Jenny Ament

producer, 'The Organist'

Producer of The Organist

Jenny Ament on KCRW

Your phone rings at 3:30 in the morning. You answer the call, and a person who's just been woken up with a call from you is on the end of the line. The call is being recorded.

A Call in the Night

Your phone rings at 3:30 in the morning. You answer the call, and a person who's just been woken up with a call from you is on the end of the line. The call is being recorded.

from The Organist

Today’s episode is about dogs.

The Dogfather

Today’s episode is about dogs.

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In this four-part episode, MF Doom, in absentia, sends imposters to wear his steel gladiator mask and rap at his concerts.

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In this four-part episode, MF Doom, in absentia, sends imposters to wear his steel gladiator mask and rap at his concerts.

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