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Hi, periodic TSYOA blogger Joe Garden here. Confused by the recent economic woes befalling the world because of the falling U.S. subprime mortgage quandry? Then let Mr. Jackie Mason bring you up to speed!
Or, if you prefer a different viewpoint with less hands-over-the-head gesteculating, check out NPR's Marketplace, who have been covering this for a while.
Franlky, I like Jackie Mason's optimistic, if less accurate, viewpoint a little more.
So a lot of public radio stations are poking around The Sound of Young America lately. One of the things they like to do is listen to CDs of shows, which I of course am happy to make for them. However, being so close to the production process, it's often tough for me to know what the best TSOYA shows are.
This week's show features a favorite, originally heard on The Sound of Young America: Phone Call to the 14th Century. We'll have never-before-heard stuff in the coming weeks. OK: ready... steady... GO!