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The Bat Segundo Show & Follow Your Ears

The Bat Segundo Show & Follow Your Ears

The Bat Segundo Show is a cultural radio program devoted to quirky and very thorough long-form interviews with contemporary authors, ...
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Eleanor Catton (BSS #524)

11/12/13
What if a 900 page novel incorporated Zeno's dichotomy paradox, the golden ratio, set its action in 1865 and 1866 while aligning character ...
1:02:33

J. Michael Lennon (BSS #523)

11/06/13
It's easy to dog on Norman Mailer for his indiscretions, which include stabbing his wife and Jack Henry Abbott. But he was also one of the ...

Samira Kawash (BSS #522)

10/31/13
This is the of two shows devoted to Halloween. Did you know that there was once a chocolate bar called the Chicken Dinner That cigarette ...

Paul Harding II (BSS #521)

10/29/13
Over the course of a few centuries, prayers for the dead have transformed into less uptight celebrations. But what candor did we lose in ...
1:17:50

Nicholson Baker II (BSS #520)

10/24/13
Nicholson Baker returns to our program for a rip-roaring 78 conversation. We discuss TRAVELING SPRINKLER, the many parallels between Baker ...
1:02:40

Kathryn Davis (BSS #519)

10/15/13
Life and narrative both require resolution. But when we stick to our conclusive guns, what do we give up in knowing other people Kathryn ...

Greg Sestero and Tom Bissell (BSS #518)

10/10/13
THE ROOM is widely considered to be one of the worst films ever made. Yet ten years after its release, it is a cultural phenomenon and has ...

Daniel Woodrell (BSS #517)

10/09/13
In this rare long form interview, acclaimed author Daniel Woodrell discusses how William Kennedy's novels provided inspiration for THE ...

Jesmyn Ward II (BSS #516)

10/01/13
In the aftermath of Trayvon Martin, why do so many young black men continue to die Why are we doomed to repeat a savage American cycle ...

Eric Schlosser (BSS #515)

09/24/13
In the mid-20th century, nuclear missiles were maintained with flimsy safeguards and rapidly failing technology. How close were we to DR. ...

Alissa Quart (BSS #514)

09/18/13
In the of two related programs devoted to the American epidemic of gravitating to mainstream culture in an age of limitless choice, we talk ...

Kiese Laymon (BSS #513)

09/17/13
In the first of two related programs devoted to the American epidemic of gravitating to mainstream culture in an age of limitless choice, ...