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Live At WTJU
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Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza | WFMU
 
A live, improvised sound collage experiment, going back 23 years, weaving mesmerizing new soundscapes from found and collected materials right in the present moment.Pop music, speeches, live phone calls and spontaneous monologues become ambient loopy layered threads riding the liminal spaces between waking and dreaming.
 
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Artists break down their albums, track by track, to explain the meaning and process behind each piece.
 
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Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza
 
Live improvised sound collage experiment. New audio added regularly. http://lastever.org
 
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Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza
 
Live improvised sound collage experiment. New audio added regularly. http://lastever.org
 
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Arts on Grounds
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The arts at UVA are a vibrant part of the cultural fabric of the University and surrounding community. Each episode features an interview with a University student, faculty member, or visiting artist, as well as a short arts events calendar. Arts on Grounds is a production of WTJU and WXTJ, with generous support from the UVA Arts Council. Opening music: Podington Bear – “By Grace” Event music: Jahzzar – “Please Listen Carefully”
 
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WTJU celebrates 60 years on air, our first broadcast was April 1, 1957. As we celebrate over half a century on air, we talk with both current announcers and alumni about the station.
 
WTJU celebrates 60 years on air, our first broadcast was April 1, 1957. As we celebrate over half a century on air, we talk with both current announcers and alumni about the station.
 
WTJU celebrates 60 years on air, our first broadcast was April 1, 1957. As we celebrate over half a century on air, we talk with both current announcers and alumni about the station.
 
WTJU celebrates 60 years on air, our first broadcast was April 1, 1957. As we celebrate over half a century on air, we talk with both current announcers and alumni about the station.
 
WTJU celebrates 60 years on air, our first broadcast was April 1, 1957. As we celebrate over half a century on air, we talk with both current announcers and alumni about the station.
 
WTJU celebrates 60 years on air, our first broadcast was April 1, 1957. As we celebrate over half a century on air, we talk with both current announcers and alumni about the station.
 
WTJU celebrates 60 years on air, our first broadcast was April 1, 1957. As we celebrate over half a century on air, we talk with both current announcers and alumni about the station.
 
Pig Work. Welcome to Episode 75 and a conversation with folks who aren't just giving lip service to food raised in a pure, unprocessed manner, but walking the walk by carrying on a respected tradition of raising heritage Ossabaw and Berkshire pigs humanely in a natural, sustainable way. In a setting that wouldn't have looked unusual hundreds of ...…
 
Fried Egg is a local Charlottesville/Richmond Hardcore Punk band. We sat down with Sam Roberts of Fried Egg to discuss punk, touring, and their new EP.You can listen and buy music from Fried Egg at https://friedeggva.bandcamp.com/
 
Big Blue Door Jam Collection is a selection of true stories told at Big Blue Door Jams between 2012-2105. This story was told by Jude Silveira in July of 2013. The night's theme was Breaks. For more information on Big Blue Door, visit bigbluedoor.org.
 
Big Blue Door Jam Collection is a selection of true stories told at Big Blue Door Jams between 2012-2105. This story was told by Graelyn Brashear in April of 2013. The night's theme was Breaks. For more information on Big Blue Door, visit bigbluedoor.org.
 
Big Blue Door Jam Collection is a selection of true stories told at Big Blue Door Jams between 2012-2105. This story was told by Emily Bolecek in July of 2013. The night's theme was Breaks. For more information on Big Blue Door, visit bigbluedoor.org.
 
By far the most commercially successful of the stride pianists, he made his reputation (and his living) through comedy. “He wasn’t witty, if that word is taken to imply a kind of humor too subtle to engender belly laughs – he was funny. He was also bigger than life, Rabelaisian in intake, energy, and output. His greatest joy was playing Bach on ...…
 
Jazz has often been understood through the lens of the conflict between art and commerce. In the 1930s, several artists successfully blurred these distinctions. Louis Armstrong adopted popular song as his vehicle foe a successful career shift into the mainstream. Cab Calloway defined his popular hipster persona while fronting one of the most pr ...…
 
Join us for the last episode of this season of Independent Study as we explore a local story involving discrimination, the law, and drivers licenses.
 
