Category Public Radio

Worth A Listen: Top Audio Tracks for October 2014

This month, I found one new piece and two “classic” audio tracks to present for your listening pleasure. I have to credit downloading the PRX Remix app for locating the older tracks … It’s a great source for discovering amazing things to listen to that aren’t currently making the rounds on NPR or at the […]

Worth A Listen: Top Audio Tracks for October 20, 2013

Food Writer Marion Kane Remembers The First Recipe She Learned To Make A wonderful meditation, produced by Sean Rassmussen, on the power that one’s first recipe has on career, identity, and making connections. Marion Kane, a Canadian Jew who moved with her family to London at age 4, recounts making a cheesecake, a rarity in […]

All Ears, All The Time: An Interview With The Creators of “Everything Sounds”

Today we have a real treat – an interview with the creators of one of the most intriguing new podcasts I’ve run across in a long, long time. Craig Shank and George Drake, Jr., creators of “Everything Sounds,” have found a way to explore the open-ended world of sound in a creative way. Whether they’re […]

Worth A Listen: Top Audio Tracks for July 20, 2013

Photo courtesy SXC. Weathering the Storm: A History of Extreme Weather Maybe you have to come from “tornado alley,” where I grew up, to appreciate the stories behind extreme weather and how Americans have coped with it over the years. This edition of the Backstory radio show/podcast stitches together several tales about storms and their […]