On today’s show, guest host Jonathan Capehart talks with Frontline Correspondent Hedrick Smith about the perilous environmental condition of Puget Sound and Chesapeake Bay. Then, Sally Quinn and her son, Quinn Bradley, discuss what it’s like to grow up with a learning disability. Also, Cadillac Man—who’s been homeless on the streets of New York for the past 16 years and the man who first published his writing, Esquire editor Will Blythe. Plus, Director John Huston’s stepdaughter Allegra Huston on growing up without a mother and learning her real father was an English Aristocrat.
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