Dick speaks with Texas businessman Jim Hays, who commissioned a novel about the succession of Texas to make his point about federal rules and regulations that he thinks are too heavy handed. The novel is called "Don't Mess With Travis."
"Parchman Blues" by Tangle Eye
Nate DiMeo tells a story about the "Mad Gasser."
Dick speaks with Toby and Itzhak Perlman about their marriage of 46 years, and how they met at music camp and became friends listening to classical music on records.
Dick speaks with MacArthur fellow Claire Chase about her passion to push the flute beyond traditional notes.
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.
The spat between Lady Sovereign and a jelly donut.
Listeners respond to Dick’s request for stories about music.
Dick explores the details of a cold case that caught the eye of a crime writer for Law and Order.
Ken Dufalla watches for fish kills and chemicals in the water from coal and fracking sites in Green County, Pa.
Author Carter Sickels reads from his novel.
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