The field recordings of a young Tibetan woman who gathered songs from her community and nearby villages in China. Her archives are part of the Tibetan Endangered Music Project.
Nate DiMeo tells a story about the "Mad Gasser."
Dick speaks with Justin Torres, author of We The Animals, about his inspiration: Dorothy Allison.
Ken Perenyi paints like Rembrandt - and Modigliani and Picasso.
Guest host Sean Cole speaks to photographer Joshua Lutz about portraits he took of his mother while she was suffering from a mental illness.
Dick speaks with Dianne Dwyer Modestini, the art restorer who discovered a painting by Salvatore Mundi was actually a painting by Leonardo da Vinci.
Photographer Katie Orlinsky was based in Mexico and she saw that women were caught up in the drug wars and began to document it.
Dick explores the details of a cold case that caught the eye of a crime writer for Law and Order.
We hear from Basque sheepherders about their cooking traditions that came from their work out west, including burying a Dutch oven in the ground and stewing lamb.
Map maker Dave Imus set out to create a better map of the U.S. - one that delineates the states and rivers and forests with more clarity.
A photographer documents the edges of a country – where North Korea borders South Korea and China.
Today we share a story of an escape from Tibet in 1959 as a family and their children walked across the Himalayas.
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