Kathryn Tucker Windham

Arts & Life
9:51 am
Sun October 30, 2005

Listen to Alabama Life from 10-30-2005

Now that Harriet Miers has taken herself out of consideration for a seat on the Supreme Court, people are talking about the qualifications they'd like to see in the President's next choice. We'll see what some senators in Washington are saying, including Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions.

Also, we have a report on former governor Don Siegelman's indictment on charges of bribery, extortion and racketeering.

Listen to some of the people who attended a memorial service for Rosa Parks who talk about what an inspiration she was to them.

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Arts & Life
10:39 am
Sun October 23, 2005

Listen to Alabama Life from 10-23-2005

The U.S. Secretary of State came home for a visit and lecture. Condoleeza Rice visited the University of Alabama and talked about growing up in Alabama and how the nation overcame segregation. Listen to some of her comments on this edition of Alabama Life. We'll also look at the APR Events Calendar and hear from the storyteller Kathryn Tucker Windham.

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Arts & Life
1:13 pm
Sun October 16, 2005

Listen to Alabama Life from 10-16-2005

From the Westervelt-Warner Museum to the Kentuck Arts Festival to the APR Events Calender, this is the ART edition of Alabama Life.

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Arts & Life
12:59 pm
Sun October 9, 2005

Listen to Alabama Life from 10-9-05

Tune in for a quick history lesson on this episode of Alabama Life. Learn more about the beginnings of public radio and more about how Alabama Public Radio came to be. Plus the storyteller tells about the Tale Tellin' Festival that happens each year in Selma, Alabama. Kathyrn Tucker Windham was there when it got started, and previews the event happening October 14 and 15.

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Arts & Life
10:40 am
Sun September 25, 2005

Listen to Alabama Life from 9-25-2005

A dear friend and long-time supporter of Alabama Public Radio passed away recently. We remember Joyce Mahan today and listen back to an essay she wrote for APR. Also, the Birmingham Post-Herald printed its last issue on September 23. Our news director has a conversation with its editor and president. David Duff, our classical host, reads Vivaldi's Autumn sonnet from the Four Seasons. Fall brings back childhood memories for storyteller Kathyrn Tucker Windham. Plus we have another look at the APR Events Calendar.

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Arts & Life
3:46 pm
Sun September 18, 2005

Listen to Alabama Life from 9-18-2005

September 17 was US Constitution Day, designed to educate the public about the constitution of the United States. It was ratified more than two centuries ago. Now another constitutional debate is occurring, but this time in Iraq. Many Iraqis in America are hoping to cast their vote. One of them is a professor at Jacksonville State University in Calhoun County, Alabama. Also, storyteller and author Kathryn Tucker Windham remembers Joe Smitherman, former mayor of Selma, Alabama. Plus we have a look at the APR Events calendar.

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