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Dina Temple Raston: NPR Counterterrorism Correspondent (#205)

Dina Temple-Raston, National Public Radio's counterterrorism correspondent, made an appearance at Grinnell College on September 23, 2010. Temple-Raston is an award-winning author who has written extensively on civil liberties and national security. Prior to joining NPR, Temple-Raston served as a long-time foreign correspondent for Bloomberg News in Asia. She also served as as a White House correspondent for Bloomberg News during both Clinton administrations. [56 minutes] Closed Captioning

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9-12, Prof Dev
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Social Studies
Series Length
102 episodes
Average Episode Length
51 minutes
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Series Description: Intelligent Talk Television showcases recent lectures given by guest speakers at colleges, universities, and libraries across Iowa. The collaborative effort between IPTV and participating institutions provides top-notch programs featuring experts on topics ranging from politics to science to economics for broadcast on IPTV’ s digital channels and streaming on the ITTV website.

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