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Midday with Dan Rodricks
The American Film Institute ranks him the greatest male star in cinema history. From the Maltese Falcon, to Casablanca, to the African Queen; we’ll look at the extraordinary life, and afterlife, of actor Humphrey Bogart. Our guests include Stefan Kanfer, author of "Tough without a Gun: the Life and Extraordinary Afterlife of Humphrey Bogart" and Linda DeLibero, professor of film and cultural studies at Johns Hopkins and Midday film aficionado.
Forty years ago Amtrak was created to relieve struggling freight rail services of their money-losing passenger service. Last month Amtrak reported the biggest ridership in its history. We'll look at whether increased ridership could lead to a railroad resurgence in America? Our guests are Ross Capon (Kay-pon) President and CEO of the National Association of Railroad Passengers (NARP) and Stephen Gardner, vice-president of policy and development for Amtrak.
Economist correspondent and language expert Robert Lane Green, says our reactions to other people's accents, grammar and speech patterns often reflect our own national identity, politics and social prejudices. He makes this case in his new book "You Are What You Speak: Grammar Grouches, Language Laws and the Politics of Identity."
DeWayne Wickham, nationally syndicated columnist of USA Today, visits Studio A to talk about President Obama, jobs and the wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya. Also, a look at GOP candidates and walkup to the next presidential election.
A look behind the curtain of American Idol, now in its 10th season, with Richard Rushfield of The Daily Beast and pop culture critic Sheri Parks.
The Midday Weekly News Review of some of the region's most interesting stories with the reporters who covered them.
Cindy Wolf and Tony Foreman, of award-winning Charleston and three other Baltimore restaurants, give a taste of food wine and travel from the perspective of two accomplished restaurateurs. This week – some help with throwing a dinner party.
Baltimore Sun media critic David Zurawik takes a look at news coverage of President Obama and the killing of Osama bin Laden, Fox News' connection to Republican presidential candidates and the new anchor of the CBS Evening News.
Midday on the Bay, with open phones and an invitation to WYPR listeners to share their personal encounters with nature during the Maryland spring.
Mention India today, and many of us think of engineers, high tech companies and outsourced call centers. But reporter Miranda Kennedy spent five years there -- and found that old traditions die hard. She tells us why in her new book, Sideways on a Scooter: Life and Love in India.