I need to take a break so let's call this the end of season one. And I'd like to play the second story I produced for the show, an interview with Alex Chadwick.
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Music: Slow Bicycle by Mum.
Erica Heilman produces Rumble Strip from her home in Calais, Vermont. I like it because I never know what she's going to do next. This is a satire about modern life in America.
From following the news lately I feel like I don't know who to believe or who to trust, like I don't know what's going on or why and things are only going to get worse and there's nothing I can do about it. In times like this maybe surrealistic poetry and Dada make more sense than realism.
Which is worse--a campground or an oil well?
A conversation with Leigh Kuwanwisiwma, Hopi elder.
The first in a series of reports about the controversy over public land in southern Utah, plus a story by radio genius Joe Frank, who passed away January 15, 2018.
Something to get your mind off the sorry state of affairs these days.
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This is a Halloween special for people who have not heard the original 1938 CBS broadcast.