Today would have been the 91st birthday of the late Hollywood legend. Midday on Film contributors Linda DeLibero and Christopher Llewellyn Reed survey the Oscar-winning actor’s legacy, from 1951’s “A Streetcar Named Desire” to 1972’s “The Godfather.”
In the wake of revelations about the pilot of the Germanwings jetliner that crashed in the French Alps, Baltimore psychiatrist Mark Komrad talks about mental illness and the working life, entering the debate about whether people treated for psychological disorders, including depression, should be precluded from certain occupations. Also: media reporting on high-profile cases involving mental health and doctor responsibility in reporting impaired patients to employers. Dr.
How do we live a meaningful life? How do we confront life’s unavoidable end? The famous existential psychiatristIrvin Yalom, the "grand old man of psychiatry," has gone head-to-head with his patients over these issues, exploring their vulnerabilities and fears, and coming to terms with his own. The best-selling author's new book is “Creatures of a Day: And Other Tales of Psychotherapy.”
Stan "The Fan" Charles, long-time Baltimore sports commentator and publisher of Press Box, talks about the 2015 Orioles, who open the new season in Tampa on April 6. We get the Midday Business Report from the Baltimore Business Journal, hear about a unique twist on the traditional scavenger hunt from Ross Peddicord of the Maryland Horse Industry Board, celebrate the centennial of Attman’s Deli, and enjoy a performance by Italian guitarist Flavio Sala.