Billie Holiday began recording at 18 years old in 1933 in a session with Bennie Goodman and was musically active until her death at 44 in 1959. Ella Fitzgerald also began recording at 18 (in 1935 as the singer with Chick Webb), but in her case, her career surged again in the mid-1950’s with the songbook series on Verve. They are perhaps the two ...…
 
How does being a Gulf War veteran help you be a better chocolatier? Listen to Episode 74 to meet Tim Gearhart!Chocolate Work. With Peanut Butter and Community. Meet Tim Gearhart of Gearhart's Fine Chocolates, otherwise known as the Willie Wonka of Charlottesville! The theme of this episode is Ahead of the Curve and how that can help your busine ...…
 
WTJU celebrates 60 years on air, our first broadcast was April 1, 1957. As we celebrate over half a century on air, we talk with both current announcers and alumni about the station.
 
WTJU celebrates 60 years on air, our first broadcast was April 1, 1957. As we celebrate over half a century on air, we talk with both current announcers and alumni about the station.
 
WTJU celebrates 60 years on air, our first broadcast was April 1, 1957. As we celebrate over half a century on air, we talk with both current announcers and alumni about the station.
 
WTJU celebrates 60 years on air, our first broadcast was April 1, 1957. As we celebrate over half a century on air, we talk with both current announcers and alumni about the station.
 
WTJU celebrates 60 years on air, our first broadcast was April 1, 1957. As we celebrate over half a century on air, we talk with both current announcers and alumni about the station.
 
WTJU celebrates 60 years on air, our first broadcast was April 1, 1957. As we celebrate over half a century on air, we talk with both current announcers and alumni about the station.
 
WTJU celebrates 60 years on air, our first broadcast was April 1, 1957. As we celebrate over half a century on air, we talk with both current announcers and alumni about the station.
 
In the mid-1930s, jazz orchestras led by drummer Chick Webb and clarinetist Benny Goodman rose to prominence with the arrangements of Edgar Sampson and Fletcher Henderson. After launching the careers of Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Jordan, Webb succumbed to spinal tuberculosis in 1939, at age 34. Goodman launched the careers of Gene Krupa, Teddy W ...…
 
This episode features Zack Ackerman! You know him, you love him, and you've surely been waiting for this one. Zack came by to do a real episode over graduation weekend (his first stop on the show doesn't count). The bromance previously has been fairly well documented, but we took it up to 11 (or something). In this episode Zack and I talk about ...…
 
BONUS: This episode is a final project from this past semester in a class called "Black Fire" - essentially black history of the University of Virginia from the 1960s until now. The short version: Trevor Hinkle and I conducted a series of interviews with black members of our fraternity to get their perspectives on race within UVA's historically ...…
 
91-year old Bill Wyatt from Charlottesville, reminisces about the day he met his wife. (Music: "Daydreamer" by Podington Bear)
 
96-year old Burlyn Rogers (aka "Buck") from Williamsburg shares the story of how a childhood disability shaped his career. (Music: "Daydreamer" by Podington Bear)
 
67-year old Bette Brown from Front Royal shares a favorite memory from her long teaching career. (Music: "Daydreamer" by Podington Bear)
 
UVA undergrad and the Token Brown in every friend group since '96. I felt like it was about time my pettiness was appreciated on a larger scale. Dad, if you're reading this, don't listen to my podcast. I'm serious.
 
In the last hour, we heard Count Basie emerge as an exciting new voice from Kansas City. In this hour, we return to New York to follow Duke Ellington’s innovative path through the 1930s as he experiments with longer musical forms while building one of his greatest bands featuring tenor player Ben Webster and bassist Jimmy Blanton.…
 
Welcome to Episode 73! http://edacious.co/073 In this fabulous conversation, I speak with Chef Bill Smith of Crook's Corner in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Both Bill and the restaurant are beloved fixtures in this great town of advocates, artists, musicians, and other creative types. Sound familiar? Yes, Chapel Hill is very similar in size and ...…
 
HOMIES: This episode of the Office Hours podcast features Kate Donovan! Kate is one of my close friends since way back in the Shannon days, and she means a whole lot to me. She's always there to listen, has lots of love in her heart, works damn hard, and giggles a lot. In this episode, Kate and I delve deep into what her extracurricular activit ...…
 
HISTORY IN THE MAKING, friends. This episode is part one of a two-part conversation I had with Breanna DuFour and Katherine Wilkin. Bree and Katherine are two of the very first friends I made at UVA. We met at orientation, lived in Shannon together, and here we are 3+ years later. Bree is the social extrovert yin to Katherine's more hermetic in ...…
 
