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Jay Allison

Jay Allison
Nubar Alexanian

Jay Allison is one of public radio's most honored producers. He has produced hundreds of nationally broadcast documentaries and features for radio and television. His work has earned him the duPont-Columbia and five Peabody Awards, and he was the 1996 recipient of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting's Edward R. Murrow Award for outstanding contributions to public radio, the industry's highest honor. He was the curator and producer of This I Believe on NPR and he produces The Moth Radio Hour. Before his career in broadcasting, Jay was a theater director in Washington, D.C. He is also the founder of the public radio stations for Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, and Cape Cod where he lives.

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This I Believe Audiobook Excerpt--William F. Buckley, Jr.

Listen to William F. Buckley, Jr., founder of the National Review, speak about his belief in God in this audiobook excerpt from This I Believe: The Personal Philosophies of Remarkable Men and Women, edited by Jay Allison and Dan Gediman. Based on the NPR series of the same name, This I Believe features eighty Americans, from the famous to the unknown, completing the thought that the book's title begins.

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This I Believe II

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This I Believe

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A collection of inspiring personal philosophies from a noteworthy group of seventy-five essayists

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This I Believe

This I Believe

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An inspiring collection of the personal philosophies and core values of a fascinating group of Americans

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The Mountain Disappears

The Mountain Disappears

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Composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein expresses his belief in the potential of people to create change, in this essay originally aired in the 1950s

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There is No God

There is No God

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An inspiring collection of the personal philosophies and core values of a fascinating group of Americans

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The America I Believe In

The America I Believe In

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Former Secretary of State, and first generation American, Colin Powell explains the importance of remaining an open and welcoming nation for NPR's This I Believe series.

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An Athlete of God

An Athlete of God

This I Believe

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In this essay originally aired in the 1950s, legendary modern dance and ballet choreographer Martha Graham explains what it means to be a dancer

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Be Cool to the Pizza Dude

Be Cool to the Pizza Dude

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An inspiring collection of the personal philosophies and core values of a fascinating group of Americans

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The Elusive Yet Holy Cure

The Elusive Yet Holy Cure

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An inspiring collection of the personal philosophies and core values of a fascinating group of Americans

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An Honest Doubter

An Honest Doubter

This I Believe

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Elizabeth Deutsch was the youngest contributor to the first This I Believe series, with her reflections about actively searching for a personal philosophy and a personal faith in this essay that originally aired in the 1950s

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My Father's Evening Star

My Father's Evening Star

This I Believe

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Former Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas encourages a return to the faith of his father's generation, in this essay originally aired in the 1950s

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