Each weekday at noon, Jerome McDonnell hosts a far-reaching global affairs program on Chicago Public Radio that considers the world at large, with an emphasis on making connections back to Chicago, either thematically or through the use of local experts on international issues. Aired since 1995, a typically atypical program is described on the web site thusly: “Hurricane Sandy has been blamed for at least 69 deaths in the Caribbean, and concerns over cholera are growing. Then, we examine the ways foreign money can creep into U.S. elections, and the greater challenge campaign cash poses to fair elections around the world.” Priceless perspective.
Worldview on WBEZ 91.5 FM
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