Alaska Radio Reader Rambler
Frank Reed came to Anchorage in 1915 and recently passed at the age of 99. Frank was healthy and active up to a week before his passing last month, in fact he had been planning (and prepaid) his 100th Birthday Bash which will still take place next December 22, 1912 at the Alaska Railroad Depot. This month on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, a tribute and stories about Frank Reed, iconic Amazing Alaskan.
KSKA: Monday 2/27 1:00 pm
Alaska Radio Reader Rambler hosts Charlotte Fox as she says farewell to leading the Alaska State Council On The Arts, but she is leaving with a Major State Arts Event as part of her legacy and leadership of Alaska’s infinite resource..the nurturing of the rich Arts and Cultural life of Alaska.
KSKA: Monday, 12/26 @ 1:00pm
Katzke has beaten the odds to be a successful filmmaker in Alaska–long before the Alaskan film industry started to boom. She is most famous for her documentaries. Mary is currently producing “A Day in Bristol Bay”, where cameras and mentorship are being given to community members to give authentic insight into what life is like for the people of Bristol Bay.
This month on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, an interview with UAA professor Dr. Rob Crosman, Shakespeare buff and ultra-expert on everything Shakespeare. Learn little-known factoids about Shakespeare, his work, and his still-powerful impact on us today.
KSKA: Monday 10/31 at 1:00 pm
Terrie Gottstein had a unique chapter in her childhood when she was a member of the road company of the Tony Award winning musical CARNIVAL. Terrie still has vivid memories of this very special experience and will share them on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler.
KSKA: Monday 9/26 at 1:00 pm
Monday, August 29 at 1:00 pm
This month on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, Toni McPherson and Shane Mitchell share inside historic library stories and what’s happening at the library during the month long birthday party.
Monday, June 27 at 1:30 pm
Well known artist and Native leader, Perry Eaton, is having his first solo show in Paris, France in early June and will tell us all about this extraordinary experience.
This month on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, Anchorage-based, independent film makers, Annia Wyndham, Janna Shaw and Eric Hayden stop-by to talk about Not A Cappuccino, a romantic comedy currently being shot at Jitters coffeeshop in downtown Eagle River.
Tennessee Williams expert, Colby Kullman joins hosts Sandy and Dick on this month’s edition of Alaska Radio Reader Rambler. Kullman has written about the international and national celebrations of Tennessee William’s 100th birthday including the events at Cyrano’s in Anchorage… Read More
This year the Anchorage Public Library celebrates its 25th anniversary and the 5th annual Anchorage Reads community book program from February 1 – March 12. Guest Toni McPherson discusses this year’s book – The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian… Read More
Shane Reeves is just one of the many Alaskans involved in the recent production of Everybody Loves Whales, starring Drew Barrymore and Ted Danson. Reeves shares stories from the set and talks about “Whales” setting the stage for future Hollywood film production in Alaska.… Read More
Whistling Swan Productions has been bringing great music to Alaska since 1994. This month on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, the founder of Whistling Swan Productions, Mike McCormick joins hosts Sandy and Dick to talk about the history of Whistling Swan and upcoming… Read More
Nine months a year or sometimes more, Bill Fabris and Jerry Steichen spend touring the world in different theater and musical productions. Back in one of the many places they call home, Bill and Jerry reunite with good friend Kate Egan in for Cyrano’s production… Read More
On this month’s edition of Alaska Radio Reader Rambler,guests Carolyn Robinson and Jack Bonney discuss the grand opening of the Anchorage Film Office at the Convention and Visitors Bureau. For films that qualify, companies that choose to shoot… Read More
Timothy Daly is an Australian playwright whose considerable body of work includes the play that launched the career of Cate Blanchette. Returning to Alaska for the Last Frontier Theater Conference in Valdez for the third time, Daly chats with KSKA hosts Sandy Harper and Dick… Read More
On this month’s Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, Alaskan authors and ’49 Writers’ bloggers Andromeda Romano-Lax and Deb Vanase stop by to discuss the opening of the Alaska Writing Center at Raven Place where they will hold workshops, clinics, classes,… Read More