BeyondtheBlackLetter is a new podcast (featured on publicradioremix.org).
“BeyondtheBlackLetter is latest in a new crop of “short shows” that focus a single subject over the life of the series, like The Longest Shortest Time (early motherhood), the memory palace (surprising history), Blank on Blank (lost print interviews), and 99% Invisible (design and architecture). It’s a fantastic development in public radio and podcasting.”
This new podcast is really great, and I’m glad that Sounds Familiar is in a category with all these cool new podcasts.
On this episode we explore the outer bounds of the right to free speech. How does the law tolerate speech that calls for lawlessness?
It’s a journey that begins during the fervor of World War One and ends, for now, with a televised Ku Klux Klan rally in the 1960s. We meet a courageous…