Show rundown for 4/28/2006

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Washington Wrap

Immigration, lobbying reform, gas prices — Congress has a lot before them. Will they act? Gail Chaddock of the Christian Science Monitor is our guest.

Genocide Now and Then

Rosian Zerner, who survived the Holocaust, and Chan Rogers, who helped liberate the camp at Dachau, comment on the need to remind people about the Holocaust in order to prevent it from happening again — this time in Darfur.

Iran "Won't Give a Damn"

Is there a solution to the stand-off between the U.S. and Iran? We're joined by Abbas Malekian and Matthew Bunn to talk about their proposal to end the conflict.

Unconscious Plagarism?

The publisher recalls the debut novel of Harvard undergraduate Kaavya Viswanathan. Linguist Goeffrey Pullum comments.

Opera: Sewing to the Top

She used to sew the buttons on costumes for singers, but she's now on her way to becoming a diva herself. We meet the singer Barbara Quintiliani.

This program aired on April 28, 2006.


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