Alex Baptiste and Vince Presti host a packed episode of WPRB News and Culture this week! We start with a Hot Air debate on the controversial topic of drone strikes, with Brian Litchfield arguing for them, and Tobias Stoner against. Listen here:
Who won the debate? Tell us what you think right here!
Next, Monday Evenings with the Nass features interviews with Eliza Mott, who wrote an article about visiting Disneyland, and Jared Garland, who wrote one about being the third of three gay children. Listen here:
You can read Eliza Mott’s article here: Disney, Belated
You can read Jared Garland’s article here: The Source of Us
The show ends with a pilot episode of Culture Corner, where Vince talks to Sarah Hedgecock about directing the play In the Next Room. Listen here:
Keep an eye out for this week’s shows and more every Monday from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM:
- Fireside Poetry – A poetry discussion show in which the host, often with the help of a guest poet, will talk about a single poet’s work in a casual setting.
Listen to Hot Air hosted by J.M. Colon, a debate show brought to you by WPRB News & Culture in collaboration with the American Whig-Cliosophic Society. This week, we’re hosting a debate on “Who should lead America- Obama or Romney?”. Our guest debaters are Matt Saunders and Chris Costantini. Stay tuned for the complete broadcast of this week’s News program, posted here on www.wprb.com/news!
(Download: Hot Air Debate: Obama vs Romney)
Who do you think should be in the Oval Office? Which side of the debate convinces you? Vote and share your thoughts below! To vote by phone, send a text to 22333; type 124590 for Barack Obama and 124594 for Mitt Romney.
Listen to Hot Air on WPRB News and Culture, hosted by J.M. Colon. This week, we’re hosting a debate on “Should Europe Ditch the Euro?”. Stay tuned for the complete broadcast of this week’s News program, posted here:
(Download: WPRB N&C: 10/1/12)
Listen to the latest installment of Hot Air, our weekly radio debate series. Should we
support the end of social networking? Are social media good or bad or the way we relate
to each other? Mitchell Johnston thinks we should get rid of social networking, and
Matthew Saunders thinks we should hang onto it. Listen below!
Which speaker convinced you more? Vote below!
Here’s a slightly updated version of last week’s debate, which we aired again today (since we were off the
air last week). Is a belief in God necessary for the existence of morality? Max Botstein argues that it is
necessary, and Juan-Jacques Aupiais argues that there can be morality without God. Hosted by J.M. Colon.
Miss the chance to vote on the outcome last week? Here you go!
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Here’s what you missed on WPRB News and Culture: Is a conception of or a belief in God necessary
for morality? Max Botstein argues that God is necessary for a robust moral code; Juan-Jacques
counters that a morality without God is preferable, and in fact, necessary. Listen to
the latest edition of Hot Air, hosted by J.M. Colon. Don’t forget to vote!
Listen to Hot Air on WPRB News and Culture, hosted by J.M. Colon. This week, Anthony Paranzino and Amy Ellington debate whether we should intervene in the ongoing conflict in Syria. Stay tuned for the complete broadcast of this week’s News program, to be posted here on www.wprb.com/news.
In the meantime, you can vote on the outcome of this week’s debate!
Here’s today’s broadcast of WPRB News and Culture, featuring the first in our
brand new series of radio debates. This week: should we abolish the primary elections system?
Ryan Low and Brian Moore duke it out on Hot Air, hosted by J.M. Colon. Listen below!
Click here to download.
Who do you think won today’s debate on whether we should abolish the primary elections system?