Sunday, November 22, 2009

From Across The Yard: November 22, 2009

This episode, the last of the year, will be up soon!

Thanks to our host, Allan Bradley.

This week:
  • Ted Kennedy's Seat - Elizabeth Bloom interviews Harvard student Kenzie Bok, president-elect of the Harvard Institute of Politics and a Democratic State Committeewoman for Massachusetts, on the best candidate for Kennedy's Senate seat.
  • Poet Charles Bernstein visits Harvard's Woodberry Poetry Room. Daniel Gross reports.
  • Pirate Radio - Abigail Lind reviews the new movie Pirate Radio.
  • Patricia Parker - Dennis Raimondi speaks with Parker, the founder of KIDS FOR KIDS, which helps children living in remote villages in Darfur, on his show Speaking Freely. (Listen to the entire interview here.) (Edited by Alyce de Carteret.)
Listen again next week!

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