Media Coverage

Little Big Minds: Media Highlights

 

Interviewed on the Diane Rehm Show
You can listen here.
Broadcast February 15, 2007
Replayed on Memorial Day, May 28, 2007

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Marietta McCarty with Diane Rehm at the conclusion of their interview.


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Marietta speaks at The Clinton Presidential Library
Watch the video here.
November 8, 2007


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How Philosophy Can Save Your Life: Media Highlights

 

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VIRGINIA INSIGHT ON WMRA
MONDAY, MAY 10, 2010 3-4PM
CENTRAL VIRGINIA

Marietta joins host Tom Graham on Virginia Insight on WMRA, National Public Radio. Among other things discussed, Marietta explains why that new book is titled How Philosophy Can Save Your Life.; Broadcast locally at 103.5 FM (Charlottesville), 91.3 FM (Farmville), 90.7 FM (Harrisonburg and the Shenandoah Valley), 89.9 FM (Lexington) and 94.5 FM (Winchester) and streamed online. Use the player below to listen to the broadcast, or click here to download.


WITH GOOD REASON
JANUARY, 2010

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Marietta interviewed on With Good Reason with host Sarah McConnell, Virginia’s only statewide public radio program. The broadcast aired on public radio stations across Virginia. Use the player below to listen to the broadcast, or click here to download.


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The Philosopher’s Table: Media Highlights

 

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Watch the Marietta’s WTVR CBS interview
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2013 9-10AM
WTVR 6, RICHMOND, VA

Marietta is interviewed by Jessica Noll of “Virginia This Morning” discussing The Philosopher’s Table. This show offers an in-depth look at what’s happening in Central Virginia. They feature interviews with business leaders to authors, doctors, chefs, and entertainers to discuss local ideas, events, and trends. Watch it here.


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CENTRAL VIRGINIA RADIO

MONDAY, APRIL 14, 2014, 3-4 PM

Marietta joins host Tom Graham on Virginia Insight on WMRA, National Public Radio (NPR). They discuss all the excitement surrounding the August 29 release of The Philosopher’s Table: How to Start Your Own Philosophy Dinner Club—Monthly Conversation. Music, and Recipes. Broadcast locally at 103.5 FM (Charlottesville), 91.3 FM (Farmville), 90.7 FM (Harrisonburg and the Shenandoah Valley), 89.9 FM (Lexington) and 94.5 FM (Winchester) and streamed online. Recording available here.


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