Reda Reynolds’ father, John S. Weil, lived in Frankfurt Germany before coming to the United States in 1936. He married in 1938 and served in the Army as a German POW interrogator during World War II. Reda was born in New York in 1939, and she starts this conversation with her husband Kelly by relating an early memory of time spent with her father.
Music Credits:Width of the World, Tin Hat Trio, Helium, Angel Records
Some observers are "banking" on stem cell research as the source for the next major medical breakthrough. What kind of stem cell research holds the most promise? Who stands to gain the most? Will the political winds in Florida play a role in this controversial endeavor? We explore the issue with our guests.
In 1996 Judith Viener was involved in a cycling accident. She suffered a traumatic brain injury that impacted her career, her personal relationships and her day-to-day life. Judith speaks with her friend Laura Bamond about the accident, her recovery and her outlook from this point forward.
Music Credits:Breeze of Nostalgia, Ali Jihad Racy, Mystical Legacies, Lyrichord Discs, Inc.