Arts & Culture

8/6/2009 Fresh Fruit

Hosts: Leigh Combs Kay

8/6/2009 Art Matters
8/6/2009 Write On Radio!

Judith Koll Healey is in the studio in the first half to talk about her novel, The Rebel Princess. It’s the second installment of her mystery series involving a 13th century French princess, Alais Capet. The first novel in the series is The Canterbury Papers.

In the second half of the show, playwright Maryann Lesert discusses her debut novel, Base Ten, the story of a promising young astronomer whose goal is to become an astronaut. Base Ten inaugurates a new series of books published by The Feminist Press and funded by the National Science Foundation called Women Writing Science, which confronts the challenges facing women in the sciences.

8/5/2009 Echo Chamber

Another summer show crammed with new releases… From Badda Skat’s Grass Dubs, to Gitoud’s II, to new material from Joe Ariwa Young Warrior, Kukan Dub Lagan, Version Big Fi, Natty I, and more.

8/4/2009 Disabled and Proud

Nancy Donoval and Lane McKiernan will be talking about there shows in the fringe and chemical sensitivity

8/3/2009 CHAT Radio: Hmong Arts Culture
8/3/2009 Listening Lounge

Stories Sans Narration

8/3/2009 Health Notes

Kinshasha engaged in an in-depth conversation with Dr. Floyd Chilton (Author of Inflammation Nation) about his newest findings
on our genes, diet and health.

8/2/2009 Tehuti: From the Griot to the MC

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