Re:sound #166 The Fix Show (originally aired 2012)11/14/14
This hour: Storied pasts and double lives. Fix by Sarah Lu, Nick van der Kolk and Brendan Baker (Love and Radio, 2012) As an investigative journalist, Jason Leopold had all the qualities he needed to break big stories, but the one story that nearly...
Resound #182 "The It's Complicated" Show (originally aired 2013)
This hour: imperfect, impolitic, infuriating... love. A Jerusalem Love Story by Daniel Estrin (Vox Tablet, 2013) Every relationship has its obstacles, but this one between two men — a Palestinian and an Israeli - may have more than any couple can...
Re:sound #197 The Randomness Show
This hour, two stories in which random events change lives forever, and a third pulled from a random cassette. The Long Shadow [Excerpt] by Lea Thau (Strangers [KCRW], 2014) One day in February 1997, four young men decided they would go up to the top...
Re:sound #162 The Ships Show (originally aired 2012)
This hour: we’ll bob from the biggest maritime disaster that you've never heard of, to a man who saved thousands of shipboard lives with a deceptively simple design. The Sinking of the Lancastria by Susan Marling and presented by Allan Little (BBC,...
Re:sound #181 The Texas State Pen Show (originally aired 2013)
This hour: we present two very different stories about the Texas State Penitentiary. Both are about soul — the kind you dance to, and the kind you pray for. Prisoner Soul by Vivienne Perry, presented by Gary Younge (BBC Radio 4, 2013) In the late 60s...
Re:sound #196 The Breaking the Silence Show
This week, Israeli soldiers speak out to advocate for Palestinian rights. Breaking the Silence by Cathy Peters (producer) & Dr Peter Slezak (presenter) (360documentaries [ABC RN], 2012) In 2012, writer Peter Slezak took a tour of the Palestinian...
Special Feature: The Last Days of Hollywood Park
The Last Days of Hollywood Park by David Weinberg (KCRW, 2013) After 75 years, the last race at Hollywood Park was run in December 2013. Once the celebrity playground of Hollywood stars, who owned thoroughbreds and stock in the racetrack, we visit the...
Re:sound #165 The Enemies To Friends Show (originally aired 2012)
This hour: people who start out as bitter enemies and end up in places you could never predict. The Rabbi and the KKK by Anna Sussman (Snap Judgement, 2011) When Rabbi Michael Weisser moved to Lincoln, Nebraska, self-avowed anti-semite Larry Trap was...
Re:sound #195 The Dinner Table Show
This hour: the dinner table and all that it inspires. Big Night by Jonathan Goldstein (This American Life [WBEZ], 2002) Producer Jonathan Goldstein made every girl he ever dated watch the home movie of his family's Rosh Hashanah dinner he made when he...
Re:sound #180 The Tit For Tat Show (originally aired 2013)
This hour: the story of Sandra Willson. Tit for Tat: The Story of Sandra Willson by Catherine Freyne, with sound engineer, Phillip Ullman (Hindsight [ABC Radio National], 2011) In Australia, Sandra Willson is known for many things: she established the...
Re:sound #160 The Fate Vs Accident Show (originally broadcast 2011)
This hour: two stories of regular old days that started out static and ended up seismic. Birdy by Michael O'Kane (Documentary on One, RTE, 2010) Ewa Wisnierska was an experienced paraglider. She won the world cup in 2005, and a training run for the...
Re:sound 163 The Far From Home Show (originally aired 2012)
This hour: Two stories of people who are far away — physically, emotionally and/or spiritually from the place they call home. Home is Always Somewhere Else by Nguyen Qui Duc and Dmae Roberts (Crossing East National Series, 2006) When home is a...
Re:sound #194 The Driving Show
This hour we buckle up and hit the road. Don't Drive Like My Brother by Jonathan Menjivar (This American Life [WBEZ], 2005) Charles Johnson was living in St. Louis, married with a young daughter, and he had no job. He looked around, and decided he'd...
Re:sound #178 The Matriarchy Show (originally aired 2013)
This week: the mother reigns supreme. Kingdom of Women by Erin O'Dwyer with Timothy Nicastri (360documentaries, ABC, 2013) In remote village in the Yunnan province of China exists one of the only matriarchal cultures in the world. In fact, there isn't...
Special Feature: Linda Lutton Live at The Hideout
A live recording of Third Coast's recent listening event with WBEZ Education reporter Linda Lutton. Linda's reporting laid the foundation for This American Life's award-winning series on Chicago's Harper High School. She spoke with Re:sound host Gwen...
Re:sound #177 The Symphonies Show
This hour: what happens when we open our ears to the surprising symphonies all around us.
Re:sound #146 The Nomads Show (originally aired in 2010)
Re:sound #146 The Nomads Show (originally aired in 2010) by Third Coast Festival
Special Feature: Persevering Rick
From the ABC's Long Story Short, the story of a guy who was thrown a lot of curve balls, and overcame them all. Persevering Rick was produced for Long Story Short by Mike Williams with sound engineer Timothy Nicastri. Long Story Short was created and...
Re:sound #137 The Jazz and Freedom Show (originally aired in 2010)
This hour: Jazz and the struggle for civil rights in South Africa and the U.S.
Re:sound #175 The Love and Persistence Show
Stories of people in love, who just wouldn't take 'no' for an answer.
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