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Nahko Bear, and his Medicine for the People

WHRB sits down for a wide-ranging conversation with Nahko Bear, frontman of the band Nahko and Medicine for the People. Nahko discusses his background, the spirituality and politics of his music, and his upcoming debut solo album.

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Gouda Talks: Drawing Recipes Outside the Lines

In the third episode of Gouda Talks, Jess Eng sits down with bestselling cookbook author Julia Turshen to learn more about her perspective and experiences with social justice food initiatives, her process of curating recipes, and her favorite memories in the kitchen.

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Gouda Talks: Kosher Food on the Go

On the second episode of Gouda Talks, a podcast exploring the intersection of culture in food, Jess sits down with Ari Kendall, the co-founder and head chef for the Chik Chak food truck. Always rapidly moving, working, and cooking, the life of a food truck chef presents many challenges (even truck fires), but according to Kendall, reaps even more rewards.

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WHRB Classical's 2018 Fall Features!!

Read more about WHRB Classical's special programs this semester, including our classic broadcasts, Historic Performances and New Releases, unique features, such as The Musician's Guide to Zoology and Freedom Across the Atlantic, and two completely new interview-based shows, Classical Conversations and Beyond the Stage!

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Gouda Talks with Bon Me

On Jess Eng’s first episode of Gouda Talks, a podcast exploring the intersection of race, class, and gender in food, she talks to CEO of Bon Me, Patrick Lynch (‘05).