Using detective skills worthy of Sherlock Holmes, a Virginia historian has pieced together clues to show that John Henry, the “Steel Drivin’ Man” of song–may be more flesh-and-blood than myth. … More»
With Halloween just around the corner, a young man’s fancy turns to…scary movies. Producer Nancy King explores what horrifies us at the movies. [audio:https://www.withgoodreasonradio.org/files/2008/10/20081024horror.mp3]
Hear Empire Magazine’s ten worst movie accents, including Charlton Heston as a Mexican: https://www.withgoodreasonradio.org/files/2008/10/weinberger_tenworseaccents.mp3 GMU’s Speech Accent Archive hosts hundreds of different accents of English… More»
Hear how Dan Cristol can elicit instant feedback from all of his students in huge lecture sessions. https://www.withgoodreasonradio.org/files/2008/10/20081010birdextra.mp3 Nominate a Remarkable Tree!
Four years of research has culminated in a new book that showcases the beauty, variety, and history of Virginia’s trees. Nancy King, with the radio program “With Good Reason,” caught… More»
In the past 24-months, more and more American businesses have hopped on board the “green” bandwagon. Nancy King, with the radio program “With Good Reason,” says the University of Virginia’s… More»
Former CIA Inspector General Frederick Hitz (now at the University of Virginia’s Law School) talks about America’s interrogation techniques after September 11. https://www.withgoodreasonradio.org/mp3/2008/September/hitz-after-911.mp3 Frederick Hitz on the CIA and… More»