Show rundown for 1/1/2004Play
DUI Licence Plates
Starting today, drivers convicted of driving drunk will be assigned a special license plate which indicates their crime.
NAFTA Turns 10
The North American trade agreement is ten years old today. What has it meant for jobs in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico?
The president's campaign team targets small radio stations to get its message out.
The Year in Sports
We speak with Bill Littlefield of Only A Game about the year in review in sports.
And the Band Marched On
This week Here and Now featured a marching band from Londonderry New Hampshire. Today, we check in with them as they prepare to march in the Rose Bowl Parade.
Middle East Roadmap in 2003
Cameron Barr, a reporter for the Christian Science Monitor in Jerusalem, looks back at peace efforts in the Middle East in 2003
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The beef industry says its beef is safe.
The Song Remains the Same
Mezzo soprano Jan Curtis of Newton Massachusetts had a twenty year career performing around the country, but after a stroke in 1995, she was left with partial paralysis and aphasia, a severe loss of speech.
This program aired on January 1, 2004.