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Divine Expression Through Jazzers (Series)

Produced by Third Coast Live Radio Theater

Most recent piece in this series:

David Harris, Divine Expression in Jazzers

From Third Coast Live Radio Theater | Part of the Divine Expression Through Jazzers series | 11:44

Default-piece-image-2 Leaders in civil disobedience, such as Mahatma Gandhi, Jesus Christ, Martin Luther, are followers of their own personal spiritual conviction.  Typically acting out in ways which sacrifice their own comfort, they act as role models to those in their community.  Who are these people, what do they draw upon for spiritual direction, do they sense a clear directive?  Barbara Turning, Third Coast Live Radio THEATER, Inc, mines the local community in Southern Marin and Sausalito for these individuals.  Series includes Dr. Evan Ardley,  Hospice  Chaplain discusses jazz as his source of divine expression, Brennan Newsom, attorney  and  member of  an influential political family discusses what it means to be an examined soul, and here, David Harris, journalist (Rolling Stone, New Yorker) and author discusses how he settles his soul.

The Dooleys, Girl Scout Cookie Bake-Off

From Third Coast Live Radio Theater | Part of the The Dooley's get Rescued series | 11:39

America's biggest family of three, the Dooleys, generously lend a hand to the Girl Scout's cookie bake off. Mother Dooley can't meet the deadline, if she can't straighten her back. They need help, in order to help. Buzz Conklin to the rescue, as both Mother and Father Dooley get very excited about all the help!

Mother_and_father_d This piece is the family friendly audio cartooning series, which "The Panhandle Companion" offers to radio stations.  Offer any of these "shorts" for the listener who, upon polling, will confess that they are tired of the daily  (albeit informative) news grind.  Just want to listen to entertainment and pure silliness that is also intelligent?  Welcome to the rest of the world at radio! 

David Harris, Divine Expression in Jazzers

From Third Coast Live Radio Theater | Part of the Divine Expression Through Jazzers series | 11:44

David Harris, best known for standing down a Vietnam Era draft and paying his time in solitary confinement, authored many books on politics and social upheavel, tells us how he manages his spiritual life today.

Default-piece-image-0 Leaders in civil disobedience, such as Mahatma Gandhi, Jesus Christ, Martin Luther, are followers of their own personal spiritual conviction.  Typically acting out in ways which sacrifice their own comfort, they act as role models to those in their community.  Who are these people, what do they draw upon for spiritual direction, do they sense a clear directive?  Barbara Turning, Third Coast Live Radio THEATER, Inc, mines the local community in Southern Marin and Sausalito for these individuals.  Series includes Dr. Evan Ardley,  Hospice  Chaplain discusses jazz as his source of divine expression, Brennan Newsom, attorney  and  member of  an influential political family discusses what it means to be an examined soul, and here, David Harris, journalist (Rolling Stone, New Yorker) and author discusses how he settles his soul.

Bovinian Compadres

From Third Coast Live Radio Theater | 05:51

Tribute to Old Time Radio's sketch about two 'bovinian compadres" (cow-folk) who plainly forgot how to dismount from their horses. Struggling to remember how to accomplish this task, odd ball ideas come and go, hunger and sleep deprived, we will never know how this ordeal ends.

Default-piece-image-0 It's never an old story: we age and agility just isn't what it used to be.  Physical and mental challenges are met by resourcing and through networking.  This resourcing solution is a social survival skill at which, women are most adapt.  However, we are not immune to the lack of mobility and the subsequent stiffness and loss of agility.  Laugh at ourselves and a solution may present itself.  If this short sketch brings back memories, then all for the best.

The Retroactive Radio Ensemble celebrates Service

From Third Coast Live Radio Theater | 04:38

A short, lighthearted look at the significance of service played out with the "Retroactive Radio Ensemble" Series. In this piece, we feature orally created sound effects along with digitally created effects, as Mildred takes Midnight, her cat, for a ride in the car.

Default-piece-image-0 Oral sound effects, digital sound effects and acoustics paint the picture of an era, when service industries vied for the consumers business.  Economy may bring us back to focus on this ancient art of hospitality in the business place.  This piece recalls the gasoline station, and the attendant: oh the many things that young worker would do, before collecting your cash.  Listen, recall, or be amused.

Wonderduck and Bucky: Geezer in the Geyser

From Third Coast Live Radio Theater | 07:25

A rustic picnic adventure turns steamy, as Wonderduck calls in the troopers, for Mr. McCulley, who has tripped and fallen (face first) into a geyser.

Default-piece-image-2 A special duck and his companion, head off to a days camping adventure in the country.  They are well stocked for provisions:  mother has seen to that, nearly causing the dilapidated truck to buckle under it's  weight.  None the less,  engine stalling or no, Mr. McCulley,  Bucky and Wonderduck roll in to the  campsite, next to a fishing stream, to view a local geyser.  Mr. McCulley slips, falls into the geyser, and sets the adventure on a harrowing time schedule, to beat  "Old Facefull Geyser" before it blows steam. 

Basketball defined in "Bob-n-Robin"

From Third Coast Live Radio Theater | 04:30

Radio ridiculous defines the game of basketball. Bob, an avuncular character, helps a "less than savvy" individual understand the basics of his new job: Reporting for the game of basketball. Abbott and Costello-esque, this piece has very little education or newsworthy value. Purely for the fun of it.

Default-piece-image-2 This short drop in will not win awards in the "intellectual" department of any honors program.  Abbott and Costello-esque, these two characters go over the rules and regulations of the well known sport:  Basketball.  Robin asks Bob about the sport, so he can better report the events during a game.  Surprizing to us all, that Robin landed this job.  Drop it in, to seque from sports to program in progress.