Last weekend we rebroadcast the radio version of our last stage show, "The Invisible Made Visible." The full show was two hours long. We filmed it with seven cameras and sent it live into movie theaters.
We're once again gearing up for a "This Week" show, where we tackle the week's news in our own way, far from the TV cameras and the standard headlines. We'll cover stories very big and very small. The big ones will be more topical, and therefore easier for us to find. But for the smaller ones, we need your help.
Sarah Koenig here. After our show "Dr. Gilmer and Mr. Hyde" aired, we got some emails about the way I discussed Huntington's Disease in the story. Just to remind you: The story was about a beloved family doctor, Vince Gilmer, who brutally killed his own father.
One of the underwriters on our show, the car company Scion, has a promotion called Motivate, inviting entrepreneurs to submit one-minute videos describing business ideas. Scion chose ten winners to each receive a cash prize, a Scion and access to business mentors.
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