Poetry from Studio 47 is a weekly radio broadcast that airs on NPR affiliate, South Dakota Public Broadcasting. The show highlights poetry from the Midwest, the Great Plains, and beyond. Each episode—which is hosted and curated by Patrick Hicks —is roughly five minutes long and features poets who are experts at their craft. All poems are used with permission and the show is recorded live-to-tape at Studio 47, which is proudly housed at Augustana University. Our producer is Peter Folliard, who also wrote the opening music. We’re having a blast making this, and we hope that you enjoy it, too.
It’s the battle of all battles. This episode will look at how music, specifically hip-hop, can connect us across varying identities. Hear some of these guests’ top five’s and what excites them about hip-hop.
Folliard partners with Augustana University’s Assistant Dean of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Willette Capers, to produce a podcast that highlights unique voices on campus. Willette as looks at diversity, equity, and inclusion, using the hip-hop soundtrack to her life to connect the dots in her unique style. If you are looking to hear about diverse perspectives with influences from some of your favorite classic hits, then “Too Tired to Code-Switch” is for you.
In popular culture, vocation is often reduced to adult work or church ministry. Rarely do we consider childhood or old age as crucial times for commencing or culminating a life of faith in response to God’s calling.
Based on the book, “Calling All Years Good: Christian Vocation Throughout Life’s Seasons,” edited by Kathleen A. Cahalan and Bonnie J. Miller-McLemore, this podcast enlisted campus speakers to address each life stage: childhood, adolescence, young adulthood, middle adulthood, later adulthood and older adulthood.
Dr. Corinne Ganske, from the class of 1972, shares the impact of COVID-19 on her practice and her family.
Music performed by the Augustana String Quartet from their album Happy Together, under the direction of Dr. Peter Folliard.
Augustana University’s Vikings around the world share their stories about COVID-19 and how they are impacted by this pandemic
Spirit of the Season IV
Live from D.A.R. Constitution Hall, The United States Air Force Band, Singing Sergeants and Celtic Aire present another concert full of classic and new arrangements of holiday favorites. Conducted by Col Larry H. Lang and co-produced with friends and colleagues Captains Daniel Boothe and Dustin Doyle, enjoy the Spirit of the Season IV.
An exciting combination of classical transcriptions, an original work performed by The USAF’s Concert Band, a fiery arrangement of “Malaguena” that features the trombone section, and operatic favorites with the Singing Sergeants.
Esprit de Corps
This remastered collection of fanfares, honors, marches, hymns, military songs and bugle calls is designed to provide appropriate, dignified music for military ceremonies. Specific selections are included for a retirement ceremony, parade, retreat ceremony and military funeral. To ensure a compliant ceremonial plan, the user should consult Air Force Instruction 35-106, “Ceremonial Music”.
Live from D.A.R. Constitution Hall, The United States Air Force Band, Singing Sergeants and Celtic Aire present a concert full of classic and new arrangements of holiday favorites. Conducted by Col Larry H. Lang and co-produced with friend and colleague Maj (retired) Scott Guidry, enjoy the Spirit of the Season.