In the fall of 2013, a group of Princeton students gathered in the basement of Bloomberg Hall to record their weekly radio show. They were never seen nor heard from again. The only record they left behind is this broadcast.
Listen to WPRB News & Culture’s Halloween Special, known to future generations only as … Dead Air.
00:00-04:34 Intro (Jamal Maddox) and News Today – Headlines (Luisa Banchoff)
04:34-14:43 News Today – History of WPRB (Danny Waldroop interviews Anne Frohlick)
14:43-29:35 News Today – Salem Witch Trials (Jackie Cremos interviews Prof. Sarah Rivett)
29:35-45:41 Talking Heads – Vampires vs. Werewolves
–Debaters: Lagan Trieschmann, Rich Vyas
–Moderator: Jackie Cremos
45:41-57:41 Showcase – Nyarlathotep (JM Colon)
Or listen to each segment below:
Cast, in order of appearance:
- Jamal Maddox
- Luisa Banchoff
- Ola Oladosu
- Danny Waldroop
- Gabriella Watts
- Jackie Cremos
- Sarah Rivett
- Will Lathrop
- Rich Vyas
- Lagan Trieschmann
- JM Colon
Here’s the full line-up from our recent program on China policy:
Princeton University and China
Sebastian Jones reports on the ties that bind Princeton University and China– and the potential conflicts of interest that come with them.
E. Perry Link
Professor E. Perry Link, a distinguished scholar of East Asian and China Studies who, until recently, was based at Princeton University and currently teaches at UC Riverside, joins Sebastian Jones for an interview about the challenges academics and universities face in balancing relations with China. Link also touches upon the recent Summer Olympics and tells the story of how he was blacklisted by the Chinese government, preventing him from entering the country.
Ken Silverstein, The Washington Editor of Harper’s Magazine, joins Sebastian Jones for a discussion of how China policy is shaped in Washington by foreign policy consultants whose actions raise serious ethical questions.
Anne Marie Slaughter
Dean of Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School, Anne Marie Slaughter, sits down with Ashley Schoettle to share insights from her stint in China while on sabbatical and her thoughts on the current state of and future possibilities for China.
Slaughter and Silverstein on the Olympics– Web Exclusive
In a WPRB web-exclusive, Ken Silverstein of Harper’s Magazine and Princeton University Woodrow Wilson School Dean Anne Marie Slaughter share their differing views on the recent Olympic games in China.