A Conversation with also airs Saturdays at 3 PM on WKNO2


   




 

January 8
A Conversation with R. Scott Williams

WKNO Producer Pierre Kimsey sits down with author R. Scott Williams to discuss his recent book on Memphis native and adventurer Richard Haliburton in The Forgotten Adventures of Richard Halliburton: A High-Flying Life from Tennessee to Timbuktu. Williams graduated from the University of Memphis with a degree in journalism and is now an advertising, marketing and public relations executive in Washington DC, with a passion for researching and recording unpublished stories of the early American South.


 




 

January 15
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.

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January 22
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.

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January 29
A Conversation with Scott Morris

Dr. Scott Morris, a family practice physician and ordained United Methodist minister, founded Memphis' Church Health Center in 1987 to provide quality, affordable healthcare for working, uninsured people and their families. In addition to caring for patients at the Center, Dr. Morris has also become a voice for them. He is a columnist, author of journal articles, and contributor to a number of publications, including a monthly column for The Commercial Appeal. His book, Health Care You Can Live With, shows the relationship between physical health and spiritual well-being.

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