Freddie Gray Case Motions; Living Questions; Theater Review; Audio Books For Kids
On Wednesday a judge is to start hearing lawyers’ arguments in the trial of six Baltimore police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray. We ask two criminal-law professors what motions are before the judge, and what impact they might have.
Then – In this month's installment of Living Questions, Tom Hall visits the Carmelite Monastery in Towson, the oldest community of religious women in the U.S. and speaks with Sister Constance Fitzgerald about the impact a life of reflection and prayer can have in a troubled world.
Plus: Theater Critic J. Wynn Rousuck reviews an 18th-century Italian comedy in an 18th-century tavern in Annapolis.
And - Paula Willey, our recurring adviser on books for young readers, talks with Tom about books kids can listen to.