While the beloved cartoons may be absent, the New Yorker Radio Hour, broadcast by WNYC in New York, features many wonderful New Yorker writers speaking with subjects of articles or revealing behind the scenes facets of their stories. Recently this radio program featured two pieces addressing home care. First, listen to writer Rachel Aviv tell the story of an amazing bond between a disabled patient and her loving home care aide. Next, Executive Editor Dorothy Wickenden interviews Ai-jen Poo, the MacArthur Genius Award winning director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance. Their interview about the need for a broad reconsideration of caregiving as our elderly population grows is a not-to-be missed conversation. Pull up a chair and Listen Here.