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After the news, today's broadcast features "This, That and the Other," in which we talk to two American women who were walking the Way of Saint James recently. Known in Spanish at the Camino de Santiago, this route has been followed for centuries by pilgrims from across Europe who have journeyed to the city of Santiago de Compostela, in the northwestern Spanish region of Galicia. According to tradition, the cathedral in Santiago was built where the relics of St. James the Apostle were discovered in the 9th century. Then Alison Hughes and Frank Smith answer listeners' letters in "Listeners' Corner," and we end the broadcast remembering Portugal's Revolution of the Carnations, which took place 38 years ago today.
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