Kurt Andersen and his guest the cult movie director John Waters talk about outsiders of all kinds. The sculptor Lee Bontecou skipped out on the New York art scene 30 years ago, after conquering it, and made her way to the backwoods of Pennsylvania, to work where she could concentrate. Also, we'll hear some passionate crooning from the outsider musician BJ Snowden, who attracts fans with her unconventional sound and her love of Canada. The gallerist who discovered the magical paintings of the Reverend Howard Finster tells what struck her about the Georgia preacher’s mix of kaleidoscopic color and religious imagery. A Romani (or Gypsy) musician tells stories of making music at the edge of European society, including running from Bulgarian cops. Plus, Kurt responds to the new designs for the World Trade Center transit hub, tower and memorial.