The cold show, from 'Re:sound'
This week, on "Re:sound," we'll turn down the thermostat and usher in stories that gives us the chills. This Sunday you'll hear:
Music in this episode was performed on instruments made from ice by "Icemusic," a project of Norwegian composer Tjere Isungset.
I Fell Through the Ice by Dennis Funk and Gwen Macsai (Re:sound debut, 2016)
Phil Smith grew up skating on frozen lakes. But one New Year's Eve, reliving his childhood memories put him in a life and death situation.
Overland by Nate DiMeo (The Memory Palace , 2016)
George Frederick Tilton was crew member on the ship the Belvedere, which made regular trips to the arctic to trap and hunt in the late 19th century. When the Belvedere and it's crew found themselves stranded, Tilton set out on a mission to rescue them all.
Arctic Sound Lost & Founds by Jennifer Kingsley (Radiotonic , ABC RN, 2016)
Radio producer and naturalist Jennifer Kingsley is quite familiar with the area, having traversed some of it in a canoe. On her last trip, she opted for a larger vessel and set out to record the sounds of her environment. She came back with more than she could have imagined.
Frozen Alive by Peter Frick-Wright & Robbie Carver (Outside Podcast , 2016)
In this episode, the listener endures a series of plausible mishaps on a bitterly cold night: a car accident on a lonely stretch of road, a broken ski binding that foils a backcountry escape, a disorienting tumble in the snow and a slow descent into hypothermia and delirium.
Join us this Sunday, June 25 at 7 p.m. for the latest from "Re:sound," or listen online.