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Circles of Hell- drawing

Bloody Hell {format} 54:00 Tom Lopez, The Professor & [Hearing Voices]

A Haunting, Harrowing HV Halloween Hour of Horror. The first half is bloody, the second goes to hell. "Blood on the Pulpit" by David Greenberger and The Shaking Ray Levis. "The Bleeding Man," an ZBS adaptation of Cherokee writer Craig Strete's short story. "La Llorona" produced by Ginna Allison. Radio Inferno, based on Dante's "Divine Comedy," by Andreas Ammer w/music by FM Einheit. "Jesus and I Go to Hell" found-sound mixed by The Professor of And Kevin Kling's "Halloween."

Broadcast: Oct 31 2007 on HV SpecialSeries: Hearing Voices- Specials Subjects: Holidays, Specials

Tennyson, Ginsberg, Whitman

Wordshakers {format} 54:00 Alex Caldiero, Scott Carrier, Andrei Codrescu, Barrett Golding, Larry Massett, The Professor, Marjorie Van Halteren & [Hearing Voices]

Poetry Grits Glory Verve in this (((Hearing Voices))) Poetry Month special. Host Hosted by Andrei Codrescu, of NPR and The Exquisite Corpse, featuring: Lord Alfred Tennyson bangs the podium in "The Charge of the Light Brigade." Thomas Edison waxes Walt Whitman's "America." Cheerleaders Chant" a found-poem. Host Andrei Codrescu decontructs his "Poetry." Denise Levertov knows "The Secret." Carl Sandburg wonders "What is Poetry?" (produced by Barrett Golding). Scott Carrier presents the categorical conundrum of "Alex Caldiero- Poet?" Ed Sanders poses "A Question of Fame." Host Codrescu gives a play-by-play of "Poetic Terrorism." DJ Spooky remixes Vladimir Maiakovski. Pre-teen poet Sawyer Shetfs lists "The Sound I Hear at Night." In New Orleans a hot-dog vendor, a barkeep, and a stripper get churned in the "Poetry Combine (produced by Larry Massett). "Soldiers Drill" their found-poem. Jan Kerouac responds to her father's poetry and parenting in "Jan on Jack" (produced by Marjorie Van Halteren). Allen Ginsberg runs a "Personals Ad." Marianne Faithful performs Gregory Corso's "Getting to the Poem." Another poem is found in "Double Dutch Rhymes." Alex Caldiero concludes "Poetry is Wanted Here." And a Phoebe Snow fan helps sing "Poetry Man." More audio, info and links...

Broadcast: Apr 1 2006 on HV SpecialSeries: Hearing Voices- Specials Subjects: Specials, Literature, Historical

Lennon's drawing of his face

John Ono Lennon {format} 59:00 Barrett Golding, Paul Ingles, The Professor & [Hearing Voices]

A Memorial and Celebration special. Hosted by Lynn Neary, of NPR, featuring: "On Ed Sullivan"- an audio essay by host Lynn Neary with Beatles live performances and 1963-64 fanclub Christmas messages. "All We Are Saying" by Barrett Golding- Lennon in his own words and music (interviews, albums, outtakes, antics and poetics) talks about peace, family, and art. "The Day John Lennon Died" by Paul Ingles- Members of the generation jolted by Lennon's death recall how they heard the news and how deeply this ex-Beatle's life affected theirs. "NYC/LA Radio 12/8/1980" & "20th Anniversary Mourners: Imagine 12/8/2000" found-sound from The Professor- the radio dial recorded the night of Lennon's death, and mourners 20 years later singing in Central Park. "Pop Vultures: Grief" by Kate Sullivan & Vince DeLorca- Lennon's "God" as grief counseling, from the radio series Pop Vultures. More audio, info and links...

Broadcast: Oct 9 2005 on HV SpecialSeries: Hearing Voices- Specials Subjects: Rock, Politics, Music, Entertainment, Specials

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