Thursday, March 19, 2009
NPR and a Tale of Forgiveness
Recently, I posted about the convenience of being able to access free online content via my phone*, the Palm Treo 755p. NPR programming is my main vice, as I've said many times before. The last time, B. Good said she'd heard good things about NPR programming and that she might finally take the plunge some time soon.
Well, here's her and your opportunity: NPR's "This I Believe" second-to-last episode is only four minutes and forty-four seconds long and tells a tale few would ever believe possible.
Simply put: A woman was raped. A man was falsely convicted of the rape. They are now friends.
That's all I'll say, for now. If you'd like to know more, check it out. It's less than five minutes.
Here's a link to the show's website and episode summary.
Here's a link to play the episode.
I can't make it much easier than that.
Please give it a listen. I think you'll be glad that you did.
* - or, more specifically, via some software on my phone. The software is called Kinoma 4 EX