Mark Mills calls in from the UK to talk about his third novel, The Information Officer, a novel of suspense, with a love story, set in the Mediterranean on the island of Malta during World War II. Mark Mills’s previous novels are Amagansett and The Savage Garden.
Also on this program, acclaimed author Kathleen Norris joins us in the studio to talk about her newest book, Acedia Me: Marriage, Monks, and a Writer’s Life. Kathleen Norris is also the author of The Cloister Walk, Dakota: A Spiritual Life, and Amazing Grace: A Vocabulary of Faith, among others.
-Hull, Dakota Dave / New Shirt / New Shirt / Arabica / 3:58
-McEvoy, Catherine with Dolan, Felix / The Boys of the Lough/The Devils of Dublin / Traditional Flute Music in the Sligo-Roscommon Style / Cló Iar Chonnachta / 2:23
-McCarthys / The Bank of Ireland/Bonnie Anne / The Family Album / Maree Music /3:57
-Droney, Chris / God Save Ireland Says the Hero / Irish Traditional Concertina Styles / Free Reed Recordings / 1:56
-Pardon, Walter / The Devil and the Farmer’s Wife / A World Without Horses / Topic Records / 2:57
We here at the RSST like to do ska/lounge follow-ups to the previous night’s Echo Chamber’s occasional theme shows, and in that spirit, we proudly present Women (mostly, anyway) Of Ska! (And space-age lounge, exotic jazz, ping-pong stereophonic hijinks, etc.) The 1st hour kicks off with Blue Beat Babies (including Brigitte Bond), the 3rd hour launches into 4 Women of Moon Ska in a row, Sherwood’s set careens from Shiina Ringo to Stereolab and from Koop. to Combustible Edison, taking in Debbie Harry and Dr. Buzzard along the way, and (the non-Rod Stewart) Maggie Mae sings all about her Boy Lollipop in this week’s LOTW repeat. Sweet!