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Todays' Daily Audio Program
October 31, 2014

Todays' Daily Audio Program

Sounds of All Saints' Day
A gospel song and a graveyard party: the unique sounds of New Orleans on the Day of the Dead.
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This Month's Feature Story

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This Month's Feature Stories

Creating the Impossible

There's a fairy tale which describes a cobbler who wakes up in the morning to see a rather beautiful pair of shoes appear miraculously on his bench - those elves are at it again....More

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Highlight: OFFERING THANKS

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Audio Adventures

Audio Adventures
Highlight: AUSTRALIAN CLOUD FOREST

Rare birds and frogs, a cool evening breeze, stinging trees, leeches. Its all in a day's work for climate researchers in a cloud forest. Experience a day in the life of a scientist in the Australian highlands with this immersive audio-visual adventure.
 

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