NPR religion correspondent Barbara Bradley Hagerty won this year’s Religion Newswriter’s Association’s Radio Excellence in Religion Reporting award, receiving the honor for her work on three stories: “The Dark Night of Mother Teresa’s Soul,” “African Anglicans,” which predicted the fight in the Episcopal church over the elevation of openly gay bishop Gene Robinson, and a 16-minute investigative piece on the Christian Science Church.
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Library of Congress to Archive “Poe Theatre on the Air”
This old-time radio production, produced as a modern day podcast offering, honors the work of Edgar Allen Poe
Honoring the Rollicking Radio Revolution Led by WBCN
An award-winning documentary is honoring the role that radio plays in fighting for justice and change