Protests in Sudan could topple Bashir’s Regime; Christopher Kimball’s new book brings globally inspired meals to American tables; Science and Power Politics: Freedom’s Laboratory

In this Sunday, Dec. 23, 2018 handout image provided by a Sudanese activist, people chant slogans during a protest in Kordofan, Sudan. The protest on Sunday was the latest in a series of anti-government protests across Sudan, initially sparked by rising prices and shortages.
In this Sunday, Dec. 23, 2018 handout image provided by a Sudanese activist, people chant slogans during a protest in Kordofan, Sudan. The protest on Sunday was the latest in a series of anti-government protests across Sudan, initially sparked by rising prices and shortages. Sudanese Activist via AP / AP Photo
In this Sunday, Dec. 23, 2018 handout image provided by a Sudanese activist, people chant slogans during a protest in Kordofan, Sudan. The protest on Sunday was the latest in a series of anti-government protests across Sudan, initially sparked by rising prices and shortages.
In this Sunday, Dec. 23, 2018 handout image provided by a Sudanese activist, people chant slogans during a protest in Kordofan, Sudan. The protest on Sunday was the latest in a series of anti-government protests across Sudan, initially sparked by rising prices and shortages. Sudanese Activist via AP / AP Photo

Protests in Sudan could topple Bashir’s Regime; Christopher Kimball’s new book brings globally inspired meals to American tables; Science and Power Politics: Freedom’s Laboratory

On today’s show:

  • Protests that started in December 2018 have snowballed into countrywide agitation against Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir’s regime
  • Christopher Kimball talked with WBEZ’s Monica Eng about his new book, which brings easy meals from around the world to American homes.
  • Joining Worldview’s series on the intersection of science and power politics, Audra Wolfe discusses the ideology that science is apolitical.