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Letter From A. Broad (Series)

Produced by Muriel Murch

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Journeymen Travels

From Muriel Murch | Part of the Letter From A. Broad series | 16:12

Photo_2_small Through our guests we learn the meaning and orign of the phase 'a journeyman apprentice' and it gives us something to think about.

Willie McGee and the Traveling Electric Chair: A Granddaughter's Search for the Truth

From Radio Diaries | 22:59

In 1951, Willie McGee was executed in Mississippi's traveling electric chair for raping a white woman. Six decades later, his granddaughter is on a quest to unearth everything she can about his life - and his death.

Photo_b-wprx_small 30 Minute special also available on PRX: http://www.prx.org/pieces/111157-untitled-february-13-2014

L.A. Theatre Works (Series)

Produced by L.A. Theatre Works

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8

From L.A. Theatre Works | Part of the L.A. Theatre Works series | 01:58:00

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In November of 2008, California voters enacted Proposition 8, a ballot proposition and constitutional amendment which proposed that "only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California." The validity of Prop 8 was subsequently upheld by the California Supreme Court, but a new organization called the American Foundation for Equal Rights challenged the ruling in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
 
On January 11, 2010, the trial of Perry v. Schwarzenegger opened under Judge Vaughn R. Walker, with high-profile trial lawyers – and former rivals – David Boies and Ted Olson joining forces in an unprecedented show of support for marriage equality. Dustin Lance Black's play 8 faithfully recreates the progression of the trial through original court transcripts and interviews conducted with the plaintiffs, as their story is brought to life before a live audience.
 
8 by Dustin Lance Black was produced for the stage by the American Foundation for Equal Rights and Broadway Impact. Directed by Rob Reiner. The all-star cast also includes Jamie Lee Curtis, Christine Lahti, John C. Reilly, Jane Lynch, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and more.
 
The broadcast includes three special features: a backstage conversation with George Clooney, Martin Sheen, John C. Reilly, and other stars of the production; an interview with Dave Garcia of the Los Angeles LGBT Center; and a conversation with attorneys David Boies and Ted Olson.  

Alone and Left Out at Valentine's time

From Blunt Youth Radio Project | 04:02

High school senior Theo Lichter ponders a life of no sweetheart at Valentine's day, or any day, of getting left out and just accepting life for what it is.

Image93_small High school senior Theo Lichter ponders a life of no sweetheart at Valentine's day, or any day, of getting left out and just accepting life for what it is. Theo produced this heartfelt and honest diary for Blunt Youth Radio's annual dating game show. No date for him, though.

Taxi Tape

From Sam Dingman | Part of the The Taxi Tapes series | 09:53

Actual audio from inside Sam’s cab, recorded live throughout a frozen February day in 2007. There is some freestyle singing.

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7_small Actual audio from inside Sam’s cab, recorded live throughout a frozen February day in 2007. There is some freestyle singing.

The Civic Commons Radio Show (Series)

Produced by Dan Moulthrop

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