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Social critic-at-large Charles Bursell presents podcasts, radio art, and commentary in a variety of formats and genres ranging from one-on-one conversation to full company experimental audio improv. Current podcasts include "Conversations with Charles Bursell" and "Stream of Consciousness Talk Radio Theatre"
 
Rocky Mountain Revival is an Audio Art Journal. What does that mean? We are a haven for readers, writers, singers, storytellers, audio artists, listeners and dreamers; an oasis for story-thirsty wanderers; an island of freedom in an ocean of thought tyranny surrounded by sharks that feed on the imagination. And no, we are not exaggerating. We support all arts, though we have a focus on literature and music.
 
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The F-word, self-loathing, Bernie updates, and the real Left because brain. Guests: Chuck and Chucky. www.charlesbursell.comBy Charles Bursell.
 
The world's politics and climate are both in crisis. Proposed solutions will force the ultimate choice between incompatible world views. www.charlesbursell.comBy Charles Bursell.
 
Labor news and politics, Charles Bursell kicks off his 2020 Liberty/Justice campaign. Analysts Chuck & Chucky on the big stories NOT in the news.By Charles Bursell.
 
Ep.1: Winston and his partner Smith set out on their quest for the legendary free flow of information. The serial by Peter Donalds originally aired on The NeoRadio Hour in 1997.By Charles Bursell.
 
Ep.2: On their quest for the legendary "free flow" Winston's partner Smith is contaminated by bad information. The serial by Peter Donalds originally aired on The NeoRadio Hour in 1997.By Charles Bursell.
 
Ep.3: Winston's search for the free flow of information gets bogged down in AM Talk Radio. The serial by Peter Donalds originally aired on The NeoRadio Hour in 1997.By Charles Bursell.
 
Ep.4: Winston navigates "public information" with the help of his new friend Rewop Si Noitamrofni. The serial by Peter Donalds originally aired on The NeoRadio Hour in 1997.By Charles Bursell.
 
Ep.5: Winston battles the two-headed beast of Politics and Religion. The serial by Peter Donalds originally aired on The NeoRadio Hour in 1997.By Charles Bursell.
 
Ep.6: Winston's search for the free flow of information is in peril unless he can escape The Money Pit. The serial by Peter Donalds originally aired on The NeoRadio Hour in 1997.By Charles Bursell.
 
Ep.7: Winston's next challenge on his quest is to conquer Newton Minow's Vast Wasteland. The serial by Peter Donalds originally aired on The NeoRadio Hour in 1997.By Charles Bursell.
 
Ep.8: On his quest for the free flow of information Winston has overcome every obstacle. Will television do him in? The serial by Peter Donalds originally aired on The NeoRadio Hour in 1997.By Charles Bursell.
 
Ep.9: Winston is aided on his journey by the mysterious young guide I.T. The serial by Peter Donalds originally aired on The NeoRadio Hour in 1997.By Charles Bursell.
 
Ep.10: The wise conductor of a search engine brings Winston one step closer to the legendary free flow of information. The serial by Peter Donalds originally aired on The NeoRadio Hour in 1997.By Charles Bursell.
 
Ep.11: Winston faces the final and most perilous leg of his journey. The serial by Peter Donalds originally aired on The NeoRadio Hour in 1997.By Charles Bursell.
 
Ep.12: Winston's search for the legendary free flow of information comes to a surprising end. The serial by Peter Donalds originally aired on The NeoRadio Hour in 1997.By Charles Bursell.
 
It's 70 years in the future and all problems are solved. Follow the adventures of Jake, Pat, and Billy as they try to handle it. www.charlesbursell.com
 
Pat implores Jake to stop telling Billy about the bad old days. www.charlesbursell.comBy Charles Bursell.
 
Pat and Jake visit one of their neighborhood woodworkers to procure a new desk and chair for young Billy. www.charlesbursell.comBy Charles Bursell.
 
Jake and Pat teach Billy why we never say "the T-word." www.charlesbursell.comBy Charles Bursell.
 
