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NPR's signature morning show, with news updates from the BBC at the top of each hour.  Also, a local daily almanac at 5:49 and 8:49, what's for lunch in the San Francisco public schools at 6:49 (during the school year), and daily commentary from Jim Hightower at 7:49.   Enjoy the Crosscurrents Morning Report from KALW News Tuesday through Friday at 8:51, a Dispatch from Kolkata from Sandip Roy on Wednesdays at 7:35, and 99% Invisible at 7:35 on Fridays.

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12:01am

Tue June 5, 2012
Family Matters: The Money Squeeze

Caring For Aging Relative: 'To Give Her A Good Life'

Originally published on Tue June 5, 2012 5:32 pm

Geneva Hunter (left), who runs the secretarial operations for a Washington, D.C., law firm, decided to take a hands-on approach to her mother's care and moved Ida Christian, 89, into her Maryland home.
Kainaz Amaria NPR

Part of the Family Matters series

Over the last two months, NPR's Morning Edition has been following three families who make up the growing number of multigenerational households in this country. All became multigenerational unexpectedly, when elderly relatives could no longer live independently and the families took them in.

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12:00am

Tue June 5, 2012
Africa

Tunisian Women Turn Revolution Into Opportunity

Originally published on Tue June 5, 2012 10:42 pm

Workers at a carpet-making business in the town of Kairouan are paid about $2.50 a day. Many carpet buyers are tourists, but the number of foreign visitors has dropped since the revolution.

John W. Poole NPR

Over the next couple weeks, NPR Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep is taking a Revolutionary Road Trip across North Africa to see how the countries that staged revolutions last year are remaking themselves as they write new social rules, rebuild their economies and establish new political systems. Steve and his team will be traveling some 2,000 miles from Tunisia's ancient city of Carthage, across the deserts of Libya and on to Egypt's megacity of Cairo. In this story, he looks at the changing role of women in the new Tunisia.

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8:10am

Mon June 4, 2012
Business

Spain's Jobless Claims Fall For 2nd Month In A Row

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DAVID GREENE, HOST:

NPR's business news starts with some good news for Spain.

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4:16am

Mon June 4, 2012
Around the Nation

Would-Be Bank Robber Gets Stuck In Air Duct

Originally published on Mon June 4, 2012 8:10 am

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DAVID GREENE, HOST:

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4:10am

Mon June 4, 2012
Around the Nation

Fifth-Grader Skips School To See President Obama

Originally published on Mon June 4, 2012 10:27 am

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RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

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