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Under the Radar with Callie Crossley looks to alternative presses and community news for stories that are often overlooked by big media outlets. In our roundtable conversation, we aim to examine the small stories before they become the big headlines with contributors in Boston and New England. For more information, visit our website: wgbhnews.org/utr
 
The First Serve is your HOME OF TENNIS. Featuring an all year round dedicated weekly one hour 'live' tennis program, the only one of its kind on commercial radio in Australia that is also podcast right here plus commentary from the Grand Slams & Fed Cup/Davis Cup ties, themed podcasts, a strong online/social media presence and print content via our website. The First Serve has one simple aim and that is to keep the tennis conversation going 12 months of the year, covering tennis from the gra ...
 
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We remember and honor the 25th anniversary of the homegoing of Rich Mullins with some songs, reflections, and 2 world premiere songs from the upcoming tribute album 'Bellsburg' ----------- TRACK LIST FOR EP.76 ------------ * Waiting - Rich Mullins * Hold Me Jesus - Kim Hill * Whitewater - Rich Mullins * Here in America - Sarah Hart * The Color Gree…
 
It's the season finale of our 5th season of the podcast! We feature the majority of a Q&A session with The Captains Courageous. ------------- SHOW NOTES ------------- * Host/Producer: Dave Trout * SPONSOR: Karin Simmons - https://is.gd/kspsalmssp * Kickstarter for 'Bellsburg' - https://bit.ly/bellsburgks * UTR Summer of Vinyl Contest - https://utrm…
 
Garret welcomes UTR's very own Dave Trout to talk about the first week of a wild Kickstarter campaign for two Rich Mullins-related projects.... plus all the latest crowdfunding campaigns. ------- SPOTLIGHT CAMPAIGN ------ * Rich Mullins' projects 'Bellsburg' and 'Deep Valley' * https://bit.ly/bellsburgks -------- OTHER CAMPAIGNS --------- * Elise M…
 
Brett Phillips is back with a special Wimbledon edition of the show, previewing all the action with award winning tennis journalist Courtney Walsh on the ground at SW19. Also joining the show, Michael Logarzo, coach of Aussie qualifier Zoe Hives and we get the inner thoughts of a big group of the Aussies playing at the most prestigious of the major…
 
Brett Phillips is back with another show, joined by Lachlan Puyol from Play USA as co-host. The latest on tour with Hurkacz and Berrettini making a big statement ahead of Wimbledon. Special guest was Todd Perry former pro and now coach and author of One Chance - Lessons in Sport, Life and Success and we delve into the mailbag.…
 
Host Rohan Williams is back with Episode 2, catching up with former Australian player Wayne Arthurs OLY, who has turned his hand to coaching post playing and for the past 18 months has been alongside James Duckworth, guiding him into the top 50 at the end of 2021. The pair sat down for a chat on site at 's-Hertogenbosch.…
 
This week on Under the Radar: The Boston-based Roxbury International Film Festival, or RoxFilm, is back for its 24th annual event. Festival organizers are once again offering a hybrid structure, allowing attendees to view screenings both online and in-person. All of the films spotlighted by the Roxbury Film Festival are curated to display the cinem…
 
This week on Under the Radar: The country's recent racial reckoning has sparked a renewed interest in Juneteenth — nearly every state in the country recognizes the holiday, and this year many employers gave staffers the day off. But there is alarm that broader embrace of the holiday has sparked the worst kind of exploitive marketing and promotion. …
 
When authors and directors invite audiences into an imagined world, they know that food can’t be left off the table. And fans are feasting on a delicious genre: pop culture cookbooks. Recipes and imaginary narratives combine to bring cuisines from fictional universes to real life. A sprinkling of books from this genre have been around for decades. …
 
Ten years ago, we talked with fantasy food blogger Chelsea Monroe-Cassel about creating recipes inspired by the book and HBO series Game of Thrones. We’ll listen back to our original conversation and then reconnect to hear about how she’s turned her fantasy fandom into a full-time career. Guest: Chelsea Monroe-Cassel is the author of “A Feast of Ic…
 
Brett Phillips is back with another edition of the show, wrapping up the latest week on tour including a stunning Dutch Wildcard victory and some Aussie success. Special guest in the studio was Matt Levy from One Padel, about the evolution of padel tennis around the world, and the continuing UTR discussion…
 
