SLiM’s Soundtrack Stories – vol.3
dreaming w/eyes open + living w/eyes closed.
feat. poetry & music of Lemonella, Jonah & Amalia of The Stallion & the Hare podcast, Lauren Hickman of Inspired Astrology podcast, and other entertaining oddities…
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feat. friends from following programs: The Stallion and the Hare, Inspired Astrology with @laurenkhickman, and Aurora+Guest from WDRT’s Hersong.
SLiM’s Soundtrack Stories – vol.1
feat. story by Ed Holahan
We’ve been busy around the station getting ready for our first ever WDRT Mini-Marathon. Here’s a few pictures of some of the action.
On Wednesday, May 6th, WDRT will be having its first ever One-Day Mini-Marathon, with the goal of raising $5,000 in 12 hours to support the station.
It’s going to be an amazing day of radio, with ‘curbside’ broadcasts from cars, live remote shows from the homes of DJ’s, and even some online video livestreams!
Programming Schedule for the Day:
6AM: Driftless Morning with Jim Hallberg – Live in Studio A
8AM: Second Cup of Coffee – Special Guests and Features
9AM: Mr. Koppa’s Neighborhood – Remote broadcast from his work van!
10AM: Que Sera Sera with Sarah Caldwell – Live remote from her kitchen table
11AM: Hersong with Aurora Boyd – Curbside Edition
12PM: Democracy Now, The War & Peace Report
1PM: Country Meets the Blues with Doc Roddy – Live Call-In from Doc
2PM: M’Lou’s Shoes with M’Lou Wilkie – Curbside Edition
3PM: Pop, Rock, Etc. with Joe Banks – Curbside Edition
4PM: Bad Axe Tap & After School Special with Chris & Mahala – Tag Team Radio
5PM: Closeout Hour with Special Guests
There will also be special features throughout the day, and periodic livestreams on WDRT’s Facebook page.
This will be our only spring fundraising event, so be sure to tune-in and show your love for the station. You can donate all day on Wednesday, May 6th by calling 608-638-9378, or donate online here.
Join Dan Peak & Mark Taylor for the latest edition of the Monthly Review. This month, Dan and Mark host the show remotely, and discuss how COVID-19 has affected our region, the state and nation.
TUC Radio broadcast portions of an interview with science writer David Quammen, author of Spillover: Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic.
Quammen explores the ways in which viruses are embedded in the same systems of ecology and evolutionary biology that humans are, and how disruption of wild ecosystems can shake these viruses free. He also discusses how COVID-19 offers an opportunity to re-imagine our relationship with the natural world.
Check out the first episode of Spontaneous Instruction!
It’s a show that explores music, sound, science, nature and whatever else comes to the mind of hosts Kirsten and Flint.