Sundays at 7 p.m.
- Hosted by Mark Tomlonson
Thomas Wolfe writes of a train engineer who passes the same house every day for 20 years, and is intrigued by the woman and her daughter that wave at him every day. After he retires, he decides to pay a visit, but all is not as it seemed from the train. Then a poem by Philip Levine on memories of courtship entitled “Albion”. Hear it and “The Far and the Near” this Sunday at 7:00 on WMUK.
"In a good book, the best is between the lines." - - Swedish Proverb