WBEZ has a history with retiring Senator Evan Bayh. Bayh had agreed to do an interview with Jerome McDonnell and Worldview back in 2004. Worldview was doing a show on military and Bayh was the head of the Senate Armed Forces Committee.
Today on Worldview, people shared their concerns and hopes for Haiti in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake that struck Port-au-Prince.‚ And political scientist Robert Maguire examined the geopolitical ramifications of the earthquake that obliterated most institutions and civil soc
There is nothing like being serenaded by an Elvis impersonator over the phone. That's what happened today on Chicago Public Radio's Worldview. It was probably a weird choice of songs, but maybe I'm just jealous. Here's the write-up from the segment and, of course, the audio:
This week on the show our focus has been on Legacies of US Empire"¦we've talked about the Philippines, Guam, American Samoa, and Puerto Rico. To listen to any part of the series that you missed,‚ you can find a podcast of the series on our Worldview website.
This week on Worldview we take a look at the history of US colonialism in our series The Legacy of American Empire. From the end of the 19th century through the early part of the 20th century, the expansion of the United States went way beyond the
Last Friday, President‚ Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize - since then a virtual hailstorm of criticism has descended on the President. Worldview interviewed a number of different political commentators, to get their take on the President's prize.