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Arts, Culture & Media

The culture of 9-11

The images and tales of 9/11 are absorbed into mainstream culture. Jeff Melnick, professor of American studies at Babson College has studied the process. He put some of those thoughts into a book, called 9-11 Culture. He speaks with anchor Marco Werman.

Arts, Culture & Media

Our Disappeared

Anchor Marco Werman speaks with documentary filmmaker Juan Mandelbaum about his new film, �Our Disappeared. It tells the story of his investigation into the political kidnappings and murders of many of his college friends in Buenos Aires in the 1970s.

Arts, Culture & Media

Global Hit

Two women named Lucy are in the news today. One is the schoolgirl who inspired the Beatles's song �Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds��the other a multi-million year-old skeleton. Anchor Marco Werman makes the connection.

Global Politics

Iran enters nuclear talks

Anchor Marco Werman speaks with BBC security correspondent Jonathan Marcus about the ongoing nuclear talks with Iran. There's concern that Iran may be backing away from a proposed deal to ship its enriched uranium to other countries for processing.

Global Politics

Puppetoons

Stop motion animation has been around a long time, but it goes in and out of fashion. But we want go back to the very earliest days of this animation technique. Marco Werman has the story of George Pal, a Hungarian-born pioneer of stop-motion animation.

Arts, Culture & Media

Geo answer

For today's Geo Quiz we asked where the name of a US base in Afghanistan comes from. The base is called Forward Operating Base Frontenac. Anchor Marco Werman gets the full story from military historian John Grodzinkski of Canada's Royal Military College.