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Fresh Air for March 23, 2015

John Hargrove, a trainer who spent 14 years working with orcas, mostly at SeaWorld, eventually became disillusioned with the company's treatment of its killer whales. Courtesy of Palgrave Macmillan Trade hide caption

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Former Orca Trainer For SeaWorld Condemns Its Practices

Former Orca Trainer For SeaWorld Condemns Its Practices

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Fresh Air for March 21, 2015

Daniel Genis, son of Soviet emigre Alexander Genis, served 10 years in prison for armed robbery. He was released last year, and his essays about life in prison have been widely published. Courtesy of Petra Szabo hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Daniel Genis, 'Seymour' Documentary And Norman Blake

Fresh Air Weekend: Daniel Genis, 'Seymour' Documentary And Norman Blake

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Fresh Air for March 20, 2015

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