Cincinnati Edition Sunday

Snow White 75th Anniversary
1:31 am
Fri June 14, 2013

The Fairest One of All

To help celebrate the 75th anniversary of Disney's film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Mark Perzel speaks with J.B. Kaufman, author of The Fairest One of All: The Making of Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Looking Up
1:31 am
Fri June 7, 2013

Astronomer Michael Sitko from UC

In this month’s Looking Up, Dean Regas from the Cincinnati Observatory welcomes in Michael Sitko, a professor of physics at the University of Cincinnati who teaches astronomy and has a special interest in the process of planet formation.

Field Notes
1:31 am
Fri June 7, 2013

Dr. Jared Diamond

He’s a world acclaimed author, speaker, professor of geography, evolutionary biologist and Pulitzer Prize winner. His book, Guns, Germs and Steel, is a worldwide bestseller and argues that geographical and environmental factors shaped the modern world. In this episode of Field Notes, Thane Maynard talks by phone with the fascinating Dr. Jared Diamond.

"Take Me Home"
1:31 am
Fri June 7, 2013

Louisville novelist Brian Leung

Louisville-based author Brian Leung joins Mark Perzel to discuss his historical novel, Take Me Home, set in the 1880’s Wyoming and based on the racial tensions between white and Chinese coal mine workers.

The Big Screen
1:31 am
Fri June 7, 2013

Movie Review: Stories We Tell

In 2006, talented Canadian actress Sarah Polley took a chance on making her first feature as a writer-director. The film was Away From Her, a sad yet hopeful story about a woman with Alzheimers, which managed to nab Oscar nominations for both Polley for her screenplay, and her star Julie Christie for Best Actress. Now Polley is back with another journey of discovery, but more about her than anyone else, in Stories We Tell. Polley’s mother died early, and as she grew up, kept hearing rumours that her father might not actually be her father. Both parents had been actors and stories abounded. Dad was an introvert, who could do well without a lot of people around. Mom was a loving, living free spirit who needed to express herself.

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