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A three-part audio drama podcast, adapted from the 1908 dystopian novel by Jack London, which he described as “socialist propaganda.” Set in a world in which the oligarchs form a fascist regime in America, told from the perspective of two young socialist lovers, Ernest and Avis Everhard. Anotonia Meredith, a historian from a utopia in the far future, provides dubious historical context. A mixture of romance, rhetoric, and revolution, accompanied by the folk music of the IWW Songbook. Written ...
 
The Resistible Rise of J. R. Brinkley is a four part audio drama podcast, set in the 1920's and 30's, about a quack doctor/politician who first became famous for his cure for impotence: implanting goat testicles into human testicles. It uses comedy and country music to illustrate Brinkley's life as he moved from being a small town doctor to a millionaire to a candidate for governor of Kansas to a conservative talk radio star with an ear for country music. Hosted by Dan Butler, known best for ...
 
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The full interview with Academy-Award winning filmmaker Deborah Shaffer, whose work includes the documentary The Wobblies. During the 80’s Shaffer focused on human rights in Central America and Latin America, directing many films including Witness to War: Dr. Charlie Clements, which won the Academy Award for Short Documentary in 1985, and Fire From…
 
Part Two of our adaptation of Jack London's dystopian novel, the first modern book of that genre, written as a socialist propaganda piece in 1908. Jack London envisions a world in his near future in which the oligarchs form a fascist regime in America, told from the perspective of two young socialist lovers, Avis & Ernest Everhard (Tori Rulle and M…
 
Part Two of our adaptation of Jack London's dystopian novel, the first modern book of that genre, written as a socialist propaganda piece in 1908. Jack London envisions a world in his near future in which the oligarchs form a fascist regime in America, told from the perspective of two young socialist lovers, Avis & Ernest Everhard (Tori Rulle and M…
 
Part One of our adaptation of Jack London's dystopian novel, the first modern book of that genre, written as a socialist propaganda piece in 1908. Jack London envisions a world in his near future in which the oligarchs form a fascist regime in America, told from the perspective of Avis & Ernest Everhard (Tori Rulle and Mike Iveson Jr), two young so…
 
The final episode of The Resistible Rise of J. R. Brinkley, by Edward Einhorn. Brinkley (Tony Torn) moves forward with his lawsuit for libel against Dr. Morris Fishbein (Joshua Wolf Coleman), which inspires some moving testimony from a man named Jimmy (Craig Anderson). After the episode, host Dan Butler interviews country music expert Dr. Tracey La…
 
Part 3 of The Resistible Rise of J. R. Brinkley, by Edward Einhorn. Brinkley (Tony Torn) and his wife Minnie (Jenny Lee Mitchell) move down to Texas and start a new radio station coming out of Mexico, finding an even bigger audience for country music and medical themed programming down there. But an old nemesis from the American Medical Association…
 
Part 2 of The Resistible Rise of J. R. Brinkley, by Edward Einhorn. Dr. Brinkley's medical license is under attack from the American Medical Association, and his radio license is under attack from the Federal Radio Commission. Only one thing to do: run for governor of Kansas. After the episode, host Dan Butler interviews Dr. Seth Cotlar and the rea…
 
Part 1 of The Resistible Rise of J. R. Brinkley. It is the 1920's, and Dr. John R. Brinkley (Tony Torn) has a dream: to cure impotence by surgically inserting goat gonads into humans. The dream will take him from being an obscure doctor in Milford, Kansas to one of the most famous physicians in the country, with his own radio station to boot. After…
 
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