When I read a story to listeners over the air, I get to discover something new alongside them — experiencing amusement, dismay, or a range of other emotions we typically have when sharing with friends.
For Your Ears Only - March 25th, 2012
II. WHAT TRAYVON TEACHES
Ellis Cose, Senior Fellow, Center for Talent Innovation; author of "Color Blind" and "The Rage of a Privileged Class," and many others.
III. ETCH-A-SKETCH POLITICS
Stephen Hess, Brookings Institution senior fellow emeritus, Republican and Democratic White House veteran
IV. TO KEEP 'TOUCH' TRUE
Joanne Lara, technical adviser to Fox TV's "Touch," founder of Autism Movement Therapy, www.autismmovementtherapy.org
V. FACES OF FORGETTING
Cathy Greenblat, PhD., former Rutgers University professor of sociology, author/photographer of "Love, Loss, and Laughter: Seeing Alzheimer's Differently" (Globe Pequot/Lyons Press)
VI. HOLLYWOOD ON THE BLOCK
Martin Nolan, executive director, Julien's Auctions, Hollywood Legends Auction on Saturday, March 31st, Sunday, April 1st, www.juliensauctions.com
VIII. ARCHIVE: SURVIVING STORMY WEATHER - 3/27/11
Dr. Donald Bogle, NYU and University of Pennsylvania film/TV historian, author of "Heat Wave: The Life and Career of Ethel Waters" (HarperCollins, February 2011)