All posts in October 2012

Where the Boys Are broadcasts today at 2pm!

Hey AudioFiles fans — we hope that all of you and your loved ones are safe and dry as the East Coast begins to clean up after Sandy. If people have some spare time (something a lot of transit-strapped listeners probably have) and are near a computer at 2pm today, listen to us broadcast live on BlogTalk Radio.

As many things in your lives probably have, this show has taken a different turn than intended. Keeping with our theme of Where the Boys Are, Rachel Sapin explores the world of Brooklyn’s Italian social clubs and Tom DiChristopher talks to up and coming boxers in Brownsville. But we are adding a new twist: because many of our reporters are stranded throughout New York and elsewhere due to the transit shutdown, we will be getting live updates from around the city on the hurricane and its cleanup.

If you missed it the first time, here is the link to the BlogTalk Radio stream. Listen in at 2pm!

Listen to the show here.

 

Today! Audiofiles broadcasts on WHCR radio

Our first show of the season, In Flux, will broadcast today on WHCR radio out of Harlem. Feel free to tune in at 5pm on 90.3 FM and hear stories about apple picking on Long Island to candy apples on Coney Island. Also, check the Audiofiles blog to find out when we’ll be broadcasting on live radio next, and be sure to look at the website next week for our second episode of the season, Where the Boys Are.

Win Free Tickets to the WFMU Radio Festival

Cider Donuts/Photo Courtesy Manda Wong vis Flickr

Hey there radio fans! We’ve got two free tickets for the WFMU Radiovision Festival in New York City on Oct. 19 and 20.  Tweet us your favorite holiday tradition @cunyaudiofiles to enter.  Our best response by tonight at 9 p.m. wins!

Listen in today and meet our guest, science fiction writer John Kessel

Our first show of the season airs today, and we are happy to welcome science fiction writer John Kessel to our studio in midtown Manhattan.

Listen in at Blogtalk Radio at 2pm to hear our live broadcast, or catch our show in the coming week on both WHCR and WGXC in Harlem and Columbia/Greene Counties, respectively. You will also be able to listen to our show here on our website.

A little bit about our guest, John Kessel:

John Kessel is the author of the novels Good News from Outer Space and Corrupting Dr. Nice. His fiction has twice received the Nebula Award, in addition to the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award and the James Tiptree Jr. Award for fiction dealing with gender issues. Kessel has taught American literature and fiction writing at North Carolina State University since 1982.

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