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What a hard act -- Kevin Kling has to follow Bishop Desmond Tutu -- yet this program looks great as well. Here's the current program for ON BEING (you can listen or get podcast before & after your local airing and around the world -- GO here
This image is of Kevin Kling in a new play in Seattle at the end of the month***
March 15, 2012 ON BEING program for the week (podcast available for quite a long time.) Being able-bodied, Kevin Kling says, is always only a temporary condition. Kevin Kling is part funny guy, part poet and playwright, part wise man. He's known for NPR commentaries in his Minnesota accent that sounds straight out of the movie Fargo. You'll hear his own special angle on life's humor and its ruptures. Born with a partially disabled left arm, in his 40s he then lost the use of his fully functional right one after a motorcycle accident nearly killed him. Take in his wisdom on the losses we're born with, and the losses we grow into — and why we turn these things into stories...
Here's Kevin's website:
http://www.kevinkling.com/ or CLICK here
Here's more about Kevin -- GO here
About On Being: On Being with Krista Tippett: religion, meaning, ethics, and ideas --On Being is a spacious conversation about the big questions at the center of human life, from the boldest new science of the human brain to the most ancient...For More about Krista's unique and stimulating program GO here
An earlier On Being classic this year "The Art of Peace" -- CLICK here
See the blurbs by people who have lots to say from around the world on the home page here
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On Being: religion, meaning, ethics, and ideas -- The Big Questions -- a spacious conversation about the big questions at the center of human life, from the boldest new science of the human brain to the most ancient...
Krista Tippett, widely becoming known as the Bill Moyers of radio, is one of the country's most intelligent and insightful commentators on religion, ethics, and the human spirit. Her two books draw on her own life story and reflections as well as on her intimate conversations with both ordinary and famous figures, including Elie Wiesel, Karen Armstrong, and Thich Nhat Hanh, to explore complex subjects like science, love, virtue, and violence within the context of spirituality and everyday life.
*** March 31 & April 1“Kevin Kling and his collaborator Simone Perrin will return to Seattle Rep to perform their new play, A Fool’s Paradise—a collection of stories and songs to welcome spring and celebrate our willingness to believe." Tickets on sale online or call our Box Office at 206-443-2222.