Providence, RI – All of us have encountered that painful moment in life when we realize, perhaps for the first time, that something precious to us - really precious to us - is drifting away. Gayle Goldin reflects on that challenging moment in her life, and on the path she has traveled since then. Goldin is a consultant in the nonprofit sector and the board president of Adoption Rhode Island. She lives with her husband and two young sons in Providence.

Providence, RI – Sadly, many of us have experienced profound trauma in our lives - trauma that, over time, has a great deal to do with the people we become, the struggles we face, our triumphs in life, and our passions. Kim Baker tells us about trauma in her life that, until very recently, was a deep, dark secret. Today, she is empowered by her past. Baker has been teaching writing in academe and business for 16 years.

Providence, RI – Many of us spend years in search of community, yearning for deep connection with other people. We search for connection in our families, in our neighborhoods, and in our own backyards. This week's essayist, Ruth Marris-Macaulay, reflects on a time in her life when she found that connection far from home.

Providence, RI – An encore presentation (2006) featuring James Joyce's "The Dead" (excerpt), Lady Gregory's "The Workhouse Ward," and Oscar Wilde's "The Happy Prince." Janice Duclos, Stephen Thorne and Rachael Warren join artistic director Curt Columbus and host Bob Seay.

Providence, RI – This month's Rhode Island Artscape features our performing arts critic Bill Gale talking with former Trinity Rep artistic director Oskar Eustis now at the Public Theater in New York.

Providence, RI – An all-new show featuring Grace Paley's "The Loudest Voice," Italo Calvino's "Santa's Children" and Loudon Wainwright's "The Annual Crisis of Love." Joining artistic director Curt Columbus are resident company actors Angela Brazil, William Damkoehler, Janice Duclos and Joe Wilson, Jr.

Providence, RI – Artscape host Bob Seay visits the home of the Rhode Island Philharmonic and Carter Center for Music Education in East Providence; and a preview of another Gallery Night in Providence.

Providence, RI – We meet furniture craftsman Timothy Philbrick of Narragansett whose work can be found at museums around the world, including the MFA in Boston and the Smithsonian Institution in Washington. We'll also hear from new rap Raymond Watson of Providence, who has produced a music video to get out the vote.

Providence, RI – Tales from the Dark Side features "Wet Saturday" by John Collier and "The Tell Tale Heart" by Edgar Allen Poe. Starring Janice Duclos, Mauro Hantman, Fred Sullivan Jr., and Rachael Warren with Curt Columbus and Bob Seay.

Providence, RI – Our first program takes a comprehensive view of The Ocean State arts scene. We'll hear from Rhode Island State Council on the Arts staff members, including Executive Director Randall Rosenbaum, Education Program Director Sherilyn Brown, Grants and Communication Manager Elizabeth Keithline, and Steven Feinberg, Director of Rhode Island's Film & TV Office.

Providence, RI – Excerpts from "Report on the Barnhouse Effect" by Kurt Vonnegut; "Lafayette, Farewell" by Ray Bradbury (Broadcast with the permission of Don Congdon Associates, Inc. Copyright 1998 by Ray Bradbury); and "My War," by Diane C. Jaeger, featuring Stephen Berenson, Janice Duclos and Stephen Thorne.

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – William Miles lives in Seekonk and is a professor of political science at Northeastern University. He tells us about what he realized after his time in the Peace Corps.


Providence, R.I. – Judith Tolnick Champa is the former director and curator of the Fine Arts Center Galleries at the University of Rhode Island. In the face of a budget crunch, the University recently made deep cuts to the Fine Arts Center Galleries program - eliminating the director/curator position.
She shares her beliefs about the meaning of art in her life, and in the life of our community.

Providence, RI – Artistic director Curt Columbus and host Bob Seay welcome actors Janice Duclos, Stephen Thorne, Rachael Warren and Joe Wilson, Jr., performing and discussing the work of American writers in the City of Light: Langston Hughes, Sylvia Beach, David Sedaris and Anita Loos (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes).