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Arts and Ideas on CAI

Sunday evening from 7 to 11

Credit "3 Stones" by Kevin King

Join station founder Jay Allison for an eclectic mix of topics Sunday evenings 7 to 11pm.

Many programs on Arts & Ideas come from the Public Radio Exchange, a project of Atlantic Public Media in Woods Hole. If you heard something on Arts & Ideas, chances are you can find it on the PRX.

Produced by Viki Merrick from Atlantic Public Media

Arts and Ideas, October 18th 2020

Oct 18, 2020

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7pm  “Green New Generation.” A look at how the youngest generation in politics is fighting for a new era of environmentalism. 

 

8pm  “It’s Time to Redistribute Wealth." Yay or nay? That’s the premise this week on NPR’s debate series, Intelligence Squared U.S.  

9pm  “The Reckoning: Recovering History.” Another in the series about how slavery has impacted nearly every person, place, and institution in the U.S., with a special on Kentucky.  

Arts and Ideas, October 11th 2020

Oct 11, 2020

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7pm  “I See You.” It’s a new Moth Radio Hour with stories about lifting the veil, seeing one another, and being seen. That’s produced right here in Woods Hole, by us.  

8pm  “Invisible History.” The first episode of The Reckoning, a series about how slavery has impacted nearly every person, place, and institution in the U.S. 

Arts and Ideas: October 4th, 2020

Oct 4, 2020

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7pm  “Fear Factor.” It’s a new Moth Radio Hour with stories about facing your fears. That’s produced right here in Woods Hole, by us. 

 8pm   “How We Got Here: The Fight For Meaningful Work." The final episode in KQED's series about the lack of stable employment in the US.  

9pm  “Great Moments in Presidential Debates.” Political Junkie brings us highlights from the history of televised presidential debates, with commentary from journalists, historians, and other political junkies. 

Arts and Ideas: September 27th, 2020

Sep 27, 2020

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7pm  “Put to the Test.” It’s a new Moth Radio Hour, produced right here in Woods Hole, by us.  

8pm  “How We Got Here.” The second episode of KQED's three part series about the lack of stable employment here in the US. This one looks at how we went from a natione of welfare capitalism to a nation of shareholder capitalism.  

9pm  “Judicial Independence." A conversation from Humankind about whether the supreme court is too partisan to be impartial.  

Arts and Ideas: September 20th, 2020

Sep 20, 2020

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7pm  “How We Got Here: The Great Risk Shift.” The first in a three part series from KQED about the lack of stable employment here in the United States. From the attack on workers' rights in the 1930s to unemployment today, the series explores why American workers are particularly vulnerable to crises like the current pandemic.  

8pm  The Pulse explores the anatomy of friendship. Stories of blossoming friendships, friend breakups, friend-turned-lovers, and unlikely bonds between animals. 

Arts and Ideas: September 13th, 2020

Sep 13, 2020

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7pm  “Evil Geniuses: The Unmaking of America.” A conversation with author Kurt Anderson about America’s class war.  

8pm  “Black at Mizzou: Confronting Race On Campus.” APM Reports explores the history of student activism at predominantly white colleges, with a special focus on the University of Missouri.  

9pm  “2020: Diaries of A Divided Nation.” KCRW invites us into the lives of seven ordinary Americans with completely different political views and perspectives on this extraordinary year. 

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7pm “The Games We Play.” It’s a new Moth Radio Hour with stories of competition and play. That’s produced right here in Woods Hole, by us.  

8pm  “Covid on Campus.” APM Reports takes a close look at the sweeping changes in higher education caused by the pandemic. 

9pm “To Live Here, You Have to Fight.” A labor day special about a group of women in Appalachia that fought for better working conditions for their coal mining families.  

Arts and Ideas: August 30th, 2020

Aug 30, 2020

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7pm  “American Autocracy.” In light of the coming election, conversations about presidential emergency powers and how they actually work.

8pm  “Class of COVID-19.” The Pulse looks at what it’s like to grow up in the shadow of the pandemic.  