Billy, Pat, and Jake go to their neighborhood sharing night. www.charlesbursell.comBy Charles Bursell.
 
Do we still have jobs in a perfect world? Of course. Pat applies for a new position. (We don't call them "jobs") www.charlesbursell.comBy Charles Bursell.
 
Pride superseeds July Fourth as the universally beloved summer holiday. www.charlesbursell.comBy Charles Bursell.
 
Jake, Billy, and Pat enjoy a no-tech Brewers game. www.charlesbursell.comBy Charles Bursell.
 
Billy finally convinces Grandpa Jake to tell him all about the revolution. www.charlesbursell.comBy Charles Bursell.
 
Jake, Billy, and Pat dance their way to the highest spot in Milwaukee for the annual Summer Solstice Circle. www.charlesbursell.comBy Charles Bursell.
 
Billy finds out about a few things from the old days that no longer exist: plastic, guns, and cops. www.charlesbursell.comBy Charles Bursell.
 
It's 70 years in the future and everybody still loves Pub Trivia. www.charlesbursell.comBy Charles Bursell.
 
If there's no money, how does home ownership work? Jake and Pat explain it to Billy, and it's oh, so simple. www.charlesbursell.comBy Charles Bursell.
 
Jake, Pat, and Billy visit the southern border, which is now just a line on a map with no other significant meaning. www.charlesbursell.comBy Charles Bursell.
 
In a perfect world what is there left to fight for? Jake helps Pat with his existential midlife crisis. www.charlesbursell.comBy Charles Bursell.
 
Stories, scenes, music, and audio art by Peter Donalds, Frank Skillman, and a stable of independent artists and “home tapers.” The series aired from 1994 to 1998 on KPFA Berkeley and The Pacifica Network. Ep 1: 10/25/1994. More at charlesbursell.com or follow on Facebook.By Charles Bursell.
 
Stories, scenes, music, and audio art by Peter Donalds, Frank Skillman, and a stable of independent artists and “home tapers.” The series aired from 1994 to 1998 on KPFA Berkeley and The Pacifica Network. Ep 2: 12/14/1994. More at charlesbursell.com or follow on Facebook.By Charles Bursell.
 
Stories, scenes, music, and audio art by Peter Donalds, Frank Skillman, and a stable of independent artists and “home tapers.” The series aired from 1994 to 1998 on KPFA Berkeley and The Pacifica Network. Ep 3: 3/29/1995. More at charlesbursell.com or follow on Facebook.By Charles Bursell.
 
Stories, scenes, music, and audio art by Peter Donalds, Frank Skillman, and a stable of independent artists and “home tapers.” The series aired from 1994 to 1998 on KPFA Berkeley and The Pacifica Network. Ep 4: 7/26/1995. More at charlesbursell.com or follow on Facebook.By Charles Bursell.
 
Stories, scenes, music, and audio art by Peter Donalds, Frank Skillman, and a stable of independent artists and “home tapers.” The series aired from 1994 to 1998 on KPFA Berkeley and The Pacifica Network. Ep 5: 8/2/1995. More at charlesbursell.com or follow on Facebook.By Charles Bursell.
 
Stories, scenes, music, and audio art by Peter Donalds, Frank Skillman, and a stable of independent artists and “home tapers.” The series aired from 1994 to 1998 on KPFA Berkeley and The Pacifica Network. Ep 6: 8/23/1995. More at charlesbursell.com or follow on Facebook.By Charles Bursell.
 
Stories, scenes, music, and audio art by Peter Donalds, Frank Skillman, and a stable of independent artists and “home tapers.” The series aired from 1994 to 1998 on KPFA Berkeley and The Pacifica Network. Ep 7: 8/30/1995. More at charlesbursell.com or follow on Facebook.By Charles Bursell.
 
Stories, scenes, music, and audio art by Peter Donalds, Frank Skillman, and a stable of independent artists and “home tapers.” The series aired from 1994 to 1998 on KPFA Berkeley and The Pacifica Network. Ep 8: 9/6/1995. More at charlesbursell.com or follow on Facebook.By Charles Bursell.
 
