Discussion featuring Columbia baseball. Also, one final wrap on men's basketball and some NCAA Tourney talk. (Due to technical difficulties the Columbia update [the first seven minutes] is incomplete and disjointed. ) Hosted by Ryan Young with panelists Kristyn Brundidge, Yale Reisman, Dan Radov, Max Rettig, Eli Finkelstein, Bridgette Tolbert and Jaqueline Diggs.
Hip-Hop Producer, Ill Tal came to WKCR for an interview (link here) with Zach Wyche, and also did a break mix. This is the second part of the recording, with the break mix. Ill Tal goes through well known and rare breaks from his record collection (over 7000!). Have fun trying to figure out what he used. Check out his website at www.illTal.com.
Hip-Hop Producer, Ill Tal came to WKCR for an interview with Zach Wyche, and also did a break mix. This is the first part of the recording. Here is the link to the break mix. Check out his website at www.illTal.com. IllTal's most recent project was Still Trapped in the 90s, which is a completely instrumental hip-hop album with a heavy 90s theme.
Discussion on a big and busy week for Columbia Athletics, featuring the hiring of Al Bagnoli and the first road Ivy sweep for men's basketball in seven years. Hosted by Ryan Young with panelists Yale Reisman, Jacqueline Diggs, Max Rettig and Bridgette Tolbert.
Highlights and reaction from Columbia's 56-50 win at Yale that knocked the Bulldogs out of first place. The Lions both won at Yale and swept an Ivy road weekend for the first time since 2008. Brief post-game audio comes from Maodo Lo, Cory Osetkowski and Kyle Smith. Announcers: Ryan Young and Yale Reisman.
Highlights and reaction from Columbia's 76-59 win at Brown, led by a career night for Maodo Lo (35 points, the most for a Lion since 2004, and four steals). Audio includes Lo's 14 field goals, his post-game reaction, and Luke Petrasek's slam. It was Columbia's first victory at Brown since 2010. Announcers: Ryan Young and Yale Reisman.
Highlights of Columbia men's basketball's comeback in the second half at Harvard on February 13, 2015. The Lions, who trailed by 19 points near the end of the first half, came back to tie the game but fell to the Crimson on Siyani Chamber's jumper with three seconds remaining. Announcers: Ryan Young and Dan Radov.
75 minutes of exclusively Columbia sports talk: Discussion on Rick Taylor's report & Columbia football as it moves towards hiring a head coach, as well as the weekend for Columbia Basketball. Hosted by Ryan Young with panelists Kristyn Brundidge, Bridgette Tolbert, Dan Radov, Max Rettig and Yale Reisman.
Discussion on Columbia basketball and the NBA. Hosted by Ryan Young with panelists Dan Radov, Dante Guarneri, Kristyn Brundidge, Evan Clinton, Bridgette Tolbert, Yale Reisman, Jacqueline Diggs, Eli Finkelstein, Max Rettig and Fernando Garcia.
Discussion on Columbia's new Athletic Director hire, Columbia men's/women's basketball and Super Bowl XLIX. Hosted by Ryan Young with panelists Kristyn Brundidge, Yale Reisman, Jacqueline Diggs, Max Rettig, Dan Radov and Bridgette Tolbert.
December of 2014 saw the North American premiere of Petr Kotik's first opera, Master-Pieces. Founder of the S.E.M Ensemble, the Czech composer speaks with director Michael Rau about his first foray into composing for the stage, his thoughs on drama, and his fascination with Gertrude Stein's texts. Stepan Atamian conducted this interview on December 7, 2014 at WKCR.
Update on a big weekend for many Columbia sports, discussion on Columbia men's and women's basketball, interview with Yale All-Ivy forward Justin Sears, predictions for the Super Bowl and thoughts on the change in MLB commisioner. Hosted by Ryan Young with panelists Dan Radov, Eli Finkelstein, Bridgette Tolbert, Max Rettig and Jacqueline Diggs.