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Fresh Air For April 30, 2021: Astronaut Michael Collins; Kate Winslet

About Endlessness opens with the visual of a couple (Jan-Eje Ferling and Tatiana Delaunay) floating through gray, cloudy skies. Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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Bittersweet Film 'About Endlessness' Highlights Life's Humor And Despair

Bittersweet Film 'About Endlessness' Highlights Life's Humor And Despair

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Fresh Air For April 29, 2021: Author Imbolo Mbue

Fresh Air For April 28, 2021: 2 NPR Founders Remember The First Days, 50 Years Ago

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'It Was Just Thrilling': 2 NPR Founders Remember The First Days, 50 Years Ago

'It Was Just Thrilling': 2 NPR Founders Remember The First Days, 50 Years Ago

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Fresh Air For April 27, 2021: Stephen Colbert

Stephen Colbert says working without a live audience has been challenging during the pandemic: "There's some vital performance adrenaline spark that's missing." Scott Kowalchyk/CBS hide caption

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Stephen Colbert On Missing His Live Audience And Making Comedy A Family Business

Stephen Colbert On Missing His Live Audience And Making Comedy A Family Business

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Fresh Air For April 26, 2021: How Processed Food Companies Get Us 'Hooked' On Junk

Hooked author Michael Moss says processed food companies appeal to our childhood nostalgia: "What we eat is all about memory." Grace Cary/Getty Images hide caption

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Cheap, Legal And Everywhere: How Food Companies Get Us 'Hooked' On Junk

Cheap, Legal And Everywhere: How Food Companies Get Us 'Hooked' On Junk

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