Bruce Gulland and Megan Nollet talk about the interesting art and life of the Italian painter Artemisia Gentileschi.
In recognition of the UN's "International Day for Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation" or "FGM", Bruce Gulland and Liz Waid tell about a woman who is working to stop the tradition of FGM in her community.
Colin Lowther and Megan Nollet tell us about Arunachalam Muruganantham, a man in India who was brave enough to do something most men would not want to do in order to make an important and practical way to help women in his country.
In recognition of the UN's "World Basketball Day", Liz Waid and Colin Lowther tell about Manute Bol. He was a successful basketball player in the United States. But he also worked in his home country of Sudan.
Marina Santee and Roger Basick talk about Agitu Gudeta and the incredible influence she had during her short life in a country that was not her own.
In recognition of the UN’s “International Day of Persons with Disabilities”, Nick Page and Liz Waid tell Dan Eley’s story. After a terrible accident, he could not walk. Now, he is building a new life.
Do you enjoy reading poems? Have you ever written a poem? Have you read anything by Emily Dickinson? Bruce Gulland and Megan Nollet share about the interesting and difficult life of the American poet, Emily Dickinson.
Megan Nollet and Bruce Gulland talk about the man who revolutionized the auto industry in America. But they also talk about a something in his past that sheds a different light on his life.
Mike Procter and Liz Waid tell about clockmaker John Harrison. He invented a way for ships to know their East-West position at sea.