Dick Gordon speaks with longtime Boston Marathon announcer and runner Kathrine Switzer. She was covering the event on Monday and witnessed the explosions. She says the event may have been targeted because it is a symbol of freedom.
"Mango" by Bruce Cockburn
Producer Phoebe Judge talks to Katherine Switzer about an amateur coach, a feisty official, and a race that helped change running for women in America.
A first-term Congressmen - a plumber - tells us what he thinks he can accomplish.
The Greek magazine editor who published a list of people skirting taxes with bank accounts in Switzerland tells Dick about his arrest for violating privacy.
A woman who is criticizing President Obama after his lackluster debate with Governor Mitt Romney.
A listener from California, Jamie Flower, tells his story of the moment politics became personal for him.
A young interruptor tells us about his work anticipating and stopping violence in Chicago.
Dick speaks with Brian Nelson, who was convicted of armed robbery and murder, and spent 12 consecutive years in solitary confinement at a the Tamms Supermax Prison in Illinois.
Regular guest Reuben Jackson says the Trayvon Martin murder reminded him of the talk his parents gave him when he was young man - his father didn't want him being misunderstood or hurt.
Dick talks with Jeff Stein who writes the Spy Talk blog in Washington, a city he says is rife with spies.
Dick speaks with 23-year-old Mayor Alex Morse, who has been running Holyoke, Mass., for a year.
Mandy Henk has made the long trek this fall from Indiana to lend her skills as a librarian for the library that’s been set up in Zuccotti Park, the center of the Occupy Wall Street protests in downtown Manhattan.
When Kimberly Wasserman learned that health problems and death were tied to the smokestacks in her Chicago neighborhood, she started going door to door and got them shut down.
Writer Christopher Hanson details a campaign to get journalist Edward Kennedy recognition for reporting on the end of World War II.
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