The great Italian humanist, Primo Levi, much to his surprise, received a package of goodies for Christmas while he was in Auschwitz. This hour on Here on Earth: Radio Without Borders, Jean Feraca and her guest talk about Levi’s essay, "Christmas in Auschwitz."
- Ernesto Livorni, poet, associate professor of Italian, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Ryan 12/25/07: "I'd like to thank you for the piece on Primo Levy. I had goosebumps throughout the entire broadcast, and everything stopped to just listen to the program. The package sent to Primo gave an updated sense of what gifts can mean to others. Thank you for such a meaningful Christmas story that brought out such a strong sense of humanity."
- Ray 12/14/07: "This was a true masterpiece!"
- Michelle 12/14/07: "I listen to your show while I work in my studio, and I can't imagine afternoons without it. I just wanted to say that you Jean, are one of the most graceful women, and hosts that I have had the priveledge to experience! I am listening to the Primo Levy program, and when your reader or guests cry or become tearful, you answer with your heart, with kindness, thank you! Happy Holidays!"