Sandi's Podcasts

Diane Muldrow

Billions of Little Golden Books have been sold since they were first introduced in 1942. As a child, Diane Muldrow, who was raised on them, told her mom that when she grew up she would 'make books like these.' She wasn't wrong!

Angela Bonavoglia

Angela Bonavoglia calls herself a bleeding-heart liberal, and has spent her career writing about and championing the cause of women, with particular emphasis on religious, social and health issues.

Kelsey Crowe

What if you found yourself faced with a life-altering situation with no resources, no one to lean on nor help you navigate those rough waters? That's exactly what happened to Kelsey Crowe when she was 21.

Carla Kaplan

Meet the author of 'Miss Anne in Harlem,' a book that spotlights a little-known group of white rebellious, romantic, risk-taking women who were part of the Harlem Renaissance.

Valerie and Jean

Meet Valerie and Jean, aka the Idiosyncratic Fashionistas. Since 2009 these style and fashion bloggers have been working to raise the visibility of older women, in the process becoming role models for an age set often ignored by designers and society.

Maya Tolstoy

Our guest is an associate professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Columbia University. She is also a marine geophysicist who specializes in seafloor earthquakes and volcanoes.

Lisa Small

This week's guest is the Brooklyn Museum's Curator of Exhibitions Lisa Small, whose latest undertaking, Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe, is a jaw-dropper that's been generating a lot of buzz.

Shelley Bernstein

Meet Shelley Bernstein, Vice Director of Digital Engagement and Technology at the Brooklyn Museum. She and her staff are expanding the 187 year old Museum's community-oriented mission through digital projects.

Lacey Schwartz

Our guest is the director and subject of 'Little White Lie,' a documentary that traces her upbringing as an only child in a white, Jewish family, and the family revelation that turns her world on its head.

Karen Pearl

Under the direction of today's guest, God's Love We Deliver provides 4,600 meals five days a week to people in the New York City metropolitan area who are too sick to shop or cook for themselves.

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