Book: Newspaper Blackout
Date May 2
Book: Newspaper Blackout
Date May 2
Drawing on both new and neglected evidence, this book reconstructs Old John Brown’s aborted “war” to free the 3.8 million slaves in the American South before the Civil War.
Scent of the Missing is the true story of search and rescue
volunteer Susannah Charleson and her rescue dog Puzzle. Together they
forge a close relationship as they search for the lost, missing, and
injured. From the earliest air-scent lessons to her final mastery of
On April 12th, officials will announce their annual selections for one of the most coveted prizes in the world – the Pulitzer Prize. After nearly a century of prize giving, the name “Pulitzer” has become synonymous with quality journalism, book writing, and the arts.
Guest:Professor, Ellen Fitzpatrick
Book: Letter To Jackie
In 1987 Evan Goldstein became the eighth American and youngest ever at the time to pass the prestigious Master Sommelier examination.
Native New Englander Michael Terrien left his home state of Maine and headed west to fish.Fortunately for consumers he ended up getting a degree in wine making from the University of California in Davis. Since the 90's Michael has consultated for many prestigious wineries in addition to running h
Guest: David Walker,former Comptroller General of the United States
From Publishers Weekly
How does national memory determine national heroes? Waugh, a UCLA
history professor, probes the subject in an engaging study of the
making of Ulysses S. Grant's reputation. At the time of his death in
Guest:Philip Pomper, Wesleyan University History Professor and Author.
Date; Sunday February 28
Randy and Lisa Lynch came to wine through their travels in Italy, where the fruit of the vine is typically a complement to a meal-not the centerpiece.
Gordon S. Wood is Alva O. Way University Professor and Professor of History Emeritus at Brown University. His latest book "Empire Of Liberty" a volume in the Oxford History of the United States deals with the period of the early Republic, 1789-1815.
World renowned British historian and author Ian Kershaw’s biography
entitled "Hitler" ranks among the most significant of its kind. In it
Kershaw gives an in-depth analyses of the World War II dictator. From
Since its debut in 1868, The World Almanac and Book of Facts has become the #1 best-selling American reference book of all time. It is the source for essential and authoritative facts for entertainment, reference and learning. The book contains thousands of facts and statistics that
How did a guy from a small minning town in Arizona end up making world
class wines that have been served regularly at the White House over
three administrations? In 1992 Robert Craig started Robert Craig Wines.
From the bestselling presidential biographer, a stirring tale of young men in old planes who achieved the "impossible.": with planes landing and taking off 90 seconds apart supplying the food and fuel and medicines to supply a city of more than two million people by air for
Jake Adelstein is the only American journalist ever to have been admitted to the insular
Tokyo Metropolitan Police Press Club, and with TOKYO VICE: An American Reporter on the Police Beat in Japan (Pantheon Books/October 13, 2009/$26.00), we have his firsthand, revelatory
Guest: Hugh Davies
Schramsberg Vineyards, Napa California
Topic:The Wonderful World of Sparkling Wines
It's that time of year again and like most of you I agonize over what to bring to holiday gatherings. Then I rack my brain thinking of a great gift to give. That's why I invited Ken Mason from Classic Wine Imports in Boston as my guest. Ken is the german wine buyer and spends
Guest: Steve Doerner
Master Winemaker: Cristom Vineyards,Oregon
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