Elizabeth Farnsworth Revisits Conflict Zones, Loss in 'A Train Through Time'

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In “A Train Through Time,” Elizabeth Farnsworth weaves stories from her days as a foreign affairs correspondent for the PBS NewsHour with reflections on her mother's death when Farnsworth was nine years old. We'll talk to Farnsworth about her book, the state of journalism and the dangers facing reporters working in conflict zones.


Elizabeth Farnsworth, author, "A Train through Time: A Life, Real and Imagined"; former chief correspondent, PBS NewsHour