PRX’s Spring Awakening

The new spring season of The Moth Radio Hour is here. Plus, last chance for great Poetry Month Picks. And, did you know there are plenty of fun pieces to celebrate everyone’s favorite body-scanner-free transportation?

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PRX Station Newsletter
April 24, 2012

PRX’s Spring Awakening

Hi friend of PRX,

April showers, new flowers, and warmer temps mean the arrival of…a new season of The Moth Radio Hour!

The hit series is back with FIVE new episodes — preview ’em now so you are ready to air them starting May 25.

The stories in these episodes are especially strong: psycho-killer, know thyself; grief meets sexual passion and an end to trauma; turning the tables on an identity thief, and so much more.

In spring, listeners’ ears turn to the radio…and The Moth Radio Hour.


Almost Out of Time…

For a rhyme

  • Perhaps the best season yet of emerging poetry and performance talent from Louder than a Bomb.

More for Poetry Month (April)

National Train Day

Stop for these tracks

National Train Day is May 12. Here are some pieces to help you celebrate everyone’s favorite body-scanner-free transportation:

More trains? Yes.

Coming Right Up

Preview and plan now

Many new shows from favorite series are ready for picking.

Other Good Stuff

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Timely Picks

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month – May

Mother’s Day

Poetry Month – April

Bullying Stories

Climate Change

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Sound Opinions

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State of the Re:Union

See what cities are featured in the upcoming season.

How to Do Everything

Half advice show, half survival guide.

American Routes

The iconic program on the music of America.

Snap Judgment

Fate, fights, gratitude, Snap.

LA Theatre Works

Contemporary radio drama.

Vinyl Cafe

Stories about the world’s smallest record store.

Moyers & Company

Weekly insight into issues that matter.

America’s Test Kitchen

A no-nonsense approach to food and dining.

Help fund local journalism that matters.

Public Radio Remix

Are you listening yet?

PRX Podcasts

99% Invisible: A show about design with Roman Mars.
HowSound: The backstory behind great radio.
YouthCast: The next generation of sound.

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John Barth

Chief Content Officer at PRX

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