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Working cop and writer Richard Rosenthal and jazz saxophonist James Carter on this edition of Fresh Air. For twenty years, Rosenthal was a detective for the New York Police Department where he dealt with homicide, narcotics, and armed robbery. Now he is the chief of Police in a small village on Cape Cod. He'll talk about the differences between the two kinds of police work. Rosenthal is the author of two books about police work called Sky Cops and K-9 Cops. He also wrote a novel called The Murder of Old Comrades. His new book, Rookie Cop, is a memoir about his time undercover in the Jewish Defense League. Jazz saxophonist James Carter has just released two new CDs: Chasin' the Gypsy and Layin' in the Cut. Wynton Marsalis discovered the 31-year-old New York-based musician at the age of 17. He's played with Marsalis, the late Lester Bowie and Kathleen Battle. He has been praised by jazz musicians and critics alike; Richard Harrington of the Washington Post once wrote, "To hear saxophonist James Carter is to be blown away." (Broadcast Date: August 24, 2000)

GENRE
Kultur und Unterhaltung
ERZÄHLER
TG
Terry Gross
DAUER
00:45
Std. Min.
ERSCHIENEN
2000
24. August
VERLAG
WHYY-FM
PRÄSENTIERT VON
Audible.de
SPRACHE
EN
Englisch
GRÖSSE
21.5
 MB