• 2012
  • 58:00
  • USA

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Re:sound #164 The Shaken, Not Stirred Show

By Multiple producers

This hour: As the James Bond franchise celebrates its 50th year, we get at what's been driving him all this time - the beat. (more)

James_bond
  • 2012
  • 3:01
  • USA

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How Chicago Hip Hop Went Platinum

By Sophia Posnock

The unlikely story of one man's role in the rise of Chicago hip hop. (more)

Sd12_platinum_posnock
  • 2013
  • 12:09
  • USA

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Soul of a Man

By Sarah Geis & Abby Wendle

Ramblin’ Jack Elliott has played music with legends like Woody Guthrie, Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan. (more)

Rje2_crop
  • 2008
  • 59:30
  • USA

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Re:sound #99: The Radio Ballads Show

By Various

This hour: the BBC's groundbreaking Radio Ballads, produced between 1958 and 1964, which wove sounds, voices, and music into dense sonic tapestries that explored everything from the lives of coal miners to the lives of teenagers, focusing mainly on communities that weren't often heard from on the radio. (more)

Radio_ballads
  • 2005
  • 58:58
  • USA

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The Ring & I: The Passion, The Myth, The Mania

By Jad Abumrad , Aaron Cohen & Elena Park

The grandeur and power of Wagner’s monumental work, The Ring Cycle, has permeated our culture to the point that “Wagnerian” is used as an adjective. (more)

Ring Tcf-winner-award
  • 2008
  • 2:26
  • USA

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Trees Have Full Control of Body and Mind and Are Thus Very Good Citizens

By Amy Denes

A very comic and nervous Monty Python-type exploration of the life of a tree. (more)

Shortdocs08
  • 2013
  • 5:14
  • CANADA

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D Minor: The Ice Queen

By Paolo Pietropaolo & Denise Ball

If D minor were a person, who would she be? (more)

Icequeen
  • 2012
  • 3:00
  • USA

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Revived Ivory: A Musical Instrument Lending Library

By Chris Trimmer

Sometimes, the greatest musical treasures are in our own backyard. (more)

Sd12_ivory_trimmer
  • 1995
  • 32:05
  • UK

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Knoxville: Summer of 1995

By Alan Hall

Here's an audio homage on three levels: first, to James Agee's poetic memoir of the sounds and smells of Knoxville, Tennessee in the summer of 1915, shortly before his father died; secondly, to Samuel Barber's 1947 orchestral setting of Agee's text for the soprano Eleanor Steber; and finally to the modern city of Knoxville. (more)

Ahall_pidgey
  • 2010
  • 59:30
  • USA

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Re:sound #130: The Chicago Show

By Various

This hour: Chicago. Hogbutcher to the world, jewel of the Midwest, and everything inbetween. (more)

Dabears
  • 2006
  • 2:34
  • Canada

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Hello, I'm Johnny Cash

By Kent Hoffman

A radio producer deals with a case of 'broadcaster's block' by asking the question "What would Johnny do?" (more)

Shortdocs06
  • 2013
  • 2:50
  • USA

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Bittersweet For Left Hand Only

By Magdalen Jenne

The ways hands make us human. (more)

Sd13_jenne_bittersweet
  • 2012
  • 2:41
  • USA

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Duke's Street Corner Blues

By Kristina Loring

Duke, one of the many artists in the historic African American arts district of the Fillmore neighborhood, discusses his surprising first step in becoming an artist. (more)

Sd12_blue_loring
  • 2010
  • 1:24
  • USA

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A Cold Freezin Night - 12

By Matthew McVickar

A nostalgic recollection of a late night out driving around and swimming with friends a few summers ago back on Cape Cod, where I grew up. (more)

Bo_coldfreezin12_mcvickar
  • 2008
  • 59:29
  • USA

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Re:sound #93: The Singing Show

By Various

This hour: a Japanese blues singer, an aging opera fan, and homemade recordings of a rural children's choir. (more)

Tciaf_placerholders_1
  • 2013
  • 59:30
  • USA

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Re:sound #171 - The Anonymous Show

By Multiple producers

This hour: things anonymous. (more)

Anonymity
  • 2006
  • 58:30
  • USA

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Re:sound #43: The Music Show

By Various producers

This hour: time-lapse phonography, a much-sampled beat, and the only instrument you can play without actually touching. (more)

Tciaf_placerholders_1
  • 2004
  • 3:35
  • USA

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Seratonin Syndrome

By Ken Nordine

Ken Nordine wonders if the warning pamphlets included with many powerful prescriptions may cause some of us to suffer mild paranoia. (more)

Wordjazz
  • 2011
  • 9:30
  • USA

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Practice, Practice, Practice

By Stanzi Vaubel

Everyone knows the riddle: How do you get to Carnegie Hall? And the answer: Practice, practice, practice. But what if you practice, practice, practice, and still don't get there? (more)

Cello
  • 2002
  • 59:07
  • USA

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Our Day Will Come

By Lex Gillespie

Our Day Will Come explores the impact of R&B on America's civil rights movement, as well as the influence of the movement on popular music. (more)

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