9pm  Esperanza Spalding. The award-winning musician and teacher talks about sustainability and living in community on the show Helga.  

10pm  PRX Remix. Good, unexpected stories from around the globe.  

Arts and Ideas: August 23rd, 2020

Aug 23, 2020

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7pm “Changes of Heart.” It’s a new Moth Radio Hour produced right here in Woods Hole, by us. 

 

8pm  “And Nothing Less: The Untold Stories of Women’s Fight for the Vote.” That’s in honor of the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage, which is coming up this Wednesday. 

 

9pm “Stories of Being Black and Male in America" from Unprisoned, a show that unpacks popular ideas about criminals, victims, and prison. That's edited by our very own Viki Merrick, here in Woods Hole. 

 

Arts and Ideas: August 16th, 2020

Aug 16, 2020

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7pm “The Myths We Hold About Our Criminal Legal System" from Unprisoned, which is edited by our very own Viki Merrick. 

 

8pm  “How Artists and Activists Fuel the Resistance.” Inflection Point brings us lessons for today from the first Women’s March on Washington.  

 

9pm “Music for the Birds.” Beat Latino brings us Latin American electronic music inspired by bird calls and bird song! 

 

10pm PRX Remix. Good stories on shuffle from all over the world. 

Arts and Ideas: August 9th, 2020

Aug 9, 2020

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7pm “Regrets, I’ve Had A Few.” It’s a new Moth Radio Hour, with stories that prove hindsight is 20/20. That’s produced right here in Woods Hole, by us.  

 

8pm  “The Future Earth: Imagining A Carbon Free Future.” Climate One looks at why environmentalism is not a lost cause.

 

Arts and Ideas: August 2nd, 2020

Aug 2, 2020

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7pm “Remembering John Lewis” from Peace Talks Radio. The late congressman and civil rights leader died on July 17th. He played a lead role in the effort to end segregation, and served seventeen terms in congress.   

 

8pm   “The Next Generation.” Conversations about a new era of grassroots activism. A look at activist groups like Sisters Unchained and The Muslim Justice League and the changes they’re making. 

 

Arts and Ideas: July 26th, 2020

Jul 26, 2020

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7pm  “Rooted in the Past.” It’s a new Moth Radio Hour, produced right here in Woods Hole, by us. 

 

8pm   "Why Hong Kong is Protesting Again.” World Affairs Channel looks at Hong Kong’s new security law-- what it means for the millions of people who live there, and how it will impact the U.S. 

 

9pm  An interview with Krista Tippet from the new podcast, Helga. 

 

10pm PRX Remix. "From the Streets to the Barbershop” and other good stuff on shuffle.

 

Arts and Ideas: July 19th, 2020

Jul 19, 2020

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7pm “Faith and Fragility” from Come Through with Rebecca Carroll, a series about race during this pivotal year in American history. This week, conversations about keeping faith during crisis, xenophobia, and white fragility. 

 8pm  “Is Nationalism A Force for Good?” That’s the premise this week on NPR’s debate series, Intelligence Squared US.  

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7pm  “The Keepers.” The Kitchen Sisters bring us stories from the keepers of culture - archivists, rogue librarians, and historians. Two episodes this week: 95000 Names—Gert McMullin, Sewing the Frontline and Lou Reed Archive. 

8pm  “Rosie the Riveter is 'Not My Icon.'” Inflection Point interviews the nation’s oldest park ranger, Betty Reid Soskin. This one is from 2018, but it's very topical. 

Arts and Ideas: July 5th, 2020

Jul 5, 2020

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7pm Play it Again, SLAM. It’s a new Moth Radio Hour, produced right here in Woods Hole, by us.  

8pm Will Coronavirus Reshape The World Order in China’s Favor? That’s the premise this week on NPR’s debate series, Intelligence Squared U.S.  

9pm Lyndon B. Johnson and the Great Society. A look at LBJ’s legacy. Before Vietnam sunk his presidency, he passed major laws for medicare, voting rights, public broadcasting, and more.  

