HV/Series/Episode/ Work by: Jay Allison · Scott Carrier · Jake Warga
Hearing Voices from NPR®
102 Lost Critters: Dogs, Cats, a Pig, & 1M Camels
Host: Larry Massett of Hearing Voices
Airs week of: 2010-10-20
“Lost Critters” (52:00 mp3):
Some Dogs, Some Cats, One Pig, and a Million Camels:
On the race track and on the grill, competing and eating wild camels in the Northern Australia Territories. (Camel photo: Jake Warga)
Leo Grillo locates lost pets in Los Angeles. He cares for animals, thousands of them. Today, his organization, D.E.L.T.A Rescue (Dedication and Everlasting Love to Animals), is the world’s largest animal rescue shelter.
Produced by Jay Allison with Cristina Egloff for their series Animals and Other Stories; funded by the National Endowment for the Arts.
A pig is spared the butcher block but lost in the wilds of Washington DC. Blame the Air Force?
A mid-90s visit to Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico. Everyone knows this one of the places where the government developed the first atom bomb during World War II. But our host was interested in Chaos Theory, an elaborate mathematical description of turbulent systems like the weather, and possibly the stock market, and who knows what all else. Chaos Theory was all the rage in Los Alamos then. Along with the theory, it turned out there was also real chaos in Los Alamos. It was slinking up and down the streets late at night in the form of a feral dog. Produced for the radio series SoundPrint.
Hello in Episode 102 Lost critters would you please identify the background music around 6:30 (camels slow music)
believe that was Ry Cooder’s “Paris, Texas,” written for the movie of the same name.
When will the audio be posted? It says 9/28 but I don’t see it up. Also it says it was aired in October of 2010 but I can’t find the episode in the archives under that date either.
Nancy, sorry we’re late: audio up now.
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