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Fordham Conversations: Mark Street and "Hasta Nunca"

Fordham professor and filmmaker discusses his film set in Uruguay.

This week on Fordham Conversations we talk to Mark Street about his film Hasta Nunca and how it was made. The film tells the story of a middle aged DJ in Uruguay who hosts a call-in radio show. Throughout Hasta Nunca, people reveal their secrets and insecurities on air. 

Fordham Conversations: Spies and Surveillance

Do you know who's watching you?

This week, Fordham Conversations is all about spies and surveillance. WFUV's Connor Ryan reports on NYC's surveillance cameras and how some people feel their privacy is being invaded. Then, Chris Williams talks to Spy Store NYC owner Bob Leonard about different types of spying equipment and the reasons for using them. Fordham University professor Al Auster discusses how spies have been portrayed in film, and how that differs from actual espionage. 

Fordham Conversations: School Bullying, Human Nature, And The Psychology of Suicide

With the school year starting, Fordham Conversations looks at school bullying from an alternative perspective.

WFUV's Claudia Morell talks about school bullying and teen suicide with Loyola High School English and Philosophy teacher Christian Gregory and Fordham University Psychology Professor Doctor Peggy Andover.

Fordham Conversations: Tony Award Winning Producer John Johnson

How a Fordham alum got involved in theater and won a Tony Award.

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike just won the 2013 Tony Award for Best Play. Chris Williams talks to one of the play's producers, John Johnson, who graduated Fordham in 2002. Johnson talks about what theater-goers can expect from the play, his responsibilities as a producer, and how he became interested in theater. 

Fordham Conversations: Strikes a Chord to Help Combat the Stigma of Mental Illness

What do you do when the genius mind is also schizophrenic?
Every quarter WFUV’s Strike a Chord campaign examines an issue that’s important to you. This time, our news reports, PSA’s and public affairs programs are delving into the need to combat mental health stereotypes.

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