Archive - July 29, 2016

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Tonight on TV: ‘PASSPORT TO MURDER’ looks back at 1976 Peace Corps murder in Tonga by jealous, obsessed man
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Talking to Executive Editor Jocelyn Zuckerman (Kenya)

Tonight on TV: ‘PASSPORT TO MURDER’ looks back at 1976 Peace Corps murder in Tonga by jealous, obsessed man

JULY 29, 2016 DEBORAH GARDNER, DENNIS PRIVEN: ‘PASSPORT TO MURDER’ LOOKS BACK AT 1976 PEACE CORPS MURDER IN TONGA BY JEALOUS, OBSESSED MAN Deborah Gardner, the young teacher and Peace Corps volunteer who was stabbed to death by a jealous suitor on the island of Tonga 40 years ago, will be the next story to be documented on Passport To Murder on ID. Passport To Murder has done an excellent job of taking Investigation Discovery viewers across the globe to the most exotic locations, where American tourists end up murdered in paradise. Deborah Gardner’s story will air on the episode titled, “The Devil In Paradise.” The murder, which has been covered on CBS’ 48 Hours, will trace the steps of a beloved volunteer worker who was found stabbed dozens of times by another volunteer. Tune into Passport To Murder tonight, Friday, July 29, 2016 at 10/9 p.m. Central on Investigation Discovery. A Find A Grave entry for Deborah Gardner describes . . .

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Talking to Executive Editor Jocelyn Zuckerman (Kenya)

Jocelyn Zuckerman is the Executive Editor of Modern Farmer. She is also the former executive editor of Whole Living, deputy editor of Gourmet, and articles editor of On Earth. She is also a recipient of a James Beard Award for feature writing and of fellowships from the Peter Jennings Project and The Carter Center….as well, she is a former PCV in Kenya. She is also the mother of two lovely daughters and lives with her husband in Brooklyn. What more would anyone want? Well, we decided she needed to be interviewed for our site. What is this all about, Jocelyn…. in your bio from Modern Farming As a teacher in Kenya, Jocelyn once opened her door to find a particularly grateful student bearing a live chicken in a plastic bag. Oh, the mag wanted some little anecdote involving farming. I had a student I was very close to when I . . .

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