Special Programming
9:00 pm
Tue July 15, 2014

Today at Noon on Q: Zoo Animals and Their Discontents

Today on Q with Jian Ghomeshi, journalist Alex Halberstadt looks at the psychological problems of animals in zoos.
Today on Q with Jian Ghomeshi, journalist Alex Halberstadt looks at the psychological problems of animals in zoos.
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Essential Pittsburgh will take a summer break July 14th – 18th. We’ll return with live shows on July 21st.

While we’re away enjoy the daily arts and culture program Q with Jian Ghomeshi at noon. At 8pm find out what drives human behavior on the program The Really Big Questions (TRBQ) with Dean Olsher.

You can listen to past episodes of Essential Pittsburgh here or check out the podcast in iTunes.

Today at noon on Q, with Jian Ghomeshi: With his latest New York Times Magazine report “Zoo Animals and Their Discontents,” journalist Alex Halberstadt looks at the psychological problems of animals living in captivity.

At 8pm, The Really Big Questions, hosted by Dean Olsher: Today’s big question? Why does music move us? If music is a human universal, why do people of different cultures experience music differently?

While we're off-air you can leave a question or comment for Essential Pittsburgh at 412-256-8783.

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