Arts & Culture

11/6/2008 Fresh Fruit
11/6/2008 Art Matters
11/6/2008 Write On Radio!

The host of MPR’s Morning Edition and cohost of TPT-2’s Almanac, Cathy Wurzer joins us in the studio to talk about her new book, Tales of the Road: Highway 61, a companion book to a public television documentary of the same name.

In the second half of the show, Louis Sachar talks about his classic children’s book, Holes, which won a National Book Award and a Newberry Award, and is now celebrating its 10th year of publication.

11/5/2008 Echo Chamber

Tonight we celebrated the historic election of Barack Obama, while commemorating the life of my late Jamaican father-in-law Robert. And what better way to celebrate than with an All-Jamaican program? We got the party started with Cocoa Tea who satisfied both themes with his catchy Barack Obama song.

11/3/2008 CHAT Radio: Hmong Arts Culture
11/3/2008 Listening Lounge

Third Coast International Audio Festival award winners (part one)

11/3/2008 Health Notes
11/2/2008 Tehuti: From the Griot to the MC
11/2/2008 Sound Affects: A Radio Playground

Audio fare for the scariest time of the year, and one for Halloween, too.
The Fall of the City, a verse radio play by Archibald Macleish, performed by the Willamette Radio Workshop. And The Appointed Rounds, by Matt Cowley, in which Take Your Daughter To Work Day takes on new meaning because of what Dad’s work is.

11/2/2008 Sound Affects: A Radio Playground

Audio fare for the scariest time of the year, and one for Halloween, too.
The Fall of the City, a verse radio play by Archibald Macleish, performed by the Willamette Radio Workshop. And The Appointed Rounds, by Matt Cowley, in which Take Your Daughter To Work Day takes on new meaning because of what Dad’s work is.

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