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Caption: Staten Island 2011
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This Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award winning series includes reports told by Staten Island Radio Rookies on everything from surviving Facebook drama to life in the foster care system to coming out as gay in the age of Lady Gaga.

  • From: Radio Rookies
  • Updated: Mar 15, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:12
Caption: This estimate includes those typically not counted by CDC estimates, e.g., the incarcerated, active duty military, homeless., Credit: Jake Harper
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Hepatitis C infects an estimated five million Americans, though most of them don’t know it. Now, deaths from hepatitis C are on the rise in baby boomers. And new infections are creeping up among a younger generation of injection drug users. But there's new hope. Less than a year ago, their only options for treatment were complicated regimens of injections that caused major side effects and didn’t always lead to a cure. Today, new drugs can cure the disease, with few side effects. It's what many people living with hepatitis C have been waiting for. The trouble is, the drugs are so expensive they're out of reach for many. So where do we go from here?

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In a three–part series we will examine the death penalty in Washington.

  • From: KUOW
  • Updated: Dec 16, 2008
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:12
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Taylor Burns and Ricky Young of The Wild Feathers discuss the writing and recording of their excellent self-titled debut album.

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The Northwest Minnesota Arts Council (NWMAC) serves a seven county are in the northwest region of the Gopher State. The NWMAC Corner features and highlights the services and support given to regional artists by the NWMAC.

  • From: KSRQ
  • Updated: Oct 30, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:11
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What follows is a curated selection of sound bites from John McCain addressing health care. More cuts will be added as they become available.

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The 2012 Radio Rookies Manhattan broadcast workshop was held in partnership with the McBurney YMCA on 14th Street in Manhattan. The Rookies' stories explore topics ranging from the immigration experience, to living with sickle cell disease, to the sexual harassment of teen girls on social media sites.

  • From: Radio Rookies
  • Updated: Jan 16, 2013
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:11
Caption: Metal worker, Peru, Credit: Santiago Bustamante Mujica
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WORKING is a series of intimate, sound-rich profiles of workers in the global economy. It was broadcast as a special monthly feature on Marketplace Radio between 2007 and 2009. WORKING won the 2008 Sigma Delta Chi Award for Radio Feature Reporting from the Society of Professional Journalists.

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What follows is a curated selection of sound bites from John McCain addressing environmental issues. This is an evolving collection, more cuts will come as they become available.

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Gardening, Photography, and how we interact with our environment

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The Islamic holiday of Ramadan in music, poetry and teaching

  • From: Russ Jennings
  • Updated: Sep 22, 2005
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:08
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49 Pieces

Short drop-in content about this date in broadcast history. 365 episodes available.

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Portraits of some of America’s most original presidential candidates.

  • From: Radio Diaries
  • Updated: Oct 17, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:08
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A series of reports from a high school in Brooklyn where educators and counselors work with students at risk of dropping out. We hear directly from students, teachers and others on the front line of dropout prevention.

  • From: WNYC
  • Updated: Mar 11, 2014
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:07
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Audio adventures of the Wandering Jew.

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A look at immigration issues from a youth perspective

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A serialized novella about a Contract Killer who doesn't kill is running bi-weekly in Encore Magazine in 2013.

  • From: Gwen yfar
  • Updated: Apr 12, 2013
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:07
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Billy Taylor and Frank Wess talk about jazz in Washington, DC

  • From: ARTSEDGE
  • Updated: Aug 14, 2007
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:06
Caption: The Troll of Stony Brook, Credit: Artwork: Simon Adams
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A teenage boy's life is changed forever when his car strikes a magical creature after a party.

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Documentary series on the impact of NCLB and high stakes testing at one high school

  • From: WUNC
  • Updated: Jan 20, 2008
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:06
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The Wizard of Oz, through the eyes of the Tin Man.

  • From: Matthew Sahr
  • Updated: Apr 10, 2006
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:05
Caption: State of Opportunity from Michigan Radio
60 Pieces

What can be done to break the cycle of poverty and improve opportunities for the most disadvantaged children?

Caption: The St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in the heart of Chippewa City, Credit: Cook County Historical Society
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A monthly series of 5 to 10 minute features told through the words and stories of the people who lived in Chippewa City, a native village outside of Grand Marais on Minnesota's North Shore.

  • From: WTIP
  • Updated: Mar 05, 2011
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:04
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A look at the history of public art in Seattle and King County, WA.

  • From: KUOW
  • Updated: May 07, 2006
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:04
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A two-part investigation into the state of assisted-living in Florida. Assisted-living facilities (or ALFs) house two of the state's most vulnerable populations: the elderly and the mentally ill. Florida was among the first states to regulate the ALF industry and to introduce a Residents' Bill of Rights. Now, with almost 3,000 homes in the state and tens of thousands of people living in assisted-living, a year-long investigation by the Miami Herald and WLRN has turned up at least 70 questionable deaths due to caretaker negligence in facilities that primarily care for the elderly. And our investigation found a litany of problems with facilities that cater to the mentally ill. Day One, "The Death of Aurora Navas," focuses on the questionable deaths. Day Two, "The Accidental Life of Cannon Point," focuses on the challenges faced by facilities that care for people with mental illness.

  • From: Kenny Malone
  • Updated: Oct 27, 2011
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:03
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This November Colorado will vote on Amendment 64. If passed, Amendment 64 would legalize marijuana like alcohol.

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Squirrels Stories is the place for the things that are difficult to talk about.

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An in-depth journey through the video game development process

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A series of short features looking at the broad range of issues facing one of the world's largest resources: Lake Superior.

  • From: WTIP
  • Updated: Oct 12, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 06:57
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Gangs in the City takes place on the streets of Memphis. Meet former gang members who work to stop the violence, a minister who works day and night to intervention in gang activities, a former Traveling Vice Lord who's "taking a break," an English teacher who's dedicated the past 25 years to Knight Life, and the assistant mayor of Los Angeles - who talks about how Los Angeles is working to stop the violence and build community.