The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

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The World and Everything In It hosted by WORLD Radio


8.13.20 School choices, recovery in Beirut, and John MacArthur
Aug 13 • 33 min
8.12.20 Washington Wednesday, World Tour, and urban farmers
Aug 12 • 30 min
8.11.20 Stimulus wrangling, prison pandemic, and The Olasky Interview
Aug 11 • 29 min
8.10.20 Legal Docket, Moneybeat, and History Book
Aug 10 • 33 min
Legal Docket, Episode 2: Age discrimination
Aug 8 • 33 min
Hosts Mary Reichard and Jenny Rough explore oral argument and the eventual ruling in Babb v. Wilkie, an age discrimination case the Supreme Court decided in April 2020. For the next eight weeks you’ll be hearing Legal Docket on The World and Everything in…
8.7.20 Culture Friday, Like Dandelion Dust, and Ask the Editor
Aug 7 • 32 min
8.6.20 Big city crime, telemedicine, and WORLD Watch
Aug 6 • 31 min
8.5.20 Washington Wednesday, World Tour, and a sculptor’s life
Aug 5 • 32 min
8.4.20 Cash shortages, regulating Big Tech, and Classic Book of the Month
Aug 4 • 32 min
8.3.20 Legal Docket, Moneybeat, and History Book
Aug 3 • 34 min
Legal Docket, Episode 1: Primer
Aug 1 • 23 min
Hosts and lawyers Mary Reichard and Jenny Rough take us behind the scenes of the Supreme Court as they talk with two advocates who have argued cases before the nine justices. For the next nine weeks you’ll be hearing Legal Docket on The World and…
7.31.20 Culture Friday, The Outpost, and Listener Feedback
Jul 31 • 30 min
7.30.20 Heartland pandemic, creative reopening, and Benjamin Watson
Jul 30 • 32 min
Sarah Schweinsberg reports on Heartland communities struggling with a spike in both COVID-19 cases and quarantine exhaustion; Bonnie Pritchett talks to educators and pastors about the creative ways they’re planning to regather in person amid the pandemic;…
7.29.20 Washington Wednesday, World Tour, and Mississippi’s flag
Jul 29 • 32 min
On Washington Wednesday, Mary Reichard talks to AEI’s Angela Rachidi about how effective the first COVID-19 stimulus package was helping those who needed it most; on World Tour, Africa reporter Onize Ohikere reports on international news; and Kim…
7.28.20 Oklahoma reservations, food supplies, and a life well lived
Jul 28 • 32 min
Sarah Schweinsberg reports on the recent Supreme Court decision declaring a large swath of Oklahoma to be Native American land; Mary Reichard talks to supply chain management professor Lane Cohee about why some items on grocery store shelves remain…
7.27.20 Legal Docket, Moneybeat, and History Book
Jul 27 • 33 min
7.24.20 Culture Friday, The Baby-Sitters Club, and Word Play
Jul 24 • 32 min
7.23.20 Statue time capsules, refugee resettlement, and a high seas rescue
Jul 23 • 33 min
7.22.20 Washington Wednesday, World Tour, and carousel horses
Jul 22 • 34 min
7.21.20 GOP women, COVID-19 closes churches, and fasting in Louisiana
Jul 21 • 31 min
7.20.20 Legal Docket, and remembering J.I. Packer
Jul 20 • 34 min
7.17.20 Culture Friday, Mr. Jones, and Rebecca St. James
Jul 17 • 33 min
On Culture Friday, John Stonestreet talks about the difference between religious liberty and religious power; Megan Basham reviews Mr. Jones, a film about journalism in Stalin’s Soviet Union; and Myrna Brown tells the story of Christian artist Rebecca St.…
7.16.20 Strained healthcare workers, Hagia Sophia, and funeral music
Jul 16 • 33 min
7.15.20 Washington Wednesday, World Tour, and a pastor turned CEO
Jul 15 • 33 min
7.14.20 Defunding police, COVID-19 surge, and farmer’s markets
Jul 14 • 32 min
7.13.20 Legal Docket, Moneybeat, and History Book
Jul 13 • 34 min
7.10.20 Culture Friday, Greyhound, and Ask the Editor
Jul 10 • 31 min
7.9.20 Crackdown in Hong Kong, reading trends, and The Olasky Interview
Jul 9 • 33 min
7.8.20 Washington Wednesday, World Tour, and the Family Fish House
Jul 8 • 34 min
