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The Bat Segundo Show & Follow Your Ears

The Bat Segundo Show & Follow Your Ears

The Bat Segundo Show is a cultural radio program devoted to quirky and very thorough long-form interviews with contemporary authors, ...
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Dave Itzkoff and Translated Literature: Mad as Hell (BSS #536)

02/18/14
This one hour program looks into two 'mad as hell' scenarios. We talk with journalist Dave Itzkoff about MAD AS HELL, the making of ...
1:03:18

Sarah Churchwell (BSS #535)

02/17/14
Nearly ninety years after its publication, THE GREAT GATSBY remains a fluid and endurable masterpiece. In CARELESS PEOPLE, Sarah Churchwell ...

Jenny Offill (BSS #534)

02/13/14
If we leave out a few words, how does the story change How are human instincts for speculation encouraged by a minor elision Who really ...

Diane Johnson (BSS #533)

02/05/14
Diane Johnson is best known for her comic novels centered around France LE MARIAGE and LE DIVORCE. But before all this, many years before, ...
1:03:02

Okey Ndibe (BSS #532)

01/21/14
Nigerian fiction writing is stronger than ever. But how does Nigeria's protean identity, often described as 'stranger than fiction,' affect ...
1:10:02

Victoria Wilson (BSS #531)

12/20/13
Barbara Stanwyck was one of the most legendary Hollywood stars that the 20th century has ever known. Veteran editor Victoria Wilson, author ...
1:13:36

Blake Bailey II (BSS #530)

12/20/13
Literary biographer Blake Bailey and Our Correspondent may be the only two people in the United States who have read everything Charles ...
1:15:58

Alissa Nutting (BSS #529)

11/27/13
Alissa Nutting's TAMPA was one of the most controversial books of 2013. It is also one of the best books of the year. In this bold and ...

Elissa Wald (BSS #528)

11/27/13
What happens when you meet somebody and all of your assumptions proved to be wrong That's precisely what happened with this conversation ...

Simon Winchester II (BSS #527)

11/26/13
In 2007, we aired an infamous program with Simon Winchester, in which he argued with us over the finer points of local history. His new ...

Wendy Lower (BSS #526)

11/18/13
More than seven decades after World War II, we're still deeply uncomfortable about the idea that women under the Nazi regime committed ...

Terry Teachout II (BSS #525)

11/18/13
Duke Ellington was a composer who ranked alongside George Gershwin, influencing everyone from Jimi Hendrix to Thelonious Monk. We talk with ...