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John Lamb (5/20/14)

John Lamb (5/20/14)

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"All Ye Need To Know"

Brent James (3/18/14)

Brent James (3/18/14)

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"We Measure Our Success in Lives: Health versus Health Care"

R. Albert Mohler, Jr. (2/25/14)

R. Albert Mohler, Jr. (2/25/14)

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Strengthen the Things That Remain: Defending Human Dignity, Human Rights, and Human Flourishing in a Dangerous Age

Andrea Thomas (1/28/14)

Andrea Thomas (1/28/14)

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Make a Difference in the World

George Will, Author/Journalist (10/22/13)

George Will, Author/Journalist (10/22/13)

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The Political Argument Today

Richard Beeman (9/24/13)

Richard Beeman (9/24/13)

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The Founding Fathers of 1787: Lessons in Political Leadership

Spencer Magleby (7/16/13)

Spencer Magleby (7/16/13)

Originally aired:

Designing Your World

J. Michael Pinegar (5/21/13)

J. Michael Pinegar (5/21/13)

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Certification and Signaling

Ron Chernow (3/19/13)

Ron Chernow (3/19/13)

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Revealing the Elusive President: George Washington

Alison Davis-Blake (11/13/12)

Alison Davis-Blake (11/13/12)

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"Building Your Positive Business Career"

Judge Thomas B. Griffith (9/18/12)

Judge Thomas B. Griffith (9/18/12)

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The Hard Work of Understanding the Constitution

Patti Freeman (7/17/12)

Patti Freeman (7/17/12)

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Intentional Recreation and Things that Matter Most

Rulon Pope (5/15/12)

Rulon Pope (5/15/12)

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Engel's Law

J.W. "Bill" Marriott, Jr. (4/3/12)

J.W. "Bill" Marriott, Jr. (4/3/12)

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From Small Beginnings

Mark Demoss (1/24/12)

Mark Demoss (1/24/12)

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Life's Two Biggest Questions

James Mcpherson (11/29/11)

James Mcpherson (11/29/11)

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Why the Civil War Still Matters Today

Senator Joseph Lieberman (10/25/11)

Senator Joseph Lieberman (10/25/11)

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Faith in the Public Square

Gregg Easterbrook (9/20/11)

Gregg Easterbrook (9/20/11)

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The Global Economy: What's Next?

Laura Padilla (7/26/11)

Laura Padilla (7/26/11)

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Seize the Day: A Proactive Approach to Parenting Teens

John Welch (5/17/11)

John Welch (5/17/11)

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Thy Mind, O Man, Must Stretch

Micheal Flaherty (3/15/11)

Micheal Flaherty (3/15/11)

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On a Film and a Prayer: The Stories of Our Lives

His Eminence Francis Cardinal George (2/23/10)

His Eminence Francis Cardinal George (2/23/10)

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Catholics and Latter-day Saints: Partners in the Defense of Religious Freedom

Greg Mortenson(10/27/09)

Greg Mortenson(10/27/09)

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Fighting for Peace Through Education

David G. Long (1/27/09)

David G. Long (1/27/09)

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Microwaves, Icebergs, and Global Warming

Paul B. Savage (7/15/08)

Paul B. Savage (7/15/08)

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Winning the War Against an Innumerable Army: Protections through Innate Immunity

Barta Heiner (5/13/08)

Barta Heiner (5/13/08)

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Counterfeits: A Mess of Pottage

Nathaniel Philbrick (11/6/07)

Nathaniel Philbrick (11/6/07)

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Mayflower: A Story of Courage, Community, and War

Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. (10/23/07)

Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. (10/23/07)

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John Roberts, Chief Justice of the United States, speaks to BYU students and faculty. He speaks about the U.S. Constitution and encourages...

Senator Harry Reid (10/9/07)

Senator Harry Reid (10/9/07)

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Senator Harry Reid, US Senate Majority Leader, speaks to BYU students. He relates how his life has shaped his religious and political beliefs.

Franklin Chang-Diaz (9/25/07)

Franklin Chang-Diaz (9/25/07)

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Franklin Chang-Diaz, former NASA astronaut, speaks to BYU students about the past and future of manned space travel.

Jenny Pulsipher (7/17/07)

Jenny Pulsipher (7/17/07)

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Indiana Jones in the Archives: The Art and Adventure of History

C. Arden Pope III (2/27/07)

C. Arden Pope III (2/27/07)

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What Are You Breathing and Should You Inhale?

