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HV057- Roof of the World

Prayer flags at alter on mountain, photo: Scott CarrierHearing Voices from NPR®
057 Roof of the World: In the Himalayas
Host: Scott Carrier of Hearing Voices
Airs week of: 2010-07-07 (Originally: 2009-05-06)

“Roof of the World” (52:00 mp3):

Tibet and Nepal:

“Mount Kailash: Cricling the Center of Creation” (21:00) Scott Carrier

Walking a circuit alongside pilgrims, yaks and yogis, host treks one of the world’s most venerated — and least visited — holy sites, Mount Kailash. Produced for Stories from the Heart of the Land. Scott Carrier teaches Journalism at Utah Valley University in Orem.

“Letter from Siklis,” (28:00) Larry Massett

And we climb to a remote Nepalese town of going up a mountain and back in time. Technical director: Flawn Williams, narrator: Joe Frank.

Tibetans on Mt Kailash, photo: Scott Carrier

More Scott Carrier photos from Mount Kailash…

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Just wanted to let you know that I heard your recording on NPR about dogs. Thank you for a very high quality recording. It was superb… just wonderfully warm and smart at the same time. It made me laugh and cry. I want to share it with friends who love animals… where can I point folks to in order to hear it? I could not find it at npr.org.

Comment added by Will on 04.29.09

Comment added by BG on 04.30.09

amazing show! thank you for all your hard work!

Comment added by Heather on 05.03.09

today i heard your Roof of the World. the sounds your voice telling the story, allowed me to be there….in Tibet. it was so real to me ,even the sound of the prayer flags. i listened to the story on 90.5 FM, Pittsburgh,Pa. i would very much like to have a copy of this. Howcan i do this thank you….patricia

Comment added by patricia morgan on 05.03.09

Patricia, the audio is posted now. right-click the “mp3″ link to download.

Comment added by BG on 05.05.09

I have been mesmerized by this show and have listened to it a couple of times. could keep listening to it. it made me want to go to siklis and mount Kailash. not sure i can make it, but i visited in my mind.

Comment added by vicky on 07.19.10



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