When Jesse Thorn's college radio show got picked up for national distribution by Public Radio International in 2007, he became the youngest national host in public radio history.
How has baseball changed Washington DC? What does the NFL draft tells us about society in general? And, what’s going to happen in the Wizards “Win or Go Home” appearance in this week’s NBA Playoffs. It’s Sporting Views, the thinking person’s sports show.
- Milton Kent Columnist, The Baltimore Sun
- George Solomon Columnist and former Sports Editor, The Washington Post; Shirley Povich Professor, Phillip Merrill College of Journalism, University of Maryland; also former ESPN Ombudsman
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