Jean Bethke Elshtain (10/24/06)

Jean Bethke Elshtain (10/24/06)

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University of Chicago scholar Jean Bethke Elshtain speaks to Brigham Young University students. Commenting on C.S. Lewis' work "The Abolition of...

Dr. Alwi Shihab (10/10/06)

Dr. Alwi Shihab (10/10/06)

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Building Bridges to Harmony Through Understanding

Daniel K. Judd (7/18/06)

Daniel K. Judd (7/18/06)

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Religion, Mental Health, and the Latter-day Saints

Gordon Gee (3/28/06)

Gordon Gee (3/28/06)

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Everything I Learned About Being a Mormon I Learned From Running Universities

Terryl Givens (11/29/05)

Terryl Givens (11/29/05)

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Lightning Out of Heaven: Joseph Smith and the Forging of Community

Dr. Kenneth Cooper (9/28/04)

Dr. Kenneth Cooper (9/28/04)

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How to Increase the Odds for a Lifetime of Good Health and Reduce the Cost of Health Care

Steven Turley (7/27/04)

Steven Turley (7/27/04)

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Was Einstein Wrong?: The Difference between Things We Don't Know and Things We Can't Know

Brad Gregory (3/23/04)

Brad Gregory (3/23/04)

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On Secular Bias in the Study of Religion

Robert Alter (11/18/03)

Robert Alter (11/18/03)

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Dickens' Ecological Vision

Brent Strong (10/28/03)

Brent Strong (10/28/03)

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Why Scientists Should Read Shakespeare and Why Humanists Should Understand Einstein

Margaret Barker (5/6/03)

Margaret Barker (5/6/03)

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What did Josiah Reform?: The Earlier Religion of Israel

Richard Light (2/26/03)

Richard Light (2/26/03)

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Making the Most of the Unique BYU Experience: Four Concrete Suggestions

Sandra Day O'connor (9/26/02)

Sandra Day O'connor (9/26/02)

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My Journey through the Law: A Personal Perspective

Campbell Gray (5/28/02)

Campbell Gray (5/28/02)

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Of an Inquiring Mind and Heart

Robert Sloan, Jr. (4/2/02)

Robert Sloan, Jr. (4/2/02)

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Leadership: Character and Core Convictions

W. Steve Albrecht (10/30/01)

W. Steve Albrecht (10/30/01)

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Lessons Learned from Listening to Others

Nathan O. Hatch (3/27/01)

Nathan O. Hatch (3/27/01)

Originally aired:

Ambition and the Soul

Larry V. Shumway (2/27/01)

Larry V. Shumway (2/27/01)

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Intercultural Education: Music of Other Spheres

J. Bernard Machen (1/20/01)

J. Bernard Machen (1/20/01)

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Values, Bytes, Diversity and Reason: On Becoming an Educated Person in the 21st Century

Susan Easton Black (11/28/00)

Susan Easton Black (11/28/00)

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Joseph Smith: Remembered Gratitude

David B. Magleby (10/24/00)

David B. Magleby (10/24/00)

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The Vanishing Voter and Other Challenges to Representative Democracy

Mark J. Willes (9/26/00)

Mark J. Willes (9/26/00)

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What I Learned From Five Years in the Newspaper Business

Robert Goodwin (3/28/00)

Robert Goodwin (3/28/00)

Originally aired:

The Antidote for What Ails Us

David Daniell (2/29/00)

David Daniell (2/29/00)

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William Tyndale: Courage and Genius in Making Our English Bible

William G. Dever (1/25/00)

William G. Dever (1/25/00)

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The Reality of Early Israel

Erin D. Bigler (11/23/99)

Erin D. Bigler (11/23/99)

Originally aired:

The Brain, Mind, and Behavior: Clinical Neuroscience in the New Millennium

Alexander B. Morrison (10/26/99)

Alexander B. Morrison (10/26/99)

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Church Response to Crises

David Paulsen (9/21/99)

David Paulsen (9/21/99)

Originally aired:

Joseph Smith and the Problem of Evil

Arun Gandhi (03/23/99)

Arun Gandhi (03/23/99)

Originally aired:

The 21st Century Is Coming, but Where Are We Going?

