October 31, 2017
Insight: U.S. Supreme Court Preview / "Brundibár" / Jazz And Civil Rights / Sound Advice
McGeorge law professor Leslie Jacobs previews major cases that the U.S. Supreme Court will hear for the 2015 to 2016 term.
Insight talks with Ela Wiessberger about surviving a Nazi concentration camp and about the opera that became a symbol of hope and a memorial to the children who died.
Many jazz musicians have never been afraid of speaking about issues of race or equality, both through the music and as a way to draw attention to problems in society. On Insight we'll talk about civil rights and jazz ahead of the Brubeck Festival.
Capital Public Radio classical music host Kent Teeters has four new recordings for Sound Advice, including a new release from cellist Yo-Yo Ma, orchestral music by Vincent d’Indy and newly recorded Hollywood blockbuster film music.