Welcome to the first episode of The SA Scene, hosted by Bevan Jones, going inside the South Australian tennis community each month. In this first edition Bevan catches up with Tennis SA Award winners Golden Grove and their President/Coach Craig Mousley and Barmera Tennis Club and their President Justin Bannear, Dane Bennett joins Bevan from Tiger T…
 
Host Alex Johnstone discusses some big Aussie results on the Challenger Tour and ITF Tour in May before speaking to ATP Vice President and the man in charge of the Challenger Tour, Richard Glover. Richard was formerly the CEO of Tennis South Africa and stepped down at the end of 2021 following five successful years of growing the game in South Afri…
 
It seems we're all ready for a full-on embrace of summer after two years of cautious living because of COVID-19. People are ready to enjoy all the wonders of the season: diving into the ocean, feeling sand under their toes at the beach, taking lazy naps in the hammock, and slowly swinging on the porch — not to mention long, uninterrupted hours of r…
 
Welcome to Part two of the first episode of What are you doing here, hosted by tennis coach Rohan Williams, talking to guests across the professional tennis tours. This is the continued chat with American Brad Stine, the current coach of Tommy Paul and formerly the coach of Jim Courier. If you missed Part one head to https://www.thefirstserve.com.a…
 
Brett Phillips is back with another edition of the show crossing over to Paris for week two of the French Open catching up with award winning tennis journalist Courtney Walsh and Australian doubles legend Mark Woodforde. UTR was once again on the menu and we headed to Tennis Alice Springs to catch up with head coach-operator Grant O'Callaghan…
 
Roxbury artist Napoleon Jones-Henderson’s life’s work has been dedicated to ‘’the beauty of Black culture.” More than 50 years ago, he joined with members of the Chicago art collective AfriCOBRA, committed to using their art to empower Black communities. But it was during his decades-long career in Boston where Jones-Henderson flourished, creating …
 
We're kicking off the official start of summer savoring refreshing new food and wine trends. We’re talking flower syrups galore: think violets, roses and lilacs that add a floral twist to drinks. Plus, wine made smoky by California wildfires has been tough to sell. But winemakers are embracing inventive ways to ensure nothing goes to waste. At the …
 
Let's drive to Bellsburg, TN for the recording of a new tribute album - inside Rich Mullins' old house. ------ SHOW NOTES ------ * Host/Producer - Dave Trout * Guests: Connie Hawk, Chris Hoisington, & Andrew Greer * Kickstarter Presave & Campaign Link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/bellsburg/bellsburg-the-songs-of-rich-mullins/ * New Rich Mu…
 
Host Alex Johnstone discusses the year in review on the ATP Challenger Tour and ITF Tour before speaking to renowned American broadcaster Mike Cation. Mike is a long-time tennis broadcaster who works annually at the US Open and Australian Open and has been working on the USTA Pro Circuit since 2013 - covering the Challenger Tour in the States and i…
 
This week on Under the Radar with Callie Crossley: Boston-based pediatrician Mark Vonnegut has seen a lot during his 40 years practicing medicine. His latest book, “The Heart of Caring: A Life in Pediatrics,” is both a love letter to the profession and a critical look at the problems plaguing the healthcare industry. What’s the state of healthcare …
 
This week on Under the Radar with Callie Crossley: The pandemic has accelerated the systemic problems elders face, like caregiver burnout, nursing home shutdowns and worsening isolation. Not to mention the ever-increasing price tag that comes with such care. But inspired by global models and local successes, innovative solutions are on the rise. Du…
 
Brett Phillips is back with another big show looking back on the last week on tour with the major focus on the Italian Open and the big wins for Novak Djokovic and Iga Swiatek leading into the French Open, the UTR discussion continued, and we go inside the National Tennis Centre at Melbourne Park.By 1116 SEN
 
Host Jedd Zetzer is joined by Sarah Stone to dissect her incredible tennis journey both playing and coaching on the professional tennis tour. Born into a tennis family, Sarah's remarkable journey has taken her around the globe, playing and coaching at the highest level and working with some of the best tennis players in the world. Sarah is the CEO …
 
