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No, I Know

Featuring live music and special guests!
 

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Multimedia artists, activists and husband and wife duo James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin talk shop in this engaging podcast, No, I Know. 

From art to science to society and culture, they bring you a spirited conversation with a call to action to the community at large. Oh, and of course…they converse about what it’s like to be married and create together.

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The first & third Sunday of Every Month
12pm EST
Delmarva Public Radio WSDL 90.7

Our Mission

Our vision is to create a mobile podcast media unit for community outreach that fosters creative engagement and community esteem.

The Mobile Podcast Unit will produce on-site events that include: Interviews, Live Podcast Concerts and Community Connections.

We will focus on intergenerational events and civic mindedness through music and the art.

We will illuminate our shared humanity and showcase people making a difference in their communities.

We bring not only our extensive media production experience and thoughtful content, but as musicians and performers, we will bring the spirit of creativity to every episode and event.

EP#85 Ultimate Guide to Music Publicity

"The Ultimate Guide to Music Publicity." Interview w/Cyber PR's, Ariel Hyatt. What does it mean to be a musician artist today? In this conversation with Ariel we cover: *Creating your brand authentically. *Connecting with your audience through telling your story....

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EP#84 State of our Union

It's our 16th wedding anniversary and we are celebrating by releasing our recent live music concert that was performed and recorded at Coops to Co-ops. Listen to some songs, stories and reflections on the many marriages in one marriage. What is the state of our union?...

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EP#83 Remember Your Farmer

Next up in our "Staying Green Series" Listen to our interviews with Lisa Garfield and Niamh Shortt of Future Harvest-Chesapeake Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture and on location interview with farmer, Thelonious Cooke of Mighty Thundercloud/Edible Forest. What is...

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EP#82 University of Diversity: Joan Williams Interview

In our "Race and Community Esteem series", guests who have ranged from leaders in their community to individuals sharing stories of transformation; from life choices that divide us, to shifting to consciously creating a life that connects us in our shared humanity....

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EP#81 Halt and Catch Fire

During Covid , people fanatically and faithfully binge watched all the amazing television series and then compare notes with family and friends, like water cooler chat but now on ZOOM! Who creates these television shows that you get to enjoy? So many people make it...

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