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Lucille Harris’ Key Signature

Sunday, September 26th, 2010

Lucille Harris discovered early on that she could say more through the language of music than the language of words. As a pianist, organist, and teacher of music for 40 years, she has emulated Brahms in the way she has composed her life, “giving every voice something important to do.” In her retirement from Wake [...]

Carl Harris’ Greek Life

Sunday, September 19th, 2010

It was all Greek to Dr. Carl Harris. He taught the classical language at the university level for 40 years, 33 of them at Wake Forest University. Listen as he describes his passion for the Greek language and his insights on the meaning of education in today’s world. Share/Save

Tim Storey – Democracy’s Lab Tech

Sunday, September 12th, 2010

Tim Storey is a Senior Fellow with the National Conference of State Legislatures in Denver, Colorado.  For over twenty years he has provided expertise to state governments in the areas of elections, redistricting, and legislative organization and management. He has also given technical assistance to parliaments in Pakistan, Nigeria, Ghana, Egypt, Algeria and the Iraq [...]

Walter Harrelson – Bringing Two Worlds Together

Sunday, September 5th, 2010

Dr. Walter Harrelson taught at Andover Newton Theological School, The University of Chicago Divinity School and was 30 years at Vanderbilt University Divinity School where he served as Dean for several years. He has written numerous books and articles on the Hebrew scriptures and other literature of the ancient Near East, was on the translation [...]

Fine Tuning With Larry Dotson

Sunday, August 29th, 2010

In an age of electronic keyboards and synthesizers, Larry Dotson is among the last of what some might call a dying breed – the cadre of piano tuners and technicians who keep acoustic pianos alive and well. Listen to hear how his passion for pianos has not dwindled in the least bit, even as the [...]

Amy Holtgreive Storey Goes Boldly

Sunday, August 22nd, 2010

Amy Holtgreive Storey is a freelance writer for Accenture, a global corporation blazing trails on the frontier of technology. Amy brings a playful spirit to the professional world and describes how an English major landed the ideal job in the land of big business. Share/Save

Carl Harris’ Greek Life

Thursday, August 19th, 2010

You could say that it was all Greek to Carl Harris. Dr. Harris taught Greek for 40 years at the university level, 33 of those years at Wake Forest University. Listen and you’ll hear some profound insights, as he eloquently describes  his passion for language as well as the difficult questions that have faced educators [...]

Ed Christman – Deacon for Life

Sunday, August 15th, 2010

Ed Christman spent over 50 years on the campus of Wake Forest University, beginning as a student, then moving into his role as Assistant Chaplain and University Chaplain. Listen to him describe his call to ministry and the way he found the extraordinary in ordinary, everyday conversations. Hear him describe the inspiration of sacred space [...]

Join Us Here Each Week My Friend – Starting August 15

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

Sit right back and you’ll hear a tale – a tale of a fateful and faithful life well-lived – as I talk with someone each week who has figured out how to make a living doing what they love. (Pod)Castaways will come to you every Sunday, with short interviews of people ranging from lawyer to [...]

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