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Marcia Franklin talks with Kurt Koontz about his book, A Million Steps.
Marcia Franklin continues her conversation with Kurt Koontz about the Camino de Santiago.
Marcia Franklin interviews author Pete Earley about his memoir, “Crazy.”
Marcia Franklin talks with Jac Venza, a pioneer in arts programming.
Former Procter and Gamble CEO John Pepper discusses the need for more preschool.
Marcia Franklin with members of Roadtrip Nation and the College Board.
The challenges and opportunities of researching and treating cancer in a rural state.
A look back at a 1996 speech by Miep Gies, a protector of Anne Frank.
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Marcia Franklin continues her discussion about Roadtrip Nation.
Marcia Franklin talks with her guests about good winter reading.
Marcia Franklin continues her conversation with PBS travel host Rick Steves.
Marcia Franklin talks with author Andrew Aydin about the comic book series, ‘March.’
Marcia Franklin talks with former education commissioners David Driscoll and Eric Smith.
Marcia Franklin continues her conversation with conservationist Shane Mahoney.
Marcia Franklin talks with S.C. Gwynne about his new book on Stonewall Jackson.
Marcia Franklin continues her discussion with the Babcocks about their film on wilderness.
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