Charlie Brennan – PBS’ Ken Burns; Bestselling Author David Baldacci; St. Louis Univ.’s Dr. Stuart Slavin; and Entrepreneur Chris Motley

Charlie talks with PBS’ Ken Burns, award-winning documentary filmmaker, about his new film, “The Address”, where children with learning disabilities memorize the entire Gettysburg Address. Airing tonight, Tues., Apr. 15, at 8:00 PM (CT). To be repeated on Thurs., Apr. 17, at 2:00AM (CT), Sat., Apr. 19, at 4:00 PM (CT), and Sun., Apr. 27, at 10:00 PM (CT).

Bestselling Author David Baldacci discusses his latest thriller, “The Target”.

Charlie talks with Dr. Stuart Slavin, M.D., M.Ed., Associate Dean for Curriculum at St. Louis University School of Medicine, about the stresses of being a medical student, the demands of learning massive amounts of material, competition for residencies, and achieving high grades, and what medical schools are doing to ease the pressures which can lead to depression in some students.

The 49th in a series on growing innovative entrepreneurism in the STL region with Chris Motley,
Founder and CEO of Better Weekdays, a STL startup that helps employees find jobs at companies based on the cultural compatibility of the two.

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