Everyone knows Malala, but who's the other guy?! Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan and Kailash Satyarthi of India share the Nobel Peace Prize for their work on the rights of children. We'll find out more about the lesser-known Satyarthi and his battle against child slavery.
Also today, the US Ambassador to Liberia tells us about daily life in the capital Monrovia and the challenges ahead in the fight against Ebola there.
-- Marilyn Hagerty shot to fame in 2012 with a review of her local Olive Garden that went viral. Now, the 88-year-old Grand Forks, North Dakota columnist returns to Q to talk about her latest review of her local Applebee's and why her unpretentious restaurant reviews are connecting with people.
We're pursuing lots angles on Ebola -- we'll go to Spain where people are rattled by lapses in the way the system has responded. We'll also hear how deforestation and climate change may be exacerbating the dangers of diseases like Ebola, and how Kenya's tourism industry is taking a hit because of fears about the disease. We'll also have a nurse with experience dealing with Ebola patients walk us through the proper technique for putting on and taking off protective gear.
We will be giving away tickets this afternoon for the Music with a Mission concert that will benefit the Nashville Rescue Mission. the concert takes place on Sunday, October 12th at 7:00 p.m. in the Schermerhorn Center in Nashville and Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers will host this fourth annual event. The Nashville Symphony will join them and other special guests include The Beegie Adair Trio, Lynda Carter, Tracy Lawrence, Chip Esten of the TV show "Nashville", the Willis Clan and others. Jim Gray will be conducting the Nashville Symphony.