Radio Hour: Oscar-worthy Acting & Literary Tourism




Joining us this week is cultural historian Leo Braudy to talk about a trend that he’s noticed among award-winning acting performances. Also, author Judith Freeman drops by the studio to discuss literary tourism and her historical memoir about Raymond Chandler, The Long Embrace.

Featuring Tom Lutz, Laurie Winer and Seth Greenland. Produced by Jerry Gorin.

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