Brown County Hour
Brown County Hour
BCH Episode #132 - March 2023

Our March episode includes music from Albert Nolting and Ruben Guthrie that we recorded live in our studio. We also have new pieces from Jim Eagleman, Sarah Lyttle, and Dave Seastrom. We also pull two favorites from the archive with a poem from Carol Marks and an essay on spiders from Katie Cogler.

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Our show includes:

    • Albert Nolting is interviewed by Rick Fettig about his career in music as an educator and guitarist. Albert shares two classical guitar pieces, and is joined on a third song by Ruben Guthrie.
      • Largo in D Major, by Antonio Vivaldi
      • Prelude in E Minor, by Hector Villa-Lobos
      • Something In the Way She Moves, by James Taylor
    • Sarah Lyttle continues her series on the five senses with “Tasteful Living”
    • Sarah Lyttle interviews Tony Brewer, who is a Live Sound Effects Artist, and Chuck Wills, who is a sound engineer, about their live sound effects work at the Brown County Playhouse.
    • Jim Eagleman tells us about  the Land Ethic
    • Carol Marks shares her poem “I’m not writing poems for a year”
    • Katie Cogler tells us all about spiders
    • Dave Seastrom shares his essay “Made by hand”

Hosted by Dave Seastrom, Pam Raider, Vera Grubbs, Sarah Lyttle, Chuck Wills, and Rick Fettig.

First aired Sunday, March 5th, 2022 at 9 AM on WFHB

Engineering & post-production by Chuck Wills.

Theme music by Slats Klug & Friends.

Our cover photo courtesy of Chuck Wills

This episode is sponsored by The Brown County Inn and Our Brown County Magazine

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