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A Fond Farewell For The Voice That Welcomed Viewers To Theaters
Voiceover artist Hal Douglas died recently at age 89. Filmmaker Casimir Nozkowski discusses the life and work of the prolific speaker, who narrated thousands of movie trailers in a gravelly baritone.
Rapper, Mother, Superstar: Ana Tijoux Finds Her Words
In her latest album, French-Chilean rapper Ana Tijoux finds inspiration in the birth of her child and the complexities of womanhood. She shares her thoughts on making music that's universal.
Malaysia Flight 370 And The World's Attention
After a week spent searching for and wondering about the missing plane, author Alan Heathcock revisits the young adult novel Hatchet, and Jonathan Evison suggests Songs for the Missing.
Satellite Signals From Missing Plane Raise Questions
Conflicting information raises even more questions about the fate of the Malaysia Airlines jet that disappeared nearly a week ago with 239 people on board.
In Digestion: Mary Roach Explains What Happens To The Food We Eat
With books like Stiff and Spook, Roach has built a reputation for making unpalatable subjects entertaining. In Gulp, she tackles the human digestive system, from the mouth on down.
NBC Hostage Drama 'Crisis' Takes Viewers On A Rare TV Trip
The show's season-long crime story follows a busload of kids whose field trip gets detoured by kidnappers. Critic David Bianculli says it could wind up being just as good — and intense-- as 24.
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