Arts & Culture

3/5/2009 Fresh Fruit
3/5/2009 Art Matters
3/5/2009 Write On Radio!

Marisha Chamberlain joins us to talk about her first novel, The Rose Variations. In addition to being a novelist, Marisha Chamberlain is a playwright, poet and librettist. Her plays have been staged all over the world: in South Africa, Germany, Australia, Turkey, Britain and Canada as well as in the United States.

In the second half of the show, we talk with Nicole Helget, whose newest book is The Turtle Catcher. Nicole Helget is also the author of the memoir The Summer of Ordinary Ways.

3/4/2009 Echo Chamber

Another eclectic mix inna Echo Chamber. A number of new things (mostly downloads) including the Step 4 I – Vol.5 (on ODG Productions), the new Universal Egg single from Dub Terror, the first single (featuring Luciano) from the Easy Star’s Lonely Hearts Dub Band album, and the new Istanbul Engloutie EPs (on Fresh Poulp) from Rafiralfiro.

3/3/2009 Disabled and Proud

Kane Brolin and Lori Miller, talking about the Notre Dame Blindness Symposium.

3/2/2009 CHAT Radio: Hmong Arts Culture

Continuation of Interview with Nenick Vu of the MoVan show from Sacramento, CA.

Filmmaker Kang Vang of Team Chow Fa

Katie Vang of the CHAT theatre play: Hmongland

Song of the week: Logo Our Own Ways from Georgia

3/2/2009 Listening Lounge

Voices from the Harbor: A half-hour documentary about opiate-addicted women who enter treatment for their addictions after becoming pregnant.

3/2/2009 Health Notes
3/1/2009 Tehuti: From the Griot to the MC
3/1/2009 Sound Affects: A Radio Playground

Captain Blood, Part 8, from the Colonial Radio Theater on the Air, out of Boston. Captain Blood meets up again with Arabella Bishop, the woman after whom he has named his pirate ship.