A young maiden has a dream: she wants to meet the Prince so he will fall in love with her and take her as his wife. But how to get the royal lad's attention? That is a dilemma that she seems unable to resolve until she meets an old, mystical creature with special powers and a very unusual name that must never be spoken.
NOTE: Includes an extra sing along at the end that didn't get broadcast due to the show running long.
It's sci-fi adventure on this month's episode of Sub-Human Intellect Theater! First, we have another installment of the long-running short-form series Memoirs From the Psych Ward. Then we're joined in the studio by KBOO Program Director and co-host of Life During Wartime, Erin Yanke, who will be conducting an on-air evaluation of our show. And for the main event, we present Stoner Trek, the long-lost episode of the original 1960's TV series Star Trek, which coincidently has another movie spin-off in theaters this month! All that plus letters from listeners and a behind-the-scenes look at how we produce this show and more on Sub-Human Intellect Theater!
Jim Pepper: Re-imagining a Jazz Sensibility on KBOO 90.7FM
Tune into KBOO 90.7FM this Saturday May 25 2:00-3:30pm PST for an hour and a half of rare Jim Pepper audio tracks, Jim PepperFest 2013 updates and sparkling, witty and erudite conversation on The Motif’s show.
One of the great things about KBOO (Full Strength Community Radio) is that the station’s programmers have such wide latitude with their time, with time itself, in that they can play tracks that most stations won’t touch because of their length.
Jim Pepper never recorded for pop radio. Probably 95% of his recorded tracks are longer than five minutes. You need a long attention span to really hear and understand his music.