A Conversation with also airs Saturdays at 3 PM on WKNO2

A Conversation with . . . does not air August 14, 21 or 28 due to special programming


   




 

July 3
A Conversation with Tukufu Zuberi

WKNO producer and host Pierre Kimsey sits down with Dr. Tukufu Zuberi, professor, author and co-host of the PBS series History Detectives. Dr. Zuberi talks about his experiences with the series and a film project on Africa.


 




 

July 10
A Conversation with John Black

Host and producer Pierre Kimsey talks with Germantown resident John Black, who was featured in the public television documentary Portraits from the Home Front: The Story of Elizabeth Black. He is the son of Elizabeth Black, a portrait artist who traveled with the Red Cross sketching soldiers during WWII. A few years ago, in a forgotten trunk, he found his mother’s work remarkably preserved and maintained and shared it with public television to produce a documentary.


   



 

July 17
A Conversation with Wayne Dowdy, pt 2

Pierre Kimsey talks with Wayne Dowdy of the Memphis Public Library and Information Center's history department and Memphis and Shelby County Room about his recently published book On This Day in Memphis History.


 



 

July 24
A Conversation with Captain Larry Brudnicki

Host Pierre Kimsey sits down with retired Coast Guard Captain Larry Brudnicki who led two dramatic rescues during the Perfect Storm. He will talk about his 30-year career and his recent book Real World Management Strategies That Work.


 

 



 

July 31
A Conversation with James Glassman

An interview with Ambassador James K. Glassman, founding executive director of the George W. Bush Institute, a public policy development institution focused on creating independent, non-partisan solutions to America's most pressing public policy problems. Glassman talks about the stock market, the situation in Syria and the impact on the Middle East, and more.

     

 

August 7
A Conversation with John Hunter

Teacher and musician John Hunter is the inventor of the World Peace Game, a hands-on political simulation. The game has now been played around the world, on a four-tiered board. It's the subject of the public television documentary World Peace and Other 4th-Grade Achievements.

 

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