Tuesday, Jun 09 12 p.m. (ET)

Computer Guys And Gal

The Computer Guys & Gal are back to guide you through all the latest technology news and answer your questions about the tech you use in your life.

The D.C. Jazz Fest in 2005.

The D.C. Jazz Fest in 2005.

Tuesday, Jun 09 1 p.m. (ET)

DC Jazz Festival

The D.C. Jazz festival is now more than a decade old, bringing nationally and internationally known musicians to perform in venues around the region for a week of music. We hear from the festival director and one of the featured musicians.

Author Joseph Kim

Author Joseph Kim

Tuesday, Jun 09 1:35 p.m. (ET)

North Korea: Perspective From Inside And Out

When Joseph Kim was 12 years old he was living on the streets of Pyongyang, struggling to feed himself. After escaping to China as a teen, he's now a college student in the U.S. We talk with Kim about the past that stays with him as he makes his way forward in a new reality.

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