Rod Serling Video Festival 2014
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Picasso, Nazis And A Daring Escape In 'My Grandfather's Gallery'
As a little girl, Anne Sinclair knew Pablo Picasso. She talks with NPR's Scott Simon about why she didn't want the master to paint her picture, and her new memoir, My Grandfather's Gallery.
The Turmoil In Scotland, Expressed By Its Poets
Scotland has a proud national tradition of poetry. Days after a historic referendum on independence, we look at how poems by Scottish writers can help us better understand this moment.
The Odor Of Political Attraction
Ooh, you smell so good ... and we're both members of the Whig party, too! Turns out there's scientific evidence that people who share political beliefs are attracted to each other's body odor.
Workers Hand Out Soap And Advice As Sierra Leone Locks Down
Under the country's three-day experiment to control the deadly Ebola virus, people must stay home while health care teams go door-to-door to spread the word on prevention.
A Man Who Knew The Value Of The Human Voice
David Candow, known around NPR as "The Host Whisperer," has died. He was a great teacher, not only instructing us about the craft of radio news but reminding why the craft is important.
Over Spain's Objections, Catalonia Plans Referendum On Independence
Now that Scotland has voted to stay in the U.K., attention is turning to another separatist movement. Emboldened by the peaceful Scottish referendum, Catalans are planning a vote in November.
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