NPR Monthly Broadcast RC05: Madness
In March, Neighborhood Public Radio delves into the many forms of madness with "unrestrained enthusiasm." Linda Arnejo produces this broadcast and tackles questions such as: How do we deal with the condition of the insane? When does the folly of being foolish strike us? What gives us the rage of intense anger? She will also treat us to another of her radio plays written by (what some would call) one of the most famous madman, Edgar Allen Poe. Insanity, hilarity and rage, what makes better radio then that?
1:00 - 1:30 PM: Linda Arnejo and Luke Boyd present a radio play
Arnejo and Boyd produce The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe. Can you hear it? The low, dull quick sound... the sound a watch makes when covered with cotton. I knew that sound, and it beat me into a rage...
1:30 - 2:00 PM: Zefrey Throwell with Frank Prattle
Prices soaring through the roof! 2 million dollars for the work of New York's most recent flash in the pan! Has the contemporary art market gone mad? Find out, as Zefrey interviews two talented insiders.
2:00 - 2:30 PM: Lee Montgomery
Lee Interviews Amy Taub from Creativity Explored. Amy Taub has worked in the field of developmental disabilities for the last 21 years.
2:30 - 3:00 PM: Frollie Ramos
Frollie talks with Accord System Anger Management trainer Gino Inesi on anger and what draws us to the violence in the arts.
3:00 - 3:30 PM: Preston Havill
A Relocated DJ from Colorado, Preston will treat us to music and experimental sounds with spoken word.
3:30 - 4:00 PM: Whizz Whizz and friends transplant those sounds and sights of madness so often beheld on the Muni to Southern Exposure.
4:00 - 5:00 PM: Big City Imporov
Big City Improv performs short 3-4 minute games using audience suggestions and participation. Games may include singing, gibberish, and the unexpected. Most importantly, we always ask for audience members to join us and be part of the fun!
To listen, tune in at 88.9 FM or through the internet at www.neighborhoodpublicradio.org.