Swear Reel

program date: 
Mon, 09/09/2013

NSFW! It's a rapid-fire compilation of all the dirty words and moments from the show that would make your mother scream in disgust.

 

Cast: Jason, Kristin, Nicholas, RaScHo, Sara, Devin, Kirsten, Noah, Aaron, Michelle & Rolf

Writer: Liden-Madrano

Director: Noah Madrano

3:06 minutes (7.1 MB)

Commercial Reel

program date: 
Mon, 09/09/2013

The best fake commercials of the show, including commercials for Blow Hard Tissues, Sparkles, and the healing power of Twinkies!

 

Cast: Jill, RaScHo, Kirsten, Noah & Aaron

Writer: Liden-Madrano

Director: Noah Madrano

3:14 minutes (7.41 MB)

Psych Ward Compilation Reel

program date: 
Mon, 09/09/2013

A quick-clip, out-of-context look at Kirsten Liden's Memoirs From the Psych Ward. [You can listen to the full versions of each Psych Ward episode using the following links: Day 0, Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, Day 5, Day 6]

 

6:09 minutes (14.07 MB)

Musical Highlight Reel

program date: 
Mon, 09/09/2013

Noah introduces the best musical moments from the first year of the show. Featured songs: "Electrocomp1", "Pumpernickelstine's Song", "Revelation 9", "Trapped in the Bunker"

 

Cast: Joe, Conch, Jason, Kristin, Nicholas, RaScHo, Sara, Kirsten, Noah, Grace, Michelle, Rolf, Dr. Spo, Christina, Deb & Chintzy Schmaltz

Writer: Liden-Madrano

9:16 minutes (21.22 MB)

Anniversary Show intro-letters

program date: 
Mon, 09/09/2013

Noah & Kirsten introduce Sub-Human Intellect Theater's 1st Anniversary Spectacular, then play some of their favorite Letters From Listeners. Included is the deleted song "There's No Business Like No Business".

 

Cast: Kirsten & Noah

Writer: Liden-Madrano

Director: Noah Madrano

10:12 minutes (23.35 MB)

Eugene police will engage in forced blood tests over 4th of July weekend

program: 
Evening News
program date: 
Wed, 07/02/2014
Eugene listeners will be interested to know that if they’re stopped at a police checkpoint this coming weekend, they had better agree to perform a Breathalyzer test, or risk being forced to have their blood drawn by the police.

During the coming holiday weekend in Eugene, police will implement a policy to forcibly draw blood from people who refuse to take an alcohol Breathalyzer test.
The so-called ‘no refusal’ policy will likely result in people being strapped down to gurneys and forced to have their blood drawn.
 
That’s been the result of ‘no refusal’ policies in other cities where they’ve been implemented.
4:32 minutes (4.15 MB)

Sexual Assault Services of Northwest New Mexico on Human Beings with 5 Fingers

program date: 
Tue, 07/01/2014
Christopher Francisco is in New Mexico. He spoke recently with Shannon Hoshnic, Prevention Educator/Administrative Assistant and Cheryl A. Eaton, Rural Coordinator and Sexual Assault Advocate for Sexual Assault Services of Northwest New Mexico.
65:34 minutes (60.03 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour for June 30, 2014

program date: 
Mon, 06/30/2014


Tom Becker hosts this latest report from the Old Mole, and we hear about threats to privatize our Postal Service; the contradiction between capitalism and a survivable planet; a novel about coming of age in a small town; and the music and radical politics of saxophonist Fred Ho who died recently.  

You can hear the whole show by using the play button below.  To hear individual segments, follow the links below.  You can keep up with us on Facebook -- become our friend and receive links to shows and other interesting stuff.  Or leave a comment in the comment section on this page.   51:38 minutes (35.46 MB)

Radical Musicology: Fred Ho

program date: 
Mon, 06/30/2014
Today's Old Mole features the music of Fred Ho, composer, saxophonist, writer, and radical political activist who died in April.  In this segment, we hear some of the musical selections played on the show, the first with an introduction by Ho himself.  These are followed by a conversation with the Mole's radical musicologist Brad Duncan and Joe Clement in which they explore his music and his life and politics.   13:23 minutes (9.19 MB)

Book Mole: "Now Is the Hour"

Categories:
program date: 
Mon, 06/30/2014
The Old Mole's Literary Critic Larry Bowlden review  Portland writer Tom Spanbauer's 2006 coming of age novel Now Is the Hour about a boy growing up and away from his small hometown.  Larry finds that Spanbauer "captures both the humor and the heartache of trying to grow up into one's sexuality, especially when faced with criticism on almost all fronts."  
More of Larry's find reviews can be found here.  
6:12 minutes (4.26 MB)

Capitalism and Climate Change

program date: 
Mon, 06/30/2014
A healthy economy is one that is growing; but how long can a healthy planet sustain a growing economy?  In a recent blog post, Alyssa Röhricht lays out the contradiction between capitalism and the survival of life on Earth.  Tom Becker reads it for us.   8:14 minutes (5.66 MB)

Saving Our Postal Service

program date: 
Mon, 06/30/2014
Since the founding of the US, the postal service has delivered mail quickly and securely from any place in the country to any other place in it, all for a price anyone could afford.  Now many corporations and members of congress want to break up this birthright and hand it over to private, profit-making companies.  Willie Goshell is an officer in the National Association of Letter Carriers and active in the Portland Campaign to Save Our Post Office.  Here he talks with Bill Resnick about how much we would be losing if Postal Service gets privatized, and what we can do to stop it.   19:03 minutes (13.08 MB)

August ending

program date: 
Mon, 08/12/2013

After Noah wakes up from his dream, Kirsten hands control of the show back to him.

 

Cast: Kirsten & Noah

Writer: Liden-Madrano

Director: Noah Madrano

Produced by Power T Productions

3:53 minutes (8.9 MB)

Noah Madrano interview

program date: 
Mon, 08/12/2013

Kirsten sits down with former host/creator of Sub-Human Intellect Theater, Noah Madrano. In this interview, they discuss the title of the show, as well as other aspects of producing a radio theater program.
[NOTE: Also includes the intro to Dreamtime Theater, which can be heard here.]

 

Cast: Kirsten & Noah

Writer: Liden-Madrano

15:18 minutes (35.01 MB)

 

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