David Swatling

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  • Username: swatling
  • Producer
  • Role: Listener

Recent Pieces from David Swatling

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An Angel-headed Hipster's Howl (29:30)
From: Radio Netherlands Worldwide

Fifty year's after the publication of Allen Ginsberg's poem "Howl" and its subsequent obscenity trial, poets and friends look back at its origins, impact and relevance today.
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RN Documentary: Raising Cain(e) with Mahler (29:31)
From: Radio Netherlands Worldwide

American jazz pianist and composer Uri Caine talks about his interpretations of work by Austrian composer Gustav Mahler.
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RN Documentary: For Every Atom Belonging to Me? (29:30)
From: Radio Netherlands Worldwide

Pulitzer Prize winning author Michael Cunningham invokes the spirit of Walt Whitman in his latest book ?Specimen Days? ? part of a wave of post 9/11 fiction.
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RN Documentary: Running with Atalanta (29:30)
From: Radio Netherlands Worldwide

Women who are victims of trafficking and forced to work in the sex trade in The Netherlands often find themselves perceived as criminals by a government and society with ...
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RN Documentary: Imagination is the Instrument of Compassion (29:30)
From: Radio Netherlands Worldwide

Of the many books which have appeared in new genre which has been called ?post-9/11 fiction? one of the most striking is Jonathan Safran Foer?s ?Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close.?
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RN Documentary: Becoming Rebecca West (29:31)
From: Radio Netherlands Worldwide

A portrait of journalist/writer Rebecca West whose life spanned most of the 20th century, with memories from her great-niece and thoughts from an actress who portrays her on stage.
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RN Documentary: Verbal Fireworks (27:30)
From: Radio Netherlands Worldwide

A profile of Alix Olson - award winning spoken word performance artist/activist considered by some “one of the ten most dangerous women in America.”
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RN Documentary: Imagination is the Instrument of Compassion (29:30)
From: Radio Netherlands Worldwide

Of the many books which have appeared in new genre which has been called “post-9/11 fiction” one of the most striking is Jonathan Safran Foer’s “Extremely Loud & Incredibly ...
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RN: Documentary: A Hiroshima Story (29:30)
From: Radio Netherlands Worldwide

Sixty years after the bombing of Hiroshima, a 67 year old survivor relates his story of that day in a class of students who are the same age now as he was then.
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RN Documentary: Adams in Amsterdam Part 2 – Dearest of Friends (29:31)
From: Radio Netherlands Worldwide

Second in series of programs about John Adams’ 1780 trip to the Dutch Republic seeking support and recognition of the fledgling United States of America focuses on ...