Culture/Arts

Music from and Interview with Trans Musician Joshua Klipp

program date: 
Mon, 10/06/2008

Gender Blender hosts Rebecca Nay and Jacob Anderson-Minshall highlight the music of Joshua Klipp, a trans man (who transitioned from female to male) who made history by recording a song with both his pre and post transition voice.  That song, "Little Girl" closed the show.  Rebecca and Jacob interviewed Joshua earlier in the week about his career, his appearances on the Tyra Banks show, and his mixed feelings about being openly transgender.  Gender Blender is a new show about gender issues.  Joshua's music has been featured on Logo's Click List and The L Word

31:10 minutes (28.54 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour for October 6, 2008

program date: 
Sun, 10/05/2008

This program is all about the global economy and how to fix it.  The Movie Moles discuss Battle in Seattle, and Bill Resnick talks with two activists  with The Apollo Alliance  about how to put the economy on a green footing.  Hear the whole show by clicking on the arrow above, or individual segments by following the links below.  And please support the Old Mole and KBOO duriing the Fall Membership Drive by clicking on the Join Now link at the top of this page!

1.  Bill Resnick and Kate Gordon, co-director of The  Apollo Alliance. 

2.  Bill Resnick and Barbara Byrd, Oregon representative  of the Apollo Alliance.

39:14 minutes (22.46 MB)

Movie Moles: "Battle in Seattle"

program date: 
Sun, 10/05/2008

Movie  Moles Denise Morris and Johanna Brenner discuss "Battle in Seattle," the Hollywood take on the WTO protests of 1999.  It's playing now here in Portland for a limited time. 

8:59 minutes (5.15 MB)

The Humans Have All Gone

program: 
Ubu Hour
program date: 
Sun, 10/05/2008

The ending of the 10/6/08 Ubu Hour show, where the humans have all deserted the studio and the robots have to take over, asking for money (YOU CAN DO IT BY CLICKING "JOIN NOW!") for the radio station because we really need it, and also giving the credits.  

6:32 minutes (4.48 MB)

An apology from the Ubu Hour

program: 
Ubu Hour
program date: 
Sun, 10/05/2008

The Ubu Hour opened our Oct 6, 2008 show with an apology for the ageist attacks made on a certain presidential candidate in the last several shows.  We're very sorry. And then after that we beg ask listeners for money because this radio station needs your support. We don't get financing from big corporations, we get it from people like you. So why don't you click that button that says "JOIN NOW." Help us out, and keep weird stuff like this alive on the web.  

10:30 minutes (7.21 MB)

Lunaticerol Ad

program: 
Ubu Hour
program date: 
Sun, 10/05/2008

  "And now a word from our sponser.".... Ad for Lunaticerol. Aired on The Ubu Hour 10/6/08.

4:38 minutes (3.19 MB)

How the Ubu Hour Saved the World

program: 
Ubu Hour
program date: 
Sun, 10/05/2008

The Ubu gang kidnaps a certain governor's pregnant teenage daughter and hilarity ensues. Even God makes an appearance....

23:16 minutes (15.98 MB)

Faux News Interview with Governor Failin

program: 
Ubu Hour
program date: 
Sun, 10/05/2008

Swill O'Riled and Ann Coultergeist interview Sara Failin. Short hilarious political satire that ran on the Oct '08 Ubu Hour. 

4:57 minutes (3.4 MB)

Ubu Syndacation Promo

program: 
Ubu Hour
program date: 
Sun, 10/05/2008

The Ubu Syndication Promo - It was supposed to be top secret (in case the Ubu Hour got kicked off the air) but accidentally aired on 10/06/08, so here it is for the rest of the world. This audio track is the special promo that the Ubu Hour was planning on mailing to various media entities in a lame attempt to syndicate the show. Serves as a great look at behind the scenes at the Ubu Hour, where high quality radio theater gets made (cough, cough).  Please support the Ubu Hour and this community radio station by clicking on the "JOIN NOW" that you see at the top of your screen.   

8:46 minutes (6.02 MB)

Calmer Waters

Saturday, October 4th's show was wwwwwwwwwwaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyy better than the September 27th show because I felt better about the music.  The music spoke to me during the week as I spent nearly 4 hours in preparation just listening to the type of music I prefer.  Doing that lead me to a deeper feeling of solitude during the actual delivery.  I didn't feel wiped out by what I was lplaying/listening to like I did last weekend.  Last weekend I had music that weighed me down and actually gave me a headache.  When you run the board, make the announcements, select songs to play, try to match tempos, answer the phone, let people in the building, keep your logs, and remember what CD player you put the next song in, all that al

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