Arts & Culture

7/5/2009 Tehuti: From the Griot to the MC
7/5/2009 Sound Affects: A Radio Playground

The Outpost, a Mark Time science fiction award winner from 19 Nocturne Boulevard.
Magic Notes, a wizard is hired to home-school a pair of children, featuring music by Michael The Hook Deutsch.

7/5/2009 Filipino American National News
7/5/2009 Wave Project

Origins: The Police
Host Britt Aamodt explores the music of ’80s pop-rock trio The Police BEFORE they were The Police. A fan of the Police since 1983, Britt digs deep in her vinyl collection for early releases by guitarist Andy Summers with Zoot Money’s Big Roll Band, drummer Stewart Copeland performing as his alter ego Klark Kent, and bassist and vocalist Sting with the Newcastle trad jazz band Last Exit.

7/3/2009 Radio Antilles

Radio Antilles Playlist 07/03/09

7/3/2009 Catalyst: Politics and Culture
7/2/2009 Fresh Fruit

Hosts Leigh Ka reflect on the past GLBT Pride celebration
plus antics with Ka

7/2/2009 Art Matters
7/2/2009 Write On Radio!

This week on Write on Radio, Rob Callahan joins us to talk about his novel Hellbound Snowballs, a collection of short stories, Damaged Goods, and an upcoming prose collection that is Twitter-based. Rob Callahan performs with Rockstar Storytellers at Bryant-Lake Bowl, and more information about him can be found at RobCallahan.com:http://www.RobCallahan.com.

In the second half of the show, we talk with Jim Butcher about Turncoat, his 11th hard-boiled fantasy novel featuring Chicago’s wizard detective Harry Dresden.

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