Little City in Space Syndicated Series Episode 3

img003Listen for the third installment in rebroadcasts of Little City in Space‘s syndicated series, Sunday January 26 at 9:30 p.m. (CST). The Post-Voiders return to their original radio roost, KFAI Minneapolis-St. Paul.

#3: Lug-a-Robot Week, Ernest Noyes Brookings, psychedelic filmmaker Mr. Bold Angles, Dad-Blasted Root Foam, J’onn J’onzz Manhunter from Mars, Alabama Neptune, also music by Leroy Anderson, Sun Ra. img003

Thanks to Jerry Stearns, host of Sound Affects, LCS can be heard the last Sunday of each month; available in KFAI’s archive for two weeks.

Pictured above, The Post-Void Radio Theater’s Peter Stenshoel & Stuart Mathews; Jerry Modjeski, right

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Flask of Weird: 10-22-83

Weird Mysteries Comics Classic Covers #1 Flask

The recovery of radio transcribed from ancient cassette tapes to digital continues with Another Flask of Weird from October 22, 1983. Returning to Minneapolis after his two year sojourn in Japan, guest Peter Stenshoel (acquaintance of AFOW host Chuck Isle) meets Mark Masyga & Jerry for the first time. Sponsors include Bodrigan’s Clamps of Indecision; Post-Haste Cereal; Chez Bob’s Detail Recount Store Halloween Sale ’83. The cast provide TV previews, records by Eric Dolphy, Horace Andy, Haruomi Hosono, The Doo-Dooettes, Jad Fair, J.B. Lenoir, The Insect Surfers, No-Y-Z, Spontaneous Music Ensemble, Chico Hamilton, Jimmy Carl Black, Eugene Chadbourne, and rare audio by Twin Cities talents The Toy Lovers, Subject to Change, Lane Ellwanger, David Stenshoel, Bruce Labelle, Kyle Huggins & Michael Russell.  Listen at Archive.orgInternet Archive logo

Pictured flask designed by Gary Rodrique. See other flasks of weird at http://www.cafepress.com/+weird+flasks

AFOW airchecks from August 6, 1983, and recently upgraded mixes of February 5/January 22; also September 24, 1983 (with added material) available for listening.

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