Re:sound #126 The Scam Show
This hour: the capital of scamming. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
9 Apr 2010
Re:sound #130 The Chicago Show
This hour: Chicago. Hogbutcher to the world, jewel of the Midwest, and everything in between. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28 May 2010
Re:sound #245 The Determination Show
This hour, amateur detectives, spiritual revelations and other stories of dogged perseverance.The 27th Amendment By Matt Largey for Pop-Up Magazine and KUT Austin (2016) With everything that’s going on in politics these days, it helps to remember the power that we have as individuals to make change. Examples of this are far too few, of course. But there is one that stands out. And you’ve probably never heard it.Angie By Phoebe Judge and Lauren Spohrer for their podcast Criminal (2015) In July of 2002, Philadelphia Homicide Detective Pat Mangold was called to the scene of a gruesome murder on the Schuylkill River. When he wasn’t able to determine the victim’s identity, he expected the case to remain unsolved. But then, out of the blue, a professional soccer player inserted himself into the investigation, and became obsessed with solving the crime. Featuring a behind the scenes interview with Phoebe JudgeFirst You Leave and Then You Go By Karen Duffin Re:sound debut, originally produced for the Transom Storytelling Workshop (2013)This episode of Re:sound was produced by Dennis Funk.Karen's dad most wanted to pass on his curiosity and his faith to his seven children. She has the curiosity, it's sharing his faith that she's not so sure of.Music for Re:sound is provided by Patient Sounds, a private press record label and publisher in Chicago. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13 Oct 2017
Re:sound #68 The Big Show Show (rebroadcast)
This hour, we're bringing you a favorite from our archive... the Rockettes, the opera, congress, and other spectacles!To find out what these producers have been up to since we first aired the show, visit ThirdCoastFestival.orgBackstage With the Rockettesby Dean Olsher and Emily Botein (The Next Big Thing, 2004)Manhattan has plenty of icons: the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, the Broadway marquee. But come December, there's really only one show in town: the Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular, featuring fireworks, a flying santa, an indoor snowfall, and of course the world-famous Rockettes.The Tristan Mysteries: The Five-Hour Mysteryby Amy O'Leary and Limor Tomer (WNYC, 2007)Opera, by its very nature, is synonymous with extravaganza: the huge voices, the sweeping music, the epic story-lines, the performance that lasts hours. Wagner's Tristan und Isolde, a five-hour opera, is no exception and it has one of the most colorful histories around.Tristan und Isolde Act 1by Ed Herrmann (2007)For someone who doesn't like opera, there is nothing worse than sitting through Wagner. For those who just can't take it, here's act one of Wagner's Tristan und Isolde in three minutes, plus a summary of the action.What Brought Down the Houseby Brendan Greeley (2004)In our country, one of the biggest shows around is a constitutionally mandated annual spectacle starring one of the biggest actors around, the President of the United States. Each year he (or she) is required to give a State of the Union address to Congress. In 2004, producer Brendan Greeley decided to do a brief analysis of the address to see what kind of sentiment got what kind of response.Saturday Night Kleinby Sean Cole (Weekend America, 2007)One of the hottest tickets to one of the longest running shows in New York is absolutely free. All you have to do is wait in line. Louis Klein usually arrives at the line for standby seats to Saturday Night Live by Friday afternoon. The tickets are given away at 7 AM the next morning. And he's pretty used to the all-night sitting. He's been waiting on the line since the show was popular enough to merit a line.This episode of Re:sound was produced by originally produced Roman Mars and updated by Isabel Vázquez.Image by ChrissyJ, music in this hour by Genki The Producer. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12 Jul 2019
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Re:sound #107 The Loneliness Show
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Re:sound #235 The "I Do" or "Do I?" Show
This hour, “I do” or “do I?” the calculus for marriage, for better and for worse.Majd’s Diary: Two Years in the Life of a Saudi Girl by Joe Richman and Sarah Kramer (Radio Diaries, 2016) A few years ago, Radio diaries teamed up with Cowbird, a public storytelling website and held a competition to find a fresh voice. They discovered Majd Abdulghani, a muslim teenager in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, a young woman under pressure from her parents to consider an arranged marriage.How Will I Know? by Andrea Silenzi (Why Oh Why, 2016) Andrea Silenzi, host of the relationship podcast Why Oh Why, looks back at the role the show has played in her personal life. Travel through the past three years as Andrea talks to her editor, Hillary Frank, about what’s going on in her relationship.Choose Responsibly by Dennis Funk (Re:sound debut, 2017) Choosing a partner is just a game, or is it?The Wedding Song by Yenting Hsu (ARTE Radio, 2011) At the time of her marriage, a Paiwan princess bids farewell to her family and her youth. So the wedding song of this indigenous Tawainese people is mixed with tears. Recorded in the village of Liang-Shan, in the Ping-Tung region, south of the island.This episode of Re:sound was produced by Dennis Funk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Re:sound #268 Sleep Happy
This hour, family dramas can span across generations ...or just across the hallway.That You Should Be Happyby Micaela Blei for Family Ghosts.Decades after surviving the Holocaust and moving to sunny California, a woman lets her family know exactly what she wants from them. But her granddaughter Micaela has a different idea of what her life will be.The Sleepersby Kate Montegue, Mira Burt-Wintonick and Cristal Duhaime for Love Me from the CBC.A story of love, family and sleep from Australia.This episode of Re:sound was produced by Isabel Vázquez. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Re:sound #237 The Tip of the Iceberg Show
