Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM Morning Edition host, Glenn Richards, speaks with Alix Spiegel and Hanna Rosin, hosts of NPR’s Invisibilia (heard Saturdays at 3pm on 89.1 WUFT-FM). The third season is underway and this time, they’re tackling the nature of reality … probing a radically new way of looking at some fundamental questions: Where do emotions come from? Can racism be cured? How is it that two people can look out the window at the exact same thing and see something completely different?
From Ray Charles' early years in Florida to homegrown stars like Linda Lyndell and Little Jake Mitchell, John Capouya shines a spotlight on the underappreciated contribution Florida has made to the history of soul music in America. "Race is really the context for almost all of the stories I tell." "When white kids started listening to soul music, it really helped the whole movement toward integration of this country that when that music was accepted by a generation, it’s something you can’t quantify, but I think it made a difference."