Dave’s Gone By Interview (10/30/10): DYAN DeNAPOLI


a3Dave Lefkowitz interviews environmentalist and penguin cleaner Dyan deNapoli

Topics include: penguins, environmental disasters.

Segment originally aired Oct. 30, 2010 as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #331 (10/30/10): INTERCOURSE THE PENGUIN

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Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guest: Dyan deNapoli (“The Great Penguin Rescue”)

Featuring: Dave chats with environmentalist Dyan deNapoli, who helped save thousands of penguins following an oil spill in South Africa. Plus: Inside Broadway & Dave’s trip to NYC.

Note: Owing to technical difficulties, some portions of the broadcast suffer from low audio or room hiss. Apologies!

00:00:00 DAVE GOES IN
00:09:30 SATURDAY SEGUE: Halloween Songs
00:34:00 Dave Visits NYC
01:02:00 GUEST: Dyan deNapoli
01:39:00 Bird Songs
01:52:00 INSIDE BROADWAY, pt. 1 (Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Brief Encounter, The 39 Steps, La Bete, A Life in the Theater)
02:12:00 DYLAN: Sooner & Later
02:51:00 INSIDE BROADWAY, pt. 2 (The Pitmen Painters, Rain)
02:57:00 Politics as Unusual (Jimmy McMillan)
03:06:00 DAVE GOES OUT

Oct. 30, 2010 Playlist: “Your Ghost” (00:09:30; Kristin Hersh), “Song of Joy” (00:12:30; Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds). “Zombie” (00:19:30; The Cranberries). “Grim Reaper of Love” (00:24:00; The Turtles), “The Black Angel’s Death Song” (00:26:00; Velvet Underground), “Halloween Parade” (00:29:30; Lou Reed), “Heartbreak Hotel” (live) (00:52:00; John Cale). “When I See Mommy, I Feel Like a Mummy” (00:57:00; Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band). “The Death of Mary Queen of Scots / The Penguin (01:38:00; Monty Python’s Flying Circus). “Birds” (live) 01:42:30; Neil Young), “Bird on a Wire” (01:44:30; Leonard Cohen). “Excellent Birds” (01:48:00; Laurie Anderson with Peter Gabriel), “Seven Curses” (02:12:00), “House of the Rising Sun” (02:15:30), “Dirge” (02:20:30), “Visions of Johanna” (live) (02:26:00), “The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll” (live) (02:34:00) & “Dark Eyes” (02:39:00). “2010 New York Gubernatorial Debate” (03:01:30, Jimmy McMillan). “Black Eyed Dog” (03:08:30; Nick Drake).
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(pictured: Dyan DeNapoli, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (10/16/10) – PHILIP WUNTCH


1-99.. Philip Wuntch, TV WEEK column mugDave’s Gone By Interview (10/16/10) – PHILIP WUNTCH

Dave Lefkowitz interviews former Dallas Morning News film critic Philip Wuntch

Topics include: film criticism, journalism.

Segment originally aired Oct. 16, 2010 as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

Please Note: Interview segments extracted from “Dave’s Gone By” may have music and other elements removed for timing and media re-posting considerations. For the full interview with all elements, please visit the audio of the complete original broadcast: Full Episode.

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Dave’s Gone By #330 (10/16/10): WUNTCH HOUR


a1Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guests: film critic Philip Wuntch & Dave’s wife Joyce.

Featuring: Dave chats with former Dallas Morning News film critic, Philip Wuntch. Plus: Music about the Lone Star State.

Notes: Apologies for the audio echo here; couldn’t fix it.

00:00:00 DAVE GOES IN
00:01:00 SATURDAY SEGUE: miner songs
00:26:00 Dave
00:33:30 SATURDAY SEGUE: Texas songs
00:57:00 Dave on the Texas tunes
01:05:00 SATURDAY SEGUE: more Texas songs
01:21:00 Dave
01:30:00 BOB DYLAN: Sooner & Later
02:00:00 Guest – Philip Wuntch
02:51:00 Guest – Joyce Weil
02:37:00 SATURDAY SEGUE – motion pictures
02:54:00 Sponsors
02:56:30 DAVE GOES OUT

