Here & Now
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.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015 2:22pmStories from this broadcast: ISIS Offers Swap To Save Hostage; Forecasters Apologize, But Why?; Apple Posts Record Profits After Surging iPhone Sales; Google Fiber Headed South; Brisket Shortage Has BBQ Lovers Gnashing Their Teeth; $4.5 Million, 30 Seconds, 1 Super Bowl Ad: Priceless?; Disability Advocates Fight Disabled Governor
Wednesday, January 28, 2015 1:06pmStories from this broadcast: Despite Protests, Mexican Officials Declare Missing Students Dead; Zillow And ‘The New Rules Of Real Estate’; Arizona Town Tries To Fund New Border Crossing; Indiana Governor Getting Heat For State-Sponsored News Site; Vermont Singer-Songwriter Caitlin Canty
Tuesday, January 27, 2015 2:24pmStories from this broadcast: Storm Prompts Evacuations In Coastal Mass. Town; From Cancellations To Closures: The Storm’s Economic Impact; Kurds Claim Kobani, Syria; Russian Conservationist Optimistic About Tiger Repopulation; Why Aren’t There More Latinos On TV?; Report: All 50 States Failing To Help Abused And Neglected Kids; Proposal Could Open Parts Of Atlantic, Close Parts Of Arctic To Drilling
Tuesday, January 27, 2015 1:10pmStories from this broadcast: Blizzard Howls Its Way Into Boston But Largely Spares NYC; Revisiting The Story Of A Long-Silent Auschwitz Survivor; Drone Security After White House Breach; Snowstorm Update: How Massachusetts Is Coping; Saudi Students’ First Snowfall Is A Memorable One; Nun Hopes For More Gender Equality In The Church
Monday, January 26, 2015 3:04pmStories from this broadcast: Northeast Readies For Potentially Historic Snowfall; What’s The Future Of The Euro In Greece?; One Greek’s View On The Election; Bloom Of Arab Spring Fades In Egypt; A Close-Up Of Celestial Activity; Limitations Of Winter Freeze Inspire Maine Chef; ‘Potentially Historic’ Blizzard To Hit Northeast; Snowy Owls ‘Irrupting’ In Northern States