The future of Public Radio?
August 18, 2005 10:07 PM   Subscribe

Public Radio Exchange: Part of the future of Public Radio? I heard part of this great interview with husband and wife authors Michael Chabon & Ayelet Waldman on NPR today and had to find the transcript, or preferably the audio of it. Thank you PRX!
posted by FlamingBore (4 comments total)
Thank *you* FlamingBore. Having returned to Canada I enjoy the CBC but I do miss many shows on NPR from when I lived in the US. I just listened to the Literary Friendships show you linked (the Robert Bly and Donald Hall one though) and am delighted to have learned about another show hosted by Garrison Keillor.

CBC (before they were on strike, that is) play programs from public radio all over the world in the wee hours--a mixture of okay stuff and some real gems. CBC of course has some great programs, at least some of which appear to be on this site.
posted by Turtles all the way down at 4:01 AM on August 19, 2005

Nice. I listen to public radio all day and am always on the quest for new stuff.... given that I've pretty much worked my way through the "This American Life" and "Fresh Air" archives.
posted by ph00dz at 5:11 AM on August 19, 2005

posted by Rothko at 5:21 AM on August 19, 2005

ph00dz - check out WNYC's RadioLab. You'll hear some of the freshest radio anywhere. Incredible stuff - it's like the best of PRX curated by one of the great young producers in radio.
posted by Jazznoisehere at 7:23 AM on August 19, 2005

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