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Broadcast Schedule
All broadcasts are on news and information stations, unless noted otherwise.

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Monday, May 16, 2005
4:00 amMorning Edition®
Globalization features from MPR and the Public Radio Collaboration; including Marketplace Morning Report® features, and the MPR story Aveda goes global.
9:00 amMidmorning
Local call-in program on globalization topics.
12:00 pmAmerican RadioWorks® Documentary: Global 3.0
Robert Krulwich and Chris Farrell show how the high-speed movement of goods, people, capital and ideas transform everyday life at home and abroad.
2:00 pmTalk of the Nation®
National call-in program on globalization topics.
3:00 pmAll Things Considered®
Globalization features and commentaries from MPR and the Public Radio Collaboration, including the MPR feature Minnesota group puts human face on globalization.
6:30 pmMarketplace
Marketplace examines how countries around the world have been adopting American business practices, often with surprising results.
7:00 pmThe World®
First of five special features about how people in diverse parts of the world view globalization as a force in their lives.
7:00 pmMusic@Menlo®
First of a four-part series featuring music and interviews with international performers about the cross-border character of classical music. Tonight's focus: the music of Italy. (On Classical Music stations.)
9:00 pmAmerican RadioWorks® Documentary: Global 3.0
Robert Krulwich and Chris Farrell show how the high-speed movement of goods, people, capital and ideas transform everyday life at home and abroad.

Tuesday, May 17, 2005
4:00 amMorning Edition®
Globalization features from MPR and the Public Radio Collaboration; including Marketplace Morning Report® features, and the MPR story Common Hope counters globalization's corrosive effects.
9:00 amMidmorning
Local call-in program on globalization topics.
11:00 amMidday
MPR's Chris Farrell and Russell Roberts, an economics professor at George Mason University and author of 'The Choice: A Fable of Free Trade and Protectionism,' will discuss the notion of "buying local" and take questions from callers.
12:00 pmAmerican RadioWorks® Documentary: The Cost of Corruption
Michael Montgomery and Deborah Amos take a look at how transnational institutions are dealing with corruption in a hyper-competitive global marketplace.
2:00 pmBroadcast Journalist Series
Thomas Friedman discusses globalization, and his latest book, 'The World is Flat: A Brief History of the 21st Century,' (Recorded live Apr. 28).
3:00 pmAll Things Considered®
Globalization features and commentaries from MPR and the Public Radio Collaboration, including the MPR feature Small Twin Cities businesses unite in 'buy local' movement and The Walker redefines the art 'world'.
6:30 pmMarketplace
Marketplace examines how countries around the world have been adopting American business practices, often with surprising results.
7:00 pmThe World®
Second of five special features about how people in diverse parts of the world view globalization as a force in their lives.
7:00 pmMusic@Menlo®
Second of a four-part series featuring music and interviews with international performers about the cross-border character of classical music. Tonight's focus: the music of France. (On Classical Music stations.)
9:00 pmAmerican RadioWorks® Documentary: The Cost of Corruption
Michael Montgomery and Deborah Amos take a look at how transnational institutions are dealing with corruption in a hyper-competitive global marketplace.

Wednesday, May 18, 2005
4:00 amMorning Edition®
Globalization features from MPR and the Collaboration; including Marketplace Morning Report® features.
9:00 amMidmorning
Local call-in program on globalization.
12:00 pmKQED Documentary: Security Check: Confronting Today's Global Threats
Hosted by David Brancaccio.
2:00 pmTalk of the Nation®
National call-in program on globalization.
3:00 pmAll Things Considered®
Globalization features and commentaries from MPR and the Public Radio Collaboration, including the MPR features School lunch goes global in St. Paul and Oromo immigrants strive to be heard.
6:30 pmMarketplace
Marketplace features on globalization.
7:00 pmThe World®
Third of five special features about how people in diverse parts of the world view globalization as a force in their lives.
7:00 pmMusic@Menlo®
Third of a four-part series featuring music and interviews with international performers about the cross-border character of classical music. Tonight's focus: Eastern European music. (On Classical Music stations.)
9:00 pmKQED Documentary: Security Check: Confronting Today's Global Threats
Hosted by David Brancaccio.

