Radio and dance join forces in an unexpected synthesis of time-tested storytelling techniques. The host of NPR's award-winning This American Life, Ira Glass collaborates with New York City's Monica Bill Barnes & Company dance troupe to create a humorous show about the human experience. The unlikely pairing has drawn rave reviews. Sat 8 p.m.
Explore the craft of on-air storytelling with the creator of NPR's popular show, “This American Life.” Through a combination of live narration, recorded sounds, and stories from the show, Ira Glass will discuss how he and his staff are trying to push the limits of broadcast journalism. Sat 7:30 p.m.
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