Len Rowell interviews Dr. Jack Mayer, physician and writer. Through pictures and words, he reflects upon his book “Before the Court of Heaven”; a work of historic fiction dealing with the fall of the Weimar democracy and the rise of the Third Reich. The conversation speaks to the critical issues of that day, and our own time. Recorded: 12/8/17
Len Rowell interviews Katie Gillespie, practitioner of stand up comedy and researcher manager. Katie speaks of how a shy girl becomes fascinated by this outlet and what stand up contributes to life. Recorded: 11/12/17
Kristen Hoving – Curator, Professor, History of Art and Architecture – describes the exhibition “Land and Lens” drawn mainly from the museum’s collection of photographs, and speaks of the creation of a unique digital catalogue. Recorded: 10/9/17
Faith Gong – new board member for Ilsley Public Library – shares deep attachments with the library for herself and children, and offers hopes and expectations for library and its life in the community. Recorded: 10/4/17
Kate McGowan – executive for Addison County United Way, speaks about the influence of stories in her life, and the importance of stories in the collaborative efforts for which she provides guidance. Recorded 5/30/17.
Producer: Len Rowell
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