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Monday, March 5, 2018

In Context: RadioLoveFest

Context is everything, so get even closer to this year's RadioLoveFest with a curated selection of related articles and videos. After you've attended the show, let us know what you thought by posting in the comments below and on social media using #RadioLoveFest.

Program Notes

Coming soon!


Learn how Tyson has found a way to balance humor, entertainment and education in such a way that science becomes exciting and accessible.

“S-Town” Investigates the Human Mystery (The New Yorker)
“It felt as if by sheer force of will, John was opening this portal between us and calling out through it,” notes S-Town co-creator Brian Reed. “So eventually I decided to come check it out.”

Ira Glass on Donald Trump, ‘Serial’ Season 3 and Why He Hates Producing Movies (Variety)
Glass speaks about what needs to change, journalism under Donald Trump, and why he loathes producing independent films.

Q&A: Brooke Gladstone on being the audience’s surrogate (Columbia Journalism Review)
“I think more like an editor I believe than a host. And I interview more like an editor than as a host."

Watch & Listen

Neil Gaiman Interview, 2017 (YouTube)
The Norse Mythology scribe reflects on the gods, 45, and learning from mythology.

The Moth Presents Stephen C. James: Over Dramatic (YouTube)
Peruse favorites from The Moth’s StorySLAM series, including this one detailing a middle school teacher who tries desperately to make the show go on.

Now your turn...

How did you enjoy the show? Likes? Dislikes? Surprises? Tell us what's on your mind in the comments below and on social media using #RadioLoveFest.


  1. Too many jokes that got in the way of enjoying what was being said,

  2. Dr. Neil was as impressive as anticipated, but the real surprise for me was the appearance of Brian Greene! An unexpected treat, which added more impact to the presentation.

    More of the same, please!!

  3. I went to see Star Talk -- could not believe that Chuck Nice commented on Heather Berlin's appearance, saying "she's hot." Not appropriate or relevant. This was disappointing.


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