This week, Harold Wilson sits down with members of the Community Players of Salisbury. In the second half, we hear a radio drama, "The Day Starts at Night", written exclusively for Delmarva Public Radio by Sonia Taitz, author of "The Watchmaker's Daughter".
NOTE: Due to a power outage, we were unable to broadcast this program on air. We plan to re-schedule it on a later date.
The Health Care exchanges under the Affordable Care Act open this month. What does that mean to the average citizen? Also, a federal program called the National Deaf Blind Equipment Distribution is helping people through a program called ICanConnenct.
Harold Wilson, president of the Eastern Shore Writer’s Association hosts a new program, “Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition” to be broadcast on the last Friday of every month. This week Wilson talks with Laura Oliver, author of “The Story Within” about what it takes to write a good memoir. And, answers the question, “Do you have to tell the truth?”