A socially conscious performer, director, and writer, best known as Hawkeye in the tv show M*A*S*H, Scientific American Frontiers, and his current podcast “Clear and Vivid,” Alan Alda was born on this date in 1936. A diverse playlist will celebrate the equally varied endeavors of Alan Alda on Crosscurrents, 1/28 at 8 am.
The plan is for the show on Monday to include some edited segments of interviews with Alan Alda in between the tunes designed to celebrate his birthday. Of course, we hope that teechnology and my editing skills allow us to produce the show in the desigtned manner.
ALAN ALDA SHOW EDIT SHEET
Discussing MASH success
00:01 One of the reason the show works….
…..they really were in a situation that could drive you crazy. 01:03
01:03 The thing that was essential…
…..ah, the truth and the audience got that and appreciated it. 02:07
00:00 I did worry about controversy….
…thinly vailed one tion to politicians. 1:00
How MASH tackled war
We had very funny comedy.
03:17 All kinds, burlesque, satire…
…recognition. that the war was acid. 03:35
….not about the Vietnam war. 04:21
Describes the approach to Scientific American Frontiers
It happens in front of them
02 46 And I have to use my acting skills…
……and they are great teachers. 03:53
All we have is now.
Near death experience.
53:04. Well ten years ago…
….I’m really glad to be alive. 54:22
I am hopeful for communication
So much communication over text. Are we hopeless?
16:18. I see some hope…
It was the only way I could talk to you. The door was closed. 17:14
Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy first appeared together as convicts escaping from a penitentiary in the silent short-film “Second Hundred Years” released on this date in 1927. Laurel and Hardy are perfect inspiration to the craziness to which you are invited on Crosscurrents, 10/8 at 8 am. STAN AND OLLIE ON KRNN 10/8: live on-air link: http://www.krnn.org
The epic tales of ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Indiana Jones,’ and ‘American Graffiti,’ were created by producer, director, and writer, George Lucas who was born on this date in 1944. It will not be a command for “lights, camera, action,” but rather a call for “audio, microphone, music” on Crosscurrents, 5/14 at 8 am. ( http://www.krnn.org )