On the Faith Beat

Episode 3 February 15, 2022 00:53:39
On the Faith Beat
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On the Faith Beat
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What’s it like reporting on religion for a large newspaper in America’s Bible Belt? Today’s guest, Carla Hinton, who has covered faith, religion and spirituality for The Oklahoman newspaper for two decades, gives us the scoop. Listen in as Carla talks about interviewing The Rev. Billy Graham and civil rights leader Jesse Jackson and describes some of her other big – and sometimes controversial – stories. 

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