NPR’s Eric Nuzum gives up the ghost


NPR’s Vice President for Programming, ERIC NUZUM, in addition to developing and acquiring new programs for public radio, reflects on his haunted high school days in the 1980s. We’ll talk to him about being a part of a Kiss cover band, the death of his best friend,  and his time in a mental ward. His new memoir is called “Giving up the Ghost: A Story about Friendship, 80s Rock, A Lost Scrap of Paper, and What it Means to Be Haunted.”

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