Michael Medved is a nationally-syndicated radio talk show host, best-selling author, and veteran film critic. His daily three-hour program, emphasizing the intersection of politics and pop culture, reaches more than 2 million listeners in over 180 markets, coast to coast. Mr. Medved is the author of ten non-fiction books, including the national bestseller What Really Happened to the Class of '65, the basis for a popular TV series on NBC.
He and his wife Dr. Diane Medved, a clinical psychologist, live in Seattle, Washington.
The late Elie Wiesel is considered a major force in breaking the silence following the Holocaust. Was silence always the Jewish response to the catastrophes that befell our people? Did those responses affect how we look at our lives and history today?