Two Librarians in Search of an Exit
Two library workers rewatch classic Twilight Zone episodes and discuss the themes in a modern context.
Episode 4: “The Shelter”
Chewing the Fat
Chewing the Fat with Rex & Paul features Rex Nelson, Senior Editor at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and writer of the food blog, Southern Fried, and Paul Austin, former Executive Director of the Arkansas Humanities Council. Rex and Paul get together regularly to talk about Arkansas food, festivals, and folks.
Chewing the Fat Summer Edition, Part II
Primary Sources features extended conversations with politicians, artists, journalists, activists, business leaders – each with a unique perspective on the history, society, culture, and politics of life in Arkansas.
Judge Morris “Buzz” Arnold’s research on pre-territorial Arkansas has earned
him the Ragsdale History Prize, the Booker Worthen Literary Prize, the Porter
Literary Prize, the Arkansiana Award, and the Chevalier de L’Ordre des Palmes
Académiques, an honor from the French republic dating back to Napoleon.
In this episode, Arnold visits with Little Rock historian Scott Whiteley Carter to discuss Arkansas history and what it was like to live in the area at that time.
CALS is pleased to begin a partnership with The Yarn, the Little Rock-based storytelling organization. Beginning with their 2020-21 season, we will supply lists of books and other wonderful things from the great CALS collection that go along with the themes of the shows The Yarn produces. But we wanted to do a little preview now, calling back an earlier show. We hope you enjoy it, and we hope you’ll check out some of these items from CALS.
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The Natural Slate
The Natural Slate is a podcast about film and television production in Arkansas.
Kathryn Tucker and Lindsey Millar
Radio CALS was a weekly program from the Central Arkansas Library System airing on KABF 88.3 FM in Little Rock. The podcast featured music from our archives, content from our resources, such as the Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture, and information about what’s happening in the library system.
LISTEN TO THE ARCHIVE
About CALS Podcasts
These podcasts are produced by the Central Arkansas Library System’s Marketing Department and Roberts Library of Arkansas History & Art, and by the people at The Yarn.
Michael Stotts, Anna Lancaster, Glenn Whaley, Stewart Fuell, Katherine O’Bryan, Tameka Lee, Scott Kirkhuff, and The Yarn
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Little Rock, AR 72201