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Dennis Minsky reads his poem, "Summer."

Dennis Minsky has been a field biologist and a teacher all his life.  He's lived in Provincetown since 1968, where he's been chair of the Conservation Commission and Open Space committees and has worked on the Dolphin Fleet whale watch and Art's Dune Tours.  He's been writing - everything from poetry to essays to fiction - for many years.

Arts and Ideas ~ June 19, 2016

Jun 19, 2016

7PM  The Moth Radio Hour Father's Day special ! produced here

8pm American Hearts and Minds - Christopher Lydon

9pm Debate: The President has Usurped the Constitutional Power of Congress 

10pm PRX REMIX

Arts and Ideas ~ June 12, 2016

Jun 13, 2016

7pm  The Mets, McDonalds and a White House Secret – A new Moth Radio Hour – produced right here by us 

8pm  America Abroad investigates: Islam in Africa: the struggle to resist the extremists 

9pm Remembering Muhammad Ali:  The Studs Terkel Archive interview from 1975

10pm  PRX Remix - stories on shuffle. 

Joanna Holleck reads her poem, "Opa."

Photo by Elspeth Hay

  

Strawberry season, in my family, is a religious thing. We pick strawberries in late June every year, all together, no matter what. 

 

Arts and Ideas ~ June 5, 2016

Jun 5, 2016

7pm ​A Walk in the Park - Hearing Voices celebrates 100 years of Nation Parks 

8pm  Ferrante Fever – Christopher Lydon in conversation about  the Neopolitan Novels

9pm Hunters Destroy Wildlife – the premise for NPR’s Debate  

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

Poetry Sunday: Diane Woods Ashley

Jun 5, 2016

Diane Woods Ashley reads her poem, "Giving In."

Bob MacInnes / flickr / CC BY 2.0

Last week I described how a mother fox had given birth to four fox kits under the shed next to our house. For several days we watched the kits playing on a patch of open ground just outside the shed. But, sensing our presence, or so we assumed, the mother fox, or vixen, had apparently removed them to a new location. 

Jacqueline Schwab

May 30, 2016

 A profile of Chatham pianist Jacqueline Schwab, best known for her work with Ken Burns on his epic public television series “The Civil War.” Reported by Brian Morris.

Arts and Ideas ~ May 29, 2016

May 29, 2016

7pm  The Moth Radio Hour - Stories from Michigan 

8pm Thirsty Planet - American Radioworks examines future water issues  

9pm A modern spin on Confucious Christopher Lydon in conversation  

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

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