Performing Arts Podcasts
Fort Laramie is a Western drama that depicted life at old Fort Laramie during the 19th Century. When Norman Macdonnell created FORT LARAMIE in late 1955, he made it clear to his writers that historical accuracy was essential to the integrity of the series. Correct geographic names, authentic Indian practices, military terminology, and utilizing actual names of the original buildings of the real fort, was insisted upon. So when the radio characters referred to the sutler’s store (which is what the trading post was called prior to 1870), the surgeon’s quarters, Old Bedlam (the officers’ quarters) or the old bakery, they were naming actual structures in the original fort.
By Andrew Rhynes
Welcome to Doctor Who: The Memory Cheats, a podcast featuring two long time Doctor Who fans who probably think they remember more about Doctor Who than they actually do. In each episode, hosts Josh (Doctor Who: Mostly Harmless Cutaway) and Steven (Radio Free Skaro) give you their immediate reactions to randomly selected Doctor Who stories.
By Doctor Who: The Memory Cheats
In keeping with its mission to enhance Hindi-Urdu learning in the United States, the Hindi Urdu Flagship at The University of Texas at Austin frequently invites leading scholars and artists working in the Hindi-Urdu medium to speak and interact with Flagship students. In addition to seminars and performances, the series also features various workshops and classroom sessions with the speakers. We film each event and share each recording with the general public with the hope that learners and lovers of Hindi-Urdu nationwide can benefit from these unique scholars and artists.
By Hindi Urdu Flagship
Westminster College of the Arts offers every Rider student the opportunity to participate in the arts — whether you plan a lifetime career in the arts or seek the personal expression and enrichment found through its study. Our internationally acclaimed Westminster Choir College is considered one of the finest schools of its kind in the world. Located on Rider’s Princeton Campus, its students are immersed in the study of music in a historic, conservatory-style setting. Our new School of Fine and Performing Arts offers students the opportunity to explore their artistic talents in a university environment. Based on Rider's Lawrenceville Campus, students can major, minor or take elective courses in art, music, theater, and music theater. Whatever your path, you will study with a gifted faculty of accomplished artists and performers whose greatest passion is sharing their knowledge and talents. Westminster also enriches the community through Westminster Conservatory, our community music school, and presents an extensive workshop series and performances throughout the year.
By Westminster Choir College
Follow San Francisco original female hard boiled private eye through 14 adventures with host Adam Graham.
By Adam Graham
Stewart was never better on the air than in this drama of Britt Ponset, frontier drifter created by Frank Burt. The epigraph set it up nicely: “The man in the saddle is angular and long-legged: his skin is sun dyed brown. The gun in his holster is gray steel and rainbow mother-of-pearl. People call them both The Six Shooter.” Ponset was a wanderer, an easy-going gentleman and — when he had to be — a gunfighter.
By Andrew Rhynes