Jamal Badawi (11/24/98)

Jamal Badawi (11/24/98)

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Islam in America

John Hughes (10/27/98)

John Hughes (10/27/98)

Originally aired:

The Media and Responsibility

Francis Fukuyama (9/22/98)

Francis Fukuyama (9/22/98)

Originally aired:

Social Virtues and the Creation of Prosperity

John Lamb (5/20/14)

John Lamb (5/20/14)

"All Ye Need To Know"

Brent James (3/18/14)

Brent James (3/18/14)

"We Measure Our Success in Lives: Health versus Health Care"

R. Albert Mohler, Jr. (2/25/14)

R. Albert Mohler, Jr. (2/25/14)

Strengthen the Things That Remain: Defending Human Dignity, Human Rights, and Human Flourishing in a Dangerous Age

Andrea Thomas (1/28/14)

Andrea Thomas (1/28/14)

Make a Difference in the World

George Will, Author/Journalist (10/22/13)

George Will, Author/Journalist (10/22/13)

The Political Argument Today

Richard Beeman (9/24/13)

Richard Beeman (9/24/13)

The Founding Fathers of 1787: Lessons in Political Leadership

Spencer Magleby (7/16/13)

Spencer Magleby (7/16/13)

Designing Your World

J. Michael Pinegar (5/21/13)

J. Michael Pinegar (5/21/13)

Certification and Signaling

Ron Chernow (3/19/13)

Ron Chernow (3/19/13)

Revealing the Elusive President: George Washington

Alison Davis-Blake (11/13/12)

Alison Davis-Blake (11/13/12)

"Building Your Positive Business Career"

Judge Thomas B. Griffith (9/18/12)

Judge Thomas B. Griffith (9/18/12)

The Hard Work of Understanding the Constitution

Patti Freeman (7/17/12)

Patti Freeman (7/17/12)

Intentional Recreation and Things that Matter Most

Rulon Pope (5/15/12)

Rulon Pope (5/15/12)

Engel's Law

J.W. "Bill" Marriott, Jr. (4/3/12)

J.W. "Bill" Marriott, Jr. (4/3/12)

From Small Beginnings

Mark Demoss (1/24/12)

Mark Demoss (1/24/12)

Life's Two Biggest Questions

James Mcpherson (11/29/11)

James Mcpherson (11/29/11)

Why the Civil War Still Matters Today

Senator Joseph Lieberman (10/25/11)

Senator Joseph Lieberman (10/25/11)

Faith in the Public Square

Gregg Easterbrook (9/20/11)

Gregg Easterbrook (9/20/11)

The Global Economy: What's Next?

Laura Padilla (7/26/11)

Laura Padilla (7/26/11)

Seize the Day: A Proactive Approach to Parenting Teens

John Welch (5/17/11)

John Welch (5/17/11)

Thy Mind, O Man, Must Stretch

Micheal Flaherty (3/15/11)

Micheal Flaherty (3/15/11)

On a Film and a Prayer: The Stories of Our Lives

His Eminence Francis Cardinal George (2/23/10)

His Eminence Francis Cardinal George (2/23/10)

Catholics and Latter-day Saints: Partners in the Defense of Religious Freedom

Greg Mortenson(10/27/09)

Greg Mortenson(10/27/09)

Fighting for Peace Through Education

David G. Long (1/27/09)

David G. Long (1/27/09)

Microwaves, Icebergs, and Global Warming

Paul B. Savage (7/15/08)

Paul B. Savage (7/15/08)

Winning the War Against an Innumerable Army: Protections through Innate Immunity

Barta Heiner (5/13/08)

Barta Heiner (5/13/08)

Counterfeits: A Mess of Pottage

Nathaniel Philbrick (11/6/07)

Nathaniel Philbrick (11/6/07)

Mayflower: A Story of Courage, Community, and War

Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. (10/23/07)

Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. (10/23/07)

John Roberts, Chief Justice of the United States, speaks to BYU students and faculty. He speaks about the U.S. Constitution and encourages listeners to learn more about this document.

Senator Harry Reid (10/9/07)

Senator Harry Reid (10/9/07)

Senator Harry Reid, US Senate Majority Leader, speaks to BYU students. He relates how his life has shaped his religious and political beliefs.

Franklin Chang-Diaz (9/25/07)

Franklin Chang-Diaz (9/25/07)

Franklin Chang-Diaz, former NASA astronaut, speaks to BYU students about the past and future of manned space travel.

Jenny Pulsipher (7/17/07)

Jenny Pulsipher (7/17/07)

Indiana Jones in the Archives: The Art and Adventure of History

C. Arden Pope III (2/27/07)

C. Arden Pope III (2/27/07)

What Are You Breathing and Should You Inhale?

