Gail Harris

moderator, reporter, PBS, NPR

Body & Soul’s series creator, Gail Harris, has been a print and broadcast journalist for more than 25 years, with extensive experience as a political reporter. Before launching Body & Soul in 1998, she co-hosted the 24-part PBS series on campaign finance reform, Follow the Money. Her other PBS credits include anchoring and co-producing Hiroshima Remembered, which won a national Emmy. A former correspondent for ABC News Nightline, she has a master’s degree in public administration from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. She is president and chief executive officer of Beacon Productions, Inc., the Boston-based company that produces Body & Soul.

Body & Soul’s series creator, Gail Harris, has been a print and broadcast journalist for more than 25 years, with extensive experience as a political reporter. Before launching Body & Soul in 1998, she co-hosted the 24-part PBS series on campaign finance reform, Follow the Money. Her other PBS credits include anchoring and co-producing Hiroshima Remembered, which won a national Emmy. A former correspondent for ABC News Nightline, she has a master’s degree in public administration from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. She is president and chief executive officer of Beacon Productions, Inc., the Boston-based company that produces Body & Soul.

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Lectures

12.09.2004 (1:27:43)

Crisis in Darfur