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The World and Everything in It

The World and Everything in It is WORLD Radio's daily half-hour audio news magazine, produced Monday-Friday. Play our programs and segments online below, or subscribe to the podcast by clicking the iTunes icon or RSS icon in the right column.

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Culture Friday, home video review, Groundhog Day on a Christian holiday

Today’s news and John Stonestreet talks about the value of religious liberty in the culture, plus: home-video reviewer Phil Boatwright reviews a documentary and a comedy classic, Groundhog Day is observed on a Christian holiday, and more

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Listening In
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Listening In

Hosted by WORLD News Group's Warren Cole Smith, Listening In features extended conversations with newsmakers and thought leaders.

“Our goal is to explore topics as thoughtfully as possible,” says WORLD Radio Executive Producer Nick Eicher. “It’s more like NPR’s Fresh Air or public television’s Charlie Rose, but with an objective Christian perspective.”

The Listening In podcast is posted each Friday. (The program is available to radio stations via FTP download. For technical details, contact: Jonathan Bailie at jbailie@wng.org.)

Read edited transcripts of Warren’s interviews.

A conversation with Johnnie Moore

Though barely in his thirties, Johnnie Moore has already had a robust career as a vice president at Liberty University, where students confronted him every day with the question: “What do I do when I grow up?” Helping thousands of students over the years led to his new book “What Am I Supposed To Do With My Life?”  Little did Johnnie Moore know that as he was writing the book he would have to deal with the question himself.  The successful television producer Mark Barnett had been working with Liberty University.  Moore and Burnet became friends and started working together on a number of projects.  That relationship ultimately led Burnet to ask Johnnie Moore to be his chief of staff.  So after 13 years at Liberty University in Virginia, Moore last year packed up his family and moved to California to embark on a new career path. 

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