Title

Re:sound #155 The List Show
Produced
Multiple producers

Presented

TCF / WBEZ 91.5, USA, 2012
Collection
Re:sound
Tags
Death, Love
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Story

This hour: To do lists, compulsive lists, data lists, lists in literature and a list of firsts. 

The List
by Sean Cole, Ashley Ahearn and Nick van der Kolk (Love & Radio, 2011)
A man sets out to finish an unfinished list. 

World's Longest Diary
by David Isay (Morning Edition, 1994)
An all-consuming list of every single little thing. 

The Feltron Annual Report
by Roman Mars and Nate Berg (99% Invisible, 2011)
Anaylizing the data of life's minutiae.

They Didn't Get Along
by Rick Moody and Michael Hearst (Third Coast ShortDocs Challenge/Re:sound, 2006)
A list of things that clash.

First Love and 27 Other Firsts
by Whitney Jones (Cowbird.com, 2012)
A love story, in the form of a list. 

Producer

This episode of Re:sound was produced by Katie Mingle.

Extra

Links
Read more about Meghan and Adam's story here.
See Meghan's full list and what's been crossed off, here.
More great stories from David Isay and Sound Portraits live here
Take a gander at the Feltron Annual Report.
Hear more fabulous stories on design including one by Third Coast's own Julie Shapiro at 99percentinvisible.org.
More from Rick Moody. Books and audio. 
Explore cowbird.com

Music 
Lullatone, "Growing Up," Soundtracks for Everyday Adventures, (101 Distribution, 2011)
Moonface, "Return to Violence of the Ocean Floor," Organ Music, (Jajajuar, 2011)
Chihei Hatakeyama, "Bonfire on the Field," Minima Moralia, (Kranky, 2006)
Matthew Cooper, "Into Dust," Some Days are Better than Others, (Temporary Residence, 2011)
Charles Atlas, "The Deadest Bar," Social Studies, (2008, Howells Transmitter)
Lobisomen, "Plasma is for Lovers," Brightest Solids EP (Tall Corn Music, 2010)

MUSIC FOR RE:SOUND IS PROVIDED BY RECKLESS RECORDS.

Photo
Meg Stewart


Comments

Wonderful program.
Posted by Bruce from Chicago at 03/07/2013
The last piece was so simply and completely heartbreaking I groaned over my dinner alone.
Posted by Stephanie from Houston, TX at 03/02/2013
Just listened to "The List" in my car this afternoon. It was a true testament of how strong love is, even through death. Thanks for sharing!
Posted by Filmona from Chicago at 02/25/2012