7.7.20 Social media, summer camps, and Classic Book of the Month
Jul 7 • 33 min
7.6.20 Legal Docket, Moneybeat, and History Book
Jul 6 • 34 min
7.3.20 Washington Wednesday, Footsteps of St. Peter, and Gettysburg
Jul 3 • 32 min
7.2.20 Community policing, YouTube censorship, and a Notable Speech
Jul 2 • 33 min
7.1.20 Washington Wednesday, a win for school choice, and ballet
Jul 1 • 32 min
6.30.20 Abortion restrictions, reopening schools, and coronamoons
Jun 30 • 31 min
6.29.20 Legal Docket, Moneybeat, and History Book
Jun 29 • 33 min
6.26.20 Culture Friday, and In the Footsteps of St. Paul
Jun 26 • 31 min
6.25.20 National parks, Christian schools, and a fallen officer
Jun 25 • 34 min
6.24.20 Washington Wednesday, World Tour, and Biblical archaeology
Jun 24 • 33 min
6.23.20 DACA plans, ending the SAT, and the secret to a long marriage
Jun 23 • 33 min
6.22.20 Legal Docket, Moneybeat, and History Book
Jun 22 • 33 min
6.19.20 Culture Friday, Mr. Holmes, and Word Play
Jun 19 • 33 min
On Culture Friday, Megan Basham and Myrna Brown talk to theology professor Katie McCoy about the tension between feminists and transgender activists; Megan reviews Mr. Holmes, a 2015 film about an aged, retired Sherlock Holmes; and on Word Play, George…
6.18.20 Recovering from riots, campus police, and civics lessons
Jun 18 • 32 min
Anna Johansen reports on Chicago communities suffering from the loss of businesses destroyed by violence and looting; Laura Edghill reports on why public school districts are moving away from having a police presence on campus; and Kim Henderson talks to…
6.17.20 Washington Wednesday, World Tour, and a singing pastor
Jun 17 • 33 min
On Washington Wednesday, Nick Eicher talks to the Heritage Foundation’s John Malcolm about the Republican police reform proposal; on World Tour, Africa reporter Onize Ohikere covers international news; and Sarah Schweinsberg tells the story of the…
6.16.20 Transgender rights, voter priorities, and The Olasky Interview
Jun 16 • 31 min
Mary Reichard reports on the landmark decision on transgender employment rights handed down by the Supreme Court Monday; Sarah Schweinsberg explains why voters aren’t thinking much about healthcare reform despite the coronavirus pandemic; and in The…
6.15.20 Legal Docket, Moneybeat, and History Book
Jun 15 • 34 min
On Legal Docket, Mary Reichard details the oral arguments in a Supreme Court case involving conditions for foreign aid; on the Monday Moneybeat, Nick Eicher talks to financial analyst David Bahnsen about the latest economic news; and on History Book, Paul…
6.12.20 Culture Friday, Stargirl, and Christian artists reflect on summer jobs
Jun 12 • 34 min
On Culture Friday, John Stonestreet answers questions from this year’s class of World Journalism Students; Megan Basham reviews the new CW superhero series, Stargirl; and Myrna Brown talks to two Christian music artists about the summer jobs they had as…
6.11.20 Police reform, religious liberty overseas, and pursuing justice
Jun 11 • 33 min
Sarah Schweinsberg reports on police reforms already underway in many communities; Megan Basham talks to human rights lawyer Nina Shea about the president’s recent executive order on religious liberty; and Jenny Rough meets an attorney whose desire for…
6.10.20 Washington Wednesday, World Tour, and summer fun
Jun 10 • 33 min
On Washington Wednesday, Nick Eicher talks to the Cato Institute’s Clark Neily about legislative proposals for police reform; on World Tour, Africa reporter Onize Ohikere reports on international news; and Emily Whitten offers some suggestions for…
6.9.20 Christians march in D.C., contract tracing, and raising chickens
Jun 9 • 33 min
Mary Reichard details a Supreme Court decision in a case involving meritless lawsuits filed by prisoners; pastor Irwyn Ince explains why Christians in Washington, D.C., organized their own march to honor George Floyd and speak out against racism; Anna…