Mohamed ElBaradei, former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, has become an important face in the crowds of millions who are protesting in Egypt. Laban Coblentz is his former speech writer, and he's helping ElBaradei write his upcoming memoir. Laban has traveled with ElBaradei, and he helped him think through his Nobel Award speech in 2005. Laban talks with Dick Gordon about his friend and former colleague. Also in this episode, I heart the Faroe Islands. And a warrior thinks bringing a shovel to iraq isa more powerful than a fun. And a listener story about marriage.