This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from the Newseum in Washington, District of Columbia — the amazing interactive museum dedicated to the history, the execution, the challenges and the legends of the fourth estate (not to mention the first amendment). Joining me is legendary CBS Correspondent Bill Plante, who talks about his remarkable 52 year career at the network, and his travels along the way — from covering civil rights in Selma, Alabama, to the war in Vietnam, his years as the White House correspondent for the network, and many other points in between. Kathy O'Hearn, from Vital Voices, talks about her organizations important global outreach; how they're providing a voice to female leaders around the world, and how travelers can get involved. Carrie Christoffersen, Curator of the Newseum's "Louder than Words" exhibit, talks about the fascinating combination of music icons of the 60s and 70s and their lyrics and how they reflected American history — all in context of the five freedoms of the first amendment. Mike Boyd stops by with his thoughts on how the incoming Trump administration will affect air travel, and to round out the lineup, David and Nycci Nellis, hosts of Foodie and the Beast, report on the hot new restaurants in D.C., just in time for the inauguration. There is all of this and more as the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from the Newseum in Washington, D.C.
Tune in Saturday starting at 10 a.m. EST: http://ow.ly/hx1Z304Kc3e
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