In this edition of RadioActive, host Nick Burns talks with Giuilana Serena of The Bee, a lovingly competitive storytelling event in Salt Lake City. Serena shares clips from the April Bee—Dirt: Stories of Scandal and Soil—and previews the next three events:
In the second half of the show, RadioActive producer and KRCL Community Content Manager Lara Jones catches up with Dallas Graham of the Red Fred Project. He’s helping children with critical illnesses create books to share their stories with the world. One of them is about to be adapted for the stage.
Full stories from The Bee: If you liked the clips you heard in this edition of RadioActive, then check out the full stories from April Bee winner Jennica Davis and fellow storyteller Justice Morath below.
Listen for RadioActive every Sunday at 6 p.m. on your community connection, 90.9fm KRCL.
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In this edition of The R.O.I., KRCL’s Lara Jones talks with Dallas Graham of the Red Fred Project, which has special news about the theatrical debut of one of its books.
Listen Sunday at 6 p.m. for a longer conversation with Dallas Graham during RadioActive.
Dallas Graham is the artist behind The Jolly Troop, an art-design project comprised of a cute band of birds that he drafted up out of commas and exclamation marks. Their motto is ‘Pause and Rejoice,’ and Dallas will be using his month long artist residency at The Leonardo to explore their possibilities.