Recently on Take Two
Take Two will discuss Guantanamo abuse including force feeding. We will also look at a new report showing California as the top target in the United States for cybercrime. Also, recycling gray water is one way Californians may be able to deal with drought. And it's Thursday, so we'll have State of Affairs, a look at government in California.
Today on the show, we'll take a look at the continued protests in Venezuela. Then, the challenges in translating "Breaking Bad" for a Spanish-language audience. Plus, UC Berkeley hires its first Wikipedian in residence, Cal Poly reacts to its unexpected win, and much more.
On Tuesday Take Two talks about a controversial proposal to bring back affirmative action. We'll also talk about a survey conducted by a KPCC reporter about how many LA schools offer arts education. In light of Vladimir Putin's claim to Crimea, we discuss what it would mean if that region became a part of Russia. And it's Tuesday Reviewsday, so we'll look at new music.
KPCC's Take Two discusses Monday what we do know about the missing Malaysia flight. We also find out about earthquake science in light of Monday's "Shamrock Shake." Also, the GOP convention highlights two contrasting candidates. We look at LA Fashion Week and March Madness, as well as new films "Divergent" and "Veronica Mars."
Today on the show, we'll start with a look at President Obama's review of U.S. deportation practices. Then, Hollywood Reporter music editor Shirley Halperin wraps up the SXSW festival for us. Plus, filmmakers of 'Better Living Through Chemistry' talk about the film, CVS us under fire for missing painkiller prescriptions, Sierra Madre's giant wisteria trees and much more.
Today on the show, we'll start with a look at the FTC investigation into Herbalife. Then, is El Mayo the likely successor of the Sinaloa Cartel in El Chapo's absence? Plus, the Las Fotos Project teaches girls to document their lives through photography, Chilean-French rapper Ana Tijoux joins us from SXSW, the popularity of Pope Francis spurs increased interest in St. Francis, and much more.