Show rundown for 10/3/2008

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The House passes a historic economic rescue plan. We speak with Gail Chaddock, congressional correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor.

Wall Street's Future

Gretchen Morgenson of The New York Times joins us to talk about what Wall Street will look like going forward, as well as how the current financial meltdown is reverberating on Main Street.

Vice Presidential Debate

We speak with Liz Halloran, senior writer for U.S. News and World Report about how the candidates' performance last night will affect the race moving forward.

Costume Change

We revisit a trip we made to the Boston Ballet when it was cleaning out its closets. Tutu anyone?


We hear listeners listeners' thoughts on matters mainly financial.

Humor in Crisis

In need of a laugh when there's little to smile about? We'll speak with Bob Mankoff, cartoon editor of the New Yorker Magazine.

Seascape Revisited

For the first time American audiences can see Edward Albee's play "Seascape" the way the author intended it to be seen.

This program aired on October 3, 2008.

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