For AM-1690 in Atlanta, David’s assignment is to simply interview anyone he wants about anything.
Howard Hart – A Spy’s Life
Hart is the most-decorated spy in the entire history of the CIA. In this latest interview with David he describes the spy’s life and his motivations in choosing the life he led. From India to Nicaragua, from Berlin to Beirut, Afghanistan to Iran, Hart had one of the most-celebrated careers in CIA history
Harold Franklin – Equal Justice
Harold Franklin is the President of the Atlanta Bar Association and talks to David about his effort to create conversation and action around the concept of Equal Justice in Law Enforcement. From Baltimore to Ferguson there have been multiple incidents that have prompted new conversations about race and the police. Franklin is taking an old and traditional legal organization in a new direction.
Lisa Belcher – Working in the ebola zone
Belcher works at the CDC as the Branch Chief of Program Evaluation. She was one of hundreds of volunteers who went to West Africa to try and stop the devastating ebola outbreak that killed thousands. She describes the working conditions and the emotions of trying to help people you know will die.
David Carr – The Night of the Gun
A rerun of an interview with the recently deceased New York Times media columnist, talking about his autobiography, The Night of the Gun.
Bernie Schein – Famous All Over Town
David talks with the legendary Paideia School teacher and now novelist, Bernie Schein, about his epic first novel, Famous All Over Town. The book is a wonderful romp through Schein’s unique ego and beloved hometown, Beaufort, South Carolina.
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