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Friday, May 14, 2010

We’ll look into how Europe's economic problems are creating political problems—we'll check in on the state of the euro and on Greece’s ongoing debt woes. Then, Iranian artist Shirin Neshat talks about her debut feature film “Women Without Men.” Plus Heidi Durrow discusses her novel The Girl Who Fell From the Sky. And Please Explain is all about art restoration!

We’ll look into how Europe's economic problems are creating political problems--we'll check in on the state of the euro and on Greece’s ongoing debt woes. Then, Iranian artist Shirin Neshat talks about her debut feature film “Women Without Men.” Plus Heidi Durow discusses her novel The Girl Who Fell From the Sky. And Please Explain is all about art restoration!

The Twilight Euro Zone?

What does the European Union's announcement that it will offer a trillion-dollar bailout aimed at helping Greece, Spain, and other countries with struggling economies mean for the euro and for European politics? We'll find out.

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Shirin Neshat’s “Women Without Men”

Iranian artist Shirin Neshat talks about her first feature-length film “Women Without Men.”

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The Girl Who Fell from the Sky

Heidi Durrow discusses her debut novel, The Girl Who Fell from the Sky.

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Please Explain: Art Conservation

On this week’s Please Explain we’re looking at the art and science of art conservation.

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Leonard's Questions: Shirin Neshat

Iranian artist Shirin Neshat shared her favorites with The Leonard Lopate Show.

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