- Wednesday - May 22, 2013
- OPB News: May 22, 6:50 and 8:50 am
It's election time in Oregon. For this special election, Portlanders will decide if fluoride should be added to the city's water supply. Three rural counties vote on taxing themselves to bolster public safety. We have all the results from around the state.
- Here and Now: May 22, 9 - 10 am
We have the latest from Oklahoma as residents of Moore and surrounding communities deal with the aftermath of the devastating tornado. Also, cultural commentator Toure on the significance of Prince to Generation X.
- The Takeaway : May 22, 10 - 11 am
John Hockenberry hosts this news magazine that features unique conversations about topics of the day with newsmakers and diverse voices with significant, lively and far-from-usual
- Talk of the Nation: May 22, 11 am - 12 pm
President Obama offers aid to tornado victims. The immigration bill navigates its way through Congress. Rand Paul donates to the New Hampshire GOP. And, IRS officials testify before Congress. The political junkie dishes on all this and more.
- Think Out Loud: May 22, 12 - 1 pm
We discuss how some of the major ballot items across the Oregon fared in the May special election. Comment now on the blog and help shape the conversation.
- BBC News Hour: May 22, 1 - 2 pm
An authoritative and extended explanation of the day's lead story, compelling reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents, and probing interviews with news makers at the heart of the story.
- Q with Jian Ghomeshi: May 22, 2 - 3 pm
Many of many trades and polarizing figure, Conrad Black talks about his latest book. And, as Netflix's popularity increases and it begins producing original programming, CEO Reed Hastings reflects on the future of TV and video entertainment.
- The World: May 22, 3 - 4 pm
Many Filipino Catholics skip church to go shopping. So now the Church is following the shoppers by celebrating Mass at the mall. There's lots of room, air conditioning and convenience. But some parishioners think it's making church a little too casual.
- All Things Considered: May 22, 4 - 6:30 pm
A news show that provides the bigger picture through reports on the day's news, analysis of world events, and commentary.
- Marketplace: May 22, 6:30 - 7 pm
Klout.com is a website that measures influence based on how popular a person or business is on social media. But does that translate into profit?
- Fresh Air: May 22, 7 - 8 pm
Jennifer Gilmore discusses her semi-autobiographical novel, The Mothers, about a couple trying to adopt a baby. They give up on international adoption, and try open adoption in the US, but run into obstacles and a scam or two.
- Think Out Loud: May 22, 8 - 9 pm
A rebroadcast of today's show about how some of the major ballot items across Oregon fared in the May special election.
- Back Fence PDX Radio: May 22, 9 - 10 pm
The things God whispers to little boys are revealed to us. A woman’s obsession comes to a nail-biting climax in a pancake house. And, a man learns the truth about the shunning of less-attractive animals.
- Tell Me More: May 22, 10 - 11 pm
NBA stars spend years getting their game in top form, but off the court sometimes they don't look like champions. That's where stylist Khalilah Williams-Webb comes in. She tells Michel how she helps pro athletes step up their fashion game.
- BBC World Service: May 22, 11 pm - 3 am
A comprehensive source for news with a network of international correspondents, reporters and producers ready when news breaks anywhere, anytime.