“Radio noir,” selected from 230-plus hours of Frank's original programs. Each hour can contain a philosophical exploration, an intimate confession, an absurd comedy, a dark tragedy; all of which he takes to the farthest edge while bringing the listener along for the alternately emotional and/or enlightening ride...
Joe Frank LIVECulture
For one night only on Saturday, November 13th, Joe Frank, Peabody award winning radio writer and performer, brings his exceptional storytelling style to the Village Recording Studio.
A father and son, and a romantically involved couple, involved in painful relationships.
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An Italian adventurer muses over the high points of his life, and a woman sacrifices herself for her French boyfriend.
A prostitute's dream of spiritual longing, the nature of God, Dial-a-Prayers from around the country, and other stories of religious faith and the betrayal of believers.
An Enterprising ManCulture
Grandiose business failures are celebrated: a ski resort built in the Sahara, an encyclopedic computer chip implanted in the brain; a teleportation booth to solve the problem of…
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