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The Tampa Bay Times Forum, lower, right, the site of the 2012 Republican National Convention is shown Thursday, Aug. 16, 2012, in Tampa, Fla., which will be held the week of August 27. (AP)

The Tampa Bay Times Forum, lower, right, the site of the 2012 Republican National Convention is shown Thursday, Aug. 16, 2012, in Tampa, Fla., which will be held the week of August 27. (AP)

On Point will air live shows each day from both the Republican and Democratic party conventions.

Our 10-11am show will air live, as normal. During the 11am-noon hour, we’ll play an archived show. Starting Tuesday, we will be live again from 7-8pm for another hour of live coverage.

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  • http://gregorycamp.wordpress.com/ Greg Camp

    You’ve been playing politics for more than a year.  We’ve heard everything there is to hear.  You can’t find even one hour for a Neil Armstrong tribute?

  • Miranda Van Slooten

    I wasn’t able to tune in at 10 like usual. I tried to play the episode from your site as I’ve done in the past, but there is no link that I can find. Will you not be posting this show in the archive? =(

  • Miranda Van Slooten

    It’s fixed now, thanks.

  • Casey Reyner

    How can your guest say that Obama has not done anything on immigration and did not reach out to Republicans. The Dream Act passed but was filibustered in the senate and he offered many Republican ideas on health care, i.e. the insurance mandate.  Of course he didn’t talk to John Boehner for 5 months, everything he said to the Republicans the were immediate opposed to even their own ideas. How could he succeed when the Republican leader in the senate said their primary goal was to make him a one term president.

  • Casey Reyner

    Based on the things he has done in office, Barak Obama is the most conservative Democratic President in history.

ONPOINT
TODAY
Jul 24, 2014
Youths seen playing basketball through bars on a window at the Wisconsin Department of Corrections Ethan Allen School in Wales, Wis. (AP file)

The cold hard facts about juvenile prisons. And the case for shutting them all down. Plus: former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is with us.

Jul 24, 2014
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We’ll look at the new science of what plants feel, smell, see – and remember.

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Actor Wallace Shawn attends special screening of "Turks and Caicos" hosted by Vogue and The Cinema Society at the Crosby Street Hotel on Monday, April 7, 2014 in New York.  (AP)

From “The Princess Bride” to “My Dinner with Andre “and “A Master Builder,” actor and writer Wallace Shawn joins us.

 
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On Point Blog
Hillary Clinton: ‘The [Russian] Reset Worked’
Thursday, Jul 24, 2014

Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton took time out of her global book tour to talk to us about Russia, the press and the global crises shaking the administration she left two years ago.

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Thursday, Jul 24, 2014

The Nickel Creek interview originally scheduled for Thursday, July 24 is rescheduled for an as-of-yet undetermined later date. We explain why.

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Our Week In The Web: July 11, 2014
Friday, Jul 11, 2014

As we prepare for a week of rebroadcasts, we reflect on Facebook posts, misplaced comments and the magic of @ mentions. Internet, ASSEMBLE!

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