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Saturday, October 10

A conversation with LGBT pioneer Mark Segal

Guest: Mark Segal

Philadelphia-based gay rights activist MARK SEGAL has had a storied career campaigning for the rights of the LGBT people across the US. From disrupting Walter Cronkite’s broadcast of the CBS Evening News program in 1973, to advocating for and establishing housing for low-income Philadelphia LGBT seniors, he has dedicated his life to improving the quality of life of the LGBT community. He is also the founder of the Philadelphia Gay News and an active member in the world of journalism. In this hour of Radio Times, Marty speaks with Segal about his memoir And Then I Danced: Traveling the Road to LGBT Equality on his life and career.

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Radio Times in Review: Top Secret edition

Guests: Evan Thomas, Joby Warrick, Scott Johnson

Today, we bring you a special “top secret” edition of Radio Times in Review. We’ll hear about Eisenhower’s handling of the Cold War and nuclear threats from the Soviet Union during Marty’s interview with EVAN THOMAS, author of Ike’s Bluff: President Eisenhower’s Secret Battle to Save the World. Then, how one Jordanian double agent gained the trust of the CIA. We learned more about their deadly meeting when Marty spoke with JOBY WARRICK, author of The Triple Agent: The al-Qaeda Mole who Infiltrated the CIA. Lastly, we’ll hear the story of one man’s startling discovery that his father was a former CIA special agent when we listen to Marty’s interview with author SCOTT JOHNSON about his memoir, The Wolf and the Watchman: A Father, a Son, and the CIA.

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