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December 9, 2010
Charles Stephen interviews Vince Goeres about his book "Wings Over Nebraska" an illustrated hisory of early flight in Nebraska, filled with photos from the collection at the Nebraska Historical Society.
December 2, 2010
Guest reviewer Don Hanway looks at "Sick Like That" by Norman Green, a crime novel with a twist--the two main characters who are women. And Charles Stephen reviews "Deadly Spin" by Wendell Potter. This book is a tell-all account of the medical insurance industry from a former spin-doctor.
November 18, 2010
Guest reviewer Barbara Rixstein looks at "Unbroken" by Laura Hillenbrand. The true story of a World War II bombardier who was shot down over the Pacific and survived 47 days adrift, only to make land at a Japanese POW camp. Then, Charles Stephen reviews "Hub Fans Bid Kid Adieu: John Updike on Ted... more››
November 11, 2010
"Going Home to Glory" by David Eisenhower is a light but insightful memoir of Dwight D Einsenhower's post-presidential life written by his grandson. Also reviewed, David Baldacci's "Hell's Corner," a fast-moving thriller with a sometimes preposterous story line.
November 4, 2010
Guest reviewer Bruce Stephen looks at "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks," the true story of the woman whose cancer cells were cultured in the 1950s without her knowledge, which went on to help forward medical research for decades to come. Also reviewed, "Why Mahler?," a look at the growing... more››
October 28, 2010
Charles Stephen reviews "Jane Addams: Spirit in Action," by Louise Knight, a biography of the Nobel Prize-winning activist which traces her life as a champion of progressive causes from free speech, women's suffrage, and labor rights to world peace. Also reviewed: "The John Lardner Reader," a... more››
October 21, 2010
Guest reviewer Deb Stephen looks at "Percival's Planet," from Michael Byers, a character-rich novel about the discovery of the planet Pluto during depression-era America.
October 14, 2010
Charles Stephen reviews "The Icarus Syndrome," by Peter Beinart, an examination of American foreign policy errors and hubris. Also reviewed, "The World Almanac For Kids" a scattered collection of facts and lists for young readers.
October 7, 2010
Charles Stephen interviews Nebraska State Poet William Kloefkorn on the release of a new collection of his poety entitled "Swallowing the Soap."
September 30, 2010
Charles Stephen and his guest David Williams discuss "Wolf Hall," a brilliant new novel by Hilary Mantel set against the backdrop of Henry the Eighth's England.

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