Howard University Provost Anthony Wutoh talks about alumna Kamala Harris' vice presidential nomination. Virginia House Majority Leader Charniele Herring previews the upcoming special session focusing on criminal justice. And D.C. Councilmember Charles Allen talks about the spike of gun violence in the District.
Books are a great travel companion — endlessly interesting and rarely the wrong size. So whether you’re looking to pass time on a plane trip or purchase the perfect gift for your boss, join Kojo for this season’s book recommendations. And share your favorite reads of 2009 with other book lovers.
- Alan Cheuse Book Reviewer, All Things Considered; Author, "A Trance After Breakfast;" Author, "To Catch the Lightning: A Novel of American Dreaming"; and University Professor of Writing at George Mason University
- Robin Whitten Editor and Founder, AudioFile (a print & online magazine)
- Daphne Gaskins Manager, Reiter's Books
Most Recent Shows
The doctors are here to advise. Public health experts Dr. Travis Gayles and Dr. Leana Wen join us to share their expertise and answer your essential questions.
The Republican governor of Maryland writes about bipartisanship during political divisiveness, the 2015 Baltimore protests and beating cancer. We'll hear what Maryland journalists think of the book.
It takes a Senate super majority to make D.C. a state. These statehood advocates say that must change.