Re:sound #40: The Wanderlust Show

This hour: voyaging, wandering, and becoming a fanatic pedestrian.

2006 / TCF / WBEZ 91.5, USA

This hour: voyaging, wandering, and becoming a fanatic pedestrian.

Julie the Amtrak God
by Jenny Asarnow (Brown Student Radio, 2003)
Feeling in need of direction, Jenny consults with the all-knowing automated voice of Amtrak.

Annapurna: Memories in Sound
by Aaron and Bronwyn Ximm (, 2002)
An impressionistic sound portrait of the Ximms' trek through the Annapurna Circuit, a popular three-week hiking trip through the Himalayas to Nepal.
"Annapurna: Memories in Sound" won the Best Documentary: Director's Choice award in the 2002 Third Coast Festival/Richard H. Driehaus Foundation competition.

Fanatic Reactionary Pedestrian
by Abner Serd (Hearing Voices, 2005)
The paving of America as seen from the shoulders and sidewalks of our country's roads. Musings-in-motion recorded during a 5,000-mile trek from Arizona to Georgia to Maine.

This episode of Re:sound was produced by Roman Mars.

produced by

Jenny Asarnow

Jenny Asarnow (they/them) is an award-winning editor, producer and educator whose work has been featured internationally in podcasts, radio and museums.

Bronwyn Ximm

Bronwyn Ximm was a final-round judge for the 2002 TC/RHDF Competition: Best Documentary Award.

Aaron Ximm

Aaron Ximm is a San Francisco-based field recordist and sound artist.

Abner Serd

Abner Serd is a self-proclaimed "fanatic reactionary pedestrian" living in Arizona, who sometimes brings a microphone along for the walk.

Roman Mars

Roman Mars (@romanmars) is the creator of 99% Invisible , a short radio show about design and architecture.

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