Believe it or not, we celebrated the 4th anniversary of the show in early January. In honor of that, we're rebroadcasting four shows that were favorites of ours. Starting on February 1, we'll air the interview with Victor Lodato on cross-generational friendship. The link to his piece is below in the Newsflash. The 8th will feature Anne Karpf on aging while female. On the 15th, we'll air Margaret Morganroth Gullette on processing the election. On the 22nd, we'll air our interview with Sea Shepherd Captain Paul Watson on activism. Finally, on the first of March, we will air our final summary show.
After much thought, over four years, and over 200 shows, we've decided to end the program. We hope you've enjoyed it as much as we have. We are very grateful for all we have learned, the wonderful people we've met, and you, the listeners. As always, thanks for listening, and please do stay in touch!
You can still listen live on KHSU, listen here on our website, or subscribe to/download/or simply listen to our podcast. We are also now in iTunes! As always, in whatever manner you listen, we're grateful.
NEWSFLASH! We interviewed author Victor Lodato about his New York Times Modern Love piece that he wrote about his cross-generational friendship with an amazing woman named Austin. That piece is now available as a free podcast, read by actor Ali Fazal who currently stars with Judi Dench in Victoria and Abdul. It's well worth a listen. You can listen now at: WBUR.org/modernlove, but it will be on iTunes and Stitcher, as well as nytimes.com/modernlove.