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Marilyn Kallet talks to Changing Course about Poetry Spring. 

Banjo+Banjo= Golf?

Feb 4, 2016

Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn discuss their new Grammy nominated recording, banjos, and their son's obession with golf. 

Three years ago, an edition of Dialogue focused on the Affordable Care Act and its effects in Tennessee. Much of what the panel discussed that day in 2013 was speculative, because many of the ACA’s provisions hadn’t taken effect.

Now, consumers, doctors, hospitals and insurers are dealing with the effects – both good and bad – of the controversial law known as “Obamacare.” In this edition of Dialogue, we re-visit the ACA, health insurance and more.

Courtney Woodard and Jasmeen Neptune work as peer advisors in The Programs Abroad Office.  Here they discuss the benefits of studying abroad and the Study Abroad Fair.

Library of Congress

Nearly a century ago, when medical science was in its relative Bronze Age, a severe strain of influenza spread around the world. The flu of 1918 killed between 50 and 100 million people. Today, many people think of the flu as a routine illness. But the flu strains of today are the genetic descendants of the 1918 flu. Dr.

An Interview With KSO Guest Conductor Aram Demirjian

Jan 22, 2016

Afternoon Concert host Whitney Dodds talks with Aram Demirjian, guest conductor of the Knoxville Symphony, and one of the candidates for the music director position with the ensemble.   

OKRoads.com

John Baker knows a thing or two about how dangerous it can be to drive on Alcoa Highway. He lives just off the four-lane road in south Knoxville.

“Depending on the time of day, it’s sometimes a kind of scary thing to pull out onto Alcoa Highway,” he says. “It is definitely sort of a hold-your-breath-and-punch-it kind of deal.”

Baker’s car is one of the estimated 47,000 vehicles Alcoa Highway handles every day. State transportation officials say they want to make the route connecting Knoxville and Maryville safer. They also say it will cost a lot of money.

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Just before lunchtime Monday, Knox County School Superintendent Jim McIntyre announced his resignation, which will take effect in July.

MIT's Jim Walsh discusses international security concerns for the coming year. 

The decorations have been put away. The nights are long, and spring seems like a long way away. Now is a great time to chase away the winter blues with some good science books!

No, not those dense science textbooks from your school days. Books that bring the stories of science to life. As we close out 2015, Method host Brandon Hollingsworth and two previous guests suggest some great additions to your winter reading list.

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