Old Mole Variety Hour for August 19, 2013
Clayton Morgareidge hosts this show featuring an unusually optimistic Bill Resnick interview about the growth of people's movements around the world, and our Movie Moles in an engaging critique of "Orange is the New Black," the TV series about a women's prison. We also hear Paul Roland talk with Claire Connor about the rise of the right and the need for community radio; and a review of Jane Smiley's recent novel Private Life.
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- Bill Resnick talks with George Katsiafakis about the global surge of the desire for freedom.
- Movie Moles Frann Michel and Iven Hale find the limits and the merits in the TV series "Orange is the New Black".
- Paul Roland and Claire Connor discuss the rise of the Right and the need for community radio.
- Larry Bowlden reviews Jane Smiley's novel Private Life.