The Fix Is In

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Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Barry C. Lynn explains why he thinks some of the world’s largest corporations should actually be considered modern-day monopolies. Also, Joan Rivers and filmmaker Ricki Stern discuss spending a year together, shooting a warts-and-all documentary. Then, find out how technicians turn materials at crime scenes into evidence in court. Plus, our Gurus of How-To, Al and Larry Ubell, take your calls on home repair!


Harper’s and Financial Times contributor Barry C. Lynn discussing an alarming trend: the widespread consolidation of power in nearly every imaginable sector of the American economy.

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A Piece of Work

Comedian and pop icon Joan Rivers and filmmaker Ricki Stern discuss the documentary Joan Rivers - A Piece of Work.

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Blood Secrets

Blood-spatter analyst Rod Englert talks about his methods of finding evidence at crime scenes. In Blood Secrets: Chronicles of a Crime Scene Reconstructionist, he tells the case histories of famous bloody murders and explains how criminal investigation works.

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The Gurus of How-To

Alvin and Larry Ubell, the Gurus of How-To, answer your questions about home repair. Call 212-433-9692 with your questions or leave a comment below.

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Guest Picks: Joan Rivers

Joan Rivers loves show tunes! Find out more of Joan's favorites after her hilarious appearance on The Leonard Lopate Show.


Leonard's Questions: Ricki Stern

What are some of Ricki Stern's favorite movies? Find out here!


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