Hosted by celebrated radio personality Norman B, Life Elsewhere is a new program focusing on Arts, Culture and Media with interviews, reviews and observations. Guests will include authors, musicians, designers, actors, artists, as well as cultural commentators. Life Elsewhere promises to entertain, enlighten and encourage the discerning listener to take a second look at the wealth of culture surrounding us.

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Life Elsewhere - Your New Program About Art, Culture & Media

<p>Life Elsewhere - Your New Program About Art, Culture &amp; Media Each week we’ll surprise you with a fresh and alternate look at a variety of topics. Recent editions of Life Elsewhere have included notable authors Mark Haskell-Smith, Gillian Gaar, Patrick O’Neil and Chad Kultgen; legendary rap artist Sir Mix-A-Lot, distinguished architect Yann Weymouth; eminent professors Andrew Raine, Philip Leiberman and Robert Klitzman; crossword constructor Merl Reagle. Actors, designers, artists and media experts have also joined us to explore subjects from “Same Sex &amp; The Media” to “Villains”. <strong><em>Learn about Life Elsewhere at: www.lifeelsewhere.co</em></strong></p>



Gay & Happy in Russia?

<p><strong><em>“Putin is the ‘Czar of Homophobia’</em></strong>. His regime has outlawed the public expression of <strong>LGBT</strong> identity and affection – and prohibited the advocacy of <strong>LGBT</strong> human rights – in circumstances where a person under 18 might see it. The adoption of children by overseas same-sex couples has also been banned and <strong>LGBT</strong> organisations that receive donations from abroad are being fined as ‘foreign agents’. These are the latest examples of escalating homophobic and political repression in Russia,” said <strong>Peter Tatchell</strong>, Director of the <strong>Peter Tatchell Foundation</strong>. On the next edition of <strong>Life Elsewhere</strong> we discuss what is happening in Russia with <strong>Peter Tatchell.</strong></p>



Bram Stoker + Russophobia = Dracula

<p>“In Victorian England, a marked fear of Russia prevailed in the government and the public. As a result of the Crimean War and other Russian threats to the British Empire, the English mind was haunted by a shadowy enemy of barbarous Eastern invaders. The influence of this <strong>Russophobia</strong> is evident in the works of <strong>Bram Stoker</strong>, who responded to the Russian challenge to British Imperial hegemony through the character of Dracula, a primitive and menacing Eastern figure destroyed by warriors pledged to the crown.” We talk to <strong>Dr. Jimmie Cain</strong> about his theory and his book *“Bram Stoker and Russophobia: Evidence of the British Fear of Russia in Dracula and The Lady of the Shroud”<em>. The next edition of Life </em><strong>Elsewhere airs Monday, 19 at 9.00am EST (1400 GMT)</strong>*</p>



Understanding Chelsea

<p>Bradley Manning through his attorney, announced that he was beginning hormone treatment to become a woman and that he should be referred to as Chelsea Manning. Since then, a flurry of misinformation and questionable comments about transgender people has percolated the media. On the next edition of <strong>Life Elsewhere</strong> we take a closer look at Transgender issues. Our guests will include the mother of a Transgender child, a Transgender person and a doctor who specializes in Transgender issues. All this plus the <strong>Hit That Never Was</strong>, featuring <strong>Jim Croce</strong>‘s son <strong>AJ</strong>. <strong><em>Life Elsewhere airs Monday 26, at 9.00am EDT (1400 GMT)</em></strong></p>



The Best Of Life Elsewhere

<p>Join us Labor Day for the <strong>Best Of</strong> edition, as we look back at highlights of <strong>Life Elsewhere</strong>, the new show about <strong>Art, Media &amp; Culture</strong></p>



Syria & Daleks

<p>What don't we know and what should we know about Syria? On the next edition of Life Elsewhere we talk with experts to help us better evaluate the situation in Syria. Dr. Binoy Kampmark will join us from Melbourne, Australia with an alternative insight. Mr. Kampmark was running with Julian Assange for the WikiLeaks Party in the recent Victoria elections. From Dickinson College, Ed Webb, assistant professor of political science and international studies will also join us. Mr. Webb specializes in understanding the Middle East, coincidently, the professor has also written about the Daleks and Dr. Who, we'll ask him about both subjects. Plus, we bring you this week's Hit That Never Was, a rare Jamaican 7" selected by a listener.</p>



