Mine Rescue Could Start Soon
The top section of Chile's San Jose mine has been lined with metal tubing, which means the stage is just about set for the rescue of the 33 miners who have been trapped underground since Aug. 5. Among the final preparations is figuring out the order in which the miners will be pulled out. It seems some of the miners are gallantly insisting they be the last to leave. The BBC's James Menendez joins us from the mine with the latest.
Right, Left Take A Page From The Same Playbook
Stumping On Columbus Day
Remembering The Cole
Tomorrow is the 10th anniversary of the al Qaida attack on the U.S. destroyer Cole in Yemen. In the bombing, 17 sailors died and dozens were critically wounded. For three days following the attack, crew members fought tirelessly to free their shipmates from the wreckage and keep the ship from sinking. America Abroad’s Jordana Gustafson talked with some of the surviving crew and brings us the story of how they kept the ship afloat.
Listen to the documentary: Remembering The Cole
Remembering Solomon Burke
One of the greatest soul singers of the 1960's, Solomon Burke, has died at 70. Burke never enjoyed the kind of popularity some of his contemporaries — like Marvin Gaye and James Brown — did. But Burke was a major force in soul and R&B. Anti-Records president Andy Kaulkin said, "Popular music today wouldn't be where it is with Solomon Burke." We spoke with Mr. Burke in 2007.
Music From The Show
- "Honey to Ashes," The Lickets
- "Nah Dran," Couch
- "Rabbit in Your Headlights," Unkle
- "Everybody Needs Somebody," Solomon Burke
- "Cry To Me," Solomon Burke
- "Tomorrow Is Forever," Solomon Burke
- "That’s How I Got To Memphis," Solomon Burke
- "Up To The Mountain," Solomon Burke
- "None Of Us Are Free," Solomon Burke
This program aired on October 11, 2010.
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