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Tuesday, June 02, 2009

NPR's religion correspondent Barbara Bradley Hagerty writes in her new book about the light science can shed on human spirituality. Plus, gift bag goodies as an uncommon economic indicator, and how Brian can prevent his next bike from getting stolen.

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Barbara Bradley Hagerty

Talking to the President

Michele Norris, host of NPR's All Things Considered, talks about her interview yesterday with President Obama.

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Adding Up

WNYC’s Beth Fertig talks about improvements in student math test scores.

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Unchained

In the wake of the recent theft of Brian’s bicycle, Hal Ruzal, a mechanic at Bicycle Habitat, offers tips on how to prevent bike robbers from nabbing your wheels.

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Spiritual Evidence

Barbara Bradley Hagerty, NPR's religion correspondent and the author of Fingerprints of God: The Search for the Science of Spirituality, talks about what science has learned about spirituality.

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YUEI: Video Contest!

Nick Leighton of plumtv.com, talks about the Uncommon Economic Indicator he spotted--less swag in the party bags. We'll talk about Nick's video and the new Uncommon Economic Indicator Video Contest. Finalists will be screened in the Green Space and the winning video will be screened with Rooftop ...

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Sequels

We check back in with two guests from last week. David Stott, New York producer, talks about how the local teams did in the 48 Hour Film Project. And Clive Priddle, vice president of PublicAffairs Books, discusses the collaborative publishing project Book: The Sequel.

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