Sudden Radio Project - January 2010

program date: 
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)

Linda Tesner talks about "What is a Trade?"

Art Focus
program date: 
Tue, 01/26/2010

Linda Tesner, curator of Lewis and Clark's Hoffman Gallery, talks about "What is a Trade?" This is a show by Donald Fels who collaborated with Indian sign painters to address globalization in India. The xhibition has large scale paintings, intense with color and graphics.

30:46 minutes (42.26 MB)

Snow Falling On Cedars & Japanese Internment

Stage and Studio
program date: 
Tue, 01/26/2010

Dmae Roberts focuses on Japanese American internment experience through the production of "Snow Falling On Cedars" at Portland Center Stage. She talks with Bruce Locke, an actor from the show, Tim DuRoche, outreach director and Henry Sakamoto of the Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center.

This is a special membership drive edition of the show. We still have tickets to offer to Portland Center Stage and Oregon Shakespeare Festival if you want to become a member for $120 or more.

21:14 minutes (19.44 MB)

Movie Moles: About Haiti

program date: 
Mon, 01/25/2010

 Two documentary films made in recent years about Haiti help us to understand the current crisis following the earthquake.   Movie Moles Jan Haaken and Frann Michel discuss what can be learned from Aristide and the Endless Revolution and The Agronomist.  The second of these revolves around the historical and ongoing importance of community supported radio in Haiti, and makes clear why you should support KBOO (please click on the tip jar at the top of this page if you haven't donated yet in this fund drive!)

11:33 minutes (6.61 MB)

Elizabeth Gilbert and COmmitted: A Skeptic Makes Peace With Marriage

program date: 
Mon, 01/25/2010

 Host Marianne Barisonek interviews best-selling author Elizabeth Gilbert, who is best known for her 2006 memoir EAT PRAY LOVE, which chronicled her journey alone around the world, looking for solace after a difficult divorce.  The book was an international bestseller, translated into over thirty languages, with over 7 million copies sold worldwide, and a movie version in the making, starring Julia Roberts.

27:45 minutes (25.42 MB)

Behind the Screen visits the Governor's Office of Film and Television

program date: 
Thu, 12/24/2009

Behind the Screen wraps up 2009 with a visit to the Governor's Office of Film and Television annual meeting.  S.W. Conser talks with Oregon Film Office director Vince Porter about subsidies for emerging filmmakers, and Natalie Butto checks in with award-winner Pam Berrian of the City of Eugene's Telecommunications Program and the Eugene International Film Festival.

Also featured: Favorite stories of the past year, including the Filmusik live cinema performances, and International Home Movie Day.

26:25 minutes (10.59 MB)

Stage and Studio on 01/26/10

Stage and Studio
Air date: 
Tue, 01/26/2010 - 11:00am - 11:30am

Dmae Roberts focuses on Japanese American internment experience through the production of "Snow Falling On Cedars" at Portland Center Stage. She talks with Bruce Locke, an actor from the show, Tim DuRoche, outreach director and Henry Sakamoto of the Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center.

Best and Worst Movies of 2009

program date: 
Thu, 01/21/2010

Annual Movie Talk special on Best and Worst Movies of the Year.  The hosts discuss their choices for best and worst movies of 2009 and listeners are invited to call in with their picks.  Hosted by Ed Goldberg, Doug Holm, and Becky Ohlsen.

54:00 minutes (24.72 MB)

Celebrating what sets us apart

Out Loud
program date: 
Tue, 01/12/2010

It's time to celebrate what sets us apart! The queer community is judged and treated differently for our private lives. Tonight we embrace and celebrate local queer sex-positivity on Out Loud.

Krissy Fiction, from the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence joins us to talk about BOINK! a porn benefit for the Sisters' Grant Fund and Cascade AIDS Project.

58:42 minutes (26.88 MB)

Extraordinary Measures, filmed in Portland, open 1/22/10


Extraordinary Measures (Opening in several locations)
Director: Tom Vaughan
With: Brendan Fraser, Harrison Ford, Meredith Droeger, Keri Russell, Diego Velazquez

Full disclosure: my cousin’s daughter has a bit part in this Portland-shot film.
The story of John Crowley (Fraser) whose daughter (Droeger) and son (Velazquez) have a disease with no cure, Pompe disease.  A high-powered executive type, Crowley sets his energies to find a cure or treatment to save his children’s lives.

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