All Things Considered

Weekday Evenings 2-3, 3:30 - 5:30, & 6-7
Robert Siegel, Melissa Block, Audie Cornish
Jackie Fortier

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6:53pm

Sat April 2, 2011
Music Interviews

Vittorio Grigolo: A Rising Tenor Takes His Time

Vittorio Grigolo is a man in demand. From the Met to La Scala, the finest opera houses around the world clamor to have his voice resound through their halls, and he's one of the handful of rising tenors to have been touted as "the next Pavarotti."

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3:00pm

Sat April 2, 2011
Africa

Massacre Uncovered In Western Ivory Coast

The International Committee of the Red Cross reports that 800 bodies have been found in the western Ivory Coast town of Duekoue. Host Guy Raz talks with the BBC's John James about how the massacre fits into the post-election tension and fighting in the country.

3:00pm

Sat April 2, 2011
Afghanistan

Afghans Demonstrate Against Quran Burning

Nine people were killed in Afghanistan on Saturday following a second day of protests across the country. Demonstrators are angry over the burning of a Quran by a small Christian movement in Florida. Host Guy Raz talks to NPR's Quil Lawrence in Kabul.

3:00pm

Sat April 2, 2011
Analysis

Professor: In Libya, A Civil War, Not Uprising

Every day we hear reports of rebel advances and retreats in Libya-- but who, exactly, is behind the fighting? Host Guy Raz speaks to Trinity College International Studies professor Vijay Prashad about the true identity of the Libyan rebels.

3:00pm

Sat April 2, 2011
Analysis

Week In News: Quran Burning Enrages Afghans

Residents of the northern Afghan city of Mazar-i-Sharif stormed into a United Nations compound Friday to protest a Florida preacher's burning of the Quran. Host Guy Raz speaks with James Fallows of The Atlantic about how that event may prove to be a sea change in the U.N.'s involvement in Afghanistan.

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