Sister Helen Prejean, famous for her eloquent words and witness against the death penalty, calls in from Louisiana. Best known as the author of Dead Man Walking, she is also the author of The Death of Innocents: An Eyewitness Account of Wrongful Executions.
In the second half of the show, we talk with William C. Hammond, author of the novel A Matter of Honor, a maritime novel set in the days of the American Revolution, and quiz him mercilessly about various historical events.
Hull, Dakota Dave : New Shirt Craven, Joe : Soldiers of Joy Helm, Levon : The Girl I Left Behind Jansch, Bert : The Blackbird of Mullamore Van Ronk, Dave : Gaslight Rag Haggard, Merle : Blues Stay Away from Me Peltoniemi, Eric : Stiff and Bitter Wind Jones, Bill : Two Year Winter Floyd, El-Zee : Snowbound and Blue Hegamin, Lucille her Dixie Daisies : Cold Cold Winter Blues
The first day of Hanukkah finds Doug interviewing Frank London of The Klezmatics – who have released two CD’s of Woody Guthrie material including Happy Joyous Hanukkah AND are coming to the Cedar Cultural Center this Sunday.