Smithsonian Folkways Presents Four Podcasts
for Deeper Exploration
- Sounds to Grow On New series hosted by Michael Asch, son of Folkways founder Moses Asch, featuring the original recordings of Folkways Records. A co-production of the CKUA Radio Network, Smithsonian Folkways, The Smithsonian Women's Committee, and folkwaysAlive!.
- Sound Sessions Radio Sound Sessions from Smithsonian Folkways is an audio journey into the rich, eclectic, and sometimes eccentric Smithsonian Folkways archive.
- The Folkways Collection This series of 24 one-hour programs explores the remarkable collection of music, spoken word, and sound recordings that make up Folkways Records.
- Tapestry of the Times Tapestry of the Times is a 36-episode program hosted by Aaron Henkin of WYPR public radio in Baltimore that criss-crosses the Smithsonian Folkways collection along a variety of themes.
New to Podcasting?
By utilizing Real Simple Syndication (RSS) technology, Smithsonian Folkways is able to provide a different way to explore the collection. Just browse the four different programs above and subscribe using your favorite podcast subscription software (iTunes and WinAmp are two examples).
If you'd rather listen to programs directly without subscribing, you can download each episode directly as an MP3 file.