Samaria Graham, an actress, talks about the time she spent with children's author Maurice Sendak as they worked together on the play based on Sendak's work “Really Rosie.” She says that Sendak loved children more than adults.
Joseph Shabalala tells the story of how music comes to him in his dreams.
Annie Leibovitz tells Phoebe Judge about the project that saved her. She's calling it Pilgrimage.
Roman Mars of 99% Invisible explores how common languages might help stop hate and factionalism.
Music and conversation about an improvisational collaboration between a pianist and a violinist.
The story of a photo of the Cincinnati River in 1848.
Dick speaks with Jeffrey Yang, a poet who has translated the works of imprisoned Chinese Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo.
Dick speaks with Ashley Bryan, best known for his children's books, about the Harlem Renaissance, Black American spirituals, and the power of voice.
We hear the story of an American folk song, "This Land is Your Land."
Anna Schuleit is a MacArthur Genius Award winner. Her dramatic, large scale work is often based on things like abandoned buildings, and the remnants of war.
Dick speaks with Alison Feigh, whose classmate Jacob Wetterling was abducted in 1989 and never found. She now works at the National Child Protection Safety Center.
The debate on whether a small Massachusetts town should build a new library.
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