Episode 40: The George North Manuscript with Dennis McCarthy

February 20, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Dennis McCarthy talks about his new book, A Brief Discourse of Rebellion & Rebels by George North: A Newly Uncovered Manuscript Source for Shakespeare’s Plays, a book he coauthored with June Schleuter. Dennis made the front page of the New York Times with the release of his … Continue reading Episode 40: The George North Manuscript with Dennis McCarthy

Episode 39: The Stones of Bothynus with D.K. Reed

February 13, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins DK Reed talks about her young adult, science fiction/fantasy trilogy: The Stones of Bothynus. She also shares her love for science and how she tries to make the science fiction in her novels plausible and logical, the illness that helped her refocus her life, giving her more … Continue reading Episode 39: The Stones of Bothynus with D.K. Reed

Episode 38: Shelter: A One Billion Rising Event with Sarah Duclos, Catherine Stewart, and Clarice Perryman

February 6, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Sarah Duclos, artistic director, Catherine Stewart, co-director and writer, and Clarice Perryman, cast member and dancer join me on All In to talk about “SHELTER: A One Billion Rising Event.” SHELTER depicts the history of women seeking refuge, the emergence of shelters in the 1970s and where … Continue reading Episode 38: Shelter: A One Billion Rising Event with Sarah Duclos, Catherine Stewart, and Clarice Perryman

Episode 37: Self-Directed Learners with Madison Person, Jack Tykodi, and Diane Murphy

January 30, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Madison Person, Jack Tykodi, and Diane Murphy talk about self-directed learning and the BigFish Learning Community in Dover. Madison and Jack talk about why they joined the self-directed education movement and how they are taking charge of their own learning. Three songs that would be on the … Continue reading Episode 37: Self-Directed Learners with Madison Person, Jack Tykodi, and Diane Murphy

Episode 36: Life’s Incredible Journey with David Hanrahan

January 16, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins David Hanrahan, a seasoned Boston trial attorney, and author of Downsized with Extreme Prejudice, talks about his book and the incredible journey he has been on from his early life in Brooklyn, NY to his time in Panama as a lieutenant in the army where he built … Continue reading Episode 36: Life’s Incredible Journey with David Hanrahan

Episode 35: Resolve 2018 with Lisa Cote and Seth Waleryszak

January 16, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Lisa Cote and Seth Waleryszak join me on All In to talk about the Resolve 2018: Building An Agenda for Change conference. Lisa is an environmental scientist and environmental and women's rights activist, and Seth is an attorney, community activist, spoken-word poet, and the Minister of Unity … Continue reading Episode 35: Resolve 2018 with Lisa Cote and Seth Waleryszak

Episode 34: The Kingdom with Steven Szmyt

January 9, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Steven Szmyt, author of The Kingdom, talks about his novel, his writing process and journey, and the literal dreams that made him fulfill his desire to be a writer. Steven is a native New Englander and lives in Portsmouth, New Hampshire with his wife and two daughters. … Continue reading Episode 34: The Kingdom with Steven Szmyt

Episode 33: Making a Film with the Cast and Crew of The Fall of Terror

December 26, 2017 All In with Pauline Hawkins Nick Tavares, Emma Bowen, Ian Hawkins, Griffin McCarthy, Lori McCarthy, Chase Lancaster, and Mark Bowen talk about their various roles in the production of the short film “The Fall of Terror” they worked on during Thanksgiving break. Song list: "Til Kingdom Come" by Coldplay (Ian); "Imagine" by … Continue reading Episode 33: Making a Film with the Cast and Crew of The Fall of Terror

Episode 32: Higher Education with Molly Campbell, Catherine Moran, and Larry Beemer

December 19, 2017 All In with Pauline Hawkins Molly Campbell, Catherine Moran, and Larry Beemer, Lecturers at UNH, talk about some of the issues with higher education. Some of the topics we discuss are the "adjunctification" of higher education and the growth of the use of contingent faculty, the workload and working conditions of the … Continue reading Episode 32: Higher Education with Molly Campbell, Catherine Moran, and Larry Beemer

Episode 31: Childhood Cancer with Libby Giordano

December 12, 2017 All In with Pauline Hawkins Libby Giordano joins me in the studio to talk about our unusual connection: Both our sons had cancerous brain tumors. We talk about how we found out about the tumor, how we helped our sons, the wonderful way the community helped us make it through the most … Continue reading Episode 31: Childhood Cancer with Libby Giordano