Radio Times in Review: The Real Mad Men, da Vinci’s “The Last Supper,” Attorney and Philanthropist Nikki Johnson-Huston


Guests: Jane Maas, Ross King, Nikki Johnson-Huston

On this week’s edition of Radio Times in Review: AMC’s hit series Mad Men gearing up for its final run of episodes, we’ll hear Marty’s discussion with JANE MAAS author of the book Mad Women: The Other Side of Life on Madison Avenue in the ’60s and Beyond. Also, in honor of Good Friday and Easter Sunday, we’ll revisit Marty’s conversation with historian ROSS KING, who penned a detailed history of Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper. And finally, we listen back to Marty’s conversation with NIKKI JOHNSON-HUSTON, who went from homelessness to becoming a prominent local tax attorney. She is currently active in homelessness advocacy, and recently launched a new philanthropy-based app called Donafy.

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