All Things Considered

Weekday Evenings 2-3, 3:30 - 5:30, & 6-7
Robert Siegel, Melissa Block, Audie Cornish
Jackie Fortier

Breaking news mixed with compelling analysis, insightful commentaries, interviews, and special -- sometimes quirky -- features.




Fri February 25, 2011
Monkey See

'Shenanigans Are What He Does': Is Banksy Gunning For An Oscar?

Originally published on Wed May 23, 2012 10:20 am

The elusive artist Banksy became well known for creating street art around the world as documented in his film, Exit Through the Gift Shop. It's one of five films nominated in the Best Documentary Feature category for Sunday's Academy Awards.

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Fri February 25, 2011
Colorado Inside Out

How Census Data will Affect Colorado

This week's host Patricia Calhoun
Colorado Public Television

Data from the 2010 Census released this week, showed some big changes in Colorado.  It’s one of the topics our media partners at Colorado Public Television and Colorado Inside Out are discussing. Here’s host Patricia Calhoun.


Fri February 25, 2011
Three Books...

T.C. Boyle's Beastly Books To Topple The Food Chain

My great passion is for nature books, books about animals, their habits and habitats. Lately, that passion — which is no way misanthropic, or, well, only partly so — has focused on books about animals eating people, rather than vice versa.

The Devil's Teeth: A True Story Of Obsession And Survival Among America's Great White Sharks

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Thu February 24, 2011

Analysts Say A Government Shutdown Is No Joke

In nine days, the federal government could shut down unless Democrats and Republicans can reach an agreement on a spending bill for the rest of the year.

Time is running out in this high-stakes budget showdown.

In private, talks continue on a possible compromise, but in public, the two parties are squaring off, trying to make sure that if there is a shutdown, the other side gets the blame.

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Thu February 24, 2011

Lawmakers to Debate Warnings on Security Scanners

Full Body Airport Scanner
Creative Commons

The State Senate could take up a bill as early as Friday that aims to give the public more information about security scanners, including the new full body scanners at many airports like Denver International Airport.

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