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Friday, March 05, 2010

On today’s show, we’re starting off with Please Explain, which is all about the most ubiquitous of substances—dust. We’ll find out what it’s made of, where it comes from, and whether there’s anything to do to eliminate it. Then, in our second hour, we’re celebrating Leonard’s 25 years on WNYC, looking at the highs—and some lows—of his quarter-century on the air.

Leonard Lopate has been with WNYC for 25 years! You’re invited to celebrate his anniversary at a star-studded roast on March 25th! Find out more and buy tickets here!

Please Explain: Dust

Dust is everywhere: under our beds, on our computer screens, in cracks in the sidewalk, and on our skin. Particles from the Sahara can be found as far away as the Caribbean, and dust from melting glaciers can impact the Earth’s climate. On this week’s edition of ...

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WNYC Staff Members on Leonard's 25th Anniversary at WNYC

Brian Lehrer, Bob Hennelly, and Karen Frillman congratulate Leonard on his 25 years at the station. Find out more about Leonard's 25th anniversary here.

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Leonard Lopate: 25 Live on WNYC!

We’ll celebrate Leonard Lopate’s 25 years on WNYC by revisiting some of the show’s most memorable moments. On the Media’s Brooke Gladstone takes us through interviews with Henry Kissinger, Barack Obama, Carol Channing, and many more (including one with the inventor of the female condom). Plus, a James ...

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Soundcheck on Leonard's 25th Anniversary at WNYC

John Schaefer and the staff of Soundcheck, congratulate Leonard on his 25 years at WNYC. Find out more about Leonard's 25th anniversary here.


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