We talk with former therapist and now best-selling author Jacqueline Sheehan about her novel, LOST AND FOUND. A widowed psychologist finds the path to her own recovery from grief with the help of a black labrador retriever with a healing touch.
Also, Sigmund Freud’s granddaughter Sophie Freud tells us about about her memoir, LIVING IN THE SHADOW OF THE FREUD FAMILY. We hear about her childhood in pre-war Austria, her famous grandfather, and her dysfunctional family of origin. Now a retired social worker living in New England, Freud weaves together diaries, letters and memoir to reconstruct her flight from Nazi-occupied Austria, the agonizing wait for a visa from Nice, France, and her eventual escape from a Europe embroiled in war.
Investigative journalist Steve Hendricks talks about THE UNQUIET GRAVE, the FBI and The Struggle for the Soul of Indian Country. In this powerful report, Hendricks shows how the FBI undermined the American Indian Movement (AIM) and he uncovers a mystery neither the FBI nor AIM want revealed about a murder at Wounded Knee in the 1970’s.
And performance artist D’Lo talks about her new piece, Ramble-ations.