April 18, 2015
Pre-recorded Special - Show 1110
Tune in as we present some freshly recorded interviews from this week. SEDGE welcomes:
SCOTT SIMON, the beloved NPR host joins us with his spirited and inspiring new memoir in the wake of his mother's death Unforgettable: A Son, A Mother, and Lessons of a Lifetime.
COURTNEY MAUM, whose debut novel I Am Having So Much Fun Here Without You is a reverse love story, following a failed monogamist attempting to woo his wife back and answer the question: Is it really possible to fall back in love with your spouse?
THOR HANSON, biologist and author of the fascinating new account The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses and Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History.
THE SATURDAY GIANT, a one-man "Art-Rock" band from Columbus, Ohio.
April 25, 2015
Pre-recorded Special - Show 1111
This week, for our 1111th show, we present a special fresh from London! SEDGE welcomes:
REBECCA HUNT with her thrilling new novel Everland, the story of two Antarctic journeys a century apart: the first, in 1913, in the three-masted Kismet, and the second in 2012.
BEN AARONOVITCH whose novel The Rivers of London (Midnight Riot in the US) follows Peter Grant, a young officer who is recruited into a small branch of the Metropolitan Police that deals with magic and the supernatural.
CAMILLA GODDARD, urban beekeeper who started Capital Bee, an ethical business set up in response to the current critical shortage of honey bee colonies in Britain.
MAY 2, 2015
Travel Special - Show 1112
This week we bring you a special compilation on the theme of Travel and Travel Writing, with plenty of humor aboard! SEDGE welcomes: