Britain Demands Surrender of Iraqi Gunmen
We'll have the latest news out of Iraq, following a recent attack that killed six British soldiers and another that left several others wounded.
We speak with suspended British Labour Party official George Galloway about his contention that forged documents were used against him, leading to allegations that he took money from the now-deposed Saddam Hussein regime.
Fed to Lower Interest Rate
In an effort to spur consumer spending and jump start the economy, the Federal Reserve is expected to lower a key interest rate today, perhaps to its lowest level in 45 years.
The Leadership of Winston Churchill
We speak with Celia Sandys, granddaughter of Winston Churchill, about her new book: "We Shall Not Fail: The Inspiring Leadership of Winston Churchill."
Race and Admissions in Michigan
We follow up on the recent Supreme Court decision that upheld race-based admissions policies at the University of Michigan Law School.
Web Companies Concerned Over Computer Filtering
In another follow-up to a recent Supreme Court ruling, we examine the possible effects of the decision that requires libraries to put internet filters on their computers. We speak to the webmaster of the site AfraidtoAsk.com, a healthcare web site that shows graphic images.
Saving Paschal's Restaurant
A talk with Curt Paschal, CEO of the famous Paschal's restaurant chain in Georgia. There's a petition drive underway to try and get Clark Atlanta University to reverse its decision to convert the original Paschal's restaurant, which was frequented by Martin Luther King, Jr. and other civil rights leaders in the 1960s, into a dormitory.
Kathy Gunst's Ultimate Summer Garden Salad Vinaigrette
Summer is a time for fresh herbs and produce; Kathy Gunst has some ideas for a vinaigrette dressing to top off you perfect salad.
This program aired on June 25, 2003.
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