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Arts Interchange – Chekhov’s Three Sisters: Where There’s a Will…

Our opening song is surely well-known–this is “Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay” performed here by Elsa Lanchester, which Chebutykin, the doctor in Chekhov’s Three Sisters, periodically, perhaps pointedly, hums. Believe it or not, the lyrics from this 1891 minstrel farce variety show called Tuxedo do apply here. It may also be of interest that Henry Sayers, credited with the composition, claims not to …

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Interchange – Who Owns the Radio? A Fund Drive Special

For our Fall Fund Drive show we offer some program highlights from the last several months to show, not tell, how deserving we are of your financial support. And we open the show with The Who’s “Eminence Front”…it’s a favorite of mine. We used this in the show with Thomas Frank, “It Takes a Democrat.” The sun shines And people …

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Bring It On! – October 09, 2017

Tonight’s episode features an interview between hosts Roberta Radovich and Cornelius Wright with Mike Davis Jr, and excerpts from a past interview with Mike Davis Sr.  Mike Davis Jr is an assistant coach at Texas Southern University. He previously played at the University of Alabama, Indiana University, Bloomington North High School and Bridgton (Maine) Academy.  Mike Davis Jr is the son of …

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bloomingOUT – “Busted in Bloomington” – October 5, 2017

Join producer Ryne Shadday and anchor Grace Thumser as they welcome authors of “Busted in Bloomington” Greg and Candy Dawson. The book centers on a Bloomington High School English teacher Chuck Walls who was forced to hide his homosexuality because of the taboos that surrounded being gay at the time but it also discusses the history of the LGBT community …

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Eco Report Feature – October 05,2017

Eco Report’s Norm Holly interviews Richard Hardy, professor of Biology at Indiana University, about how mosquito and other vector-borne diseases are impacted by climate change.

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Eco Report-October 05, 2017

Eco Report is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological issues with a focus on local, state and regional people, issues, and events in order to foster open discussion of human relationships with nature and the Earth and to encourage you to take personal responsibility for the world in which we live. Each program features timely …

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Interchange – The Evolution of AIDS

Human hands unwittingly unleashed the AIDS epidemic and can now overcome it, if we learn the lessons of the past. This week on Interchange guest host Joan Hawkins welcomes James Kelly of IU’s Media School discuss the evolution of AIDS, from its origins in the equatorial forests of Cameroon to its outbreak in the 1980s to the efforts currently being …

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Bring It On! – October 2, 2017

On this episode Jamie Cornwell, Cancer Educator and Nurse Navigator with the Olcott Center at IU Health Bloomington discusses prevention and strategies for early detection of colorectal cancer. Jamie provides a host of resources to help make screening and early detection convenience and accessible. Hosts Clarence Boone and Cornelius Wright are also joined by Deborah Myerson of the Community Committee …

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Hola Bloomington – September 29, 2017

Host Israel Herrera interviews Lotus Artists PASCUALA ILABACA, LA DAMA PROJECT, and Guest Damian Solano talks about film series. Locutor Israel Herrera entrevista a los artistas del festival de Lotus PASCUALA ILABACA, LA DAMA, e invitados Damian Solano habla del ciclo de cine.

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Eco Report Feature – September 28,2017

Eco Report’s Norm Holly interviews Abby Henkel, Communications Director for Sycamore Land Trust. The discussion of monarch butterflies population levels, tagging the monarchs, and the native plant project.

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