Summer charitable giving, TV game shows

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A philanthropy expert gives us a guide to participating in charitable causes during the summer. Then, we talk to a pop culture professor about TV game shows and their role in American culture as Pat Sajak announces his retirement.

Featured in this Show

  • From walk-a-thons to back-to-school, a guide to summer charitable giving

    Summer offers unique opportunities to volunteer or give to charitable causes, from Run/Walk fundraisers to nature clean-ups and back-to-school supply drives. An expert on giving and philanthropy has advice on making the most of summer and connecting with causes.

  • The cultural legacy of TV game shows, as Pat Sajak announces retirement

    Pat Sajak announced this year will be his last season hosting the TV game show “Wheel of Fortune.” A television and pop culture expert joins us to look at Sajak’s legacy and the way game shows place in American culture has changed over time.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Sarah Hopefl Technical Director
  • Rob Ferrett Producer
  • Lorin Cox Producer
  • Lisa Dietlin Guest
  • Robert Thompson Guest

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