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- Inside the Headlines - Jamesd Moore and J.P. Sottile

58:55 minutes (80.92 MB) Stereo 44kHz 192Kbps (CBR)

KandiceGreat show planned today. Don't miss it!

with JP Sottile, the Newsvandal

1. Journalism and Journalisn't: Gaza Edition
Foreign Correspondents in Israel Complain of Intimidation
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/24/world/middleeast/foreign-correspondents-in-israel-are-targets-of-intimidation.html
 
Framing Israel For The War
http://honestreporting.com/framing-israel-for-the-war/
 
In Gaza-Israel Coverage, New York Times Purveys Pro-War Propaganda, on Page One
http://www.truth-out.org/opinion/item/25128-in-gaza-israel-coverage-new-york-times-purveys-pro-war-propaganda-on-page-one
 
Censorship vs. Accountability in Journalism
http://www.commentarymagazine.com/2014/07/22/censorship-vs-accountability-in-journalism/

- Writer's Voices - 2014

60:00 minutes (82.39 MB) Stereo 44kHz 192Kbps (CBR)

Letters of NoteIf you have been listening to Writers' Voices awhile, you probably know that co-host Caroline Kilbourn is single-handedly attempting to keep alive the lost art of letter-writing. You know, the kind written on paper (often by hand, with a pen), and actdually mailed?  with a stamp?  Well, perhaps not single-handedly, since the people she writes to often write back!

Shaun UsherAnd there's also Shaun Usher, whose belief in "the importance and unrivalled charm of old-fashioned correspondence" led him to start a website in 2009 called lettersofnote.com. There are currently over 900 "letters, postcards,telegrams, faxes and memos" featured on the site, written by people both famous and ordinary. From this intriguing archive, Usher selected more than 125 letters to feature in this beautifully designed anthology.  As one critic wrote, this books is "the literary equivalent of a box of chocolates - bite-sized and pure addictive pleasure."

Join us this week on Writers' Voices to learn how Usher finds the letters, how he chose which ones to include in the book, and the process of creating such a beautiful work of literary history.

- Filmosophers - 2014

29:59 minutes (41.17 MB) Stereo 44kHz 192Kbps (CBR)

It's a major weekend for film fans. First, two well reviewed movies come to the Chef posterOrpheum Theatre. One is Chef, directed by & starring Jon Favreau (Swingers, Iron Man 1 & 2) "Favreau has assembled a terrific cast for a foodie road trip that is joyous and revelatory, all set to a great soundtrack". Plus: Obvious Child. "Virtue and vulgarity fight to a draw via a film that should put the vivacious Jenny Slate and director Gillian Robespierre on everyone's indie radar."- Newsday

Also, you need to know about Richard Linklater's "astonishing" latest: Boyhood. "Filmed over 12 years with the same cast, Boyhood is a groundbreaking story of growing up as seen through the eyes of a child named Mason (a breakthrough performance by Ellar Coltrane), who literally grows up on screen before our eyes." So-far there are over 70 reviews on RT, 100% glowingly positive. "I'm not saying Boyhood is the greatest film I've ever seen (although it's up there), but I'm thinking... there's my life before I saw it, and my life now, and it's different. I know movies can do something that just last week I didn't." - David Edelstein, CBS Sunday Morning. "The best movie of the year, a four-star game-changer that earns its place in the cultural time capsule."- Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

Plus (how exciting :) Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes "the first big tent-pole film of 2014 that nails everything from start to finish, blending thoughtful allegory, meaningful science fiction and dazzling action spectacle without a hitch."- NPR. Fridays free film at the FF library (7:30) is About Time, Directed by Richard Curtis (Love Actually). "Beautifully told, wonderfully acted and touching enough to bring viewers to tears." We'll talk all this and more on the Filmosophers, with Chris Busch & Bruce Miller "where we give our filmosophy of the movies and have filmosophical discussions". Fridays 12:30 PM again Sunday mornings 11:30. -I'm f-in lost! -That's a good place to start. Chef

- Around Town - 20140723

29:20 minutes (40.29 MB) Stereo 44kHz 192Kbps (CBR)

Talk, Interveiws and more

- Speaking Freely - Brent Roske

29:38 minutes (40.69 MB) Stereo 44kHz 192Kbps (CBR)

Brent Roske is an Emmy nominated writer, producer, and director. He is currently putting on an original play, Lincoln's Last Interview which will be performed in the Capital Building in Des Moines on August 23. Mr Roske is also working on a film called "Chasing the Hill" starring Richard Schiff and Robin Weigert.

Engel is a Brooklyn based artist originally from Haiti who is the subject of the soon to be released documentary, "Someway, Somehow." A Swedish artist recently painted a portrait of Engel which last month was featured at the National Portrait Museum in London, England.  http://vimeo.com/30752622

- Villinova Slim - 20140718

60:00 minutes (82.39 MB) Stereo 44kHz 192Kbps (CBR)

Listen to our newest addition to the KRUU Family, Jason, aka Villinova Slim

- Inside the Headlines - 20140718

58:35 minutes (53.64 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

INSIDE THE HEADLINES

with Newsvandal JP Sottile and James Moore.

Tune in and catch up on the week's top news stories. This week's three tiers include 'the wetter the water, the colder the hotter & otter facts for fun & profit; the world is flat but not for bankers; robots are us--or are they?

We aggregate, you decide.

Follow all the links below. Just click "Read more."

- The Studio - 20140715-Norman Zierold

60:00 minutes (54.93 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Norman Zierold cover photo

 

How did small-town Iowa boy Norman Zierold become a Hollywood biographer, recording the stories of movie moguls, child stars, and famous actors?

Even more exciting than his tales about the many celebrities he's encountered is Norman's own story. Lucky us! Norman's recorded his journey from shelling peas beside cooks in his family's Amana colonies restaurant to rubbing knees with Barbara Walters on TV.

This week on The Studio with Cheryl, Norman discusses the mentors and experiences that inspired his life choices.

Learn about his life and about THAT REMINDS ME, his stream-of-consciousness memoir (and what a consciousness it is!), by tuning in to The Studio with Cheryl and Norman this week.

- Speaking Freely - 20140715-Andrew Hollister

28:29 minutes (26.07 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Speaking Freely continues its series on survivors of the holocaust, being done in collaboration with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC.

Marcel Drimer was born in Drohobycz, Poland, a small town now part of the Ukraine. In 1943, a Ukrainian family hid Marcel and his family until Poland was liberated by the Soviet army.

Jacqueline Mendel Birn tells of how her family with the help of two members of the French underground were able to escape from Paris when the Germans took control of the city.

- Speaking Freely - 20140715-Andrew Hollister

29:42 minutes (27.2 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Speaking Freely continues its series on survivors of the holocaust, being done in collaboration with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC.

Marcel Drimer was born in Drohobycz, Poland, a small town now part of the Ukraine. In 1943, a Ukrainian family hid Marcel and his family until Poland was liberated by the Soviet army.

Jacqueline Mendel Birn tells of how her family with the help of two members of the French underground were able to escape from Paris when the Germans took control of the city.

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