Stories, scenes, music, and audio art by Peter Donalds, Frank Skillman, and a stable of independent artists and “home tapers.” The series aired from 1994 to 1998 on KPFA Berkeley and The Pacifica Network. Ep 9: 9/20/1995. More at charlesbursell.com or follow on Facebook.By Charles Bursell.
 
Stories, scenes, music, and audio art by Peter Donalds, Frank Skillman, and a stable of independent artists and “home tapers.” The series aired from 1994 to 1998 on KPFA Berkeley and The Pacifica Network. Ep 10: 9/27/1995. More at charlesbursell.com or follow on Facebook.By Charles Bursell.
 
Stories, scenes, music, and audio art by Peter Donalds, Frank Skillman, and a stable of independent artists and “home tapers.” The series aired from 1994 to 1998 on KPFA Berkeley and The Pacifica Network. Ep 11: 10/11/1995. More at charlesbursell.com or follow on Facebook.By Charles Bursell.
 
Stories, scenes, music, and audio art by Peter Donalds, Frank Skillman, and a stable of independent artists and “home tapers.” The series aired from 1994 to 1998 on KPFA Berkeley and The Pacifica Network. Ep 12: 10/18/1995. More at charlesbursell.com or follow on Facebook.By Charles Bursell.
 
Stories, scenes, music, and audio art by Peter Donalds, Frank Skillman, and a stable of independent artists and “home tapers.” The series aired from 1994 to 1998 on KPFA Berkeley and The Pacifica Network. Ep 13: 10/25/1995. More at charlesbursell.com or follow on Facebook.By Charles Bursell.
 
Stories, scenes, music, and audio art by Peter Donalds, Frank Skillman, and a stable of independent artists and “home tapers.” The series aired from 1994 to 1998 on KPFA Berkeley and The Pacifica Network. Ep 14: 11/8/1995. More at charlesbursell.com or follow on Facebook.By Charles Bursell.
 
Stories, scenes, music, and audio art by Peter Donalds, Frank Skillman, and a stable of independent artists and “home tapers.” The series aired from 1994 to 1998 on KPFA Berkeley and The Pacifica Network. Ep 15: 11/15/1995. More at charlesbursell.com or follow on Facebook.By Charles Bursell.
 
Stories, scenes, music, and audio art by Peter Donalds, Frank Skillman, and a stable of independent artists and “home tapers.” The series aired from 1994 to 1998 on KPFA Berkeley and The Pacifica Network. Ep 16: 11/22/1995. More at charlesbursell.com or follow on Facebook.By Charles Bursell.
 
Stories, scenes, music, and audio art by Peter Donalds, Frank Skillman, and a stable of independent artists and “home tapers.” The series aired from 1994 to 1998 on KPFA Berkeley and The Pacifica Network. Ep 17: 12/06/1995. More at charlesbursell.com or follow on Facebook.By Charles Bursell.
 
Stories, scenes, music, and audio art by Peter Donalds, Frank Skillman, and a stable of independent artists and “home tapers.” The series aired from 1994 to 1998 on KPFA Berkeley and The Pacifica Network. Ep 18: 12/13/1995. More at charelsbursell.com or follow on Facebook.
 
Stories, scenes, music, and audio art by Peter Donalds, Frank Skillman, and a stable of independent artists and “home tapers.” The series aired from 1994 to 1998 on KPFA Berkeley and The Pacifica Network. Ep 19: 12/20/1995. More at charlesbursell.com or follow on Facebook.By Charles Bursell.
 
Stories, scenes, music, and audio art by Peter Donalds, Frank Skillman, and a stable of independent artists and “home tapers.” The series aired from 1994 to 1998 on KPFA Berkeley and The Pacifica Network. Ep 20: 1/24/1996. More at charlesbursell.com or follow on Facebook.By Charles Bursell.
 
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