Jean Bethke Elshtain (10/24/06)

Jean Bethke Elshtain (10/24/06)

University of Chicago scholar Jean Bethke Elshtain speaks to Brigham Young University students. Commenting on C.S. Lewis' work "The Abolition of Man," Dr. Elshtain discusses the threats to humanity's humanity.

Dr. Alwi Shihab (10/10/06)

Dr. Alwi Shihab (10/10/06)

Building Bridges to Harmony Through Understanding

Daniel K. Judd (7/18/06)

Daniel K. Judd (7/18/06)

Religion, Mental Health, and the Latter-day Saints

Gordon Gee (3/28/06)

Gordon Gee (3/28/06)

Everything I Learned About Being a Mormon I Learned From Running Universities

Terryl Givens (11/29/05)

Terryl Givens (11/29/05)

Lightning Out of Heaven: Joseph Smith and the Forging of Community

Dr. Kenneth Cooper (9/28/04)

Dr. Kenneth Cooper (9/28/04)

How to Increase the Odds for a Lifetime of Good Health and Reduce the Cost of Health Care

Steven Turley (7/27/04)

Steven Turley (7/27/04)

Was Einstein Wrong?: The Difference between Things We Don't Know and Things We Can't Know

Brad Gregory (3/23/04)

Brad Gregory (3/23/04)

On Secular Bias in the Study of Religion

Robert Alter (11/18/03)

Robert Alter (11/18/03)

Dickens' Ecological Vision

Brent Strong (10/28/03)

Brent Strong (10/28/03)

Why Scientists Should Read Shakespeare and Why Humanists Should Understand Einstein

Margaret Barker (5/6/03)

Margaret Barker (5/6/03)

What did Josiah Reform?: The Earlier Religion of Israel

Richard Light (2/26/03)

Richard Light (2/26/03)

Making the Most of the Unique BYU Experience: Four Concrete Suggestions

Sandra Day O'connor (9/26/02)

Sandra Day O'connor (9/26/02)

My Journey through the Law: A Personal Perspective

Campbell Gray (5/28/02)

Campbell Gray (5/28/02)

Of an Inquiring Mind and Heart

Robert Sloan, Jr. (4/2/02)

Robert Sloan, Jr. (4/2/02)

Leadership: Character and Core Convictions

W. Steve Albrecht (10/30/01)

W. Steve Albrecht (10/30/01)

Lessons Learned from Listening to Others

Nathan O. Hatch (3/27/01)

Nathan O. Hatch (3/27/01)

Ambition and the Soul

Larry V. Shumway (2/27/01)

Larry V. Shumway (2/27/01)

Intercultural Education: Music of Other Spheres

J. Bernard Machen (1/20/01)

J. Bernard Machen (1/20/01)

Values, Bytes, Diversity and Reason: On Becoming an Educated Person in the 21st Century

Susan Easton Black (11/28/00)

Susan Easton Black (11/28/00)

Joseph Smith: Remembered Gratitude

David B. Magleby (10/24/00)

David B. Magleby (10/24/00)

The Vanishing Voter and Other Challenges to Representative Democracy

Mark J. Willes (9/26/00)

Mark J. Willes (9/26/00)

What I Learned From Five Years in the Newspaper Business

Robert Goodwin (3/28/00)

Robert Goodwin (3/28/00)

The Antidote for What Ails Us

David Daniell (2/29/00)

David Daniell (2/29/00)

William Tyndale: Courage and Genius in Making Our English Bible

William G. Dever (1/25/00)

William G. Dever (1/25/00)

The Reality of Early Israel

Erin D. Bigler (11/23/99)

Erin D. Bigler (11/23/99)

The Brain, Mind, and Behavior: Clinical Neuroscience in the New Millennium

Alexander B. Morrison (10/26/99)

Alexander B. Morrison (10/26/99)

Church Response to Crises

David Paulsen (9/21/99)

David Paulsen (9/21/99)

Joseph Smith and the Problem of Evil

Arun Gandhi (03/23/99)

Arun Gandhi (03/23/99)

The 21st Century Is Coming, but Where Are We Going?

Jamal Badawi (11/24/98)

Jamal Badawi (11/24/98)

Islam in America

John Hughes (10/27/98)

John Hughes (10/27/98)

The Media and Responsibility

Francis Fukuyama (9/22/98)

Francis Fukuyama (9/22/98)

Social Virtues and the Creation of Prosperity

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