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Wisconsin Public Radio
Conversations with Joy Cardin

 
Monday
4/28/2008
6:00 AM
 

Joy Cardin  - 080428A
After six, Joy Cardin and her guest psychologist explore John McCainís temper. "I have a temper, to state the obvious," wrote John McCain in his 2002 memoir, "which I have tried to control with varying degrees of success because it does not always serve my interest or the public's."

Guest: Aubrey Immelman, associate professor of psychology,
College of Saint Benedict and Saint Johnís University, Collegeville, MN.
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CBC.ca Homepage Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Jan. 11, 2008

Friday on The Current:

CBC Radio's Washington Correspondent Michael Colton is our Friday host this week and The Current is live from Washington D.C. amidst the frantic presidential primary season. We'll try to make sense of what the case for change really means for Democratic presidential hopefuls, and at the ways that fear over illegal immigration is shaping the fight for the Republican presidential nomination. We'll also talk to former Bush advisor David Frum, who says the Republicans may be  down but if they'd just listen to him they wouldn't be out. 

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Wisconsin Public Radio
Conversations with Joy Cardin

 
For Program On: Wednesday, January 9, 2008 at 6:00 AM
Hillary Clinton showed her emotions on the campaign trail, but does that make her weak? ... or Human? After six, Joy Cardin and her guest talk about what we expect from our leaders when they show their softer side.
Guest: Aubrey Immelman, associate professor of psychology,
College of St. Benedict and St. Johnís University, Collegeville, MN.

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