Re:sound #222 The Uninvited Guests Show

This hour, uninvited guests like old lovers, irrational fears and the annoying habits that keep us up at night.

2016 / TCF / WBEZ 91.5, USA

This hour, uninvited guests like old lovers, irrational fears and the annoying habits that keep us up at night.

Like Steps Of Passing Ghosts
by Kaitlin Prest ( a Falling Tree Production for The Essay , BBC Radio 3, 2015)
Kaitlin Prest explores how we can remain haunted by past loves 'Like Steps of Passing Ghosts'.
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by Katie Mingle and Roman Mars ( 99% Invisible , 2014)
A woman watches while a shopping mall goes up all around her.
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The Hijacker's Letter
by Davey Kim ( Snap Judgement , 2015)
What do you do when you receive a letter from your husband’s killer?

The Lonely Animal: A Snorer's Memoir
by Natalie Kestecher (Excerpt from PocketDocs , ABC RN, 2016 [originally produced in 2008])
Two shunned snorers reflect upon the impact that their snoring has had on their relationships.
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The episode of Re:sound was produced by Dennis Funk.

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Kaitlin Prest

Kaitlin Prest is an artist working in audio, performance and installation.

Roman Mars

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

Davey Kim

Davey Kim (@davey_kim) is a radio producer and sound designer for Snap Judgment. When he’s not doing radio, you can find him playing competitive bike polo and testing out new crock pot recipes.

Natalie Kestecher

Natalie Kestecher (@kestecher) is an award winning writer and producer who blends documentary material, performance,fact and sometimes fiction to create stories that she hopes will resonate.

Dennis Funk

Dennis Funk is Third Coast's Senior Producer. He makes Re:sound, produces features and directs live audio-narrative performances.

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