It’s been a FIRST PERSON tradition that our final program of the year takes a look back over the past 12 months and we choose just four highlight clips to share with you. As we look back on 2018, all of us are thankful for you and your kind comments about the interviews we’ve broadcast (and podcast!).
Here is what you’ll hear this week (with links to the full, archived interviews):
–Larnelle Harris talks about his life of singing and the importance of the people who have been mentors in his life. Listen to the full interview here.
-Historian David McCullough on the life of John Adams. This was originally recorded several years ago, but remains one of our favorite all-time conversations. Listen to the full, two part interview here and here.
–Michelle Qureshi is the young widow of apologist Nabeel Qureshi who died a little more than a year ago. Listen to the full interview here.
–Billy Graham died in early 2018 and this is a clip of a biographical conversation with Dr. Graham several years ago when he published his story in Just As I Am. Listen to the full interview here.
Happy New Year from all of us at FIRST PERSON!
Next Week: Shawn Thornton, author of All But Normal