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The Millions Founding Editor C. Max Magee on The Marketplace of Ideas this Sunday

The Millions Founding Editor C. Max Magee on The Marketplace of Ideas this Sunday

This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to C. Max Magee, founding editor of literary web magazine The Millions. With Jeff Martin, he's co-edited The Late American Novel: Writers on the Future of Books, a collection of essays from such luminaries as Ander Monson, Reif Larsen, Michael Paul Mason, Jonathan Lethem, and David Gates [...]

“Egypt, Wisconsin, The People Speak” on “Culture of Protest” (Thursday, March 3rd)

“Egypt, Wisconsin, The People Speak” on “Culture of Protest” (Thursday, March 3rd)

"Culture of Protest" host Professor Dick Flacks says of Thursday’s broadcast: "This week we have a two hour block. In hour one, a conversation with Paul Amar, a UCSB professor (Global & International Studies Program) who has creative insight into the rising social movement in Egypt, with music drawn from the struggle. In hour two, a [...]

Brit Pop movement profiled on “I Want Candy” (Thursday, March 3rd)

Brit Pop movement profiled on “I Want Candy” (Thursday, March 3rd)

This week on I Want Candy, host Kevin McCulloch goes to England to listen to Brit Pop.  A style of music that emerged in the early 1990's, Brit Pop was the response to the Grunge movement occuring in America.  Brit Pop picked up on the sounds of the riff based guitar pop of the British Invasion and Madchester scene and aimed them at the British [...]

SB Singer-Songwriter Karen Thurber Plays Live on “Roadtunes Sessions” (Tuesday, March 1st)

SB Singer-Songwriter Karen Thurber Plays Live on “Roadtunes Sessions” (Tuesday, March 1st)

Join us for a visit with local singer-songwriter Karen Thurber playing live on "The Roadtunes Sessions" hosted by Andy Doerr this Tuesday, March 1st, at 715pm. She will also be performing at the Cold Spring Tavern this Saturday, March 5 from 2-5pm For venue information see the Cold Spring Tavern website.

“MOVIES THAT ROCK: Music from Tinsel Town” on “Rock It Properly” (Sunday, February 27th)

“MOVIES THAT ROCK: Music from Tinsel Town” on “Rock It Properly” (Sunday, February 27th)

Of her next broadcast (February 27th), DJ Darla Bea says, “On this week’s edition of ‘Rock It Properly,’ we'll be celebrating the Academy Awards with Soundtracks from Movies about Bands, Rockumentaries, Concerts, Trivia and More! Get ready to Rock Out in Celluloid Style!” “Rock It Properly” airs Sundays in the Winter from [...]

Novelist, critic, and modernism enthusiast Gabriel Josipovici on The Marketplace of Ideas this Sunday

Novelist, critic, and modernism enthusiast Gabriel Josipovici on The Marketplace of Ideas this Sunday

This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to Gabriel Josipovici, author of many novels and critical essays involved with the aesthetics and techniques of modernism. In his latest book, What Ever Happened to Modernism?, he traces modernism's roots further back in history than perhaps any other scholar of modernism has done [...]

“On Wisconsin!” – ‘Culture of Protest’ Devotes Attention to Worker Rights Struggle in the US Heartland

“On Wisconsin!” – ‘Culture of Protest’ Devotes Attention to Worker Rights Struggle in the US Heartland

"Culture of Protest" host Professor Dick Flacks says of Thursday's broadcast (February 24th): "This week we'll get a first-hand account of the Madison protest from Paul Buhle, one of our leading labor historians, who will call in from there. And of course we'll feature music derived from and relevant for the days of struggle." "Culture of [...]

“Black Comedy in America: 1950-Present” on KCSB’s “Afrotensity,” ‘Round Midnight, Tonight (Tuesday, February 22nd)

“Black Comedy in America: 1950-Present” on KCSB’s “Afrotensity,” ‘Round Midnight, Tonight (Tuesday, February 22nd)

Tonight on Afrotensity, Mr. Comedy celebrates Black History Month. Tonight's show will follow Black Comedy in America from the 1950s to the present.  Learn about the role of underground party records and when black comedy became available to the mainstream.  If you are unfamiliar with Redd Foxx, Rudy Ray Moore, Godfrey Cambridge or Robin Harris [...]

Malcolm Holcombe & Rita Hosking Perform on “Roadtunes Sessions” on Tuesday, February 22nd

Malcolm Holcombe & Rita Hosking Perform on “Roadtunes Sessions” on Tuesday, February 22nd

Join host Andy Doerr on "The Roadtunes Sessions" this Tuesday, February 22nd, from 7-830pm. Of this next broadcast, Andy writes: "I'll be talking with singer songwriters Malcolm Holcombe and Rita Hosking. Malcolm has just released his latest CD 'To Drink the Rain.' Both he and Rita will be playing at the Tales From the Tavern series, [...]

Film critic Jonathan Rosenbaum on The Marketplace of Ideas this Sunday

Film critic Jonathan Rosenbaum on The Marketplace  of Ideas this Sunday

This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to Jonathan Rosenbaum, former Chicago Reader film critic, advocate of international cinema, and author of books on Orson Welles, Abbas Kiarostami, and Jim Jarmusch's Dead Man. In his latest, Goodbye Cinema, Hello Cinephilia: Film Culture in Transition, he examines the way serious [...]

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