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Passover Dreams

Passover Dreams (11:05) We subtitled this program “The Seder at the End of the Universe”, and you’ll get a clue why from this excerpt – the first eleven minutes of Passover Dreams. What a treat to work with Theo Bikel, who’s records I used to listen to as a kid. Listen for the voice of academy award winner Melissa Leo playing Aunt Sonya. The sounds of the opening banter are real...
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Poppa

Poppa (14:25) Poppa’s Letter Poppa was broadcast on All Things Considered on Father’s Day, 1988. It’s a portrait of my grandfather, Isodore Silverman, who lived with my family when I was growing up. Right out of high school, I interviewed Poppa on my tape recorder – a hand-me-down reel-to-reel Sony. Those tapes languished in a cigar box almost twenty years,...
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National Geographic Online

From Morocco, Cuba and around the world, JMP created a suite of multi-media features for National Geographic Online. It was a great partnership, with NGO adding their signature maps and a perfect context for our material. They very kindly have allowed us to include a number of these evergreen stories on pulseplanet.com. Check out the Pulse of the Planet’s Pulse Picks...
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NASA

There’s a lot more to NASA than space launches! They commissioned JMP to produce Pulse of the Planet stories on aerospace, featuring NASA engineers and aerospace...
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Kids Science Challenge

According to a survey conducted by the Rand Corporation, most kids would rather take out the garbage than engage in science activities. There’s a shortage of qualified candidates for engineering schools, and the US ranks low in science test scores for elementary and middle school students. How to reach kids with a message that science and engineering are important, compelling and even fun? ...
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