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'Like An Avalanche': Otis Redding's Unstoppable Crossover
"He had an underground kind of appeal that built on itself," says author Mark Ribowsky, whose book Dreams to Remember traces Redding's unlikely pivot into national stardom.
Newly Re-Elected, FIFA's Sepp Blatter Denies Ties To Corruption
At a press conference Saturday, newly re-elected FIFA president Sepp Blatter was defiant, insisting he had nothing to fear from the ongoing investigation. NPR's Scott Simon talks with AP's Rob Harris.
Fresh Air Weekend: David Oyelowo, Highlights (And Lowlights) Of Cannes
British-born Nigerian actor David Oyelowo talks about playing an American veteran in Nightingale. John Powers returns from the French film festival to discuss this year's new international films.
An Epic Art Tale: Commissioned By Hitler, Recovered By German Police
Dutch art detective Arthur Brand helped recover the pieces — including two bronze horses that used to stand outside the Reich Chancellery and which were thought to have been destroyed in the war.
Bringing Tales Of WWII To American Radios And Bookshelves
Bill Shirer brought stories of war in Europe into American homes. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Ken Cuthbertson about his new book, A Complex Fate: William L. Shirer and the American Century.
The Secret Of The Syrinx: Why Birdsongs Sound Like They Do
Birds can sound like sump-pumps, outboard motors or crazed squirrels, but of course their songs can also be sublime. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Ray Brown from the show Talkin' Birds.
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