You are a warming, comforting presence. It is audible proof that others care and wish me well; not only my family and friends, but an entire network of people. I don't know what I would do without you.
For Your Ears Only - September 21st, 2014
I. BILLBOARD: BEST OF THE BEST II
II. WATERGATE: INSIDE VIEWS - 6/6/05, 6/14/92, 10/22/89
Bob Woodward, "Washington Post" Assistant Managing Editor; Watergate Reporter - From Newsweek On Air 10/22/89 and Carl Bernstein, author; Watergate Reporter, from Newsweek On Air 10/22/89 with
Katharine Graham, late Chairman of the Board of the "Washington Post", from Newsweek On Air 6/14/92
III. BEYOND THE COLD WAR – 5/28/89
John le Carre (David Cornwell), former British intelligence officer, author of "The Russia House," "The Spy Who Came in from the Cold," "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy," "Smiley's People" and other novels of espionage and intrigue
IV. A REAGAN REBUTTAL – 10/15/89
Nancy Reagan, former First Lady, author of "My Turn: The Memoirs of Nancy Reagan"
V. THE SECRET OF SINATRA – 5/17/98
Wilfrid Sheed, novelist, and critic, 1987 Grammy-winner for Sinatra liner notes: "The Voice—The Columbia Years 1943-1952," ASCAP Deems Taylor 2008 book award for "The House That George Built: With a Little Help from Irving, Cole and a Crew of About Fifty" from Newsweek On Air 11/22/95 and
Andrea Marcovicci, actress and cabaret star, "I'll Be Seeing You: Love Songs of World War II," "Just Kern," more (www.marcovicci.com), from Newsweek On Air 11/22/95 and
Tina Sinatra, actress/producer, author of "My Father's Daughter: A Memoir," from Newsweek On Air 4/19/98
VI. FAITH AND SHAME, FASHION AND ART - 10/03/04
Jim Post, President of Voice of the Faithful, in Boston and
Richard Avedon, photographer and author, "An Autobiography Richard Avedon," from Newsweek On Air 9/5/93
VIII. ARCHIVE: D-DAY - REEL AND REAL - 2/29/04
Stephen Ambrose, historian, author of "D-Day: June 6, 1944: The Climactic Battle of World War II," "Band of Brothers" and more, consultant on the film "Saving Private Ryan"