Wednesday, March 1, 2006

Edward Tenner and Simen Johan

This week finds the return of author and historian of technology Edward Tenner, this time tp talk about Google, science education, and the emerging plagiosphere.
Then photographer Simen Johan discusses his latest work, Until the Kingdom Comes, which is showing at the Yossi Milo gallery in Manhattan through April 1.

Bruce Bennett on Don Siegel and more

Bruce Bennett returns to talk about the last of the indepents, Don Siegel, director of the original Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Dirty Harry, Charlie Varrick, and many other notable films. Plus other film talk!

Duck Hunting with Dick 2006 Fundraising Marathon Show

C'mon and pleadge to the greatest radio staion on the planet! Today begins our final week of the marathon, and tonight's you can pledge to The Speakeasy/Duck Hunting with Dick. As little as $10 gets you goodies; $65 get you lots of them + the Speakeasy's premium CD, "Make It Stop!," a collection of hummable (and not so-) tunes that have the potential to insinuate themselves into your head. You ca pledge more or lesser amounts for varying degrees of swag. Tune in and call or email your pledge for Duck Hunting with Dick.

Ken Smith cohosts, 'natch.

Samantha Hunt

Author of the novel The Seas, Samantha Hunt, visits the studios to talk writing, music, and mermaids.