Arts & Culture

12/11/2008 Write On Radio!

Frank Wilderson III calls in to talk about his memoir, Incognegro: A Memoir of Exile and Apartheid, which just won the 2008 American Book/Before Columbus Foundation Award. He is an assistant professor in Drama at the University of California, Berkeley, a recipient of The Eisner Prize for Creative Achievement of the Highest Order, a Judith Stronach Award for Poetry, a Crothers Short Story Award, a Jerome Foundation Artists and Writers Award, a Loft-McKnight Award for Best Prose in the State of Minnesota, and a Maya Angelou Award for Best Fiction Portraying the Black Experience in America.

In the second half of the show, Czechoslovakian native Jarda Cervenka joins us in the studio to talk about his newest book, Faousto’s Afternoon, a collection of short stories in settings that range from Prague to Kenya to the Colombian jungle.

12/10/2008 Echo Chamber
12/9/2008 Disabled and Proud
12/8/2008 CHAT Radio: Hmong Arts Culture
12/8/2008 Listening Lounge

Pride and Prejudice (Radio Netherlands)

12/8/2008 Health Notes
12/7/2008 Tehuti: From the Griot to the MC
12/7/2008 Sound Affects: A Radio Playground

The World Beneath, Part 1 – the sequel to Dinotopia. Produced at from the illustrated books by James Gurney.
Wizard Jack, the story of a not-very-good wizard who has trouble keeping a hold on tomorrow. From the Great Northern Audio Theatre.

12/7/2008 Filipino American National News
12/7/2008 Wave Project

Liverpool Hour: the Mersey Sound
Long time listener Colin Robinson presents an hour of music and bands from Liverpool, excluding the Fab Four, in a fabulous survey from the 60s up to today.