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Captain Blood, Part 5. Colonial Radio Theater’s adaptation of the Rafael Sabatini 1922 novel.
The Big Snore, More 2 Minute Film Noir, from ZBS.

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Bangla Jam on the Wave Project
World music, performed live in studio by Joy Islam and friends Tushar Ahmed, Babu Khandher and Ahmad Alam. The quartet offers original and popular music from the Indian subcontinent and plays some traditional instruments such as a harmonium and tabla.

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RA 2/6/09 Playlist

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Host: Leigh Combs

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Poets Todd Boss and Terri Ford read and talk about love poems. They’ll be appearing with singer-songwriters Ellen Stanley (Mother Banjo) and Brent Floren for a Valentine’s Day Love-In for two shows plus dinner at the 318 Cafe and Wine Bar in Excelsior on Feb 14.

Poet Fred Marchant also joins us in the studio. Fred Marchant is the author of Tipping Point, winner of the Washington Prize in poetry. He is a professor of English at Suffolk University in Boston, and he was part of a UBS forum, Peace, Poetry, and Politics, sponsored by the College of St. Benedict and taking place Friday, February 6th, at 7:00 p.m. at Minnesota Public Radio in St. Paul. The forum also featured Brenda Hillman and Nick Flynn.

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