PRX: What More to Say

This week’s ideas for stations: Olympics specials, Sessions at the Cactus Cafe, and new music docs from Joyride Media.

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PRX Station Newsletter
July 24, 2012

PRX: What More to Say

Hi friend of PRX,

Again? Again.

Pieces and stories that might bring context:

From a survivor of the Virginia Tech shooting; teens with access to guns in Indiana; ever been to a gun show? No? Go along with KALW, and this amazing essay about guns from Jay Allison.


Olympic Specials

The opening ceremony is Friday

All eyes are on London for the Olympics.

Air the FREE public radio special Go for It: Life Lessons from Girl Boxers about women making their first run at boxing in the games.

More Olympics coverage:

Sessions at The Cactus Cafe

From KUT

Sessions at the Cactus Cafe is a collection of exclusive performances and interviews with some of America’s finest roots artists – past and present.

From Bob Mould to Alejandro Escovedo, each episode is an hour. Check them out!

Music Specials

From Joyride Media

Perfect for summer, here are four new hour-long specials from the team at Joyride:

Other Good Stuff

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Timely Picks




Exclusive Weeklies

The Moth Radio Hour

Season 6 is here. Air window is open now.

Sound Opinions

Rock weekly.

State of the Re:Union

New season, new cities…and comics!

Snap Judgment

Fate, fights, gratitude, Snap.

American Routes

The iconic program on the music of America.

WTF with Marc Maron

Perfect for summer. New shows. New review.

How to Do Everything

Half advice show, half survival guide.

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

No-nonsense food and dining.

Public Radio Remix

Are you listening yet?

PRX Podcasts

99% Invisible: A show about design with Roman Mars.
HowSound: What’s behind great radio?
Blank on Blank finds lost interviews. You listen.
Latitude News: Where local meets global.

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