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The Saturday Show on Sunday

Sundays, 3pm

Vintage humor, speeches from the days when patriotism had substance, and lots of music you won’t hear on the animal stations . . . the bear, the fox, the bee or the wombat.

Visit T.J. Starr's website: http://www.curbstoneranger.com/

 

A Forgotten War
available for the first time as online audio

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A Forgotten War: Part One
A Forgotten War: Part Two

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verdunAfter the First World War, the kings and emperors were gone from Europe. Communism flourished where czars once ruled, and the blasted soil of the continent would soon nourish the rise of facism and, eventually, a new world war. "A Forgotten War" is a two-hour examination of the songs, journals, and personal reminisces of those who stood witness to the horrors of the First World War, produced by TJ Starr over 15 years ago. Based on Gene Smith's remarkable essay Still Quiet on the Western Front, and featuring the voice talents of Gerald Normi, Brian Weitz, Elizabeth McNamer, Randall Rocks, Hal Hansen, Nancy O'Leary, and Marvin Granger, "A Forgotten War" has become a YPR tradition in honoring Veterans Day.

Pictured left: A plaque for a soldier on the wall of Fort Vaux in Verdun. It reads, "To my son. Since your eyes closed mine have not ceased to cry."

For more information on WWI, visit FirstWorldWar.com, a comprehensive website maintained by Michael Duffy.


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