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This Is Audible, July 20, 2010 Radio/TV Program

This Is Audible, July 20, 2010

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This is Audible for Tuesday July 20, 2010. Today we’ll talk with two essayists who come from somewhat different ends of the literary spectrum – the booger jokes of Dave Barry – we’ll talk about his new collection, I’ll Mature When I’m Dead – as compared to the erudite musings of Christopher Hitchens in his new memoir, Hitch 22.

We’ll also chat with Peter Bales, a standup comedian who also has a PHD in history, and he’ll answer the burning question, How Come They Always Had Battles in National Parks?

But first, Maggie Linton has the top-ten Science downloads from Audible.com. [Broadcast Date: July 20, 2010]

Listen to:

  • I’ll Mature When I’m Dead by Dave Barry
  • Hitch 22 by Christopher Hitchens
  • How Come They Always Had Battles in National Parks? by Peter Bales
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