All Things Considered co-host Audie Cornish tells WCVE’s Dan Rosenthal about the difference between reporting and hosting, how two journalists can live under one roof and how she developed near-perfect diction growing up outside Boston to Jamaican parents.
Dan has been with The Community Idea Stations almost 15 years as a part-time host and producer. He reports spot news, feature events and covers public affairs dates, including those of the World Affairs Council of Greater Richmond and U of R’s Jepson Leadership Forum. When not on the air, Dan practices law from his west end office handling a wide range of civil litigation.
Articles by Dan Rosenthal
Public radio listeners will recognize the name B. J. Liederman as the composer of many of the theme songs used on National Public Radio. WCVE’s Dan Rosenthal spoke with Liederman this week and was told that the musician’s lyrical roots go back to the 60s when his father brought home a copy of the Beatles first album, “Meet the Beatles.”
Dan Rosenthal talks with NPR Correspondent Yuki Noguchi, who covered the earthquake and tsunami in Japan a year ago. She will speak at Randolph-Macon College Sunday.
With American fighter troops now out of Iraq, much of the U.S.government's focus is now on Afghanistan. Prior to the troop pullout, WCVE's Dan Rosenthal spoke with a school counselor from Omaha, Nebraska working at the International School of Kabul. She was in Richmond for an international symposium sponsored by Collegiate School.
Drivers in some jurisdictions are being convicted and fined for breaking a law that doesn't exist. WCVE legal affairs correspondent Dan Rosenthal has our report.
Washington Post Reporter Del Quentin Wilber says many facts about the attempt on President Ronald Reagan's life 30 years ago never have surfaced. WCVE's Dan Rosenthal talked with Wilber about his book "Rawhide Down" (rawhide was the Secret Service code name for Reagan) and asked what surprised him most about the shooting.
NPR Legal Affairs Correspondent Nina Totenberg speaks at Randolph-Macon College this week. She talked with WCVE's Dan Rosenthal about her Supreme Court beat.
NPR sports commentator Frank Deford has just published his 16th book, a novel called Bliss, Remembered set at the 1936 Olympics. Many of Deford's followers and fans are unaware that for 17 years, he served as the chairman of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and continues on the Board today as Chairman Emeritus. Deford's daughter, Alexandra, died of the disease at age 8. WCVE's Dan Rosenthal asked Deford if progress is being made toward a cure for cystic fibrosis.
Garrison Keillor brings his Prairie Home Companion style show to Richmond at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. Among the cast members appearing with Keillor is sound-effects man Fred Newman. WCVE's Dan Rosenthal spoke with Newman who revealed that he had a learning disability he didn't have a name for until college.