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Reader's Corner
BSPR News: Fri at 6 p.m. & Sun at 11 a.m.

Welcome to Reader's Corner, a weekly radio show hosted by Boise State University president emeritus Bob Kustra that features lively conversations with some of the nation's leading authors about issues and ideas that matter today.

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  • Note: This is an encore edition of Reader's Corner. The episode originally aired in September 2020.Supreme Inequality is a revelatory examination of the…
  • An interview with Peter Robison, author of Flying Blind: The 737 Tragedy and the Fall of Boeing. The book explores how an industry titan became consumed with the bottom line, leading to a tragedy that endangered countless lives. Note: This is the second of a two-part interview.
  • An interview with Peter Robison, author of Flying Blind: The 737 Tragedy and the Fall of Boeing. The book explores how an industry titan became consumed with the bottom line, leading to a tragedy that endangered countless lives.
  • Note: This is an encore edition of our program. The original aired in September 2020.Three-quarters of Americans believe that a group of unelected…
  • Growing up on Chicago’s Westside in the 90’s, Arshay Cooper knows the harder side of life. Street corners full of gangs, hallways of his apartment complex…
  • An interview with Daco Auffenorde, author of the thrilling novel, Cover Your Tracks. The book is a chilling story of love and hate, the devastating power of nature, and the will to survive.
  • Note: This is an encore edition of our program. The original aired in August 2020. In Up All Night, author and journalist Lisa Napoli tells how we went…
  • Note: this is the second half of a two-part interview.An interview with Eyal Press, author of Dirty Work: Essential Jobs and the Hidden Toll of Inequality in America. The book offers a groundbreaking and urgent report from the front lines of "dirty work" – the work that society considers essential but morally compromised.
  • An interview with Eyal Press, author of Dirty Work: Essential Jobs and the Hidden Toll of Inequality in America. The book offers a groundbreaking and urgent report from the front lines of "dirty work" – the work that society considers essential but morally compromised.
  • Note: This is an encore edition of Reader's Corner. The original episode premiered in August 2020.Interference in American elections. The sponsorship of…