Tag: radio

Throwback Thursday: That time I was on public radio

September 9, 2008 to be exact. Listen here. Many of us use it every day and

Do Space on NET Radio

For the past week NET Radio has been running stories on the future of libraries


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Friday Video: Ira Glass (Talks @ Google)

Ira Glass is the award-winning host and executive producer of the documentary radio program “This American Life,” produced by Chicago Public Media and distributed by Public Radio International. The program began in 1995 and is now heard on over 500 public radio stations each week, by more than 3 million people, and is downloaded as […]

Dragnet on the Radio

The Internet Archive has 298 of the 1950’s Dragnet radio show available for free downloading

Open Book: Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman talks to Mariella Frostrup about his hugely popular Science fiction/ fantasy works for both adults and children alike and why he continues to be inspired by the thing lurking just out of sight in the shadows.

Neil Gaiman’s Guardian Books podcast: Weird London and the future for writers

This week’s podcast heads into strange territory, guided by the Books site’s editor-for-a-day, Neil Gaiman. First,

When Patents Attack… Part Two!

On this week’s episode of This American Life: Two years ago, we did a program about

Stephen King on Fresh Air

For 20 years, Stephen King has had an image stuck in his head: It’s a

30 posts in 30 days #4: Librarians on the radio

Last week I listened to an episode of The Diane Rhem Show titled “The Changing