What's on the radio today: Sept. 24, 2019

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Here’s the radio lineup for Tuesday, Sept. 24:

MPR News with Kerri Miller

9 a.m. — The intersection of Trump, Ukraine and Biden: We attempt to untangle the threads in the whistleblower case, which is growing more urgent — and more complicated — with every revelation. After that conversation, we’ll air President Trump’s live remarks to the United Nations General Assembly.

1A with Joshua Johnson

10 a.m. — Polling suggests America's teens are frightened by climate change, but they are doing something about it. One in four say they have taken part in a walkout, a rally or petitioned those in power. How might this new movement shape our politics and the fate of our planet?

MPR News with Angela Davis

11 a.m. — Community healing after gun violence: St. Paul has seen a surge in gun violence in recent weeks. According to police, more than 100 people have been hurt or killed by gunfire in the city this year, including three homicides in just nine hours earlier this month. In the wake of those incidents, Angela Davis talks with three faith leaders about grief and healing.

MPR News Presents

12 p.m. — A program from the Westminster Town Hall Forum with Kathleen Belew, a professor of history at the University of Chicago and author of "Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America."

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