Update May 4
You can hear the show online at the website.
Nour remains in hiding in another ME country, awaiting approval of a visa.
The clip is just over twenty minutes.
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"An American reporter murdered in Iraq and the woman who risked her life trying to save him."
Times and availability may vary from market to market, but the scheduled air time is 8:30 to 9:00pm Eastern, Friday evening, May 4.
Nour al-Khal and Lisa Ramaci will be interviewed.
For those of us who have been following their story, this is a must-see.
A broadcaster for 28 years, Brancaccio spent 13 years at Marketplace, which tripled its audience and received a duPont-Columbia University Award (1998) and the George Foster Peabody Award (2001) during his tenure. Before becoming host, Brancaccio served in London as the European editor of the program, covering the continent's economic and political integration. During that time, he also covered diplomatic stories from Europe for the radio service of THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR.
Brancaccio has contributed to CNN, CNBC, and Wall Street Week with Fortune on PBS. His print work has appeared in such periodicals as THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, PSYCHOLOGY TODAY, AND JOURNALISM and MASS COMMUNICATION EDUCATOR.
Update June 29