**Snitch: Director Ric Roman Waugh talks serious action thriller filmmaking for a change in Hollywood, with his movie about the strange connection between drug cartels and the US government when it comes to the draconian drug sentencing laws on the books.
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**Ferlinghetti: A Rebirth Of Wonder: A conversation with eminent poet, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, who phones in from San Francisco to Arts Express to reflect on his poetry and politics that have infused his creative work for over half a century.
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