Re:sound #40: The Wanderlust Show

This hour: voyaging, wandering, and becoming a fanatic pedestrian.

2006 / TCF / WBEZ 91.5, USA

This hour: voyaging, wandering, and becoming a fanatic pedestrian.

Julie the Amtrak God
by Jenny Asarnow (Brown Student Radio, 2003)
Feeling in need of direction, Jenny consults with the all-knowing automated voice of Amtrak.

Annapurna: Memories in Sound
by Aaron and Bronwyn Ximm (, 2002)
An impressionistic sound portrait of the Ximms' trek through the Annapurna Circuit, a popular three-week hiking trip through the Himalayas to Nepal.
"Annapurna: Memories in Sound" won the Best Documentary: Director's Choice award in the 2002 Third Coast Festival/Richard H. Driehaus Foundation competition.

Fanatic Reactionary Pedestrian
by Abner Serd (Hearing Voices, 2005)
The paving of America as seen from the shoulders and sidewalks of our country's roads. Musings-in-motion recorded during a 5,000-mile trek from Arizona to Georgia to Maine.

This episode of Re:sound was produced by Roman Mars.

produced by

Jenny Asarnow

Jenny Asarnow runs RadioActive Youth Media at KUOW Puget Sound Public Radio in Seattle, where she enjoys hosting dinner parties.

Bronwyn Ximm

Bronwyn Ximm was a final-round judge for the 2002 TC/RHDF Competition: Best Documentary Award.

Aaron Ximm

Aaron Ximm is a San Francisco-based field recordist and sound artist.

Abner Serd

Abner Serd is a self-proclaimed "fanatic reactionary pedestrian" living in Arizona, who sometimes brings a microphone along for the walk.

Roman Mars

Roman Mars (@romanmars) is the creator of 99% Invisible , a short radio show about design and architecture.

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