Third Coast International Audio Festival
Re:sound #211 The Pulled From the Pages Show10/02/15
This hour: audio stories inspired by the written word, be it a novel or a comic book. Tim Key and Gogol's Overcoat [NOTE: only available at http://ThirdCoastFestival.org until November 2, 2015] by Steven Rajam & written by Tim Key (BBC Radio 4, 2012)...
Re:sound #210 The Inner Ear Show
This hour two stories that dive into the depths of the inner ear. Disequlibrium [NOTE: not available on the podcast] by Nick Ryan, Lisa Gee and Jeremy Mortimer (Between the Ears, BBC Radio 3, 2012) Nick Ryan, is award-winning sound designer and...
Re:sound #209 The Firsts Show
This hour: first lines, first days back and every last first you can think of. Getting Back Out There by Tally Abecassis (First Day Back, 2015) First Day Back is a documentary podcast that follows filmmaker Tally Abecassis as she faces the challenges...
Re:sound #208 The Behind the Headlines Show
This hour stories of black lives caught in the cross hairs of injustice. 695BGK by Phoebe Judge & Lauren Spohrer (Criminal, 2015) Just before 2am on December 31, 2008, police officer John Edwards was patrolling in Bellaire, Texas when he saw an SUV...
Special Feature: Producers To Keep An Ear On
On this special Third Coast Podcast we're doing what we do best — sharing the best radio from around the world! On this episode we're featuring the podcast How to Be a Girl, and show's creator, Marlo Mack tells us about her experience at the Third...
Special Feature: The Sarah Awards
To kick-off Third Coast's summer fundraiser, we're doing what we do best — sharing great radio from around the world — with some extra special feature podcasts over the next two weeks. On this episode, Re:sound producer Dennis Funk talks to Ann...
Re:sound #207 The Oops!... Who Dunnit Again Show
This hour two mysteries: one involving an obscure novel and Britney Spears, and the other a real life murder most fowl. Case #2: Britney by Starlee Kine, Alex Blumberg, Melinda Shopsin and Eric Mennel (Mystery Show, 2015) Andrea, a writer no one...
Re:sound #206 The Sarah Boothroyd Show
This hour we explore nearly a decade's worth of work from Canadian sound artist, musician and radio producer Sarah Boothroyd. Gleeful Barbarians by Sarah Boothroyd (Short Cuts, BBC Radio 4, 2012) An audio postcard from the often joyful, sometimes...
Re:sound #205 The Imposter Show
This hour what you see, is not always what you get. Chook In Memorium by Mike Ladd (360 Documentaries, ABC Radio National, 2014) The Australian lyrebird is a remarkable creature, able to mimic almost every man made and natural sound; sirens, car...
Re:sound #204 The Stories From Childhood Show
This hour some of our favorite childhood icons: from the man who gave us Thing One & Thing Two... to Dorothy, the Tin Man and Toto too. Dr Seuss and the Butter Battles by Eleanor McDowall (Falling Tree Productions for BBC Radio 4, 2011) Theodor 'Dr...
Re:sound #203 The Rivers Show
This hour we meander our way down three rivers in search of solace, spiritual healing and, of course, total domination. Reversal of Fortune by Dan Weissman, Roman Mars and Sam Greenspan (99% Invisible, 2013) Chicago’s biggest design achievement isn’t...
Re:sound #202 The To Heal A Sick Nation Show
This hour a revealing snapshot of Martin Luther King, Jr. as he struggled to stay the course he'd set out for himself and the nation. To Heal A Sick Nation [EXCERPT] by Greg Kelly & Stephen Smith and presented by Paul Kennedy (Ideas [CBC], 2014) By...
Re:sound #129 The Nerve Show (originally aired 2010)
This hour: how and why we're wired for sound. A look at music and the brain. The Nerve (episode 1): Music and the Brain by Jowi Taylor, Chris Brookes, and Paolo Pietropaolo (Inside the Music, CBC, 2009) Consider music, if you will. Music! Beautiful,...
Special Feature: The Sitter Dispatch
This week on the podcast, a Third Coast original production. The Sitter Dispatch by Maya Goldberg-Safir & Dennis Funk (Re:sound debut, 2015) Straight out of college, Maya was living in her cousins' attic and was working a part-time, unpaid internship....
Re:sound #201 The Cathy Fitzgerald Show
This hour we celebrate the ethereal, Dickens-inspired works of British producer Cathy Fitzgerald. Skylarking [Excerpt] by Cathy Fitzgerald [Sound Design by Joe Acheson] (Between the Ears, BBC Radio 3, 2014) Cathy FitzGerald meets a prisoner and a...
Re:sound #186 The 2013 ShortDocs Show (updated 2015)
This hour: We showcase some of our favorite stories from the 2013 Third Coast ShortDocs Challenge: Appetite, and talk to the organizer of the project, former Third Coast Artistic Director Julie Shapiro about the rules, the incentives, and our...
Re:sound 185 The Chance Encounters Show (originally aired...
This hour: when two people meet, sometimes extraordinary things happen. And sometimes extraordinary things happen in order for two people to meet. Message in a Bottle by Peter Mulryan and Liam O'Brien (Documentary on One, RTE, 2012) On Christmas day...
Re:sound #171 The Anonymous Show (originally aired 2013)
This hour: things anonymous. Someone's Screaming Outside by Mad Genius (Re:sound debut, 2013) Someone's Screaming Outside by the anonymous producer collective, Mad Genius, revisits the rainy Florida night George Zimmerman met Trayvon Martin, using...
Re:sound #169 The Vietnam Show (originally aired 2013)
This hour: hauntings of war, ethereal recordings, and other ghosts of Vietnam. The Vietnam Tapes of Lance Corporal Michael A. Baronowski by Christina Egloff and Jay Allison (All Things Considered, 2001) In 1966, Michael Baronowski took a reel-to-reel...
Re:sound #200 The Dads Disappearing Show
This week stories of dads who are starting to slip away and the sons who are desperately trying to stay connected. Mind Shaft by Lea Thau (KCRW, Strangers, 2014) Greg O'Brien has been a writer, journalist and thinker all his life. Now he is losing his...
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