TWO GREAT NEW SHOWS on The Source 88.5 HD3
cowley about about 4 years ago
WMNF is fortunate to be able to air two amazing programs on Sunday nights on The Source, our new digital channel.
At 7 p.m. you can hear two hours of classic and contemporary theatre with L.A. Theatre Works. Featuring all-star professional casts of actors, the series features stage plays by writers including Tom Stoppard, Lynn Nottage and Oscar Wilde adapted for radio.
This week, catch The Great Tennessee Monkey Trial by Peter Goodchild - a potent look at the debate on human evolution.
LA Theatre Works - Sundays at 7 p.m. on The Source, 88.5 HD3 on your digital radio or online at wmnf.org/thesource.
Check out LA Theatre Works' schedule here - latw.org.
And at 9 p.m. on Sunday nights on The Source - whatever you do, don't miss Joe Frank.
Joe Frank is the cult hit of public radio, a broadcaster and performance artist whose sharp and surreal, mindful and mind-blowing programs have never been heard in Tampa Bay.
He’s "the apostle of radio noir". . . "the most brilliant comic in America". . . “an audio Fellini". . . A multilayered "audio universe cascading out of your radio." Joe Frank’s monologues, or short stories – are known as "the most effective use of radio since War of the Worlds."
Each program asks a question. Sometimes you’ll hear Joe Frank’s voice. You’ll hear real people in real situations. Or stories improvised by actors. Whatever happens, it's some of the most compelling radio around.
Joe Frank - Sundays at 9 p.m. on The Source, 88.5 HD3 on your digital radio or online at wmnf.org/thesource.
Find out more about Joe Frank at joefrank.com.