Travel Hour host Matthew Stevenson speaks with Tracy Tucker, education director and archivist of the Willa Cather Center in Red Cloud, Nebraska, about the novelist's life and works.
Travel Hour host Matthew Stevenson walks around the childhood home of the novelist Willa Cather (My Antonia, Death Comes for the Archbishop) with Rachel Olsen, the education specialist of the Willa Cather Center in Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Travel Hour host Matthew Stevenson visits the Free Derry Museum in Northern Ireland and speaks with historian Adrian Kerr about what happened on Sunday January 30, 1972, when fourteen Derry citizens were killed by British soldiers, and more were wounded.
Join host Matthew Stevenson as he speaks with Assistant Professor Christopher J. Galdieri of Saint Anselm College in Manchester, NH, and then listen in to the primary speeches of Republican Donald Trump and Democratic Senator Bernie Sanders.
Professor Barbara Snedecor, director of the Elmira College Center for Mark Twain Studies, in upstate New York, describes for host Matthew Stevenson and Tom Leonard the octogonal study where Twain wrote Huckleberry Finn, Tom Sawyer, and many other books at his Elmira summer home.
Documetnary filmmaker Paul Yule speaks with host Matthew Stevenson about his film, "The Photographer, His Wife, Her Lover" about photographer O. Winston Link, and the disturbing questions that it raises about the iconic figure.