During Covid , people fanatically and faithfully binge watched all the amazing television series, bantering and comparing notes on what happened on which episode of which series with family and friends, the water cooler chat of today but now on ZOOM!
Who creates these shows that you get to enjoy? So many people make it happen. Often times a different director for each episode. Groups of writers and different writers for each episode. What is it like doing this? Let's find out from our guest:
ALISON TATLOCK is a tv writer and playwright who currently works as a writer/Executive Producer on BETTER CALL SAUL. Previous credits include HALT AND CATCH FIRE, STRANGER THINGS and the HBO drama IN TREATMENT (starring Gabriel Byrne and Debra Winger). Alison’s play THE SHORE received workshops at the Pasadena Playhouse and the Vineyard Playhouse (featuring Ted Danson, Mary Steenburgen and Hamish Linklater) and was produced by Ensemble Studio Theatre - The LA Project. Other plays include THE CATCH, developed at New York Stage and Film (directed by Pam MacKinnon and featuring Merritt Wever) and UNTITLED IV BY RUTH MARKOFSKY, developed at the UCSB Launch Pad program. Alison worked for many years with the Los Angeles non-profit Street Poets, and now serves on the Board of Directors.
ALL MUSIC AND LYRICS IN THIS EPISODE BY James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin.
****If you want to hear Ilyana FANGIRL out about Halt and Catch Fire, don't miss this episode!
"Staying Green with The Sierra Club" is part of our ongoing GOING GREEN SERIES.
The movement/battle to protect land and natural resources has been going on for a long time. Todays GUESTS (Rosa Hance and Cindy Dillon) are both working on behalf of The Sierra Club in the state of Maryland in local groups and chapters.
The Sierra Club was founded on May 28, 1892, with John Muir as its first president. The oldest and largest environmental group in America, the Sierra Club has 750,000 members. Sierra Club mission statement is “to practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources; To educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment, and to use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.” Protecting the environment and Improving lives.
EPISODE #74 Interview with Josh and Alyssa Hastings
We have a great pick for our first guests of this season!
A couple with shared interests and those shared interests involve numerous environmental issues and green living best practices. Josh Hastings is Forever Maryland’s newly appointed Program and Policy Director. Alyssa Hastings is the City of Salisbury's first sustainability coordinator. She oversees projects ranging from overseeing the City's sustainability planning process, managing the City's Green Business Program, and implementing environmental projects including the Green Team's community cleanup efforts. We chat about: What is a land trust? How is the Chesapeake Bay leading the charge in environmental standards in the US? How to become a bird, tree and bee city? Listen now on all digital links.
Hello Podcast Listeners!
As 2020 comes to a close we want to bring you our Joy of Life, MUSIC.
In episodes #71 and #72 we are having listening parties of Lythion's debut album "From The Beginning" and the follow up EP "Weights and Measures".
We will share some stories behind the music, what went into the production and what inspired the music. Listen via all your favorite digital platforms. Enjoy!
The NO, I KNOW podcast created a new series which launches July 5th! Race and Community Esteem: In the first episode we interview Mary Ashanti, President of NAACP in Wicomico County in Maryland.
Mary Ashanti is our first guest to discuss with us the relevance of race and community esteem. We cover the history and current relevance of the NAACP on local and national level in terms of education, voter registration, health care, police reform and more!
The NAACP, which stands for, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is a civil rights organization in the United States, Founded: February 12, 1909, New York. as a bi-racial endeavor to advance justice for African Americans.
Listen now by going to our HOME PAGE and finding your favorite listening platform!
When you create together and are also a couple, what makes this kind of love special and challenging?
Our next couple are accomplished world class musicians, Elena Urioste and Tom Poster. Elena is a violinist who has performed with London Philharmonic and BBC Symphony and more. She also founded Chamber Music By The Sea, an annual festival on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, which has a strong commitment to education, involving young local musicians in both outreach activities and in the concerts themselves.Tom Poster has appeared as soloist with the likes of the BBC Philharmonic, BBC radio and television and on film soundtracks like the Oscar-nominated score for The Theory of Everything. Listen Now!
It began with a question. How can you hate me when you don't even know me? Listen to our powerful Interview with acclaimed musician, author, educator and race reconciliator, Daryl Davis.
A chance encounter with members of the Ku Klux Klan led musician Daryl Davis on a quest to determine the source of the hate. His unorthodox, yet simple approach, has wielded surprising results and just might be the solution for all racial discourse. As a pianist, vocalist, and guitarist, he performs nationally and internationally with The Daryl Davis Band. He has also worked with such notables as Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley’s Jordanaires, The Legendary Blues Band, and many others. In 1983, A chance occurrence after one of his performances led him to befriend a member of the Ku Klux Klan. This eventually led Daryl to become the first black author to travel the country interviewing KKK leaders and members, all detailed in his book, Klan-Destine Relationships. Today, Daryl owns numerous Klan robes and hoods, given to him by active members who became his friends and renounced the organization. Davis has received the Elliott-Black and MLK awards as well as numerous national awards for his work in race relations. He is also an actor appearing in the critically acclaimed HBO's The Wire, and most recently, as the subject of the documentary Accidental Courtesy, which filmed his real life encounters with Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazi leaders as he helps to dismantle racism across the United States.. Listen to our interview with Daryl Davis.
EP#55 Mayor Jake Day Interview
A new season of the No, I Know Podcast is here,
with your co-hosts, Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell.
Community taking action to make a difference.
How do these ideas affect the revitalization of a city like Salisbury Maryland?
How does a city rebrand itself?
Listen to our interview with the Mayor of Salisbury, Maryland, Mayor Jake Day.
Husband and Wife Team behind Lythion Music, bring you a podcast about what it's like to be married and create together, with live music and special guests.