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January 03 2014

13:22

The Next Generation Of Online Maps (Rebroadcast) | The Kojo Nnamdi Show

The Kojo Nnamdi Show features two-hours of news, political issues and social trends of the day in a magazine program format. The Kojo Nnamdi Show is produced by WAMU 88.5fm American University Radio. http://thekojonnamdishow.org/shows/2013-12-31/next-generation-online-maps-rebroadcast

December 11 2013

17:37

The Next Generation Of Online Maps | The Kojo Nnamdi Show

The Kojo Nnamdi Show features two-hours of news, political issues and social trends of the day in a magazine program format. The Kojo Nnamdi Show is produced by WAMU 88.5fm American University Radio. http://thekojonnamdishow.org/shows/2013-12-10/next-generation-online-maps

December 15 2011

18:50

Backroom Podcast Episode 148 - Past, Present, and Future | The Backroom

The Backroom Comics team is joined by Molly McIsaac for a discussion about the ECCC media guests, Skyrim, and Marvel's 2011 film lineup. http://www.BackroomPodcast.com/podcast-episode/episode-148-past-present-and-future/

June 20 2011

11:17

from here

The Backroom team spends the entire episode discussing the recent changes to DC's comic lineup and the long-term implications it creates. http://www.backroompodcast.com/podcast-episode/episode-122-the-future-of-dc/

April 20 2011

10:30

2011 Chinese Grand Prix

The best non calamity dry race in F1 history? Terry and Kevin discuss Terry’s hatred for Nico Rosberg, lying on twitter, Webber’s hard tyre weekend, them man who holds bog roll for McLaren, the demise of Williams and the new Where’s Webby (TM) franchise

December 02 2010

16:53

75 Years of DC Comics, with Paul Levitz

The superheroes of the comic book world have worked their way deep into the American imagination – and managed to hang on. They’ve been attacked and celebrated, and they’ve gone to Hollywood and Broadway. This year, DC Comics, which created Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman, and many others, is celebrating 75 years of comic book publishing – from the first grainy, grinning, all-new format in 1935. Paul Levitz, former publisher of DC Comics and a longtime writer for many of its most enduring characters, says comic books are our society’s way of creating myths. And they help us play out universal human feelings and aspirations. “It’s a natural human reaction to dream of what it would be to being empowered, to be able to solve things that you can’t otherwise,” says Levitz, whose new book is 75 Years of DC Comics: The Art of Modern Mythmaking. “The dilemmas that we face in the world – whether it’s the economy or what’s going on in our lives, our jobs, our personal lives – all are things that we wish we had more control over, more ability to affect. And the great superhero characters all reflect some element of that.” DC Comics has also created such memorable characters as Lex Luther, The Joker, Robin, and The Green Lantern, and Levitz is celebrating the whole long list. He says the characters often embody a very compelling human longing. “The fundamental fantasy of Superman – that Lois would realize that I’m an incredible person if she could look past my glasses and just see my inner Superman – that’s so basically human,” Levitz tells On Point. “How many of us have had that feeling at some moment, when we wish the other person would just get us?” http://www.onpointradio.org/2010/12/dc-comics-at-75

November 18 2010

05:42

Da Ghetto Prince Show, 11/14/10

The November 14, 2010 episode of Anwan Glover’s Da Ghetto Prince Show on WKYS in Washington, D.C. Apologies for the lack of a November 7 episode, there was an issue with the stream on that day.

November 02 2010

04:42

Da Ghetto Prince Show, 10/31/10

The October 31, 2010 episode of Anwan Glover’s Da Ghetto Prince Show on WKYS in Washington, D.C.

October 27 2010

04:38

Da Ghetto Prince Show, 10/24/10

The October 23, 2010 episode of Anwan Glover's Da Ghetto Prince Show on WKYS in Washington, D.C.
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