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It’s been a bit since we updated the First Arkansas News podcast page.
Luckily, we’re updating in style with two interviews of Asa Hutchinson that were recorded by Steve Gibbs for Legal Aid of Arkansas.
Hutchinson, in both interviews, talks about why he believes pro bono work is so important and why all attorneys should volunteer to help everyone get equal access to the courts.
Hutchinson, after a couple of decades of public service, has settled in as an attorney in Rogers. You can read more about him here and learn about the …
Yes, it’s time once again for another First Arkansas News podcast!
Want another episode of The Bickersons? Who can resist the comedy that’s generated when spouses gripe at each other almost constantly.
You can grab the aforementioned episode by visiting our podcast page here. By the way, these podcasts are now on iTunes.
We are, indeed, putting a system in place through which we can distribute a modern radio theater series of our own. Stay tuned — we hope to have that up before too long.
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Just last week First Arkansas News received word that our podcasts have been added to iTunes.
Of course, interviews with some local politicians have been on our for some time. However, we’ve got a somewhat focused plan for using that page as something more than a spot to dump audio interviews.
If you look over at the podcast page now, you’ll find the aforementioned political interviews as well as an episode of The Bickersons. Some more episodes of The Bickersons will be added in the weeks to come and those are being …
Looking for modern audio theater that falls squarely into avant-garde and is written with adult audiences in mind?
The folks over at Portland’s Ollin Productions invite you to give Afterhell a try.
What is Afterhell? Joe Medina and Jamie Lawson – the husband-wife team that run Ollin Productions – describe the horror series as being set on earth (although, perhaps one in a parallel universe) where the forces of darkness have broken through to the surface and are remodeling the planet to be the new, improved hell.
Scary stuff? Yes, indeed. And the …