We listen to Stephane Wrembel in his own words. He speaks about his personal guitar hero, Django Reinhardt, and how that is the foundation for his film score for the Woody Allen Movie, "Midnight in Paris."
Roman Mars explores the idea of an innovative monument to free speech
Dick speaks with Dianne Dwyer Modestini, the art restorer who discovered a painting by Salvatore Mundi was actually a painting by Leonardo da Vinci.
Author Salman Rushdie talks about running from his death sentence in Iran.
A reading by poet Martin Espada.
Sean speaks with Kelly Sue DeConnick, who writes the character Carol Danvers, a.k.a. Ms. Marvel, for Marvel Comics. We hear about her military background and recent uniform tweak.
Dick speaks with Ashley Bryan, best known for his children's books, about the Harlem Renaissance, Black American spirituals, and the power of voice.
Author G. Neri reads a passage from his book about a boy named Marcus, "Chess Rumble."
Robert Battle wore leg braces as a child, and now is director of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. He calls his work a way to "testify."
We listen in to the poetic quoting that Carol Muske-Dukes was taught by her mother.
The New York literary scene was wowed a couple of weeks ago when poet Nikky Finney accepted a National Book Award for her book, "Head Off & Split".
Dick speaks to paper plane folder John Collins about his intention to break the Guinness Book of world records for the longest distance a paper glider will go.
Jonathan Trappe flies with clusters of multi-colored helium balloons. He talks about what it's like to be up high, in silence.
Roman Mars shares his thoughts about the title sequences of big movies.
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