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Fresh Air for October 22, 2010

In July 2009, Time magazine held an online poll asking who America's most trusted newscaster was; Jon Stewart won with 44 percent of the vote. Kevin Fitzsimmons hide caption

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More From Jon Stewart's 'Fresh Air' Interview

More From Jon Stewart's 'Fresh Air' Interview

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Fresh Air for October 21, 2010

Harold McGee writes that the flavor of most vegetables exists to deter others from eating them — which may explain the pungency of mustard greens. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Harold McGee's 'Keys To Good Cooking' For Chefs

Harold McGee's 'Keys To Good Cooking' For Chefs

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Cumberbatch plays a modernized Holmes who carries a cell phone and gets his buzz from nicotine patches. Hartswood Films/BBC for MASTERPIECE hide caption

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A Modern 'Sherlock' Is More Than Elementary

A Modern 'Sherlock' Is More Than Elementary

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Fresh Air for October 20, 2010

Jason Schwartzman plays Jonathan Ames, a struggling writer and bumbling private detective on the HBO series Bored to Death. HBO hide caption

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Jason Schwartzman, 'Bored' And Loving It

Jason Schwartzman, 'Bored' And Loving It

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Fresh Air for October 19, 2010

Toys from the first two movies, like Jessie and Buzz Lightyear, are back for the third installment of Toy Story. Disney/Pixar hide caption

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Pixar's People, At Play With Ideas In 'Toy Story 3'

Pixar's People, At Play With Ideas In 'Toy Story 3'

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Bruno Mars co-wrote "Right Round" by Flo Rida (featuring Ke$ha) and "Wavin' Flag" by K'naan. Atlantic Records hide caption

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Liking Bruno Mars Just The Way He Is

Liking Bruno Mars Just The Way He Is

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Fresh Air for October 18, 2010

This photo and caption reveal nothing about Don Draper's (Jon Hamm) state of mind at the end of Mad Men's fourth season. AMC hide caption

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This Headline Contains No 'Mad Men' Finale Spoilers

This Headline Contains No 'Mad Men' Finale Spoilers

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