Show rundown for 7/28/2005

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Fatwa Forbids Terrorism

American Islamic scholars issued a ruling, called a Fatwa, forbidding Muslims from involvement in terrorist attacks.

IRA Disarmament

Today, the IRA announced its plans to end its violent efforts in favor of politics.


Pat Duggins, new director of NPR member station WMFE in Florida, discusses the space shuttle Discovery and NASA.

Malaria in Africa

Doctor Kenneth Arrow discusses the possibility of making a new anti-malaria drug available to Africa, where an estimated one million people die a year from the disease.

Minorities in the Majors

What attracts fans to a ball game? Jonathan Mahler discusses the attraction of fans to Latino players on the New York Mets.

Whatever Happened to Niven Miller?

Here and Now producer Stefano Kotsonis searched far and wide for one of the most prolific radio hosts of the 60s, Niven Miller.

This program aired on July 28, 2005.

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Robin Young Co-Host, Here & Now
Robin Young brings more than 25 years of broadcast experience to her role as host of Here & Now.



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