Historical Sketches - Napolean's Escape From Waterloo Part 2

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This is the second episode of Napoleon's flight after the defeat at Waterloo on June 18, 1815. We follow his travel from a remote country town in Northern France up to Paris where he takes shelter in the castle beonging to his ex-wide Josephine de Beauharneais. Maybe the Paris government will re-instate him and ask him to continue the fight against the European Allied Forces, that are at the door of Paris. But this is not to be and here, in the castle of Malmaison, Napoleon and company decide to escape to the United States, which it was not to be.

Historical Sketches - Napolean's Escape From Waterloo Part 1

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We all know that Napoleon lost the battle of Waterloo. Less known is his rocanbolesque escape from the field of the lost battle to the French West Coast.

After an introduction about the series, in this episode we will follow Napoleon and his restricted court to the town of Berry-au-Bac, where momentous decisions were taken.

Fast Forward - Kim Stanley Robinson

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Please note: The YouTube link is ONLY the interview portion of the show.

In episode 289 of Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction author Kim Stanley Robinson discusses his novels 2312 and Aurora. He talks about his treatment of the themes of serious ecological problems on Earth and humanity attempting to expand across the solar system (and beyond). Mr. Robinson also talks about what his 2016 Robert A. Heinlein award means to him, and offers a brief mention of his next book, New York 2140.

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The Connie Bryan Show - Jan'20 - Deep State 911

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On this the January 2020 episode, Connie Bryan kicks off the New Year with a bang by delving into the evidence in the originally redacted "28 pages" of the Joint Congressional Committee's investigation into 9/11, finally unclassified by Obama a year before leaving office, that shows the Saudi Government financed the attacks.

In The Studio - Liberia: Today and Tomorrow

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Alex Silva-Sadder hosts Quanuquanei A. Karmue, Executive Director of Save More Kids.

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topics discussed include: how the devastation of Liberia's two civil wars has created the current demographic and economic circumstances, those circumstances, what Save More Kids does, and visions for Liberia's future.

Recorded 01/16/20.

In The Studio - Civil War through the Eyes of a Child

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Alex Silva-Sadder hosts Quanuquanei A. Karmue, Author of Witness: A Civil War through the Eyes of a Child.

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topics discussed include: the history of Liberia, the two Liberian civil wars, Quanuquanei's experiences of the war as an eight year old child, the violence and devastation wrought by the war.

Recorded 01/16/20.

The Future of Work Series at UC Davis presents "Incubators & Accelerators: Growing Innovative Ideas"

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The Future of Work Series at UC Davis presents

"Incubators & Accelerators:  Growing Innovative Ideas"

Speakers: Rao Unnava (Dean of the Graduate School of Management), Qasar Younis (former COO of Y-Combinator)

Followed by a Q & A session with students.

Hosted by Julia and Livia Morris.

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Teens on Topic #28 - Which 2020 candidates are you excited about?

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Teens on Topic #28 -   Which 2020 candidates are you excited about?

DJUSD teens interview local adults about this weeks subject, then discuss amongst themselves.

Recorded in Davis, CA in the Davis Media Access studio on December 12, 2019