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AirTalk for February 1, 2013

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Hear from a truly distinguished panel of higher educational leaders who represent the diversity of California's public higher education institutions.
Larry is joined by KPCC film critics Tim Cogshell, Henry Sheehan and Charles Solomon to review the week’s new film releases including Bullet to the Head, Girls Against Boys, Warm Bodies and more. Also Peter Rainer from the Christian Science Monitor dishes on the latest news from the Santa Barbara Film Festival. TGI-FilmWeek!
Naomi Watts The Impossible

Naomi Watts does 'The Impossible'

Naomi Watts talks with Larry about the physical and emotional demands of filming "The Impossible," the challenges portraying a real-life survivor of a tsunami and the close relationship she forged with the young actor who plays her son.

'Young Turks' recaptures L.A.'s old art scene

Starting Friday, February 8, the Downtown Independent Theatre is screening a documentary called Young Turks, which tells the story of the old arts scene.

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