This hour stories that dive below the surface to help us understand issues of race, the environment and immigration.How Race Was Made (Seeing White, Part 2) [excerpt] by John Biewen ( Scene on Radio , 2017) When producer John Biewen was in high school in the late 1970s, he learned from his textbooks that people could be divided into three distinct races — mongoloid, caucasoid and negroid. Decades later he wondered when and how this now debunked theory of race took hold. In this episode, John looks at those distinctions arose. This excerpt is the second episode of a multi-part series John is producing on race called 'Seeing White'. You can listen to all of the episodes on the Scene on Radio website (http://podcast.cdsporch.org/) or subscribe to the podcast.How the Environment Got Political [excerpt] by Brooke Gladstone ( On the Media from WNYC Studios, 2017) In the 1960's the issues pertaining to the environment were not nearly as divisive as they are today (e.g. Global Warming). Back then, the environment was a bipartisan issue, and a Republican president created the EPA in 1970 in response to public pressure. So how did we get here? How did the environment go from universal concern to political battleground — with the EPA caught in the crossfire?Listen to On the Media's entire episode about the EPA and the environment at http://www.wnyc.org/story/on-the-media-2017-03-10/State (Sanctuary Part 2) by Delaney Hall with Roman Mars (99% Invisible, 2017) In n the 1980s, the United States experienced a refugee crisis. Thousands of Central Americans were fleeing civil wars in their home countries.In response, a network of churches across the country declared themselves “sanctuaries,” offering shelter to thise who were threatened with deportation and in some cases helped smuggle people across the border. Leaders and members of these sanctuary churches believed they had a religious imperative to help people fleeing persecution. But the US government saw things differently, and took legal action. You can hear 'Church', the first episode from 99pi 's Sanctuary series, at 99percentinvisible.org.This episode of Re:sound was produced by Dennis Funk. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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The 2015 Third Coast Festival Broadcast, featuring the winners of our annual competition. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Re:sound #57 The Seeking Show
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Re:sound #58 The 2006 Short Docs Show — 99 Ways
This hour: 99 Ways to Tell a Radio Story, an audio experiment orchestrated by the Third Coast Festival in collaboration with cartoonist Matt Madden. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Re:sound #241 The Smash the Binary Show
This hour, stories that grab hold of our expectations and smash the binary.My Name Is Shawn and I Prefer Heby Judy Campbell & Amy Standed for The Leap from KQED (2015)Shawn Demmons is a 50-year-old man now, but when he was growing up, he was Shawna Demmons. Lately we’ve heard a lot of stories about people who, after years in the closet, found the courage to come out as transgender. But for Shawn, courage was never the problem. His leap was a four decade journey to realize he was a man. And then he had to decide just what kind of man he wanted to be.NOTE: Due to rights restrictions, this story is no longer available on Re:sound, but you can listen here: https://goo.gl/Te7iqkTwirl by Kaitlin Prest for The Heart (2017)Todd once loved a woman. And she loved him back, but there was one thing that she just couldn’t get over, he twirls. This piece explores what it means to be effeminate when you’re a straight cis-dude. Kaitlin talks to men who embrace and resist their femininity.The Accidental Gay Parents by Hillary Frank for The Longest Shortest Time (2015)In this story, gender is just a small piece of a complicated situation our protagonists find themselves in. Theirs is a tale that turns assumptions upside down: it’s a passionate love story, a tense legal drama, and a complicated family affair, that starts when boy meets boy.This episode of Re:sound was produced by Dennis Funk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Best of the Best 2016 (Part 2)
This hour we're listening to some of the winners of our annual documentary competition. From more than 550 entries in 2016, ten were chosen as winners. This hour we're featuring selections from the winners of the following awards: Skylarking, Best Documentary: Foreign Language, Best News Feature, Best Documentary: Bronze and Best Documentary: Gold. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Re:sound #94 The Migration Show
This hour: people move and places change. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Re:sound #229 The Communication Barrier Show
This hour people trying their best — and sometimes failing miserably — to make a connection.Incommunicado By Yowei Shaw (The World In Words, PRI, 2015) Yowei Shaw was born in the United States and speaks virtually no Mandarin. Her grandfather is from Taiwan and speaks virtually no English. Kid talk was fine when Yowei was a kid. But now she's grown up, she's determined to have proper conversations with Yeye— before it's too late.Meet the Jawniaks By John Biewen (Radiotonic, ABC RN, 2014) John Biewen never imagined he would have any reason to visit Poland or to encounter the Polish language in any serious way. Then, in middle age, he fell in love with a Polish immigrant named Ewa. John went to Poland to meet the parents, but still he saw no reason to trouble himself learning Ewa’s mother tongue. At least, not before arriving on Polish soil.Chin-Kyll and Bo-Ok: Across the DMZ By Davey Kim (Snap Judgement, 2015) What happens when you are reunited with your North Korean sister for the first time in over five decades?This episode of Re:sound was produced by Dennis Funk.TRACKLIST Adriana Krikl, ‘Disconnect’, Snowbirds In Flight (self-released, 2015) So I’m An Islander, ‘Fastlan Reprise’, Væst Ven (self-released, 2015) Diana Fire, ‘Stop Talking’, Super Sighs (Yarn Audio, 2016) Komiku, ‘Bleu’, It’s time for adventure (Chez Monplaisir, 2016) Monplaisir, ‘In the name of loneliness’, Surtout ne pas se perdre (2011-2016) (Chez Monplaisir, 2016) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Re:sound #65 The Podcast Show
This hour: the intriguing world of experimental podcasts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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