Everyone who listens to 91.5 FM already knows that Sarah Jindra is the best traffic reporter in the world. Whether it's delivering the route-times in iambic pentameter or slipping in sly "I'm On A Boat" references, Jindra always gives an extra effort.
In public radio we love a good "Talk Like a..." holiday. Just take a gander at all the stories on NPR.org about Talk Like a Pirate Day. Today Chicago is holding it's first Talk Like Shakespeare Day and we are all over it.
Worldview launched a new series today called Here, There that examines how different countries deal with universal questions. Today's installment was about public transportation systems. Audio from the show and transit slideshows after the jump.
Steve Edwards spoke with Bill Ayers yesterday. It's not the first time they've spoken. We're working on getting audio up from his past appearances, but for now we have at least one previous interview about his newly re-published book, Fugitive Days, from 2001.
Twitter highlight of the weekend: Scott Smith tweets: If the NYT's Thomas Friedman, Obama adviser David Axelrod and pol fundraiser Tony Rezko were in the same room, could you tell who was who?"
Newspaper highlight of the weekend: Obama may have to go cold turkey with his Blackberry.