You (our listeners) are in charge of the music, and we play your picks commercial break free. ------- TRACK LIST FOR EP.75 ------- * Oh Sweetest Name - John Van Deusen * Into the Harbor - Sandra McCracken * Love Light A Way - Mutemath * Everything and More - Citizens * Survive These Seas - Lovkn * The Gospel is Rest - Elias Dummer (ft. Land of Colo…
 
This week on Under the Radar with Callie Crossley: Too Good To Go is an app that connects consumers with surplus food from local eateries that would otherwise be tossed, and sells it at a steeply discounted price. The app launched in Boston at the start of the pandemic, with a mission to reduce food waste and improve sustainability. GUESTS: Claire …
 
This week on Under the Radar with Callie Crossley: COVID-19 might make all the headlines, but another crisis is afoot: loneliness. Pandemic-times have only exacerbated chronic loneliness by creating a world of isolation and social distancing. Can ecovillages — a unique model fostering community and connection — be one answer? Ecovillage cohousing c…
 
Brett Phillips is back for another big show, catching up with commentator Nick Lester about the hottest story in tennis - Carlos Alcaraz, and joining Brett in the studio was Tennis Australia Director of Pathways and Game Development Lawrence Robertson about the hottest topic in Australian tennis - UTR.…
 
Brett Phillips is back with another edition of The First Serve with the latest on tour, which produced maiden titles for Sebastian Baez and Holger Rune. Plenty of your correspondence made its way into the mailbag and Vivienne Christie, the editor of the Australian Tennis Magazine joined the show.By 1116 SEN
 
Garret gives you this month's challenge and shares the latest campaigns. --------- SPOTLIGHT CAMPAIGN --------- * Caedmon’s Call - 25th Anniversary re-recording https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/caedmonscall/help-us-celebrate-and-remake-caedmons-call -------- OTHER CAMPAIGNS ------- * John Van Deusen - (I Am) Origami Pt 4 - Marathon Daze (pre-or…
 
This week on Under the Radar with Callie Crossley: Cape Cod townspeople are united in vocal opposition to a proposed new machine gun range. Plus, do Rhode Islanders care if political candidates are practically brand-new residents in The Ocean State? And a New Hampshire bill would throw away the ballots of voters who fail to provide IDs within 10 da…
 
This week on Under the Radar with Callie Crossley: Cole Chen is the odd duck in a family at a loss to understand him. Friends don’t get him, either. The 23-year-old is searching for connection and success but lacks the tools to achieve either. Author Quincy Carroll’s “Unwelcome" tells the story of the privileged Cole whose world view is shaped by h…
 
Stephen Huss and Chris Tontz are back with Episode 2 of Crunching the Numbers for this year exploring a research article which compared and contrasted data from junior match play and junior training, looking at elite ITF junior players. They reflected on their old practices and how they have adapted, focusing on how to practice more effectively and…
 
Brett Phillips is back in the studio with the latest on tour including the continued great form of Carlos Alcaraz and Iga Swiatek. Joining him in the studio were highly credentialed coaches Sarah Stone and Betty Sekulovski discussing the set up of their private tennis academy in Australia to further grow our young Australian talent.…
 
This week on Under the Radar with Callie Crossley: Many of the settlers who headed West in the 1840s ended up in the treeless prairie then known as the Nebraska Territory. They planted trees for shade protection, and to slow crop erosion. Their success inspired Nebraska Territory Secretary and self- proclaimed tree enthusiast J. Sterling Morton to …
 
This week on Under the Radar: The new Huntington Theatre Company play “Our Daughters, Like Pillars” has all the signature touches of local playwright Kirsten Greenidge. It’s set in New England, it’s a story about a Black family where issues of race and gender are a part of the main characters’ reality and humor is a part of the storytelling. For “O…
 
We are spotlighting the 50+ year career of Gospel Music Hall of Famer Randy Stonehill, including a conversation with industry veterans Chris Hauser and John J. Thompson. We also unearth a nearly one-decade-old interview we did with Randy that's never been heard before. ------ TRACK LIST FOR EP.45 ----- * I Thirst For You - Randy Stonehill * Keep Me…
 
This week on Under the Radar with Callie Crossley: Earth Day is right around the corner. But we’re far from putting Mother Earth first, according to the latest U.N. climate change report. Plus, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu has okayed 20 all-electric public school buses. Will a proposed new state Senate bill guarantee a whole fleet of electric MBTA buse…
 
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