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New Mexico People Places and Ideas
29 minutes | Sep 8, 2011
New Mexico People Places Ideas 09/09/11
Guest: Author Jim Kristofic
28 minutes | Aug 11, 2011
Early Childhood Programs
Stephen Spitz sits down with one of the leading authorities in the U.S., Dr. M. Rebecca Kilburn, director of Child Policy for the Rand Corporation, and asks whether such huge expenditure in early childhood programs makes scientific and economic sense. The discussion will focus on research into the effectiveness of early childhood programs.
29 minutes | Jun 9, 2011
New Mexico People Places & Ideas
Both President Obama and Education Secretary Arne Duncan say that the biggest and best change we can make to education is to provide all children with access to universal pre-kindergarten (UPK). One of the most intensive, comprehensive UPK programs in the country is being carried out right here in New Mexico by St. Joseph Community Health.
29 minutes | May 12, 2011
A Very Short Course on the Evolution of Western Science
New Mexico's climate has pulled in many amazing transplants such as our guest this month, Dr. Laurence H. Lattman who will sketch for us the development of Western science.
29 minutes | Apr 7, 2011
Dr. Paul Cochran--- Obama Health Care Legislative
29 minutes | Mar 10, 2011
UNM Law School
Professors Fred Hart and Margaret Montoya discuss the new book "60 for 60" and the history of the UNM Law School.
29 minutes | Dec 9, 2010
Dr. Spencer Lukas
History of Dinosaurs
29 minutes | Aug 12, 2010
From Albuquerque Tribune to White House Photographer
Picture in your mind President George W. Bush, bullhorn in hand, with a group of firemen crowed around him at Ground Zero. Or picture the former President wearing a cowboy hat and driving his truck at his Crawford, Texas ranch. These mental images come from actual photographs taken by today's guest, White House photographer Eric Draper.
29 minutes | Jul 8, 2010
Should nuclear power be part of our response to climate change?
Last month we looked at green energy, specifically wind and solar, which will likely meet only a small fraction of our energy needs for the foreseeable future. In consequence, President Obama has proposed that nuclear power play an increasing role if we are to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels.
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