Memories of the Attica uprising of 1971.
When Neil White was sentenced to 18 months for check fraud, he expected a minimum-security prison. Instead, he found himself in a home for leprosy patients.
Guest host Phoebe Judge visits the National Leprosarium in Carville, La., and meets Mr. Pete, a patient who has preferred to never leave.
Booker T. Jones on the rules of the organ, the day he first stepped into Satellite Records, and just how “Green Onions” got on the radio.
Carter Niemeyer has wrestled with wolves to relocate them and examined the scenes of livestock kills to determine if wolves were responsible. He is a wolfer.
Sarah Churman lived all of her life unable to hear anything until she saved enough money for a hearing implant.
What Todd Bieber found on some film he discovered in a public park would end up being seen by hundreds of thousands of people, and would lead him on a trip across Europe.
Camille Seaman's Shinnecock Indian ancestors hunted whale in the Atlantic Ocean. Maybe that's why she was drawn to explore the ice. She took a trip and began to photograph the wonder of icebergs through her camera lens.
We hear from Elaine Parker, who was working at McMurdo Research Station in Antarctica when she got stuck in an ice storm.
Dick speaks with a coach and quarterback from the legendary football program of Muck City, Fl.
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