Radio Theatre

Anodyne playlist for 02/15/2010

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Back To The Egg
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some say it was a post-valentine’s day extravaganza, others say it was a valentine-pocalypse. what we do know is that my friend todd and i played three hours of songs concerning love: nurturing it, celebrating it, rejecting it, lamenting its loss.

thanks to those of you who called in with requests!

Buzzcocks – What Do I Get? – Singles Going Steady (I.R.S., 1978)

The Teenagers (featuring Soko) – Love No – Love No 12″ Single (Merok, 2008)
Jenny Lewis – You Are What You Love – Rabbit Fur Coat (Team Love, 2006)
Butterfly Boucher – Keeper – Scary Fragile (self, 2009)
Aimee Mann – One – Magnolia Original Soundtrack (Reprise / WEA, 1999)

Radio Theater Spotlight - Matt Clark

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Mon, 02/08/2010

Rascho brings Matt Clark in out of the rain to shine a Spotlight of Truth, Justice, and The American Way onto KBOO's third Monday radio theater offering

Gremlin Time!

61:41 minutes (56.47 MB)

Radio Theater Spotlight - Rolf Semprebon

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Mon, 01/11/2010

Shining a Spotlight of Truth, Justice, and The American way on radio theater producers here at KBOO

Rolf Semprebon of  The Ubu Hour is In The Spotlight

60:08 minutes (55.05 MB)

The Midas Reverse

Ubu Hour
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Mon, 02/01/2010
THE MIDAS REVERSE, an audio-drama that mixes Greek mythology with film noir. Eddy Odyssus sets out from a reformatory in search of Ithaca and his long lost Penelope. Unfortunately poor Eddy has trouble distinguishing fact from the Greek myths that have carried him through his bad childhood in an orphanage. Written by Rolf Semprebon and voices performed by Noah Eaton, Nia, Namby Pamby, Kurt, Rolf, G Violetta, Conch and Sweettooth. Contains violence, nudity, sexual content, and profanity.
46:09 minutes (31.69 MB)

Sudden Radio Project - January 2010

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Mon, 01/25/2010

The thread continues into year number nine.  Pick it up...

Featured selections (+ approximate start times)

10-4 Membership Convoy!

Part XII (3:15)

No on 66 & 67 (11:20)

eHarmony (13:45)

KBOO Sells Out! (20:25)

James Joyce Comes to Breakfast (25:30)

Yes on 66 & 67 (35:40)

Happy Obamaversary (37:35)

The Big Tilt (44:10)

...and the last word (57:25)

58:34 minutes (33.52 MB)

Special Tribute to the Memory of Singer Utah Phillips -' Hobos That Pass In The Night ' by Jack London - read by Walt Curtis

Gremlin Time
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Mon, 04/20/2009

Walt Curtis from KBOO's The Talking Earth, reads this excerpt from Jack London's book The Road. In which, London talks about hobo lore, living outside of society, and his own experiences as a hobo at the end of the 19th Century.  

Back in April of 2009, we had also decided to dedicate this story to the memory and music of singer and poet Utah Phillips, by using a few of his ballads about railroads and hobos, as dramatic counterpoint to this story about railroads and hobos by Jack London.  "One of the few American writers who really knew how to write" - H. L. Menckin

59:51 minutes (54.79 MB)

Paula's Picks playlist for 01/07/2010

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This is the playlist for the debut of "Paula's Picks".

Here are the links for the spoken word artists as available:

- Cicely Rodgers "Educational Anxiety"

- Niall O'Sullivan "Prologue"

- Jacob Sam-LaRose "Manifesto"

- Oscar Brown, Jr. "I Apologise"

- Odetta & Ruby Dee "When I Was a Young Girl" (song) & "Daughter" (poem)

- Michael Guinn "They Speak"

Thanks for the support & for tuning in! Catch me on the air again on Thursday, January 21st at 8 pm!

~Paula the Small

Sherlock Holmes and The Man With the Twisted Lip by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Gremlin Time
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Fri, 01/01/2010

NEW YEARS DAY SPECIAL. - The Man With the Twisted Lip by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

One night in June, 1889, Doctor Watson is called away from his home on a strange errand of mercy, which takes him to a sinister opium den located near the docks in London's East End. Where, to his astonishment, he finds disguised as an aged drug addict none other than Sherlock Holmes! Who promtly asks his old friend to accompany him on one of the most baffling cases he has ever come across. This story was among Conan Doyles's first 12 mystery short stories to appear in the Strand Magazine in 1889, and the1890 collection, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.

58:21 minutes (53.43 MB)
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