As a young African-American who had never set foot west of Philadelphia, Tyrone Medley felt a bit out of place when he came to Utah in 1970. But he didn’t quit, a character trait that carried him from success on the basketball court to the judicial bench. On Wednesday, Medley joins us to talk about persistence and achievement in the face of struggle.
For the third time, London will play host to the world’s elite athletes as site of the 2012 Summer Olympics. On Wednesday, we’ll get an on-the-ground report from the BBC about preparations for Friday’s Opening Ceremony and contests to watch.
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