In this interview we speak to Drew Levin, chairman and CEO of TMC Entertainment and executive producer of the ground-breaking 3-part TV mini-series 'Walking the Bible' which can be seen on PBS network on January 4, 11 and 18. This fascinating series which was filmed in five countries -- and four war zones -- is part adventure, part spiritual journey and takes viewers from the heights of Mt. Ararat, where Noah's Ark was reported to have come to rest, to the depths of the Salt Sea, the lowest point on earth. Having had the privilege of reviewing the mini-series, I have no hesitation in telling you that this series delivers big time and will take you on a rich, cultural, historical and spiritual journey like no other. Levin manages to skillfully strike the delicate balance between Christian, Jewish and Muslim beliefs, demonstrating that in the Middle East, a clear sense of cohesion exists between them even despite current unrest, particularly when it comes to their relationship with one God and the Bible. Whether you're religious or not, Walking the Bible presents an incredible archaeological and historical journey into a past that has shaped billions of lives today.
Listen in as our resident host, Alan Rothman, interviews Drew Levin who tells us about his successful career and how after reading the New York Times Best Seller, Walking the Bible by Bruce Feiler, he decided to take the 10,000 mile journey to make this tremendous documentary. This is powerful stuff. Don't miss the series and hear the interview by clicking the MP3 link above.