Host Dennis Leap and Herbert W. Armstrong College Edstone students are surprised to find Shakespeare and Hamlet at Hampton Court Palace.
Host Dennis Leap invites Stratford-upon-Avon locals to talk about Shakespeare—his plays, his sketchy biography,
and the current controversy over how to produce his plays for modern audiences.
Host Dennis Leap discusses why Ben Franklin’s “bold and arduous project” to attain moral perfection is the most important part of the book.
The 60-plus panel—host Dennis Leap, Robert Harmon and Deborah Leap—discuss Ben Franklin’s plan to achieve moral perfection and his daily schedule for getting things done.
Host Dennis Leap, James Brandon and Brandon Nice discuss Ben Franklin's early education. Besides learning the printing trade with his brother James, Ben taught himself to write as well as two of the best English essayists of his time, beginning at age 12 in his off hours!
Ben Franklin's self-motivation is truly amazing. This is proof that parents can expect more of their teens today and get positive results; America's founding generation did. Parents need to follow the same example.
Host Dennis Leap gives scintillating background about how Ben Franklin and his brother James struggled to establish freedom of speech (and the press) in colonial Boston, Massachusetts. Ben leaves these details out of his autobiography.
Dennis Leap takes you into the fascinating background behind young Ben Franklin's independent spirit.
Host Dennis Leap discusses fascinating facts about Benjamin Franklin not covered in his autobiography.
Host Dennis Leap discusses Hemingway’s philosophy of life as spoken through the character Santiago