Four years later.
Christine's funeral causes tension between Maya and Charlie while Michael reveals to June the real reason their marriage fell apart. TRANSCRIPT: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1umNRSTOB-0JW7DZTDX1rjFgxeHnV2mFX/view?usp=sharing
Inspired by Langston Hughes poem Harlem and Lorraine Hansberry's "A Raisin in the Sun", Deferred is an episodic radio play that follows the residents and staff of 20 Sahara Drive. A community rocked by a tragic loss and deadly virus leaving their lives and dreams changed forever. What happens when your dream is deferred? How do you move forward? DIGITAL PROGRAM: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BwDq0dhgGHTpR6BIKU6SJQVepS0RTxpC/view?usp=sharing
- Episode 1: Meet the residents and staff of 20 Sahara Drive, trying to rebuild their lives after immense change due to a deadly virus that wreaked havoc on the world. TRANSCRIPT: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yN8YT756Nmw8cYQnBVNdZNwpTMgHW5Kc/view?usp=sharing
Caleb Driesman interviews Professor Thomas Vicino on the past, present, and future of White Flight. Learn how banks utilized racism for profit, and why people move to the suburbs to start families.
In this episode, Nick Scipione talks with a doctor about retrograde cricopharyngeus dysfunction (R-CPD), which is a medical condition that renders you unable to burp. Maybe you or a friend has had R-CPD this whole time and never known? Listen in and find out.
Susanna Maize and Hannah Rosman discuss the legendary art heist from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, where the paintings might be today, and how they REALLY should have pulled off the crime.