Sean Cole gets in touch with Sean Carberry, who works now as NPR’s Kabul correspondent but used to be a record producer with a license to carry a firearm.
As a part of the series “Studs at 100”. Studs Terkel’s’ former assistant Sydney Lewis and her film “Working with Studs”
From South Africa, Thembi Simelane and her lawyer Howard Varney speak about their effort to uncover the truth about her sister, who is still missing.
We hear from Martin Luther King Jr. about his first realization, as a boy, that blacks and whites were treated differently.
Dick begins the week with author DW Gibson, whose book, 'Not Working,' introduces us to unemployed men and women and their stories.
Most kids like pizza, but when Anthony Mangieri was a boy he became obsessed.
The Final Exit Network says mentally competent adults have a basic human right to end their lives. Dick Gordon talks with one of the group's guides, Fran Schindler, about her own serious illness and decision to participate.
How producer Carol Jackson found a stolen painting in Japan.
Producer Jake Warga decides to travel by train and bus through the West Coast, and take his tape recorder with him.
Travelers often like keeping accounts of their journeys.
Guest host Sean Cole talks to an Evangelical whose world was turned upside down when her 37-year-old daughter told her she was gay.
Guest host Sean Cole goes to see his mother, Pat Clark, to find out why she did not give him the rifle left to him by his grandfather.
Starlee Kine and Roman Mars dig underneath what goes into the germination of an idea.
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