Dan Gediman

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Dan Gediman is an American radio producer and performing songwriter. He is the executive producer of the public radio series This I Believe [1] and co-editor, with Jay Allison, of the books This I Believe and This I Believe II: The Personal Philosophies of Remarkable Men and Women.[2] He is also the co-editor, with John Gregory and Mary Jo Gediman, of the books This I Believe: On Love, This I Believe: On Fatherhood, This I Believe: On Motherhood, and This I Believe: Life Lessons,[3] as well as Edward R. Murrow's This I Believe,[4] This I Believe: Kentucky,[5] and This I Believe: Philadelphia.[6] He has also edited a new edition of Will Thomas's memoir The Seeking.[7]

Gediman's public radio work has been featured on programs such as This American Life,[8] All Things Considered, Morning Edition, and Jazz Profiles.[9] His public radio specials include Little Secrets: Child Sexual Abuse in America,[10] and Breaking the Cycle: How Do We Stop Child Abuse [11] with Jay Allison. Gediman co-produced the DuPont-Columbia Award-winning[12] 50 Years After 14 August, a reflection on the end of World War II, with legendary radio playwright Norman Corwin and Mary Beth Kirchner.[13] In 2017, he produced for Audible Originals the documentary series The Home Front: Life in America During World War Two, narrated by Martin Sheen.[14]

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  4. ^ Gediman, Dan; Gregory, John; Gediman, Mary Jo; Merrick, Viki (2010). Edward R. Murrow's This I believe: selections from the 1950s radio series. Louisville, KY: This I Believe Inc. ISBN 978-1419680403. OCLC 639072802.
  5. ^ "Butler Book Publishing Services, Inc". Butler Books. Retrieved 2017-10-27.
  6. ^ "This I Believe: Philadelphia". Arcadiapublishing.com. Retrieved October 27, 2017.
  7. ^ "UPNEBookPartners - The Seeking: Will Thomas". www.upne.com. Retrieved 2017-10-27.
  8. ^ "Results | This American Life". www.thisamericanlife.org. Retrieved 2017-10-27.
  9. ^ Murph, John. "NPR's Jazz Profiles: Cab Calloway". www.npr.org. Retrieved 2017-10-27.
  10. ^ Little secrets: child sexual abuse in America., [American Public Radio] ; Duplicated by Sound Ideas, 1992, OCLC 81303192
  11. ^ Breaking the cycle: how do we stop child abuse?, Milestone Productions : Radio Store [distributor], 1994, OCLC 30761415
  12. ^ "The Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards | School of Journalism". journalism.columbia.edu. Retrieved 2017-10-27.
  13. ^ Norman Corwin's 50 years after 14 August, [publisher not identified], 1995, OCLC 37687381
  14. ^ The Home Front: Life in America During World War II.

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