Brian Eno on This I Believe

Brian Eno Essay to air on NPR’s This I Believe

From NPR Promo:

This week, This I Believe features an essay by British musician and record producer Brian Eno. He says singing together in a group is good for the mind,body, spirit and community. “I believe it builds character and, more than anything else, it encourages a taste for cooperation with others.” Eno’s essay will air on Weekend Edition Sunday on November 23.

This I Believe essays air weekly on NPR, rotating among All Things Considered, Weekend Edition Sunday and Tell Me More.

This I Believe is based on a radio series of the same name hosted by legendary journalist Edward R. Murrow in the 1950s. You can broadcast the fascinating story of the original series in the free documentary “The History of This I Believe.” This one-hour, newscast compatible program contains essay excerpts from Harry Truman, Margaret Mead, William O. Douglas, Eleanor Roosevelt, Albert Einstein and other prominent figures of the day.

Check you local station for airtimes.

There’s nothing on the This I Believe site yet.

John Diliberto ((( echoes )))

  1 comment for “Brian Eno on This I Believe

  1. November 23, 2008 at 11:15 am

    Here’s a link to the Brian Eno’s This I Believe Essay:

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