CAPTIVE IN LIBYA - A REPORTER’S STORY A year ago, as the uprising in Libya got underway, Clare Morgana Gillis was covering the fighting and was captured by the Qaddafi forces. She was held captive with two colleagues and a fourth was killed. During the time, she was accused of being a spy and eventually was brought to Saadi Qaddafi, the third son of the then leader of Libya. Read Clare’s piece on her detention here. Read Clare’s blog. A DAGUERREOTYPE CAPTURES ONE DAY IN 1848 Get out your magnifying class for this conversation with a librarian from the Cincinnati Public Library. She tells the story of a daguerreotype of the Cincinnati river front that was examined, blown up and conserved by the George Eastman House. Once the work was done, details were revealed that no one could have imagined, giving us a glimpse of a moment in life from 1848. Explore the image here. Learn more about the project. Music in this episode: 1850 by Claude Bourbon; Haymaker’s Hoedown from Ashokan Farewell / Beautiful Dreamer - Songs of Stephen Foster.