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Ogden Nash Revealed  (aired 2/2/2006)
"Candy is dandy but liquor is quicker". You may have heard this before and laughed, but like so many other wonderful poems, it has become such a part of American culture that many cannot even remember the source. Well, the author was Ogden Nash. While his verse was often witty and humorous there was also a somber side to his story. Who was Ogden Nash? And why do we still read his work?

Books to Please, Part Two  (aired 4/28/2005)
In today’s fast, computerized environment, good books are sometimes forgotten. Not so for Michael Dirda, a lover of literature since his childhood in a working class town in the Midwest. A Pulitzer Prize winning book critic for the Washington Post, Dirda says that there are wonderful books that people from all walks of life can read and enjoy. Today, he will share some of those with us. What is the state of America’s great literature?

Books to Please, Part One  (aired 4/21/2005)
In today’s fast, computerized environment, good books are sometimes forgotten. Not so for Michael Dirda, a lover of literature since his childhood in a working class town in the Midwest. A Pulitzer Prize winning book critic for the Washington Post, Dirda says that there are wonderful books that people from all walks of life can read and enjoy. Today, he will share some of those with us. What is the state of America’s great literature?

Frederick Hart: Shaping the Culture  (aired 8/23/2001)
Through modern art’s many fads and phases, Frederick Hart has remained dedicated to sculpture that reflects what he terms the "nobility of the human spirit."

Is Contemporary Art, Art?  (aired 3/24/1995)
Today Artists are pushing new limits. Has art become too abstract? Too political? Too obscene? Should the federal government pay for it? Think Tank attempts to answer, what is contemporary art and what makes it important or different?


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