Tuesday Podcast 3/13/12
Hey, guys. You might notice, if you’re super-observant, that this particular Tuesday podcast is being posted on a Wednesday. Keen eye, interweb friend! There’s a really simple reason for that: our site was down yesterday so we couldn’t post anything and you couldn’t download anything anyway so we’re putting it up today.
Also, it’s possible that you’re reading this at some point in the hazy future, long after it’s been posted and you don’t really care at all if it went up on a Tuesday or a Wednesday. If that’s the case, greetings from the past! Please enjoy this podcast in your flying car.
Whenever you listen, you’re in for some cool stuff. First off, we’ve got a piece from from Canadian producer Sarah Boothroyd that explores the idea of protest as spontaneous music in a public space. It’s called Rabble Rousers (profanity free version). Sorry, profanity fans!
Then it’s Women Rising 19: Masters of the Spoken Word, which sounds like the latest installment in a long-running series of fantasy novels, but is actually something completely different. It’s an episode of “Making Contact” which features an interview with Eve Ensler, playwright of the hit Vagina Monologues.