Thursday, May 19, 2005
4:00 amMorning Edition®
Globalization features from MPR and the Collaboration; including Marketplace Morning Report® features, including the MPR feature Minnesota iron goes global.
9:00 amMidmorning
Local call-in program on globalization.
11:00 amMidday
Globalization affects Minnesota in myriad ways—from lumber to iron, charities to the arts. Listen to a series of reports about Minnesota's role on the world stage.
12:00 pmHomelands Productions: Worlds of Difference: Finding a Niche
People facing critical decisions about who they are and who they want to be, hosted by Maria Hinojosa.
2:00 pmBBC Documentary Part I—China's World: Competing for Commerce
A look at the impact of China on three of its competitors: Romania, France and India. Hosted by Lisa Mullins.
3:00 pmAll Things Considered®
Globalization features and commentaries from MPR and the Public Radio Collaboration, including the MPR feature Selling wood to the world.
6:30 pmMarketplace
Marketplace features on globalization.
7:00 pmThe World®
Fourth of five special features about how people in diverse parts of the world view globalization as a force in their lives.
7:00 pmMusic@Menlo®
Final installment of a four-part series featuring music and interviews with international performers about the cross-border character of classical music. Tonight's focus: the music of Russia. (On Classical Music stations.)
9:00 pmBBC Documentary Part II—China's World: Partnering with the Giant
An in-depth look at how two very different countries—Kazakhstan and Argentina—are tapping China's economic and political strength in their own quest for economic development. Hosted by Lisa Mullins.

Friday, May 20, 2005
4:00 amMorning Edition®
Globalization features from MPR and the Collaboration; including Marketplace Morning Report® features, including the MPR feature One world, two companies.
9:00 amMidmorning
Local call-in program on globalization.
12:00 pmWNYC Documentary—Feet in Two Worlds: Immigrants in a Global City
A journey through New York's immigrant neighborhoods, hosted by Frank McCourt.
1:00 pmTalk of the Nation: Science Friday®
Hosted by Ira Flatow.
2:00 pmJustice Talking and Radio Netherlands: And Justice for Some
The U.S. Battle with the International Criminal Court.
3:00 pmAll Things Considered®
Globalization features and commentaries from MPR and the Public Radio Collaboration, including the MPR feature Tracking livestock to prevent disease.
6:30 pmMarketplace
Marketplace features on globalization.
7:00 pmThe World®
Final special feature about how people in diverse parts of the world view globalization as a force in their lives.
9:00 pmWNYC Documentary—Feet in Two Worlds: Immigrants in a Global City
A journey through New York's immigrant neighborhoods, hosted by Frank McCourt.

Saturday, May 21, 2005
10:00 amSound Money®
11:00 amWeekend America®
Hosts Bill Radke and Barbara Bogaev look at things native to the United States that only caught on when they were exported.
1:00 pmBBC Talking Point: Global Call-in
BBC, WBUR, and KPCC host a listener-driven conversation spanning five continents, the global call-in, 'For Richer or Poorer?' (Also available on MPR's live stream.)
4:00 pmAll Things Considered®
Globalization features and commentaries from MPR and the Public Radio Collaboration.
7:00 pmWorld Café®: Connecting Cultures Through Song
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma and singer Angelique Kidjo discuss their work building cultural bridges through music, hosted by David Dye.

Sunday, May 22, 2005
10:00 amSpeaking of Faith®: Globalization and the Rise of Religion
Experts once predicted that as the world grew more modern, religion would decline. Precisely the opposite has proven true; religious movements are surging and driving "alternative globalizations" across the world. Host Krista Tippett speaks with two experts on the subject and explores why religion of all kinds is shaping the global economy and political order.
2:00 pmStudio 360
A fast-moving, topical section of stories about the arts and culture from around the country and around the world, hosted by Kurt Andersen.
3:00 pmOn the Media®
Hosted by Brooke Gladstone and Bob Garfield.
6:00 pmWAMU Panel Discussion: Globalization and Poverty
Does the current global economic system really benefit the world's poor? Hosted by WAMU's Kojo Nnamdi and America Abroad Media's Garrick Utley. (Recorded live May 9).
9:00 pmSpeaking of Faith®: Globalization and the Rise of Religion
Experts once predicted that as the world grew more modern, religion would decline. Precisely the opposite has proven true; religious movements are surging and driving "alternative globalizations" across the world. Host Krista Tippett speaks with two experts on the subject and explores why religion of all kinds is shaping the global economy and political order.
9:00 pmPipedreams®: Organbuilding Beyond Borders
Today's "world culture" is nothing new to the pipe organ, which has been importing and integrating international influences for centuries. (On Classical Music stations.)