In the first part of the show, listen to WPRB host Joan Bedinger discuss the NSA leaks with Dr. Edward Felten, director of the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton University. You may read more of Dr. Felten’s commentary on technology and policy on the blog https://freedom-to-tinker.com/.
Following that, hear an interview with Josh Johnson, director of the 2013 documentary Rewind This! A VHS Love Story (http://www.rewindthismovie.com/). The documentary will be screening tonight at Philadelphia’s Awesome Fest, devoted this summer to screening classic (cult and otherwise) 80s movies: http://theawesomefest.com/news.
Listen to the first News & Culture program of the WPRB summer schedule, hosted by Joan Bedinger.
First, hear an interview with Susan Sittrelle and Sam Newman, creators of the documentary film Set for Life.
You can find out more on their website, http://www.overfiftyandoutofwork.com/.
In the second part of the show, hear about the work of Joe Patitucci, featured artist in the A/V Archaeology exhibit in Philadelphia’s Hidden City Festival and co-director of record label Data Garden:
Discover the Hidden City Festival, closing on June 30, on http://hiddencityphila.org/, or find out more about Joe Patitucci’s work at http://datagarden.org/.