Hey everyone it's Theo again
Me And Nathan Doing The Show
telling you to listen this Monday
at 5 o'clock because this week
is our 30th episode on the air.

Our special guest will be Galen Hawthorne

who was the original co-host of the show
before he quit on the 10th episode and was replaced by Nathan.
(Seen right in the picture.)

Hope to hear your comments about this week's show at
Thanks and we hope you listen.
Live on KRUU from Café Paradiso, 8 to midnight Saturday night
A Fistful of Daller's
Saturday night, April 21, at Café Paradiso I'll be celebrating 50 years of playing piano. Since it's my birthday party, I get to choose all the music (which I get to do on my regular Saturday night show, "A Fistful of Daller's"!) I'll be indulging in the greatest rock 'n' roll from the heyday of the 60's until today by bands I've played with, opened for, whose concerts I've attended, rock'd and roll'd with, danced to, and played for 5 decades! And we'll have surprise live music at my whim. Tune in for the first live party broadcast on KRUU.

Check it out.
Tonight live in the studio from 10PM to 12AM hosts John Cope and Alexander Stone will be bringing you an all new playlist, more discussions, and live calls in the studio. It's gonna be a fun show.

Artists include: Blackalicious, Brother Ali, Boot Camp Clik, Jemini, Dutchmassive, Common Market and many more!

BlackalciousBrother Ali

This will be the last show of Soul Product as we know it. Host Alexander Stone is moving for the summer, and we feel it's been a good run. You are also welcome to stop by the studio and come chat with us or just listen to some discussion and some music. It's been awesome, we want to thank everyone for supporting us and listening to our show. 

Drop us a line and let us know what you think of the show.


Every Thursday night from 10:00 to 10:30 PM, I play a set of comedy built on one or more themes. This week's themes are theater & acting--featuring Monty Python, National Lampoon and The Simpsons (with a little Woody Allen & Saturday Night Live thrown in).

Comedy Playlist for "Ain't That Peculiar" 4/19/07 (10:00 to 10:30 PM)

From 10:30 to 11:00 PM, I play soul, funk and R&B from the 50s, 60s & 70s. From 9:00 to 10:00 PM, I play pop & rock from the 60s on til today, plus a few fun surprises--so be sure to tune in!


KRUU thanks Hangun Man, Shuge & Cellphone from Anti-civ for stopping in to perform & Shark vs Octopus for making it happen. 


Hangun Man playing live in the studio!

oct in the studio

Octopus in the studio

Former President Jimmy Carter will be giving a free presentation at Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City at 7pm Wednesday April 18th. KRUU is planning to tape the talk for rebroadcast.
The Honorable Jimmy Carter
The University of Iowa Lecture Committee is proud to present:
The Honorable Jimmy Carter
39th President of the United States

President Carter will begin speaking at 7:00 p.m. on April 18 at Carver Hawkeye Arena. Ticket holders are encouraged to allow ample time for parking and the security procedure before entering the arena. Doors open at 5:00 p.m.

This event is free and open to the public although tickets will be required. Limit two tickets per person. Tickets may be obtained from the University Box Office (Iowa Memorial Union) 10 am to 9 pm.


For information regarding ticketing, please contact the University Box Office: 319.335.3041 or 800.346.4401.

President Carter will be signing copies of his new book Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid
on Wednesday, April 18, from 3 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. in the Main Lounge of the Iowa Memorial Union. Doors will open at 2 p.m.

early pink floyd Based on popular responses, Andy Bargerstock will play again his Fringe Toast Mix of "The Atom Heart Mother Suite" starting at 8pm on Wednesday, April 18th.  This creative 32-minute mix combines elements from four early Pink Floyd tracks including "Cirrus Minor", "Careful with that Axe, Eugene","Grandchester Meadows" and "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun".  If you think Pink Floyd started with Dark Side of the Moon, then you missed several years of some of their best stuff.  Turn the lights down low.  Lay on the floor with your head between two speakers.  It will be an awesome ride..... very mellow and orchestral..... you will be "totally gone".... in a good way.

What a fun show tonight. We interviewed Joan Buzick and played her audiobook What Went Right Today, available at www.wwrt.org. Wow! What fun to keep your attention on what went right - it cultivates an attitude of thankfulness. Cool. Thanks Joan.

Then we got to read the delightful book by Marc Freeman's mom, Lillian, called Why Willie Wouldn't. What a delightful book wonderfully illustrated by Elaine Arnold.

Then after a half hour of delightful music (Marley, Simon, McCartney, Methany,Rachel Ries and Sam Beam), the show was completed by Paul Fauerso singing Master of My Heart. Mickey and I feel so lucky to be able to bring you this show each Tuesday night at 8pm.

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SHARK VS. OCTOPUS is proud and thrilled to be joined by three acts from Anti-Civ records (communally run grassroots record label based out of minneapolis) on our show tomorrow night.

shugE, hangun man, and cellphone will be performing live sets- we may even feel feisty and run the show a bit later than usual. who knows. wacky times.

please tune in and show your support- these guys are at the end of a long tour, and Anti-Civ is essentially the KRUU of record labels.

They all have very different sounds, check them out at www.myspace.com/anticivrecords.

Lawrence Liang, AltLawForum.orgLawrence Liang is the founder of the Alternative Law Forum , located in Bangalore India. He is also the legal lead for Creative-Commons India, which was launched on January 26, 2007.

Lawrence Liang's work in the area of intellectual property, and specifically his position against concepts like intellectual property are what interested me in interviewing with him. He has been working towards mapping the ideas of Open Source into the cultural domain.

Lawrence authored "The Guide to Open Content Licenses ", a handbook of different Open licenses and their applicability.

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