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Nov. 13: An evening with NPR's Diane Rehm


Discussion of current events and disabilities with National Public Radio talk show host Diane Rehm

When: Sunday Nov. 13 7:30 PM

Where: Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation 6501 North Meridian Street Indianapolis, Indiana 46260

Listeners to public radion are well acquainted with the distinctive voice of Diane Rehm, host of The Diane Rehm Show on National Public Radio. The award winning program has been distributed by NPR since 1995 to stations around the world and has 1.4 million listeners. Diane also has forged a successful career as a writer. In Finding My Voice, Ms Rehm talks about her childhood, marriage, broadcast career, and vocal difficulties. With her husband, Ms Rehm co-authored Toward Commitment: A Dialogue about Marriage, which focuses on the art of building and maintaining a strong relationship. In 1998, she was diagnosed with spasmodic dysphonia, a neurological condition that causes strained, difficult speech. After finding treatment, she has written several articles and produced a program about the little known disorder. Ted Koppel, ABC’s Nightline host devoted an entire program to a conversation with Rehm about her disorder

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