Bing Crosby’s “Brother, can you spare a dime?” with pictures of the 1930s.
An excerpt from David Coogan’s upcoming book “Strip Poker; a Writing Workshop at the City Jail” [audio:http://withgoodreasonradio.org/vfhradio-audio/wgr/2008/12/cooganwebextra.mp3] Evans Hopkins’ diary that he wrote for Slate.com from prison in 1997
Professor James Galloway won the 2008 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement, called the Nobel Prize of Environmental Science. Click here to watch Dr. Galloway deliver the 2008… More»
Tim Seibles reads his original poem, ‘Revenge of the Oysters’ [audio:http://withgoodreasonradio.org/vfhradio-audio/wgr/2008/11/revenge-of-the-oysters-tim-siebles.mp3]
H. Gelfand’s recommends you visit the Surfrider Foundation’s website for information about beaches and the environmental condition of the coast.
Scott Nelson on the ‘usefulness’ of songs like “John Henry”:[audio:http://withgoodreasonradio.org/vfhradio-audio/wgr/2008/11/nelson-work-songs.mp3]
Hear Producer Nancy King’s conversation with mothers about memories of their pregnancy: [audio:http://withgoodreasonradio.org/vfhradio-audio/wgr/2008/11/memories-of-pregnancy-feature-for-wgr.mp3]