Take a small plot of land in a community park, divide it up among neighbors and, well, things get dicey. Katie Davis tells the story of her neighborhood community garden in Washington D.C.
As a part of the series “Studs at 100”. Studs Terkel’s’ former assistant Sydney Lewis and her film “Working with Studs”
Letters from listeners answered by writer Mark Lynas.
Dick speaks with two women: one Palestinian and one Israeli. Plus, Robert MacFarlane talks about walking the world's ancient paths.
Paul Fichter designs and makes beer taps.
A quest to photograph the world's oldest living organisms.
The farm manager of a small Vermont college talks about the school’s decision to slaughter an aging ox - and the protests that followed.
How a college professor from Southern California developed a relationship with the transnational criminal organization MS-13.
Nicholas Feltron tries to graph the impossible - daily life.
Dick sits down with Doc Hendley, of the group Wine to Water, and talks about his transition from bartending in North Carolina to working to bring clean water to people in Darfur.
A conversation between Dr. Richard Collins and his grandson about listening to a patient. Produced by StoryCorps.
Producer Scott Carrier explores his neighborhood from inside garages, basements and tree limbs. He lives in Salt Lake City, Utah and collects the thoughts of those who share his neighborhood.
A sound portrait of the "Angola Rodeo," a day when prisoners at the Angola state penitentiary put on a rodeo with all the "fixings" of a carnival midway. Produced by Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva of the Kitchen Sisters.
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