Sedge Thomson presents Memory, Speech, and Movement - Freedoms   # 1212



WILLIAM BENNETT TURNER - author of Figures of Speech: First Amendment Heroes and Villains, exploring the colorful cast of characters who have played roles in important First Amendment controversies.


CHARLES YU, author of the award-winning novel How To Live Safely In A Science Fictional Universe, about the adventures of a time-machine mechanic.


OSCAR HIJUELOS -- A story of perserverance, immigration and imagination - the first Hispanic to win the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, author of The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love, and his memoir, Thoughts Without Cigarettes. Oscar died in 2013 yet his story of immigration is pertinent today.  A lovely conversation.


KEVIN KELLY - former executive editor of Wired Magazine, and a man who knows What Technology Wants.


The GREENCARDS -- Australian immigrants based in Texas 


TANGO #9 - The Astor Piazzola reincarnation


MARSHALL CHAPMAN - The rollicking singer song writer



David Gans and the Rowan Brothers bring us their improvisational approach to the music of the Beatles.RUBBER SOLDIERS - The Rowan Brothers and David Gans channel the Beatles


MIKE GREENSILL at the piano