Oct. 16, 2010 Playlist: “Underground” (00:01:30; Tom Waits), “I Me Mine” (00:03:30; Beatles), “Sixteen Tons” (00:05:30; The Weavers). “Sixteen Tons” (00:07:30; Mickey Katz), “Clementine” (00:10:30; Tom Lehrer), “Diamonds in the Mine” (00:13:00; Leonard Cohen). “Blood on the Coal” (00:17:00; “A Mighty Wind,” film soundtrack), “Theme from Shaft” (00:20:30; Isaac Hayes). “You’ll Be Mine” (00:24:00; Howlin’ Wolf). “Texas Chainsaw Halloween” (00:34:00; Dr. Elmo), “Texas Rangers” (00:37:00; Ian & Sylvia). “Texas” (00:40:00; Beat Farmers). “Deep in the Heart of Texas” (00:43:30; Bing Crosby). “West Texas Waltz” (00:46:00; Emmylou Harris), “Theme from `Paris, Texas'” (00:49:30; Ry Cooder). “Palestine Texas” (00:52:30; T Bone Burnett), “Blue Yodel #1” (01:05:00; Jimmie Rodgers), “Flood Down in Texas” (01:08:00; Stevie Ray Vaughan). “My San Antonio Rose” (01:19:00; Michael Parks). “Senor: Tales of Yankee Power” (live) (01:30:30), “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” (live) (01:35:30), “North Country Blues” (01:39:30), “Cat’s in the Well” (01:43:30), “Saved” (01:47:00), “Unbelievable” (1:51:00) & ” (Bob Dylan). “Motion Pictures” (02:37:00; Neil Young). “My Husband Makes Movies” (02:41:30; Marion Cotillard, “Nine” film soundtrack). “Bad Romance” (Lady Gaga; 02:46:00).
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(pictured: Philip Wuntch, Texas, miners)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (10/9/10) – SAM WOOD


SamWood6Dave Lefkowitz interviews UNC Radio general manager Sam Wood

Topics include: student radio.

Segment originally aired Oct. 9, 2010 as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

Apologies for the poor audio quality of the recording – sorry!

Please Note: Interview segments extracted from “Dave’s Gone By” may have music and other elements removed for timing and media re-posting considerations. For the full interview with all elements, please visit the audio of the complete original broadcast: Full Episode.

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More information on Dave’s Gone By: http://www.davesgoneby.com

Dave’s Gone By Interview (10/9/10) – CAROL CHANNING & HARRY KULIJIAN


Dave Lefkowitz interviews legendary actress Carol Channing and her husband, Harry Kulijian

Topics include: education, Hello, Dolly!, Jerry Herman, Mame, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.

Segment originally aired Oct. 9, 2010 as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

Apologies: Audio problems affect some of this recording, and because of this, a 3-minute portion of the interview (which has the worst of it) has been edited out. For the full, unedited version, the complete, unedited original broadcast is still available at: http://www.totaltheater.com/?q=node/4238

Please Note: Interview segments extracted from “Dave’s Gone By” may have music and other elements removed for timing and media re-posting considerations. For the full interview with all elements, please visit the audio of the complete original broadcast: Full Episode

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Dave’s Gone By #329 (10/9/10): HELLO, DAVEY


Host: Dave Lefkowitz
Guests: UNC radio’s Sam Wood, Dave’s wife Joyce, actress Carol Channing and her husband, Harry Kulijian.

Featuring: Dave chats with Broadway legend Carol Channing (Hello, Dolly!) and her 91-year-old husband, Harry Kulijian. Also, UNC Radio general manager Sam Wood stops in for a chat, as does Dave’s wife, Joyce. Plus: A John Lennon birthday tribute.

00:00:00 DAVE GOES IN w/ Sam Wood and Joyce
00:16:00 SATURDAY SEGUE: John Lennon birthday tribute
00:36:00 MUSIC MIX: Carol Channing
00:43:00 Guests: Carol Channing and Harry Kulijian
02:19:30 A Caller Named Stormy
02:22:00 Sponsors
02:25:00 INSIDE BROADWAY: Bright Ideas (at UNC)
02:31:00 Emails, We Get Emails
02:39:00 DAVE GOES OUT

Oct 9, 2010 Playlist: “Bless You” (00:18:00), “Here We Go Again” (00:29:00) & “Watching the Wheels” (00:32:30), “Love” (02:33:00) (John Lennon). “I Call Your Name” (00:21:30), “Mr. Moonlight” (00:23:30) & “Rain” (00:26:00; The Beatles). “On the Title Number” [00:36:00] (Carol Channing in Hello, Dolly!, bonus track), “Hello, Dolly!” (00:37:00), “It Takes a Woman” (01:53:00), “Finale,” (01:55:30) & “So Long Dearie” [02:35:30] (Carol Channing in Hello, Dolly! original Broadway cast). “Oh! Carol” (02:00:00) (Neil Sedaka), “Let’s Roll” (02:02:30; The Informants). “A Little Girl from Little Rock” (02:03:30), “A Good Man is Hard to Find” (02:07:30), “Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend” (02:10:00) & “Ain’t Misbehavin'” (02:14:30) (Carol Channing).
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(pictured: Carol Channing & Harry Kulijian, John Lennon.)