Re:sound #193 The 'If You Build It' Show

This hour they built it and we see who came.

2014 / TCF / WBEZ 91.5, USA

This hour they built it and we see who came.

Another Planet [Excerpt]
by David Weinberg, Brendan Baker and Nick van der Kolk (Love + Radio, The Organist, KCRW, 2014)

The story of Clyde Casey, a street performer who used surrealism and abstract art to fight crime on Los Angeles' Skid Row in the 1980s, and the creator of a place called Another Planet.

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The Treehouse
by Karen Duffin with Nick White (Unfictional, 2014)

In rural Crossville, Tennessee, you will find a peculiar mansion. It's 15,500 square feet and eight stories high, and spans seven trees.It is the world's largest tree house. This is the story of Horace Burgess, the man who made the tree house, and the price he had to pay for it.

Young Ruins
by Avery Trufelman with Sam Greenspan, Katie Mingle and Roman Mars (99% Invisible, 2014)

At the northwestern edge of San Francisco, right on the Pacific Ocean, is a curious jumble of concrete ruins. You wouldn't know just looking at it, but this ruin is quite young. It's what's left of Sutro Baths, a palatial indoor swimming pool and amusement park built in 1898.

This episode of Re:sound was produced by Dennis Funk.

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Karen Duffin

Karen is a producer at This American Life. Prior to that, she was a freelance reporter and producer, working with shows like Radiolab, The Moth, Reply All, Invisibilia, More Perfect, On the Media, UnFictional and others. Karen has also been a Moth story coach and mainstage storyteller, an editor at Cowbird and The Rumpus and taught radio bootcamp at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.

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Dennis Funk

Dennis Funk joined the Third Coast Festival in February 2014. He produces Re:sound , makes features and directs live audio-narrative performances.

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