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Discussing the book "Family web: a story of India" with the author Sarah Hobson.
Interviewing Swedish authors Margarite Ekstrom and Per Wastberg while Studs was in Sweden.
Interviewing former Swedish Prime Minister Tage Erlander while Studs was in Sweden.
Interviewing Ulla, a Finnish girl living in Stockholm; Karl Selander; and Thomas Cremer, an ombudsman for Swedish Laplanders, while Studs was in Sweden.
Discussing the book "An orphan in history: retrieving a Jewish legacy" with the author Paul Cowan.
Discussing India and interviewing James Cameron while Studs was in London, England.
Discussing observations and experiences as a medical practioner in Vietnam and then Central America, principally, El Salvador with Charlie Clements M.D.
Reading "Report from an English Village" and interviewing the author Ronald Blythe while Studs was in London.
Interviewing with Mrs. Joe Gaynell Begley while Studs was in Blackey, Kentucky.
Discussing Sierra Leone, the Peace Corps, and interviewing the Collier Family, Dr. Kawalak, and Augustine Stevens. They also discuss the languages, culture, religion, and history of Sierra Leone. Includes clips of African music (from Sierra Leone).
Discussing Sierra Leone and interviewing the Collier Family, Dr. Kawalak and Augustine Stevens. They also discuss the languages, culture, religion, and history of Sierra Leone. Includes a clips of Sierra Leone (African music).
An interview with Maria Kuncewicz about her book of fiction, "Don Quixote and the Nannies" and how this book reflects her travels to Spain and her personal observations, memories, and experiences. The story reflects the freedom and beauty that people want today post WWII. Kuncewicz tells her experience as a child with nannies and a particular event that helped inspire her writing. She speaks about authority and author, Miquel de Cervantes. Kuncewicz also talks about the people of Spain and how they reflect different Don Quixote characters.