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Conscious Voices Morgan Harper campaign update, and Bernie's Back


59:59 minutes (42.77 MB)

Interview with congressional candidate Morgan Harper, whose campaign has steadily grown in the months since our last interview and has achieved some impressive fund raising goals.
Also, audio from the Sanders rally in Queens, New York, which drew nearly 30,000 people - the largest campaign rally of the season for any candidate so far.

dr bop - Kimberley Mason sch bd interview 23 oct 2019 edited

Interview with Columbus School Board candidate Kimberly Mason

1:01:11 minutes (64.32 MB)

Bus Bass Show Vol 148


58:31 minutes (66.96 MB)

PHOS BREAKZ drops another breaks beat tape :)

Columbus Desi Radio - Episode 72


59:50 minutes (82.18 MB)

Bob Larson - 10/19/19 Hour 1

I’ll be playing jazz of all styles; hard bop, vocal, fusion, big band, latin, etc. Anything with a jazz influence may be a candidate. I’ve been collecting music all of my adult life and now have the opportunity to share it. Also, there will be a lot of local artists, past and present.

58:21 minutes (104.39 MB)

Michael Brecker - Itsbynne Reel - Don't Try This at Home
Tierney Sutton - Blue in Green - Blue in Green
Maynard Ferguson - Frame for the Blues - The Complete Roulette Recordings Of The Maynard Ferguson Orchestra [Disc 1]
Bill Evans - What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life? - Evans In England [Disc 2]
Christian Howes - Both Sides Now - American Spirit
Gerry Mulligan - Black Nightgown - The Concert Jazz Band at the Village Vanguard
Eddie Daniels & Gary Burton - Air Mail Special - Benny Rides Again
Andrew Cyrille - Worried Woman - Lebroba
Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra Featuring Ruth Brown - Yes Sir, That's My Baby - The Big Band Sound of Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Featuring Ruth Brown
Hank Marr - Chicken Pickin' - It's 'bout Time

Bob Larson - 10/19/19 Hour 2

I’ll be playing jazz of all styles; hard bop, vocal, fusion, big band, latin, etc. Anything with a jazz influence may be a candidate. I’ve been collecting music all of my adult life and now have the opportunity to share it. Also, there will be a lot of local artists, past and present.

58:25 minutes (106.07 MB)

Rufus Reid - Recognition - Quiet Pride - The Elizabeth Catlett Project
Nat Adderley - Nobody Knows - Calling Out Loud
Lisa Jelle - Beatrice, The Cat - Bolling & Beyond Lisa Jelle, Jazz-Inspired Flute
Stan Getz & Astrud Gilberto - The Girl from Ipanema - Jazz: The Smithsonian Anthology [Disc 5]
Moacir Santos - Coisa No. 1 - Ouro Negro
Eddie Daniels - Áqua e Vinho (Water and Wine) - Heart of Brazil: A Tribute to Egberto Gismonti
Bob James - We're All Alone - Heads
Santa Fe & The Fat City Horns - Squeaky Wheel - The Answer
Steve Gadd & Friends - Them Changes - Live at Voce (Deluxe Edition)

WCRSFM.org - 9th Column - D. Austin


58:33 minutes (134.03 MB)

# 313 - Musical Dia De La Muerta IV: Day Sera Sera


1:00:14 minutes (55.15 MB)

Tonight on the show, a musical salute to artists that we lost in the last 12 months, from Doris Day to Nancy Wilson, and from Ric Ocasek to The Captain from Captain & Tennille, we've got all bases loaded in 60 minutes.

From the City to the Country Part 10: Our World and Our Lives - October 7, 2019

Join us for our 10th episode of our From the City to the Country rural series featuring students from Rural Sociology 1500 at The Ohio State University. These students have done an excellent job highlighting what they’ve learned about rural life. Tonight we’re going to be looking at global issues, and trending lifestyles. How do our lives and actions impact others? What changes can we make to better ourselves and the world? Get inspired by these seven voices, tonight on Youth Beat Radio.

26:04 minutes (35.81 MB)

Leading and Legislating - October 14, 2019

193 reads Download audio file 70 downloads 447 plays Youth Beat Radio is pleased to support youth taking the lead on so many critical community and environmental issues. This week we continue our coverage on youth in government by featuring the Junior State of America Ohio River Valley Chapter at their annual state conference held at the Ohio Statehouse. We talk with Ohio River Valley Chapter former Governor Gene Kim and Deputy Director of Political Activism Jacob Kravitz. They discuss what they've learned during their time in JSA and how this student run organization can lead to greater understanding of current issues, the legislative process, and lifelong leadership skills. We'll also hear from reporter Nicole Jackson who met with leaders at the Children in Nature Network to discuss how they're getting youth active in nature. Finally, we'll wrap up with an OSU student Khalid talking about the effects of a natural disaster on the other side of the world in Somalia, and what we can do to help.

27:28 minutes (37.73 MB)
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