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Spring 2007 - Episode 1 (Mar 07, 2007)
Assignment: Radio’s all-new team of student reporters present their first stories of the semester as we take a look at what’s happening around the OU campus. Jarrel Wade spends time with the Sooner Bassooners, a student instrumental group in the School of Music. Founded in 1984 by Professor Carl Rath, the ensemble is known for its unique approach to concert repertoire. Oklahoma certainly does rock at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, as Morgan Fenn takes a look at “OK Rocks! Rocks and Crystals of Oklahoma”. The exhibit features the world’s largest single rose rock, and is curated by Dr. David London, Norman R. Gelphan Professor of Geology and Geophysics at OU and Stubbeman Drace Presidential Professor. Jerry Wofford takes a look at the OU School of Drama’s latest production, “Dancing at Lughnasa”. The play tells the story of the five Mundy sisters of County Donegal, Ireland at a crucial time in 1936. Still living together in their thirties, the sisters are getting ready for the Lughnasa festival. Be sure to listen for a great selection of traditional Irish music. And Brian Hardzinski visits the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art’s exhibit, “Photographs by Brett Weston: Recent Gifts from Christian K. Keesee.” This exhibition of photographs by acclaimed American photographer Brett Weston (1911-1993) explores Weston's tendency to treat his subjects in an abstract manner by photographing them close-up and focusing on intrinsic elements.

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