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Photograph by Anthony Washington and courtesy of WAMU, Washington, D.C

I assume many of us have someone we value as a good friend even though we have lost touch with him or her for one reason or another. 1,462 more words


The Big Broadcast (1932)

Director: Frank Tuttle

The opening sequence of The Big Broadcast makes it immediately clear that it will transcend the ordinary satisfactions of a musical revue. 170 more words


Listeners of WAMU: Judy Szabo

By: Rebecca Soulen

Judy Szabo’s childhood was steeped in radio. She would listen to Sherlock Holmes on tape while her father and grandfather provided commentary. When she moved to the D.C. 485 more words

Listeners Of WAMU

The Big Broadcast: a 27 hour marathon broadcast

Hospital volunteer Richard Smith has set himself a big challenge for the May bank holiday weekend. He is going to be doing a 27 hour marathon broadcast from his studio at his home in Lancashire. 293 more words

Hospital Radio

The Shelf Life of a Twinkie

Under most circumstances, I handle quiet well. I’m an only child and grew up between two single-parent households and so for the vast majority of my life, there has only been one other person in my living space and each of those people (my parents) are themselves comfortable with quiet to the point of regularly and actively seeking it out. 967 more words

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