Host Noelle Chung is generally clueless. Luckily, she has this show as an excuse to learn about the world... AND ramble. Join Noelle for everything and anything, from her friend’s passionate synchronized swimming soliloquies to culinary sacrilege with the premier historian of bread to free advice from the old man in a helicopter hat and lawn chair by the local CVS. Read More >
From May 1-24, tune in for forty-four Orgy programs, including the complete works of Franz Schubert, songs from middle school years, a tribute to the Moog synthesizer, poetry through song, the best Afro-Cuban music, jazz from video game soundtracks, and much more—only on WHRB. Read More >
Noelle Chung ’25 chats with Director of the Straus Center Narayan Khandekar on technical art history and the Forbes Pigment Collection. Read More >
Noelle Chung ’25 speaks with Laetitia Ky, an artist and activist who shares her message of uplifting women through sculptures made from her hair.
Noelle Chung chats with Benjamin Wenzelberg ’21. Conductor, countertenor, and composer, Wenzelberg wrote the music and libretto for “Nighttown,” an operatic reimagining of Joyce’s Ulysses. Listen
Noelle Chung '25 chats with Alison Bechdel, a renowned American cartoonist and 2014 recipient of the MacArthur Genius Award. With a broad range of comics and graphic memoirs, her works focus on explorations of her o
Listen as TAPAS interviews Professor Sugata Bose on what the man-made famines of the 1940s in China, Vietnam, and India can teach us about the history of imperialism and global affairs today.