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Playlist: O'Dark 30 episode 65 (2-13)

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KUT's O’Dark 30 heads into retirement age this week with the best from the world of independent radio production. Every Sunday at midnight on Austin's KUT 90.5 and also at 4pm on digital KUT2 we present 3 hours of a little bit of everything from the world of independent radio production.

Episode 65 (2-13) includes Cairo Reporter's Notebook...The Hammock House...Ain't No Sunshine...Conspiracy Theory...The Mikie Show #17, June...Race and The Space Race...Spring Skiiing...Photographer Terry Jones on His Famous Rolling Stones and Beatles Pics...Movies When You Die...Water Woman

Cairo Reporter's Notebook

From Jerome Socolovsky | 04:07

A personal reflection on the Egyptian Revolution by Jerome Socolovsky, who covered it for the Voice of America.

Jerome_socolovsky_small On February 11, a revolution set in motion by young Egyptians succeeded. Their president, Hosni Mubarak, gave into pressure to step down after nearly three decades of insisting that Egypt would descend into chaos without his rule. Jerome Socolovsky went to Cairo to cover the revolution for the Voice of America. He shares with us this personal reflection.

The Hammock House

From WHRV | Part of the Halloween Haunts series | 02:00

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Halloweenhauntspodcast_small A story of how one notorious pirate left his wife hanging around and how three men were once lost were finally found.

Conspiracy Theory

From The humble Farmer | :25

Why you should not believe in conspiracies

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You can easily convince youngsters that they have enemies who are scheming to take over the world. I don’t believe in conspiracies. I’ve been around long enough to know that greedy people don’t need to get together to figure out how to rob the rest of us.

The Mikie Show #17, June

From Michael Carroll | Part of the The Mikie Show series | 28:02

I like craft. Artisans. People who actually make things with their hands. If you do, too, then this show is for you. We speak with June Rettig, master leather-crafter, more specifically, shoe-crafter, and find out all about it. Hey, there’s a new character introduced in this episode, The Clangs—won’t want to miss that. It's 100% natural entertainment!

Multicolored_small I like craft. Artisans. People who actually make things with their hands. If you do, too, then this show is for you. We speak with June Rettig, master leather-crafter, more specifically, shoe-crafter, and find out all about it. Plus, she’s really a sweet person! . Hey, there’s a new character introduced in this episode, The Clangs—won’t want to miss that. Plus the news, the Hi There’s and more 100% natural entertainment!

Spring Skiing

From Hearing Voices | Part of the Scott Carrier stories series | 03:58

A day of spring skiing in the Wasatch Range.

Sc_scottwrite_small When most people are headed to the beach, our producer heads for the ski slopes near his home in Utah. Carrier explains that the combination of freezing and thawing in the late spring gives the mountain snow pack a special quality that makes for a unique skiing experience.

Photographer Terry O’Neill on His Famous Rolling Stones and Beatles Pics

From Blank on Blank | Part of the Blank on Blank series | 06:38

Famed Pop Photographer Terry O'Neill: "We used to laugh behind his (Mick Jagger's) back saying: 'Can you imagine Mick singing at 40?' And he's bloody nearly 70 and he's still going.”

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Interviewer: Josh Baron, Editor-in-Chief Relix Magazine

The Scene: Via telephone, 2010

The Source: Digital recorder

Movies When You Die

From One Hello World | Part of the One Hello World series | 03:02

I’ve always thought it would be kind of interesting if, when we die, we got to watch our lives play out like a movie.

One-hello-world_small I’ve always thought it would be kind of interesting if, when we die, we got to watch our lives play out like a movie.

// This is such an interesting thought; it was a pleasure writing music to it. Thanks for calling in. 

Water Woman

From Queen Mother Imakhu | Part of the True Urban Legends series | 12:57

Popular storyteller Imakhu Mwt Shekemet's contemporary version of Afro-Brazillian folktale, "Mae de Agua."

Imakhu_by_sammie_signature_clean_edit_small Veteran, popular storyteller brings a contemporary, comical twist to the mystical Afro-Brazillian folktale,"Mae de Agua." Stories about the mysterious "mer" people, who live in the water, have been told since their African origins. Another popular story inspired by the Water Woman stories was Hans Christian Anderson's,"Little Mermaid," which has a tragic ending. The story "Water Women" has a moral of comical comeuppance. This story has been a popular part of Imakhu's repertoire.