Green radio of all kinds: St. Patrick’s Day, spring, and Earth Day. Plus, Bullied: Teen Stories from Generation PRX is discussed on online cable news and airs on 15 stations. Read all about it after the jump.
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PRX Station Newsletter
March 13, 2012
PRX Gets Tan
Hi friend of PRX,
It’s March. So naturally we are already breaking out the sun tan lotion and shorts.
Winter, what a concept.
It was colder in Austin most of last week than parts of the Northeast. PRX is more than celebrating this turn of events with featured pieces on spring and Earth Day below. A heads up that we have some programming flowers ready to bloom shortly: a special star-studded performance from LA Theatre Works on the gay marriage issue Prop 8; a free special from Sound Opinions on 1967 — a pivotal year in rock. And much more!
Put on those headphones. Crank the air conditioning. Summer listening is here!
Picks for the season & the planet
Try these for Spring and for Earth Day. More to the right under Timely Picks.
CBC Radio’s Outfront presents four stories that are all about fields and ponds, love and loss. In short — the great outdoors. (53:28)
Climate change is already affecting coastal communities. Rise looks to the San Francisco Bay Area for answers. (Claire Schoen | three 59-min. pieces)
St. Patrick’s Listening
The other green radio
The story of two young boys from Dublin who decide to go on a “little” adventure…to New York. (RTE, Ireland | 39:01)
In a little-known chapter of American history, thousands of Irish Catholic children were taken from their families in NYC and sent West by train to live with Protestant families. (With Good Reason | 28:56)
Have you tried popular series Global Village? This special is devoted entirely to Irish music — including the latest releases from the Chieftains, John Doyle, Mary Black, Cathy Jordan and the Elders, and many more. (KMUW | 57:00)
PRX, Inc. is a non-profit corporation based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. PRX was created through a collaboration of the Station Resource Group and Atlantic Public Media, and continues to receive support from public radio stations and producers, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, The National Endowment for the Arts, The Ford Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Knight Foundation and Google Grants.