Podcasts: Art, Culture & Entertainment

Astra Taylor on Democracy Now!

Astra Taylor asks what is democracy?


Hudson Mohawk Magazine correspondent Steve Pierce speaks with activist author, filmmaker, musician Astra Taylor …

Lou WILTON of Lou's GOURMET Fire wood Talks about his business of 30 years and how he makes a difference providing energy to the North country

Triple E’s with Lou the Firewood Guy


WOOC talks with Lou Wilton of Lou’s Gourmet Fire Wood about his business of …

WOOC interviews guest Patrick Tine, new arts contributor for the Times Union about his impressions of the 41st Photo Regional and the lab space show NSFW, both held at Collar Works Gallery in Troy, NY.

Collar Works Radio with Patrick Tine


WOOC interviews guest Patrick Tine, new arts contributor for the Times Union about his …

WOOC sat down with Angela Beallor to talk about her upcoming performance of M.G. I Want a Baby Reimagined. They touch on topics of labor, pregnancy and eugenics.

Nature Lab with Angela Beallor


WOOC sat down with Angela Beallor to talk about her upcoming performance of M.G. …

Longtime musician, journalist and artist Greg Haymes died unexpectedly on April 10. Among his many creative endeavors was the local music blog Nippertown, which ended with his death after almost ten years. This is WOOC’s interview from last year with Greg about Nippertown.

RIP Greg Haymes and Nippertown


Longtime musician, journalist and artist Greg Haymes died unexpectedly on April 10.

Clare Promise and Rayann Czarnecki

Clare Promise And Rayann Czarnecki on One Rhyme At A Time


Hudson Mohawk Magazine correspondent Steve Pierce speaks with singer Clare Promise and photographer Rayann …

Greg Haymes

RIP Greg Haymes and Nippertown


Longtime musician, journalist and artist Greg Haymes died unexpectedly on April 10. Among his …

WOOC sits down with Ann Parillo, host/producer of "Schenectady Today: In and Around the Capital Region" one of the longest running Public Access TV programs in the country. We also discuss the "Eel Project" and counting eels in the Poestenkill.

Schenectady Today: Eel Project


WOOC sits down with Ann Parillo, host/producer of “Schenectady Today: In and Around the …

Spirit of the Suffragettes Correspondent Cassidy McCabe is with Clare Promise, a local musician, about her musical inspirations and her passions pertaining to women empowerment and mental illness as part of our Spirit of the Suffragette series.

Spirit of the Suffragettes with Clare Promise


Spirit of the Suffragettes Correspondent Cassidy McCabe is with Clare Promise, a local musician, …

Amanda McCreary joins us to introduce Rensselaer Youth Outdoors as well as their upcoming summer program. In addition to youth participants, they are seeking Crew Chiefs for hire! Learn more at RYoutdoors.org.

Rensselaer Youth Outdoors with Amanda McCreary


Amanda McCreary joins us to introduce Rensselaer Youth Outdoors as well as their upcoming …

WOOC speaks to Sarah Barrett Director of Undergraduate Enrollment Management at Sage College after a recent open house at the college.

Reclaiming History with Sara Barrett


WOOC speaks to Sarah Barrett Director of Undergraduate Enrollment Management at Sage College after …

Triple E’s with Dean Patterson


WOOC speaks with Terry Dean Patterson Educator and TV Personality about importance of education …

WOOC speaks with Sanctuary interns Chris and Amari about the nearby Stewart's Closing

Stewarts Closing


WOOC speaks with Sanctuary interns Chris and Amari about the nearby Stewart’s Closing.

We sit down with Susan Meyer to discuss her artistic practice, sculptures that draw inspiration from Buckminster Fullers geodesic domes to Borsch Belt comics.

Collarworks Radiowith Susan Meyer Pt 2


WOOC continues our interview with Susan Meyer about her artistic practice, sculptures that draw …

WOOC talks to sound director and MC Kristoph about the Mt Ida Open Mic Event and Mt Ida Preservation in general.

Mt Ida Open Mic with Kristoph


WOOC talks to sound director and MC Kristoph about the Mt Ida Open Mic …

WOOC speaks with David Girard and Emily Curro of the Troy Foundry theatre about their upcoming production "White Rabbit, Red Rabbit" to be performed at the Troy Collar Works, April 7th to April 15th.

White Rabbit, Red Rabbit


WOOC speaks with David Girard and Emily Curro of the Troy Foundry theatre about …

Cat Jones begins a series on gender non-conformity with her first interview with Madeleine Tamsa, from the bands NPK and Frozen Sun, regarding Madeliene's experience as a young transgender musician in the capital region. To listen to Madeliene’s music go to npktrash.bandcamp.com/

Gender NonConformity Series: Madeleine


Cat Jones begins a series on gender non-conformity, examining ways in which ignorance, misunderstanding, …

WOOC discusses with Lovonia Mallory the upcoming Pulmonary Embolisms Awareness day that will take place in Washington Park, May 4, 2019 in honor of Lovonia’s brother Guy Mallory who died of a pulmonary embolism, May of 2018.

Health Watch: Pulmonary Embolism


WOOC discusses with Lovonia Mallory the upcoming Pulmonary Embolisms Awareness day that will take …

Pat Hynes, director of the Traprock Center for Peace and Justice in western Massachusetts speaks with WOOC about the relationship of militarism to climate change

Peace Activist Pat Hynes


The US military uses 1 million gallons of fossil fuels….every day?! This and other …

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