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:https://www.withgoodreasonradio.org/vfhradio-audio/wgr/2008/12/cooganwebextra.mp3] Evans Hopkins’ diary that he wrote for Slate.com from prison in 1997
Tim Seibles reads his original poem, ‘Revenge of the Oysters’ [audio:https://www.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:https://www.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:https://www.withgoodreasonradio.org/vfhradio-audio/wgr/2008/11/memories-of-pregnancy-feature-for-wgr.mp3]