Posts tagged radio
Posts tagged radio
Terry’s dear friend, Paula, took this photo of her “baby blue” parakeet, Willie, and dressed it up a bit. We loved it so much that we just had to share it with you.
Here’s a link to yesterday’s Fresh Air interview with Breaking Bad writers Thomas Schnauz and Peter Gould. Enjoy.
Photo courtesy of Paula Randolph
The race for the New York City’s next mayor is heating up — and we have the voices of mayors past ready for your remix. With help from the WNYC Archives, we’ve collected some particularly musical, memorable and very entertaining quotes from some of the city’s most well-known politicians. From Mayor La Guardia saying “little bootie” to Mayor Bloomberg’s briefings in Spanish, we’ve given you plenty of options to work with. Use as many sounds as you like (but at least one), manipulate them however you wish, and add any of your own musical elements …
"Peel back the skin …"
Listening to Fresh Air right now & totally thinking of this.
Six years of my morning-radio interviews: gone from Soundcloud.
"This is Stevie the Wonder Dog taking pledges at his favorite NPR station, KCPW in Salt Lake City. Since Stevie is blind, he depends on NPR more than most for all of his news and information."
(Photo: Jen McDonald)
This weekend we’re continuing to take your calls.
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Thanks for listening.
On. Right. Now. nprfreshair:
Stephen Colbert returns to Fresh Air today to talk about his new book, “America Again.”
But remember when the tables were turned earlier this year? A good opportunity to look back at Terry’s interview on “The Colbert Report”.
(In case you’re wondering, Stephen is standing on a chair here.)
Happy 88th Birthday WNYC! WNYC’s first broadcast was July 8th, 1925 at 8:56pm. That’s a picture from that broadcast above. Listen below for a broadcast from the 1940s that features some audio from that first broadcast. Gotta love that Transatlantic accent!
-Jody, BL Show-
Happy Birthday! (Are we invited to the party?)
Some days I miss being on the radio.