Arts

Arts and culture

Poetry Sunday: Chuck Madansky

May 1, 2016
Wilderness Sarchild


  Chuck Madansky reads his poem, "Edge."

 

Arts and Ideas ~ May 1, 2016

May 1, 2016

7pm Burning Country - Christopher Lydon talks with the authors of a new people's history of Syria's civil war

8pm  Becoming Bernie:  Vermont Public Radio examines the rise and record of the Democratic presidential candidate

9pm: A Bow to Prince – an appreciation of the legendary musician  

10 pm PRX Remix - Boiling  Mudpots , The Kitchen Sisters and Healing Trauma with Design, just a few of the stories on shuffle  

Arts and Ideas ~ April 24, 2016

Apr 24, 2016

7pm The Moth Radio Hour - A Bathtub Sailor, a Seamstress and a Spy - produced here by us!

8pm Corporate Subsidies Should Be Abolished - NPR's premise for Debate

9pm Freakonomics: Dangers of the Open Road

10pm PRX Remix

Poetry Sunday: Leo Thibault

Apr 24, 2016
Debra Johnson

Leo Thibault reads his poem, "Childhood Blues."

Arts and Ideas ~ April 17, 2016

Apr 17, 2016

7pm Modern Day Tibet - America Abroad

8pm Christopher Lydon in Conversation- Lessons from Weimar

9pm  A Life Sentence - Victims, Offenders, Justice and My Mother - produced here

10pm  Prx Remix

Poetry Sunday: Angela Howes

Apr 17, 2016
Niki Howes

  Angela Howes reads her poem, "Let It Snow."

Michael Craughwell is a welder. He was born in Galway, Ireland, but now lives in West Tisbury with his wife, a Martha’s Vineyard native, and their two small children. For our series Creative Life, Steve Junker paid him a visit.

Arts and Ideas ~ April 10, 2016

Apr 10, 2016

7pm   From 8th grade science fair to the Nobel prize -    A New Moth radio hour

8pm Anna Deavere Smith –  an author and performer talking about her character techniques.

9pm: Freakonomics – using the tools of economics to figure out every day problems. – this time: Tipping

10 pm Stories on Shuffle - Good stuff in a playlist – 

Poetry Sunday: Sheila Sinead McGuinness

Apr 10, 2016

Sheila Sinead McGuinness reads her poem, "Interior with Prunus."

    

Sheila Sinead McGuinness is director of The Residences at Seashore Point. Her work appears in various journals. She has taught poetry writing at the University of Montana, Cape Cod Community College, and Cape Cod Writers Center. David Dunlap shot this photo in the painter Robert Motherwell's studio, Sea Barn, hours before it was gutted.

 

Arts and Ideas ~ April 3, 2016

Apr 3, 2016

7pm   The Ground Truth Project – a podcast about global issues from a Veteran foreign correspondent (Charles Sennott)  -   this time: Stories about the Syrian refugee migration

8pm. A Cure For Aging: there are no ethical or social consequences - That’s the premise this time for NPR’s debate series

9pm: Freakonomics: using the tools of economics to figure out every day problems – this week is about using Behavioral Science to deter domestic abuse

Pages