Listen to Krista's conversation with Riah Abu El-Assal, the Anglican Bishop of Jerusalem, who is a Palestinian Arab and an Israeli citizen. He describes his various experiences serving as a Christian priest in the Holy Land.
Shortly after the 9/11 attacks, Krista spoke with Halevi about the nature of fundamentalism. Listen to 20 minutes of that conversation, which might have new meaning today after five years of conflict.
A 2003 dharma talk by Thich Nhat Hanh during a morning meditation session at The Green Lake Conference Center in Wisconsin.
Here you can download an mp3 of Mukonyora introducing us to the songs of the Masowe Apostles. And, if you like, a compilation of 12 songs.
We can't include all of Krista's interview in an hour of radio. And, this week, we could only fit one of two interviews into the program. So, we're giving you a chance to download mp3s of both conversations in their entirety. Or, listen to smaller, digestible portions of Friedmann Marquardt's interview.
About 5,000 spirituals, which are distinguished from gospel songs in part because their authors are unknown, are known to exist today. Those songs, Carter says, played a large part in shaping American music of all genres in the 20th century. In this Listening Room, you can listen to Carter's commentary on each spiritual, his in-studio performance, and the performances of other musicians' renditions of that same song.
From the cutting room floor, listen to clips that we couldn't fit into the radio program:
From the cutting room floor, listen to clips from our interviews with Freeman Dyson and Paul Davies that we couldn't fit into the radio program.
Listen to these unheard clips from Krista's interviews with Joan Brown Campbell and Thomas Hoyt: