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To the Point on RADIO IQ
To The Point is a fast-paced, news-based program that focuses on the hot-button national issues of the day. Hosted by award-winning journalist Warren Olney, the hour-long show presents informative and thought-provoking discussion of major news stories -- front-page issues that attract a savvy and serious news audience.
Produced live, To The Point presents informative and thought-provoking discussion in three discrete segments: "Making News," generated by the day's breaking news headlines;"Defining the Story," a highly researched, in-depth discussion of a single subject from the front pages; and "Reporter's Notebook," a news or human interest feature. In each segment, a dynamic mix of guests cover issues ranging from politics and international affairs to technology, the arts, and the environment.
The result is an absorbing hour of smart, relevant radio!
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 3:00pm
Secretary of State Kerry is shuttling around the Middle East in the hope of negotiating a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip. We?ll hear about the challenges for international leaders as the war goes on.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014 3:00pm
Pro-Russian separatists have turned over the black boxes, and the remains of victims have been taken away on refrigerated train cars, but the lack of a smoking gun raises questions for the European Union. How deeply was Russia involved? Is it time for increased sanctions?
Monday, July 21, 2014 3:00pm
The carnage continues in Gaza, where some neighborhoods are strewn with the bodies of Palestinians, and a hospital has been shelled. We?ll get a report from the ground and get different perspectives on how long Israel?s ?Operation Protective Edge? might go on.
Friday, July 18, 2014 3:00pm
The President said it?s too early to place the blame, but the US is raising tough questions about Russia?s involvement in the Malaysian Boeing 777 shot down yesterday over Eastern Ukraine. We?ll also give an update on Israel?s invasion of Gaza.
Thursday, July 17, 2014 9:00pm
In the aftermath of the US occupation, Iraq has become a different country?with the prospect of not surviving as a country at all. Is intervention an option in a country torn by internal politics, violent religious extremism and the threat of terrorism?