In preparing for our interview, Meredith Monk sent us a list of songs she's recorded over the decades that she finds most meaningful to her. Stream and listen to all eleven tracks.
We chose some of our favorite poems and stories, as told by Kevin Kling, for you to listen to and savor. Feel free to download them and share with your friends and family!
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 the stories from Caroline Keem who found forgiveness in an email flame chain and Madeline Bialecki who learned that the act of forgiving may be accepting people at their word.
Includes: "Sufism and the Whirling Dervishes", "Pregnant with God", and "The Eccentricity of Shams".
For a limited time, download songs performed by Ms. Cash during our interview!
In these Web-exclusive interviews, Krista speaks with Kayvon Modjarrad and Tracy Gaudet, two doctors who are exploring new aspects of integrative medicine. They are leading a burgeoning movement that's discovering alternative, complementary approaches to traditional Western medicine.
Listen to segments of Krista's interview with David Dollahite. Here, he speaks about his personal faith and family, his research on the role faith plays in family's lives, and raising a child with special needs.
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.
In February 2009, NewGround participants teamed up, two by two, and asked each other questions about their time in the program — the struggles and the joys, the memories and the ideas that changed them. StoryCorps recorded these conversations and we selected clips to give you a better idea of the scope of this interfaith dialogue.