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Sounds Good: The Week of June 17
Monday: PJ Woodside is with us for the 11:15 Sounds Good Interview today. Big Biting Pig Productions has announced the world-premiere of LUCID, a new nightmare of a film that Woodside wrote and directed, is Friday, June 21 at Madisonville’s Ballard Convention Center. We go to Paducah for the 12:15 interview. Yeiser Art Center Director Josh White’s talking about The Paducah Summer Festival Photo Competition which has grown from a fledgling contest to Paducah Photo, the region's most prestigious annual photographic event. The show is on display this Saturday through August 3.
Tuesday: Grand Rivers’ Badgett Playhouse Director Bill Minihan joins us for the 11:15 Sounds Good conversation today for what’s new in his series “Variety-Music, Memories & More.” We’ll also hear more about his work building school classrooms were completed in the Village of Vijolom II (El Quiche region) with the support of the Playhouse patrons. We go to Pine Knob, Kentucky, for the 12:15 Sounds Good interview today. We meet Honus Shain whose Pine Knob Theatre, an outdoor show, has been running for 27 years now. He manages everything, including writing the plays.
Wednesday: Murray Tourism and Convention Center’s Executive Director Erin Carrico previews Murray’s Freedom Fest next week in the first hour of today's program. In the second hour, Brooke Lovett joins us to reflect on this year's Young Authors Camp, last week on the Murray State Campus. We'll talk about the experience, listen to recordings of some of the students reading their work, and get a few writing tips, too.
Thursday: Twilight Theatre Productions opens its summer dinner theatre at Kenlake State Resort Park tomorrow night and runs through August 2. Today’s 11:15 Sounds Good Interview is with New York City Radio City Music Hall’s perennial Santa and Twilight Director Charles Edward Hall. Our 12:15 Sounds Good interview today features a summer weather outlook with Warning Coordination Meteorologist, National Weather Service, Paducah, Rick Shanklin, speaking with Chad Lampe.
Friday: At 11:15 today, WKMS Youth Radio Project Reporter Kayla Eicholtz speaks with David Firth, a British animator whose dark and surreal humor has garnered a following on the animation website Newgrounds. Firth’s work is also an acclaimed video series on YouTube. Around 11:30 today Sounds Good welcomes ROMP Team member Chris Langdon of the International Bluegrass Music Museum today. Be listening for the fabulous music lineup at ROMP next Wednesday through Saturday in Owensboro’s Yellow Springs Park. Our guest for the 12:15 Sounds Good Interview today is Madisonville Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce’s new Executive Director Lee Lingo who is now certified as an International Commerce Specialist and is the only person in the Pennyrile region to have completed this training.