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Poodle Radio, Round One

Feared Lost, the Recording of the First KJUC Episode Has Been Resurrected


We thought we’d lost you, episode one of Poodle Radio, but you’ve been resurrected. So we’re bringing it to you, Independent.com listeners, this first attempt at producing a radio show on KJUC, the UCSB radio station that broadcasts at 770/880AM in the dorms. This was originally broadcast on October 10, if we remember correctly.

Audio Clip

Indy Radio Episode #1

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On this first show, we’ve got discussion of Santa Barbara gangs with Chris Meagher, a conversation about coming out between our gay columnist Penny Patterson and her friend York, and a musical discussion with critic Lisa Engelbrekston. And then your host Matt Kettmann fills in the remaining time with some babbling about elections. (Jerry Roberts was supposed to show up, but forgot, though we forgive him.)

So listen to this radio classic, and stay tuned for more.

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