The ds106 99: #19 Bava Late Night Radio

I finally got back into ds106radio after a bit of time off from live shows so that I could finish up a bunch of work that was due. Feeling a bit relieved, and being goaded by Dr. Garcia, I jumped back on the airwaves last night for a long two hour set that covered a wide range of topics from Langston Hughes’s poetry (with him reading and commenting on his work), a bit on William Faulkner, some stories from back in the day, and a piece on skateboarding. There is also music from The Ramones, The Replacements, Agent Orange, and The Beastie Boys that punctuates the show throughout. It was all over the place, but it was also exhilarating to be back on ds106radio tearing it up. Special thanks to Dr Gracia, Noiseprofessor, Rowan Peter, and Nigel Robertson for following along via Twitter.

Bava Late Night Radio

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1 Response to The ds106 99: #19 Bava Late Night Radio

  1. GNA says:

    Jim.

    It was indeed a pleasure to hear you back on DS106Radio late night. I thoroughly enjoyed the time you spent on air. What’s next?

    We are the Bondo!

    GNA

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