Leon Fleisher was a pianist from early on. As a child prodigy, he played Carnegie Hall at the age of 16. Then, at his prime, he lost the use of two fingers on his right hand. He thought his career was over. Now, back at the piano, he’s redefined the meaning of perfection.
Dick speaks with Mary Simon, president of Canada’s national Inuit organization, the Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami. Simon grew up in a rural Quebecois trading post without roads, and now travels constantly representing 55,000 Inuit from the country’s northernmost reaches.