All Sides with Ann Fisher

Weekdays 10am to noon on 89.7 NPR News

All Sides with Ann Fisher is a two-hour, daily public-affairs talk show designed to over time touch upon all sides of the issues and events that shape life in central Ohio. Listeners participate via telephone, e-mail, Facebook and Twitter to add to the conversations. As always at WOSU, the coverage is fair and balanced with a civil tone.

Watch All Sides, weekdays from 10am to noon

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11am 

With sixty percent of the world's market shares under its control, it's no doubt that Google is the world's most popular search engine. The EU however,  has raised alleged  antitrust accusations against the search engine. Plus, a look at how computer chips have advanced and an update on the latest tech gadgets.  

Wages and the Economy

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10am

The economy has been seeing steady growth for some time after the recession. And yet, while some big companies raise their pay scales, overall wages remain depressed. In this hour of All Sides, we look at the outliers and the consequences of stagnant wages.

Getting the Most Out of Your Social Security Benefits

21 hours ago
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The idea of a social security benefits seems straight forward enough. You pay your dues and receive your benefit every month when you retire.  But of course, it's a lot more complicated than that. Join us this hour as we clear up the misconceptions and discuss how to maximize your benefits. 

Statehouse Reporters Roundtable

Apr 20, 2015
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Governor John Kasich says that he's "seriously considering" running for president, as the Republican presidential field crowds with hopefuls: Senators Marco Rubio, Ted Cruze, Rand Paul, and possibly former Governor Jeb Bush.

Money Smarts: Finding Security in a Changing World

Apr 16, 2015

By 2030, approximately 70 million Americans will be 65 or older. Most will outlive their parents' and grandparents’ generations, but many will also outlive their savings accounts. Many surveys show that most seniors don’t have enough saved up for retirement. 

Foods for a Healthy Brain

Apr 15, 2015
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An estimated five million Americans have Alzheimer's Disease, and the modern American diet is not helping reduce that statistic. 

Exploring the Nature of the Midwest

Apr 15, 2015
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The Midwest may not be known for its remarkable natural wonders, but with a keen eye, there is a vast wild world to discover.  This hour we explore the plants, animals, and insects in our own backyards.

Tech Tuesday: Apple Watch, Kids Tech, Gadgets

Apr 14, 2015
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The Apple watch is set to release later this month and with about one million pre-orders made it's anticipated to be successful. Coming up, an overall review on the watch and a look at Apple's newest laptop design.  

Stargazing in the Spring

Apr 14, 2015
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Every spring brings changes: trees blooming, birds chirping--and stars and planets shifting place in the night sky as the Earth moves in its orbit. Join us this hour for information about stargazing and exciting opportunities to see Venus, Jupiter, and more.

Using Fresh Herbs in Your Recipes

Apr 14, 2015
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Springtime is finally here in Central Ohio, and for some, that means steering away from root vegetables and heavy soups and moving toward fresher, lighter fare. Think artichoke salad with chive and oregano vinaigrette or harvest focaccia with grapes, rosemary, and parmesan. 

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