Roman Mars and 99% Invisible consider how architects allow and encourage space.
Alabama-born biologist, E.O. Wilson, returns to Mobile and looks at its spirit and culture.
Katie Davis has vivid memories of a particular Washinton, DC corner store.
Ameena Matthews grew up in the center of one of Chicago's deadliest gangs. After she was shot, her father prepared to take revenge - and her perspective on violence changed.
Dick calls Japanese farmer Mitsuo Sato, who lived close to the Fukushima Daiichi reactor before the tsunami in 2011. He is part of a crew that is decontaminating the soil in his farming community.
Dick tracks down Dotan Negrin, who’s traveling and playing his upright piano in New York City, New Orleans, San Antonio, and all the way through Central America to Panama.
David Schulman’s profile of jazz double bassist Ron Carter.
Robert Macfarlane learns from his long walks. In this reading from his latest book, The Old Ways, he sees footsteps from thousands and thousands of years ago.
Host Dick Gordon speaks with mandolinist Chris Thile about reengineering blue grass to create his own sound.
Andrew Chin, a.k.a. Brushy One-String, has crafted a unique style playing a one-string guitar.
In a patch of eastern Ecuador's Amazon rain forest, a researcher has been looking for treehopper insects that communicate using sound.
Host Dick Gordon speaks with Michelle McNamara, author of the True Crime Diary blog. She and a community of online sleuths have helped detectives take a new look at the Golden State Killer and other cold cases.
Host Dick Gordon speaks with the man traveling the world to record the last speakers of Aramaic.
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