Bothaina Kamel, a longtime television and radio host in Egypt, was her country’s first female presidential candidate until recently. She speaks with Dick about her campaign and how men and women reacted to her bid.
Nicholas Peart, a student at Borough of Manhattan Community College, has been stopped and searched three times by New York City Police officers. He tells Dick he feels he is a target, and that he does not feel safe around police officers.
In a series of jailhouse interviews, Leonardo Notarbartolo told journalist Joshua Davis how he organized a five-person crew to pull off the world’s biggest diamond robbery – and how his escape was undone by a half-eaten salami sandwich.
Long-time scuba diver Rick Allen makes his living as an underwater photographer. Two years ago, he lost his arm in an accident and vowed that it would not stop him from recovering the pirate Blackbeard's ship from the bottom of the ocean. A week and a half ago, he and his crew recovered a cannon and part of a sword. The sword hilt is so fancy; some speculate it may have belonged to Blackbeard himself.
Dick Gordon speaks with WUNC's Morning Edition host Eric Hodge about the end of The Story and his future plans.The final new episode of the show airs Friday, October 11, on WUNC/North Carolina Public Radio. We will continue airing past favorites for several weeeks in many markets around the country.