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This is Your Brain on Money

June 29, 2013
In Deep with Angie Coiro
Hour 2

Paul PiffMoney Brain

Paul Piff treks down from UC Berkeley to share how wealth and inequality shape behavior.

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Scientists Study the Negative Effects of Income Equality.

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The NSA's Meta Data

June 15, 2013
In Deep with Angie Coiro
Hour 1

Dave JohnsonNSARichard Eskow

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Stories from the Everyday Sexism Project

June 15, 2013
In Deep with Angie Coiro
Hour 2

Is a shout out about a women's body a compliment or objectification? Angie spends this hour talking with Laura Bates, founder of the Everyday Sexism Project, about how sexism effects women on both large and small scales. Plus, she tells us about some stories submitted to her website and how it's helped give a voice to women that they didn't have before.

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Twitter

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Political Messaging

June 8, 2013
In Deep with Angie Coiro
Hour 1

Anat ShenkerDon't Buy It

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Obama's Counter-Terrorism Speech

June 1, 2013
In Deep with Angie Coiro
Hour 1

Ray McGovernMedea BenjaminAndy Worthington

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The Promise and Perils of 3D Printing

June 1, 2013
In Deep with Angie Coiro
Hour 2

Ben Popper

3D printing seems like something from the future, but it's happening now! Peter B. spends the whole hour with The Verge's Ben Popper to discuss the what 3D printing is, how it works, what we can do with it now and what it may be used for as the technology develops even further.

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MakerBot

"How Doctors Printed My New Face"

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Apple and The I.R.S.

May 25, 2013
In Deep with Angie Coiro
Hour 1

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Bitcoin: A look at digital currency

May 25, 2013
In Deep with Angie Coiro
Hour 2

Peter B. CollinsGordon Whiting 

In Deep Executive Producer, Gordon Whiting sits down in studio with guest host Peter B. Collins to explain Bitcoin, online currency and whether or not it will become the new money. What do we gain and lose by shifting to a system like Bitcoin and does it have a chance of survival.

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The Book of Woe

May 11, 2013
In Deep with Angie Coiro
Hour 2

The American Psychiatric Association is putting out a 5th edition of the controversial DSM (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) soon, which will include 10 times the number of disorders of the original. This hour, Angie talks to Gary Greenberg, author of "The Book of Woe: The DSM and the Unmaking of Psychiatry" about the submission process for the newest DSM, its ties to insurance companies and how it can be harmful to those who are given medications using its diagnosis.

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Consumer Responsibility: Bangladesh, Texas and Workplace Safety

May 11, 2013
In Deep with Angie Coiro
Hour 1

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