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Airs Monday, July 2 at 8:00 p.m. Ghosts, ghouls, shades from the past ... in this episode of Radiolab, real-life people try to pin down, and make peace with, mysterious figures that haunt them, prod them, and fade out of existence. One man finds a way to put the beatdown on his personal bogey man, a dead monk spurs a king to build a perfect prayer machine, an unknown face launches a thousand dummies (actually, a whole lot more than that), and a skeptic goes on a one-way to journey to find out whether spirits exist.
Airs Friday, June 29 at 12:00 noon. The first concert of the Shreveport Summer Music Festival Classical Series, a memorial for music patron Wayne Hall, took place on Sunday, June 3 at the Church of the Holy Cross. The concert featured scores written by Kermit Poling and Thomas Hundemer. Leonard Kacenjar and Kermit Poling conduct.
Airs Friday, June 29 at 8:00 p.m. In 1985, Paul Simon traveled to South Africa in a search for music that had captivated him. The journey resulted in a cultural exchange that sparked the album Graceland and a world music fusion. In this one hour radio special, you’ll hear from Paul Simon about the musical breakthroughs and political hurdles that occurred along the way.