Looking Glass Podcast

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College radio alumni Nick Jakusz, Kelly Allen, and Kevin Kellam share their experiences of what it was like working in college radio in the early 2000s, and answer the question 'Why does college radio matter?'
Back in February I was asked to produce a two-minute piece of audio to be played in the Marconi Museum in Bologna, Italy. This my all-time favorite piece of audio I've ever produced and also the best.* *The original Andrew Bird song was only l
Back in 2008, I was able to interview actor, travler, and motorbike enthusiast Charley Boorman. In this extensive interview, we discuss how By Any Means came about, Long Way Round and Long Way Down, his favorite countries to visit, and why you
In this interview from 2012 interview, Peter Kreten sits down with legendary Chicago radio DJ James VanOsdol, JOV, to discuss his book 'We Appreciate Your Enthusiasm: The Oral History of Q101'. In this wide ranging interview, JVO discuss how Q1
In the first new episode of 2020, host Peter Kreten recounts how joining his college radio station changed his life forever.
The popularity of Sherlock Holmes has not only endured, but grown over the past 132 years. Over that period of time, the character's impact has been felt, not only on literature, but pop culture as well. On this episode of the Looking Glass, we
Harold Ramis was a comedy genius. From Ghostbusters to Caddy Shack to Groundhog's Day, his films have defined comedy for a generation. Sadly Ramis passed away in 2014. Last year, his daughter Violet Ramis Steil wrote a book about her relation
In his first ever audio essay, host Peter Kreten reflects on the unique nature of paper. Music Credit: Frost Waltz(Alternative) Kevin MacLeod(incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http:/creativecommons.org/licens
A quick update on production.
Hi everyone, I wanted to take a quick pause in production on my ghost story series to share with you this excellent new podcast I recently discovered. Have you ever wondered what an inanimate object thinks? What it feels? Well, that’s the subj
Ghost stories are one of the greatest forms of entertainment ever created by humankind, and a few of us have our own ghost stories to tell. Here's mine. This is part 1 in a series which will explore the paranormal. Music Credit: Frost Waltz(Al
Vinyl records. Notebooks. Polaroid cameras. Cassette Tapes. All analog technologies that, up to a decade ago, were pretty much extinct. But over the last few years, these analog technologies have seen an unbelievable revival. But why? What is i
The Looking Glass podcast returns with a brand new episode entitled: 'The Analog Experience' on Wednesday April 4th. Sound Effects provided by: www.soundsnap.com
Surprise!!! The Looking Glass is back with a brand new episode. On this edition of the program, we welcome Jonathan Goldstein, host of Gimlet Media's Heavyweight and former host of WireTap. In this in depth interview, Goldstein discusses his
On the mid-season finale of the Looking Glass, we meet Dr. Jim Walker. Dr. Walker is the author of the book: "Crack of the Bat: A History of Baseball on the Radio", and host of the "Baseball Buffet". He discusses how his love of baseball and br
On this edition of the Looking Glass we meet Jay Warren. Jay is a photoplay organist and member of the Silent Film Society of Chicago. We learn how Jay first encountered silent films, the difficulties in scoring one, and how society thought tha
The Looking Glass returns with a brand new season! On this edition of the Looking Glass we meet Sam Weller. Sam is the official biographer of the great 20th century literary writer Ray Bradbury. Sam recalls how he first fell in love with Bradbu
Season 2 of the Looking Glass returns with new episodes on Wednesday May 3rd. Music Credit: Frost Waltz(Alternative) Kevin MacLeod(incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http:/creativecommons.org/license/by/3.0/
On the season 1 finale of the Looking Glass, we meet Hilary VanderSanden, a certified NFL player's agent. Hilary recalls how she fell in love with the game of football. Music Credit: Frost Waltz(Alternative) Kevin MacLeod(incompetech.com) Lic
Host Peter Kreten provides an update on when the Season 1 finale of The Looking Glass will be available for streaming and downloading.
On this edition of the Looking Glass, host Peter Kreten welcomes Nikki Silva from the Kitchen Sisters, Eric Molinski from Imaginary Worlds, and film director Michel Gondry to discuss how to become a storyteller. Music Credit: Frost Waltz(Alte
On this edition of the Looking Glass, we meet Joey Eastman, an independent pro-wrestling manager and collector of WWF Hasbro action figures. Music Credit: Frost Waltz(Alternative) Kevin MacLeod(incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons
On this edition of The Looking Glass, we examine how one individual developed a love for the cinema. Music Credit: Frost Waltz(Alternative) Kevin MacLeod(incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http:/creativecommo
Hi this is Pete the host of the Looking Glass. Well, it’s been about six months since we last spoke. I would like to apologize for the delay in putting out new episodes. Quite frankly, this is a one person operation, and I got a little behind.
On this edition of The Looking Glass, we examine how being given a mix tape in high school, not only could give you a new favorite band, but a new sense of community. Music Credit: Frost Waltz(Alternative) Kevin MacLeod(incompetech.com) Licens
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