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Michael Korda Offers "Alone: Britain, Churchill, and Dunkirk: Defeat Into Victory"
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On this edition of our show, we welcome the bestselling author and former editor-in-chief of Simon and Schuster, Michael Korda. He has a new book out, which he tells us about; it’s called “Alone: Britain, Churchill, and Dunkirk: Defeat Into Victory.” As was noted of this title in a starred review in Kirkus: “A swiftly […]

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American Promise, a Cross-Partisan Nonprofit Aimed at Undoing Citizens United, Opens a Tulsa Chapter
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The Citizens United ruling, surely among the most controversial U.S. Supreme Court decisions of the modern era, was a 5-4 vote in 2010 affirming that the freedom of speech prohibits the government from restricting independent political expenditures by nonprofit corporations, for-profit corporations, labor unions, and certain other groups. It’s a ruling that, interestingly, is opposed […]

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"How Your Business Can Conquer the Competition by Challenging Everything" (Encore Presentation)
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(Please Note: This interview originally aired back in June.) Our guest is Bryce Hoffman, a bestselling author, speaker, and consultant who helps companies plan better and leaders lead better by applying systems from the worlds of business and the military. He joins us to discuss his new book, “Red Teaming: How Your Business Can Conquer […]

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"How Sloppy Science Creates Worthless Cures, Crushes Hope, & Wastes Billions" (Encore Presentation)
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(Note: This interview originally aired back in June.) Our guest on this installment of StudioTulsa Medical Monday is Richard Harris, a longtime science reporter at NPR, who joins us to discuss his new book, “Rigor Mortis: How Sloppy Science Creates Worthless Cures, Crushes Hope, and Wastes Billions.” As was noted of this alarming and well-regarded […]

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A Debut Novel from Nancy Pearl, Our Longtime Book Reviewer Here on StudioTulsa
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On this edition of ST, we are pleased to welcome the noted book critic, editor, and retired librarian Nancy Pearl back to our show. A former Tulsan, she’s also the longtime book reviewer for this program, and she can be heard talking about books from time to time on NPR’s Morning Edition. Nancy has a […]

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"The Good Mood Kitchen: Simple Recipes and Nutrition Tips for Emotional Balance"
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On this installment of ST, a discussion about how what we eat affects not only our health and our mental state, but also our emotional disposition — how food affects mood, as it were. Our guest is Dr. Leslie Korn, an expert in this regard. She’s a clinician specializing in mental health nutrition and integrative […]

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Bestselling Novelist Tom Perrotta to Offer a Reading and Signing Here at TU
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On this installment of our show, an in-depth discussion with the novelist Tom Perrotta, whose books include “Election” and “Little Children” (both of which were made into well-regarded films). Perrotta has a new novel out, titled “Mrs. Fletcher,” and he tells us about it on today’s program. As was noted of this book in a […]

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The Upcoming Cadenhead-Settle Memorial Lecture Here at TU: "Russia 1917"
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This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution. What does this revolution mean to us today? How do remember it; what lessons or themes do we draw from it? And moreover, how is the revolution thought of by Russians themselves? On this edition of ST, we speak with Donald J. Raleigh, a Distinguished […]

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The Tulsa Symphony Orchestra Opens Its New Season with Brahms and Bartok
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Tomorrow night, Saturday the 16th, the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra will open its new season with a Gala Concert at the Tulsa PAC (beginning at 8pm). On the program, the “Hungarian Dances No. 1 and No. 5” by Brahms, the “Miraculous Mandarin Suite” by Bartok, and the masterful ” Piano Concerto No. 2″ by Brahms (which […]

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