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Morley Pushes For Peacemaking Through Music

The singer-songwriter's music transcends genres and borders. She has worked with teens from conflict zones and performed for the likes of Nelson Mandela and the Dalai Lama. Morley talks about her new album, Undivided, and using her music as an instrument for social change.

Doris Day: A Hollywood Legend Reflects On Life

Day started singing and dancing when she was a teenager, and made her first film at 24. After nearly 40 movies, she walked away from that part of her life in 1968, and started rescuing and caring for animals. Here, she speaks to Terry Gross in a lengthy interview about her career in film and music.

Beethoven's 10th Symphony: For Real?

Weekend Edition Sunday takes a look at the mysterious saga of a new Beethoven discovery.

The Importance Of Earl Scruggs, As Told By His Followers

Weekend Edition Sunday revisits a 2007 conversation with Tony Trischka, Bela Fleck and Steve Martin.

From Mexico, Con Amor: Exploring Vive Latino 2012

Alt.Latino hosts Jasmine Garsd and Felix Contreras return from one of the biggest music festivals in Latin America with stories to tell and new discoveries to share.

The Passionate, Turbulent Life Of James Brown

Brown was a music industry survivor, but he wasn't as indestructible as he seemed to believe. RJ Smith's new biography The One presents the soul godfather as an unparalleled performer undone by drugs and violence.