10pm Good stories on shuffle from PRX Remix. 

Arts and Ideas: June 28, 2020

Jun 28, 2020

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7pm Everything’s Bigger in Texas. It’s a new Moth Radio Hour, produced right here in Woods hole, by us.  

8pm Beyond Stonewall: From Power to Pride. A look at the evolution of the LGBTQ movement.  

9pm Science and the Fourth of July. The Pulse digs into the science behind fireworks, hot dogs, and patriotism.  

10pm Good stories on shuffle from PRX Remix. 

Arts and Ideas: June 21st, 2020

Jun 26, 2020

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7pm  Juneteenth to Reparations. A look at June 19th, which commemorates the end of Slavery in America.  

8pm Father Figures. Stories of paternal praise, pride, disappointment and love, in time for Father's day. This special was produced right here by us, in Woods Hole.  

9pm Notes on Summer.  A music special to mark the official beginning of summertime.  

10pm Good stories on shuffle from PRX Remix. 

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7pm  Voicing Tough Truths. It’s a new Moth Radio Hour, produced right here in Woods Hole, by us. 

 8pm The Impact of Police Violence on Health. The Pulse looks at how the fear of being attacked or arrested affects the health of black Americans. 

 9pm Reviving Reconstruction. Our history of racism - from the Civil War to today. Plus, imagining a new path ahead using some old ideas from the failed reconstruction era. 

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7:00 pm  Exploring White Privilege and Preventing Violent Extremism from Peace Talks Radio. A look at how white folks can truly contribute to a more just society. 

8:00 pm  A Different Kind of Coming Out from The Nancy Podcast. Three unusual coming out stories from the critically acclaimed show about the queer experience, hosted by two graduates of our Transom story workshop here in Woods Hole.  

Arts and Ideas: May 31st, 2020

May 31, 2020

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7pm   “How You See Me." Stories of how we see ourselves versus how others see us. It’s a new Moth Radio Hour. We produce that right here in Woods Hole.

 

8pm  Covid-19 and Feminism. Inflection Point brings us a conversation about gender and getting through the unending duties at home right now.

 

9 pm   Yo Yo Ma’s Bach. The famous Cellist shares his life-long love for Bach’s Cello Suites with Christopher Lydon. 

 

10pm  Good stories on shuffle from PRX Remix.

 

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7pm  Pandemic ER: Notes From  A Nurse In Queens. A first-hand account of working in a New York City emergency room during these past few months. A a diary from the front lines. Produced here in Woods Hole by Transom.org

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7pm  We celebrate Mother’s Day with two different stories about mother-child relationships from transom.org: "Border’s Between Us" and "The Day My Mother’s Head Exploded”

 

8pm  “Our Show” - an oral history of the pandemic from around the world. Listen to more at transom.org 

 

9 pm “Public Health Across the Pacific.” A look at why the covid-19 death rate is so much lower in East Asia than it is here, and what we stand to learn from other countries.

 

Arts and Ideas: May 3rd, 2020

May 3, 2020

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7pm  Stories about genetic makeup, inherited disease, and family secrets. It’s a new Moth Radio Hour, produced right here in Woods Hole, by us. 

 

8pm Is the defense production act being underutilized? As leaders around the nation rush to find supplies for the pandemic, that’s the question this week on NPR’s debate series, Intelligence Squared. 

 

9 pm Livewire House Party. The variety show responds to household disputes and gives us cooking tips for lockdown. Plus, music from Mandy Moore. 

 

Arts and Ideas: April 26th, 2020

Apr 26, 2020

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7pm  Stories of everyday moments with lasting impact. It’s a new Moth radio hour, produced right here in Woods Hole, by us. 

 

8pm: “Finding Resilience During a Pandemic." The Pulse looks at what people are doing to cope right now. 

 

9 pm “Covid-19 and Climate: Implications for Public Health.” The latest thoughts from Climate One on how the pandemic might actually help us face Climate Change. 

 

10pm Good stories on shuffle from PRX Remix.

 

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