Here & Now

Monday – Thursday at 2:00 pm
Jeremy Hobson, Robin Young

A live production from NPR and WBUR Boston, in collaboration with public radio stations across the country, Here & Now reflects the fluid world of news as it’s happening, with timely, smart and in-depth news and conversation.

Here & Now has a successful track record: it began at WBUR in 1997 and is carried today by over 180 stations nationwide. Here & Now will expand from one to two hours on July 1 in collaboration with NPR. The expanded program will serve as a bridge in midday, between NPR’s signature news magazines, Morning Edition and All Things Considered. This marks the first time NPR has collaborated with a member station on a daily news program.

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Podcasts

  • Monday, September 1, 2014 2:03pm
    Stories from this broadcast: Pro-Russian Rebels Lower Demands In Peace Talks; Wyoming Wind Power Has Nowhere To Go; Searching For The Best BBQ On Labor Day And Beyond; Quantum Computing: The Holy Grail Of The Information Age; Hong Kong Democracy Supporters Heckle Chinese Official; ‘The Unauthorized Saved By The Bell Story’ Airs Tonight
  • Friday, August 29, 2014 2:53pm
    Stories from this broadcast: Americans Fighting A War Away From Home; After Two Disasters, Malaysia Airlines To Cut 6,000 Jobs; Mobile App Helps Transgender People Change Their Voices; World Championship Tug-Of-War Is ‘A Thing Of Beauty’; As School Starts, Classrooms Gear Up; On Stage: ‘Southern Decadence’ Celebrates LGBT Culture In New Orleans
  • Friday, August 29, 2014 1:43pm
    Stories from this broadcast: Russia Continues To Claim It Hasn’t Invaded Ukraine; Obama’s Comment On Strategy Against ISIS Kicks Up Political Storm; Heavy Surf Pummels California’s Catalina Island; It’s A Dog’s Life In ‘Finding Neverland’; Repelling Mosquitoes With A Natural Sticky Patch; The Hotel Workers Who Saved Lives During The 2008 Mumbai Attacks; Twitter Experiments With New Features; Old Threats Persist For Loons On Lake Winnipesaukee
  • Thursday, August 28, 2014 3:34pm
    Stories from this broadcast: Bloomberg: Bank Hackers Have Ties To Russia; ‘Enormous’ Growth Of Ocean Garbage Patch; Uzi Death Prompts Debate About Kids And Guns; Hollywood Producer Arrested For ‘Fitting The Description’; What Happens When Callers To 9-1-1 Speak No English?; Catching Up With The Polyphonic Spree
  • Thursday, August 28, 2014 2:23pm
    Stories from this broadcast: Should Congress Have a Say In Further ISIS Airstrikes?; Market Basket Reaches Deal To End Standoff; Wally Lamb Finds Real Life Inspiration For Novel ‘We Are Water’; Universities Take Precautions Against Ebola; U.S. Open: A Closer Look At 15-Year-Old ‘CiCi’ Bellis; College Football Season Preview