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Caption: Free Spirit Media
11 Pieces

Using the poem "Where I'm From" by Willie Perdomo as a creative prompt, students created poems to share and express where they come from and how they view the world: their neighborhoods, homes and experiences. After recording the poetry in small groups, students used Final Cut Pro to edit their work, adding music and sound effects to complete their message. Pieces were written, performed, recorded, and edited by students through Free Spirit Media at North Lawndale College Prep on the West Side of Chicago, IL.

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By reducing, eliminating, and preventing waste, we live more harmoniously with the planet and its natural rhythms.

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Good Dirt Radio explores how food affects who we are and how we live.

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When people work together to create change that benefits all, good things happen.

Caption: Tim Stackpool - Presenter
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THE WORLD with Tim Stackpool looks at humanitarian stories affecting the people of our planet, either on a mass or individual scale, reported by various news agencies .

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An ongoing conversation with investors, corporations, policymakers and public interest groups about what financial markets and businesses need to do to address the most pressing social and environmental issues of the day.

  • From: Ian Gray
  • Updated: Nov 14, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 16:00
Caption: Computer Talk Radio, Credit: Computer Talk Radio
59 Pieces

Computer Talk Radio is a well rounded weekly computer show that targets a general audience, not treating them like idiots, but also not treating them like geeks. Computer Talk Radio is the only weekly broadcast show on computers and technology currently offered via PRX. (This is the 59 minute version)

Caption: Computer Talk Radio, Credit: Computer Talk Radio
144 Pieces

Computer Talk Radio is a well rounded weekly computer show that targets a general audience, not treating them like idiots, but also not treating them like geeks. Computer Talk Radio is the only weekly broadcast show on computers and technology currently offered via PRX. (This is the 54 minute version)

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Commentary and sense-of-place essays about people, places and experiences around the world.

Caption: wings.org
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Weekly half-hour series about the global women's movement and women's perspectives on current issues, produced in collaboration with media women around the world.

  • From: Frieda Werden
  • Updated: Nov 18, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 28:45
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A short feature focusing on interesting/important topics for military and vet communities.

  • From: Rick Rogers
  • Updated: Nov 20, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:00
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This 8-part Anniversary Series will showcase selected works by Soundwalk Collective that have both defined and defied the soundscape genre.

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39 Pieces

Mixing music, dialogue from soundtracks, press conferences, sound effects and other sources, Shortcuts has presented a wide variety of themes over the past forty years, including programs on growing up, growing old, going crazy, being afraid, alone, in love; shows on music, space, race and politics from Watergate to Obama Care, plus retrospectives featuring the major events of each passing year. Recorded and mixed digitally, shortcuts features no narration, it's message evolves from the careful juxtaposition of the various elements.

  • From: Peter Bochan
  • Updated: Nov 21, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 49:22
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177 Pieces

This weekly show is devoted to political, social, economic, ecological, philosophical and religious ideas.

  • From: Guy Rathbun
  • Updated: Nov 21, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 28:25
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58 Pieces

Everything Sounds is a podcast and short-form radio program exploring the role of sound in art, science, culture, and our everyday lives.

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382 Pieces

Single pieces from The Final Edition Radio Hour.

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There's a new Arts & Cultural Heritage funded program at KVSC, the Untold Stories of Central Minnesota. Through partnering between KVSC Radio and the Stearns History Museum and Research Center, your host Jeff Carmack will be bringing listeners a series of features about parts of our culture that may have been lost within the mist of history. For more information on the Untold Stories of Central Minnesota, including how you can get your untold story told, you can find this on our website at kvsc.org under the “podcasts: untold stories” link, or send an email to info@kvsc.org.

  • From: KVSC
  • Updated: Nov 26, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 28:32
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A three-part sound collage that memorializes African American men and women who were tortured by Chicago Police officers in the 1970s and 1980s.

  • From: Michelle Boyd
  • Updated: Nov 26, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:16
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A special Christmas series of stories about Dave - the owner of the world's smallest record store where the motto is: "We May Not Be Big But We're Small."

  • From: Vinyl Cafe
  • Updated: Nov 27, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 52:31
Caption: The midnight sun., Credit: Louisa Jonas
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Distillations' three-part series "A Day in the Life" spotlights the common chemistry of morning, noon, and night.

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Celebrating major birthday and anniversary milestones of some of America's great musicians throughout 2013.

  • From: Joyride Media
  • Updated: Nov 27, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 59:01
Caption: Provence, Credit: Lydia Roelandts, Antwerp, Belgium
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Bonjour Chanson brings a kaleidoscope of French Language Popular Music to English speakers. The artists and songs are introduced in English. French language skills are not required.

  • From: Charles Spira
  • Updated: Nov 29, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 27:50
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Fun, entertaining, science-based radio show exploring critical issues regarding our natural world.

  • From: Pat Maxwell
  • Updated: Nov 29, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:30
Caption: Christmas Spirit, Credit: Margaret Agard
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True stories of the Christmas spirit

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Stories from the Facebook Generation: growing up, getting work and going out -- angsty millennial style.

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Sonic Youth IDs are little snippets of life that are sometimes ordinary and sometimes extraordinary. Mixed with sounds and soundtracks these are cute pieces about life and our spinners.

Caption: "8 records and 1 castaway"
39 Pieces

When you put one castaway and eight records together in conversation, it’s hard to stop listening. Each week people from all aspects of life are asked the question, if you were to be cast away alone on a desert island, which eight records would you choose to have with you, assuming of course, that you had a listening device and an inexhaustible power source. Desert Island Discs gives the listener a unique entrée into the lives of "ordinary" people living their lives in "extraordinary" ways employing an engaging mixture of curiosity, intelligence and warmth.

  • From: Jeff Wax
  • Updated: Dec 06, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:17:37
Caption: "Existential Russia" protesters in Moscow, Sept. 15th 2012., Credit: Sarah Stuteville
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Generation Putin: stories exploring politics and everyday life for Millennials in the former Soviet Union, is produced by the Seattle Globalist and comes from PRX, the Public Radio Exchange, with financial support from the Open Society Foundations.

Caption: Find the full-size tour map at: http://web.mit.edu/tyr/tours/Cambridge-Green-Audio-Tour/CambridgeGreenAudioTourMap-8.5x11.pdf
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MIT/Terrascope Youth Radio reporters take you on a green audio tour of Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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Unexpected radio for the insatiably curious. New ideas, untold stories, surprising voices. An hour-long magazine program hosted by Virginia Prescott with interviews and sound-rich stories covering a variety of topics including pop culture, science, the news, media, technology, books, and the arts. Made in New Hampshire, for everyone. NOTE: Episodes uploaded after 12/10/12 will reflect the show's new 20/40 clock format.