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This page last updated May 6, 2016
Give The Drummer Some with Doug Schulkind
Audacity? You Betcha! From November 7, 2008. Listen to set "Obama Celebration": . Listen to the whole show: . See the playlist.
Give the daughter some. From August 24, 2007. Listen to the whole show: . See the playlist.
Now you belong to the ages, Max Roach. From August 17, 2007. Listen to the whole show: . See the playlist.
About the hurricane, President Bush said today that he is vowing to go after whoever was responsible. From September 2, 2005. Listen to the whole show: . See the playlist.
Broadcast live from the Record Fair, including guest Isaiah Owens! From November 6, 2004. Listen to set "Isaiah Owens performs live": . Listen to the whole show: . See the playlist.
The terrorists have already won. The White House. From November 5, 2004. Listen to set "Listen to the Constitution of the United States, read word for word": . Listen to the whole show: . See the playlist.
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Alan Lomax Special. Two hours of tunes and tales recorded by legendary folk-song hunter/ gatherer Alan Lomax during his 50+ years in the music. Rejoining Doug Schulkind is the curator of the Lomax Archives, Matt Barton. This time around Barton will bring along a set of astonishing recordings from the windswept British Isles to the brutal prison farms of 1940s Texas, and most points in between. From December 15, 2000. Listen to the whole show: .
"Give the Drummer Some" celebrates Daddyhood: Listen in as a sleep-deprived Doug Schulkind gets back in the radio saddle with his first show after the birth of his daughter, Lincoln. From July 21, 2000. Listen to the whole show: .
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