By: E&P Staff
Nationally syndicated Boston Globe columnist Ellen Goodman will appear on the local public affairs radio show “Something to Talk About” on Nov. 10 on WHRW FM 90.5, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. ET. Hosts of the show are the “Radiobabes” (Cathy Abashian Williams, Michelle Berry and Natalie Thompson.)
Goodman’s Pulitzer Prize-winning commentary appears in more than 300 newspapers nationwide, including the Press & Sun Bulletin. Since 1976, she has written about social change and its impact on American life. She was one of the first women to open up the op-ed pages to women’s voices and is today, according to Media Watch, the most widely syndicated progressive columnist in the country.
Ellen began her career as a researcher for Newsweek magazine, and landed a job as a reporter for the Detroit Free Press in 1965. In 1967 she joined the Boston Globe, where she began writing her column in 1974 – and it has been syndicated by the Washington Post Writers Group since 1976.