Show rundown for 4/25/2008

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Rev. Wright

Barack Obama's pastor, the Reverend Jeremiah Wright, is breaking his silence over his controversial sermons and his ties to the Democratic presidential hopeful. We speak with John Harwood, chief Washington correspondent for CNBC and political writer for The New York Times.

"Second Skin"

The new documentary looks at those who play online games such as "World of Warcraft," "Everquest" and "Second Life."

Measuring the Economy

Author Kevin Phillips say the economy is worse than the numbers say it is.

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Atheist Rocker

Harvard University's Humanist Chaplaincy will present Bad Religion lead singer, Greg Graffin with a Lifetime Achievement Award in Cultural Humanism tomorrow. Some music critics say Bad Religion invented punk. The band formed in 1980 when the founders were still in high school, and their hard driving and intelligent songs have always focused on social ills, politics, and often question religion.

This program aired on April 25, 2008.

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