PART TWO, of the two-parter. In Pt. 1, you got to know Breanna DuFour and Katherine Wilkin, two of the very first friends I made at UVA. Listen to this ep' to hear the conclusion to our conversation. This time around we talked about family, Bree's experience as a baton-twirler, Katherine's experience with journalism and environmentalism, and we ...…
 
In the eleventh hour of Jazz at 100, we followed Count Basie through the Benny Moten Band in Kansas City and heard his first recordings as a leader. In 1937, after Benny Moten’s death, he took the nation by storm with his driving band lead by the “All American Rhythm Section” and the dual tenor saxophones of Herschel Evans and Lester Young.…
 
Big Blue Door Jam Collection is a selection of true stories told at Big Blue Door Jams between 2012-2105. This story was told by Anna Jones in July of 2013. The night's theme was Breaks. For more information on Big Blue Door, visit bigbluedoor.org.
 
Big Blue Door Jam Collection is a selection of true stories told at Big Blue Door Jams between 2012-2105. This story was told by Yousaf Sajid in July of 2013. The night's theme was Breaks. For more information on Big Blue Door, visit bigbluedoor.org.
 
Big Blue Door Jam Collection is a selection of true stories told at Big Blue Door Jams between 2012-2105. This story was told by Mickey Kampsen in July of 2013. The night's theme was Breaks. For more information on Big Blue Door, visit bigbluedoor.org.
 
We have to remember that the clarinet dominated the reeds throughout the 1920s. Sidney Bechet made a stand with the soprano sax and Frankie Trumbauer celebrated the lightness of the C-melody sax. And then there was Coleman Hawkins.
 
Emelye Keyser is a PhD Candidate and instructor in the English Department at the University of Virginia.Host: Chase BrowningInterview recorded by: Kirsten HemrichEdited by: Lona ManikMusic: By Grace by Poddington Bear, Stuffed Monster by Ryan Maguire, Please Listen Carefully by JahhzarArts on Grounds is a production of WTJU with generous suppor ...…
 
Dessert Work. With Sheri Castle and Ronni Lundy at The Virginia Festival of the Book. Welcome to my latest episode! Were you a bad food enthusiast? Did you miss "Save Room for Dessert! Cookbooks With A Sweet Tooth!" at the Virginia Festival of the Book? No worries, Edacious taped it for you! It might be May, but we're still celebrating. In this ...…
 
In this episode I talk to Virginia LeBaron. She is licensed Nurse Practitioner, has her PhD in nursing, and is a professor at the UVa School of Nursing. She takes us through her decision to stay with nursing, what it is like to be a professor, where she attended undergrad, and all the different sides to being a nurse.…
 
Outside of the Chicago – New York nexus, jazz thrived during the late 1920’s and 1930’s in Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas, with its center in Kansas City. Under the careful control of Boss Pendergast, Kansas City was a wide open town with a thriving night club music scene, nurturing musicians like Joe Turner, Count Basie, Ben Webster, Lester Youn ...…
 
​What if everything really does happen for a reason? What if people don't stop living once they die? In this episode of Independent Study, ​we're taking a look at a very special relationship between a grandmother and her granddaughter. In this episode, we're hangin' with Mama.
 
Cake Work. With Pies and Community. Welcome to my latest episode! http://edacious.co/071 After experiencing the magic that was the Big Love Bake Sale, and the Big Love Birthday, it seems only fitting to be speaking with another advocate. Someone whose commitment to dessert and community-based action is equally strong. Meet Arley Arrington of Ar ...…
 
In the last hour, we listened to the pioneering jazz orchestra of Duke Ellington. Large jazz ensembles, such as Ellington’s, soon to be known as “Big Bands”, evolved through the 1920s with significant innovations led by bandleaders Fletcher Henderson, Benny Carter, Jimmy Lunceford and Don Redman, and arrangers Carter, Redman, Edgar Sampson and ...…
 
In previous programs in this series, we have listened to Stride pianists and jazz orchestras from New York. In this hour, we’ll return to Harlem to listen to maybe the most important band leader in jazz history and one of the most significant composers of the music – Duke Ellington. “Calling Ellington a bandleader is like calling Bach an organi ...…
 
Will Mullany is a musician and sound artist living in Charlottesville, VA. Host: Chase BrowningInterview recorded by: Kirsten HemrichEdited by: Lona ManikMusic: Poddington Bear - By Grace, Stuffed Monster - Ryan Maguire, Please Listen Carefully - JahhzarArts on Grounds is a production of WTJU and WXTJ, with generous support from the UVA Arts Co ...…
 
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