Under the Radar

A portion of the cover of "Savage Continent: Europe in the Aftermath of WWII.
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Book reviewer Lev Raphael has been reading a book about the aftermath of World War II in Europe. It's called Savage Continent by Keith Lowe. He talked about it with WKAR's Melissa Benmark.

Book covers for Alain de Botton's "How To Think More About Sex."
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In our Under the Radar segment this month, something completely different. Reviewer Lev Raphael and WKAR’s Melissa Benmark talk about sex. In a G-rated kind of way.

A detail of the book's cover.
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Seventy-one years ago today, Japanese forces bombed the U. S. naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The event led directly to American entry into World War Two. On this anniversary, our book reviewer Lev Raphael talks about Pearl Harbor: FDR Leads the Nation Into War by Steven Gillon. He spoke with WKAR’s Melissa Benmark.

Photo of book cover.
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In our Under the Radar segment this month, Lev Raphael talks with WKAR’s Melissa Benmark about a thought-provoking book about grief from an MSU author.

Book reviewer Lev Raphael has been reading about a radio journalist who was in the thick of covering World War Two from Berlin, and he talked about it with WKAR's Melissa Benmark.