Madalyn Murray discusses her family history, feminism, and theology and how her experiences with those subjects have shaped her worldview.
Discussing "The Good Times are Killing Me," with the author Lynda Barry, Glenda Starr-Kelly, and Lorell Wyatt.
Poet Maya Angelou and journalist Tom Wicker discuss life in the U.S. South and how the region’s history has shaped its culture. Topics of discussion include social dynamics and race in the South, the concept of “home” and what it means to return to one’s roots, and religion in the South. Angelou reads excerpts of her poetry, including “Still I Rise” and “Phenomenal Woman,” and shares spiritual songs from her childhood.
Part 2 of celebrated fim critic Pauline Kael discussing her book "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang" as well as Laurence Olivier, Sidney Poitier, safe roles, older actors, distortion of women's contributions, and Lillian Hellman's frustrations.
Interviewing in Montgomery, Alabama, with Rachel and Sarah (Chicago-area students), a concerned neighbor lady, and host Cliff (part 2).