Worldview: For Earth Day, test your environmental knowledge, and music from The Sultan's Dilemma

April 24, 2013

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Worldview: For Earth Day, test your environmental knowledge, and music from "The Sultan's Dilemma"

Worldview presents our listeners a quiz on environmental issues, and WBEZ's Tony Sarabia brings us a live performance of new music from "The Sultan's Dilemma."

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Worldview's Environmental Quiz


Monday was Earth Day. To mark this occasion, Worldview invites our listeners to test their knowledge on everythingfrom climate change to organic baby food. Plus, Howard Learner from theEnvironmental Law and Policy Center and WBEZ environment blogger Chris Bentleystop by to chat. Call 312-923-9239 to play!

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Global Notes: Ronnie Malley scores "The Sultan's Dilemma"


Musician and composer Ronnie Malley joins us in studio to perform some of the music he has written for a new production of the play 'The Sultan’s Dilemma.'  Written by Tawfiq Al Hakim, an absurdist playwright from Egypt in the vein of Samuel Beckett, the play explores issues of power, freedom and gender. 'The Sultan's Dilemma' will be performed this weekend at the University of Chicago’s International House.