Alan, Chris, and Nate play a selection of recorded songs across genres before closing with a live in-studio performance by Katrina Harms of the band Six Gun Seven. The concept is playing a bunch of covers of the song “Tubthumping” as originally performed by the band Chumbawumba. However, the hosts never acknowledge that they are just playing […]
Hemp Cannabis Solo puts forward that there are eight hundred Vets’ suicides a month in “Americoma,” and no one talks about it. In those states where Cannabis has been medically or recreationally approved by enlightened citizens, the suicide rate is cut in half . There is a connection that he thinks should be explored by […]
A few of the officers and educators at PhotoMidwest talk about the organization and about photography in general, including discussion of the history of photography and photojournalism, tips and techniques, tools, appreciation and maybe answer a few questions from listeners. The biennial PhotoMidwest Festival will be held in September and October 2018, and they would […]
Michael Hecht has produced a few Access Hours over the years, each combining specific readings with recorded musics that give them a creative and useful setting….blending readings and music in emotional collaborations. Here’s another… A Tribute to Tennessee Williams with the music of Lou Reed, Van Morrison and others.
Helena White, an IOBY reporter and anchor and a teacher at East High School, provides audio images of kids she’s worked with at East over the 2017-2018 school year, with some student help. Kids introduce topics, talk, sing, and conduct interviews with each other. Helena has produced this program each spring for the last 10 […]
Marcus and Aisha Fleming produce a program where they discuss love and relationships, called “Love Unplugged.” They’re talking to the people of Madison about love and relationships as well as the in and outs and ups and downs of married life. They ask for your our phone calls, and they also use their own experiences […]