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Sorie Kondi of Sierra Leone, Baltimore RetroCineFest, Justin Sirois on “So Say the Waiters,” and Rupert Wondolowski on… pills.
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We meet a man who grew up blind in a small village in Sierra Leone. As a child, he taught himself how to play a rare, traditional instrument called the Kondi. He adopted the name of his instrument, and today, Sorie Kondi is on an unlikely international tour, thanks to a network of world music fans. Sorie Kondi joins us to share his music and his story.
Film historian George Figgs previews the "Baltimore RetroCinefest," which will feature screenings of classic films from the golden age of Hollywood and around the world.
Justin Sirois discusses his novel, “So Say the Waiters,” the story of a mobile phone app that lets users arrange for their own kidnappings.
And Rupert Wondolowski waxes poetic about the preponderance of pills that permeate our psyches.