Life After Punk

<p>On the next edition of <strong>Life Elsewhere</strong> we talk with two men who grew up in the age of Punk. <strong>Patrick O’Neil</strong>, self-proclaimed ex-punk, ex-roadie, ex-junkie, ex-bank robber and the author of the memoir “Hold Up”. <strong>O’Neil</strong> talks about his Punk life and reads from his second book, chronicling his former career as roadie/road manager for several major Punk bands during the 80′s including, <strong>Dead Kennedys</strong>, <strong>Flipper</strong>, <strong>TSOL</strong> and <strong>Subhumans</strong>. <strong>Adam Morris</strong>‘s illustrious career began as road manager for (the original) <strong>Killing Joke</strong>, moving on to manage <strong>The Orb</strong>, then record label owner, college lecturer and musicologist. <strong>Adam</strong> shares anecdotes entailing <strong>Motorhead</strong>, “the archetype rock ‘n’ roll band” to ripoffs, “always keep the copyright”. Plus, quickly send your Punk suggestion for this week’s <strong>Hit That Never Was</strong>, to: <strong><em>normanb@lifeelsewhere.co</em></strong></p>



The Fact & Fiction Edition

<p>From Melbourne, Australia, distinguished expert on diplomacy, international relations and 20th century history, Dr. Binoy Kampmark joins the conversation, covering Chelsea Manning, Adrian Lamo, security clearance and Syria. Larry Reid, noted curator of Fantagraphics Books in Seattle, offers insight on graphic novels and the sub-culture of comic books. Plus, this week's Hit That Never Was selected by a listener.</p>



09/28/13

<p>On the next edition of Life Elsewhere the legendary Sir Mix-A-Lot shares his views on Syria, Gun Control, Ted Cruz, Obamacare and the President.</p> <p>Thrash aka Kris Weston, formerly of The Orb talks about his time with the ambient band and his new Kickstarter project.</p> <p>Jason Stewart president of TIGLFF (Tampa International Gay &amp; Lesbian Film Festival) discuses the upcoming festival.</p> <p>Plus this week's Hit That Never Was.</p> <p>For more info about Life Elsewhere go to: www.lifeelsewhere.co</p> <p>Life Elsewhere airs Monday, 9.00am EDT (1400 GDT)</p>



In Depth With Martin Atkins & Parody News Vs. Real News With Ted Coreless

<p>The next edition of Life Elsewhere features an in depth and personal interview with Martin Atkins, one of rock's legendary drummers, who also happens to be a really good guy. Martin's stellar resume includes PiL, Brian Brain, Ministry, Pigface, Killing Joke and Nine Inch Nails. We talk with Martin about his experiences and collaborations with these legendary bands and how he became an educator on the workings of the music business.. He's an engaging man, you'll not want to miss his real-life anecdotes. Plus Martin Atkins selects this week's Hit That Never Was...can you guess what it will be?</p> <p>Ted Coreless, attorney, critical thinker and media personality will join us to address the question, "How did parody news become real news?" With antagonistic talking heads, split screens, omnipresent news crawls, animated graphics, quick cut-aways and non-stop moving cameras, do we now live in a world where sedate, non-confrontational dialogue is all but vanished?</p>



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Life Elsewhere - Your New Program About Art, Culture & Media

Each week we’ll surprise you with a fresh and alternate look at a variety of topics. Recent editions of Life Elsewhere have included notable authors Mark Haskell-Smith, Gillian Gaar, Patrick O’Neil, Candi Sary and Chad Kultgen; legendary rap artist Sir Mix-A-Lot, distinguished architect Yann Weymouth; eminent professors Andrew Raine, Philip Leiberman and Robert Klitzman; crossword constructor Merl Reagle. Actors, designers, artists and media experts have also joined us to explore subjects from “Same Sex & The Media” to “Villains”. Learn about Life Elsewhere at: www.lifeelsewhere.co


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