August 28, 2014
Earlier this week, an Al Qaeda affiliate released American journalist Theo Curtis. This news comes just after the tragic death of reporter James Foley. We’ll look at how the current global climate has changed foreign reporting, and we’ll talk to a veteran journalist who’s reported from the killing fields of Cambodia to the mountains of Afghanistan
May 6, 2014
Cars that drive themselves and drones that bring us the news may seem like things you’d see in a science fiction movie, but they are very real in today’s society. On this week’s Tech Tuesday, we’ll look at how new technologies are standing up to established laws and catch up on the latest gadgets.
January 16, 2014
For forty-two years Joe Hallett has brought breaking news to his readers, but time flies when you’re staring down a deadline, and he’s decided to call it quits. Mostly. This hour we’ll give Joe a warm radio sendoff and take a look at his northwest Ohio roots and the career that took him around the world.
July 4, 2013
From his announcement of President Kennedy’s death, to his introduction of the Beatles to the U.S., to his coverage of the Tet Offensive, journalist Walter Cronkite left an indelible mark on the news world and on the country’s consciousness. We’ll talk to Cronkite’s grandson and to his biographer about the iconic broadcaster’s wartime years.
October 27, 2010
The journalistic ethics issues raised by NPRâ€™s dismissal of news analyst Juan Williams.
July 17, 2010
Bob Greene talks about working for the Columbus Citizen-Journal, and the plight of peregrine falcons nesting in downtown Columbus
April 7, 2010
The future of journalism and news organizations in the U.S.
February 15, 2010
The 1980 â€œMiracle on Iceâ€ U.S. hockey team, and their legendary hockey coach Herb Brooks
January 27, 2010
The current crisis in journalism, and possible solutions
October 26, 2009
CBS â€œ60 Minutesâ€ Contributing Correspondent Byron Pitts talks about overcoming a childhood filled with obstacles to achieve enormous success as a journalist