Afternoon Brother

program date: 
Thu, 02/28/2008

This is Sacramento's Afternoon Brother recorded live in Studio 2 at KBOO studios. The complete performance will air soon on Night of the Living Tongue.

4:54 minutes (4.48 MB)

Charles Burns' Black Hole

Words and Pictures
program date: 
Mon, 02/25/2008

1970's Seattle is the setting for legendary Raw cartoonist Charles Burns' epic graphic novel Black Hole that concerns the the universal and very real difficulties faced by young people trying to figure out the opposite sex and other "growing up" issues told with a backdrop of classic film noir horror and incredible detail.

35:16 minutes (14.13 MB)

Teens and the Internet


 Old Mole Bill Resnick talks with Corinna de Gennaro of the Berkman Center about her research on how young people use the internet and what internet users do to protect the freedom  of the web from corporate and government control.  

19:40 minutes (9 MB)

Short Story: El Pichis


 Luz María Gordillo reads another in her series  of short stories  about the Mexican immigrant experience, "El Pichis".  These stories are based on extensive interviews with immigrants.

7:13 minutes (3.3 MB)

The Sudden Radio Project - January 2008

program date: 
Sun, 01/27/2008

SRP kicks off a lucky seventh year of Radio Theater from the top off our heads to the back of your mind.

59:15 minutes (16.95 MB)

The Ani DiFranco show is sold out!


I was hoping to see Ani's show here at the Crystal on Friday April 18. My bad, my very bad, for not going to get tickets. I almost cried when I heard the show is sold out. I've seen Ani play live countless times over the years but not in the recent past. And not since she's a Mom. Wonder how that's affected her musak?

The next best thing I can do is dream of an ANI SPECIAL.....coming soon to a radio station near you......

If you have an extra ticket or two, contact me asap!

Artist Arvie Smith and his new exhibit, "At Freedom's Door"

Art Focus
program date: 
Wed, 02/20/2008

Julie Bernard visits with painter Arvie Smith, whose large colorful works are currently on exhibit at the Pacific Northwest College of Art in the Swigert Commons.

29:05 minutes (26.64 MB)

Seneca the Librarian and the cyber-space frontier


Pat McGuire and her guest, Seneca the Librarian explore the cyber-space frontier: information technology, computing power, and all the knowledge in the universe.

29:42 minutes (27.2 MB)

Art or Racism? Islamic Relations on Danish Comic Reprinting

Evening News


Several newspapers in Denmark reprinted a cartoon depicting the Prophet Mohammed with a turban shaped like a bomb yesterday.

The cartoon sparked massive protests when it was originally printed in 2006. The reprinting of the cartoon yesterday occurred a day after three men were arrested for allegedly planning to kill the original artist and publisher of the cartoon.

4:40 minutes (2.14 MB)

Grace Paley




57:57 minutes (23.22 MB)
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