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To The Best of Our Knowledge

Two hours of smart, entertaining radio for people with curious minds. Sunday afternoons at 1 p.m. on KUAZ 89.1 FM/1550 AM.


This week on To The Best of Our Knowledge:

This week on To The Best of Our Knowledge, Checkmate!
On September 01, 1972, American Bobby Fischer defeats Russian Boris Spassky in Reykjavik, Iceland, to become the world chess champion, the first American ever to win the title. His win brings chess to the world stage as a competitive sport. After years in seclusion, Fischer has rematch with Spassky in 1992 in Sveti Stefan, Yugoslavia, where he wins again. His travel to Yugoslavia violates a U.S. embargo, and Fischer does not return to the U.S. He later renounces his U.S. citizenship and became a resident of Iceland, where he dies January 17, 2008.

It's To the Best of Our Knowledge, Sunday afternoon starting at 1 pm

What is TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE all about? TTBOOK began as an audio magazine of ideas - two hours of smart, entertaining radio for people with curious minds. It's sort of journalistic (because some of us are, or used to be, journalists), but it's never about the President's speech to the U.N., weapons inspections in Iraq, or yesterday's stock market disaster. It's the kind of show that would spend an hour on the future of capitalism, or on the roots of Islamic fundamentalism. It might also spend an hour on hair. Or salt. Or pirates, road trips, psychic phenomena, house cleaning, animal intelligence, high energy physics, or how to say you're sorry. (You'll find all those shows in our archives.) It's the kind of show where someone might mention Charlotte Bronte or Anthony Trollope in one segment, U2 or They Might Be Giants in another.

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