Full episode 493: Picture Show Act One Photo Op Share a clip ByNancy Updike Producer Nancy Updike goes to the West Bank to investigate why Israeli soldiers routinely wake up Palestinian families in the middle of the night, to take photos of the teen boys in the house. (23 minutes) Song:“I Turn My Camera On” by Spoon More in ChildrenView all 627: Suitable for Children Oct. 6, 2017 Act Three: The Questionnaire Over the last few years, there’s been a flood of kids from Central America who’ve arrived in the United States by themselves. 617: Fermi’s Paradox May 19, 2017 Act Three: Rosie’s Paradox One night Rosie’s father, busy working, told Rosie, then 9, to stop distracting him with her questions. 592: Are We There Yet? July 29, 2016 Act Two: The Parents, Trapped Kids are everywhere in the camps, they’re a third of the refugees. More by Nancy UpdikeView all 609: It’s Working Out Very Nicely Feb. 3, 2017 Act Three: Statement of Purpose There is one line in the executive order that justifies its existence. 607: Didn’t We Solve This One? Jan. 6, 2017 Act One: Good Things Come to Those Who Wait. But Not Always. An Iraqi translator named Sarah has been trying to get to the U.S. for eight years. 607: Didn’t We Solve This One? Jan. 6, 2017 Act Two: He’s Making a List Nancy returns with a story that explains the origins of the special visa program for interpreters.