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Thursday, January 30, 2003

Since the investigation into Wen Ho Lee’s involvement in the Chinese nuclear espionage scandal, Notra Trulock has been accused by many of racial bias in choosing Lee as the "only" suspect. He shares his side of the story, Code Name. Then, Oprah favorite, Wally Lamb, joins former inmates Tabatha Rowley and Robin Cullen to discuss their contributions to writings he gleaned from a workshop at Connecticut's York Correctional Institution, Couldn’t Keep it to Myself. Plus, Glyn Vincent explores the genius and madness of American painter R.A. Blakelock and Yale Strom discusses his new documentary, L’Chayim, Comrade Stalin.

Notra Trulock

Since the investigation into Wen Ho Lee’s involvement in the Chinese nuclear espionage scandal, Notra Trulock has been accused by many of racial bias in choosing Lee as the "only" suspect. He shares his side of the story, Code Name: Kindred Spirit.

Music: Primal Fear Soundtrack composer James Newton Howard

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Wally Lamb

Wally Lamb with Leonard Lopate Oprah favorite, Wally Lamb, joins former inmates Tabatha Rowley and Robin Cullen to discuss their contributions to writings he gleaned from a workshop at Connecticut's York Correctional Institution, Couldn’t Keep it to Myself: Testimonies From Our Imprisoned Sisters.
Wally Lamb ...

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Glyn Vincent

Glyn Vincent explores the genius and madness of American painter R.A. Blakelock, The Unknown Night.
View a sampling of R.A. Blake's art work.

Music: Russell Sherman "Beethoven Piano Sonatas"

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Yale Strom

Yale Strom discusses his new documentary, L’Chayim, Comrade Stalin.

Music: Cafe Jew Zoo

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