Discussing the book "A Passion of Poland: From Solidarity Through the State of War" with the author Lawrence Weschler.
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 the book "India, India" and interviewing the author Lisa Hobbs.
Interviewing a retired workingman Karl Selander while Studs was in Sweden.
Studs Terkel interviews Sweden Prime Minister Olaf Palme at the House of Parliament. They discuss socialist political viewpoints and touch on a large variety of subjects. Major topics include work environment, working women, issues of ordinary people, industrialism, the post-industrial society, technology, and communities. Studs gives a short post script to inform listeners about the arrest of five journalists in Sweden, who were charged with exposing information about a secret police called the Information Branch. It was said that they jeopardized Sweden's security.
Reading "Report from an English Village" and interviewing the author Ronald Blythe while Studs was in London.