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The man behind some of your favorite NPR theme songs has released his first and possibly last album.  BJ Leiderman talks with Todd Steed about his lively new record, his own secret Watergate tapes, and his streaking past. 

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This spring, Beverly Davenport became the eighth chancellor of the University of Tennessee Knoxville. Davenport, the university's first female chancellor, comes to the school at a time of political polarization and diverging views about freedom of speech, academic freedom, sexual assault, infrastructure and other campus concerns. In her first interview for WUOT, Davenport spoke to Victor Agreda about the road ahead and her plans for the university.

Homemade Sound

May 8, 2017

On the latest Flipside, George Middlebrooks shares some of his favorite songs recorded in various homes. 

Diane Fox

Diane Fox, senior lecturer and director of exhibits at the College of Architecture and Design, has been chosen to exhibit at Palais de Tokyo in Paris, one of the largest museums in Europe devoted to contemporary and modern art.  

Diane Fox sits down with Todd Steed to discuss the impact of this honor and 'UnNatural History', her long-running series. 

SCOTUS Cases Could Affect Tennessee

May 4, 2017

The United States Supreme Court now has a full nine members, and some upcoming cases could have an impact on Tennessee laws and future legislation, either directly or indirectly. WUOT's Victor Agreda spoke to Dr. Richard Pacelle of the University of Tennessee about what cases are coming up and how we could see changes in state law.

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