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Rwanda, Ten Years Later

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Wednesday, April 07, 2004

Veteran humanitarian aid worker, Dominic MacSorley, who was Concern Worldwide's director in Rwanda immediately after the genocide, discusses the situation there ten years later. He is joined by Anne Aghion, who directed a film called "In Rwanda We Say the Family that does not Speak Dies." Evelyn Monahan talks about frontline Army nurses in WWII. Then, actor/comedian Denis Leary and Ann Leary on their life together, and with child. Ann's memoir is called An Innocent, a Broad. Tom Perrotta shares his new novel, Little Children.

Dominic MacSorley and Anne Aghion

Veteran humanitarian aid worker, Dominic MacSorley, who was Concern Worldwide's director in Rwanda immediately after the genocide, discusses the situation there ten years later. He is joined by Anne Aghion, who directed a film called "In Rwanda We Say the Family that does not Speak Dies."

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Evelyn Monahan

Evelyn Monahan, author of And If I Perish talks about frontline Army nurses in WWII.

Music: Charlotte Gray Soundtrack composer Stephen Warbeck

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Ann Leary and Denis Leary

Actor/comedian Denis Leary and Ann Leary discuss their life together, and with child. Ann's memoir is called An Innocent, a Broad.

Music: Richard Thompson Mock Tudor “Sights and Sounds of London Town” and “Walking The Long Miles Home”
Excerpt from Denis Leary Cure for Cancer

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Tom Perrotta

Tom Perrotta shares his new novel, Little Children.

Music: James and the Giant Peach Soundtrack composer Randy Newman

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