Today's Highlights | February 11, 2014

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Shirley Temple in "Poor Little Rich Girl" in 1936. (20th Century Fox)

Also On Today's Show

Begins at 21:31: The band “One Ring Zero” has released eight albums, including one where the lyrics were written by famous authors like Paul Auster, Margaret Atwood, Dave Eggers, and Neil Gaiman. Michael Hearst and Joshua Camp, both members of One Ring Zero, discuss their innovative albums.

Begins at 26:18: Today The Takeaway gives you a look at the task of preserving the ancient art and artifacts of Egypt in a country plagued in recent years by unrest. Yasmine El Dorghamy, editor and publisher of Al Rawi, a magazine about Egypt’s heritage and history, explains.

Begins at 30:46: The iconic depression-era child star Shirley Temple Black has passed away at the age of 85. Today The Takeaway remembers her work in Hollywood and as a diplomat. Rafer Guzman, film critic for Newsday and co-host of the Movie Date Podcast, discusses Temple's life and legacy.


Joshua Camp, Yasmine El Dorghamy, Rafer Guzman and Michael Hearst


T.J. Raphael

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