Here’s what you missed on this week’s broadcast of Ad Astra! Stream the podcasts now by clicking the links.
The Horse Race, Episode 3 – Locke’d and Loaded
Nick yaps about a bunch of dead guys and their thoughts on liberty, individualism, and good government. Then, he finds a living guy named Benjamin and chats about why Benjamin likes the dead guys and their thoughts even though lots of people don’t.
Bonus: Around 1:50, Nick tries to use a French accent and fails spectacularly.
Chris Conde recently attended the KU Theatre’s version of “The Man of No Importance.” The play inspired thoughts on a subject we all think about, love. Conde talks with the play’s lead, and director, to muse on “crazy love” in this podcast.
Why do so many millennials own record players? What business do these youngins have in this archaic music playback experience? Maybe you’ve been asking yourself these questions. Jordan Doss explores the concept, drawing on the opinions of the Love Garden Sounds owner and the KJHK For the Record host.
Crimson, Blue, Go KU! Well, as Jaymee finds out in this episode of Wayback Watson, these weren’t always the colors of KU.
Wayback Watson is a collaborative effort between the Arts and Culture staff members. This week the script was written and produced by Karsan Turner.
Everyone has a story right? In her series, 30,000 Stories, Kate Mays finds the anecdotes of everyday KU students and faculty. In this episode, she talks with Natalie about her heritage, her age, and her problems with a high school English teacher. Intrigued? You should be.
Remember, you can catch Ad Astra on air, every other week on Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
The next episode takes a spooky theme and airs on Halloween (10/31) you don’t want to miss it!