|From left: T.R. Reid, Lisa Hartman, Rich Lerner, Mark McLaughlin.|
|T.R. Reid interviews retired doctor Steve Meacham while Drew Levinson (sound), Rich Lerner (camera), and Ryan Cook (production assistant) record the scene. (Photo by Lisa Hartman)|
T.R. Reid (Writer, On-Air Correspondent): The longtime foreign correspondent for The Washington Post is the author of the best-selling book, The Healing of America: A Global Quest for Better, Cheaper, and Fairer Health Care (2009).
Lisa Hartman (Producer): The president of Photopia Productions LLC has produced and directed NBC’s News for Kids and a series of educational programs for K-12 teachers. She also was a producer for the Art of Teaching the Arts for Annenberg Media. This is her first program for PBS.
Rich Lerner (Director of Photography): The veteran cinematographer’s work also can be seen in the Academy Award-winning documentary A Story of Healing, multiple PBS documentaries, PBS’s Frontline, and the BBC series Nature. He has been principal cameraman for several episodes of NOVA on PBS.
Ted Winterburn (Editor): Editor of major offerings for PBS’s Frontline, American Masters, and other high-profile programs. He began his editing career in New York with ABC sports for The American Sportsman. Winterburn lives in Denver.
Ed Stein (Story Consultant): The nationally syndicated editorial cartoonist, comic strip cartoonist, and writer, formerly worked at the Rocky Mountain News.
Miriam Lewin (Consulting Producer): She has served as the series producer for several large-scale educational packages for Annenberg Media. Her most recent project is the radio series Song of America, hosted by opera star Thomas Hampson.