Seth Samuel

Producer & Engineer

Though Seth Samuel was born in Georgia, he does not have a southern accent. (He wishes he did).  Seth received a degree in music composition from Oberlin Conservatory ('07) and a Masters in Scoring for Film from New York University ('09).  He  joined KALW's Crosscurrents team in January 2010 and KALW's VoiceBox team in January 2011.  According to Facebook, Seth likes 56 things.

Here are three of his favorite radio creations:

Film Fatale

Who needs a guitar to be a rock star?

Don’t Let Your Ears Deceive You: On the art of ventriloquism

 

Pages

4:44pm

Tue November 13, 2012
Crosscurrents

Crosscurrents: November 13, 2012

Proposition F goes down the drain; The endangered art of making hats; StoryCorps: The thrill of discovery; Commentary: Plague of Frogs; and The Goat Family Band.

To subscribe to the Crosscurrents podcast in iTunes, click here. To use another podcasting tool, click here.

Read more

1:57pm

Tue November 13, 2012
Arts & Culture

StoryCorps: The thrill of discovery

Dr. Ernest Marquez worked at The National Institute of Health until 2008.

After graduating from Fresno State in 1972, Dr. Ernest Marquez worked at The National Institute of Health until 2008. Marquez, who is is a Mexican American, tells his friend Judit Camacho what it was like to enter an industry in which he was a minority.

Read more
Tags: 

5:21pm

Thu November 8, 2012
Crosscurrents

Crosscurrents: November 8, 2012

San Francisco’s volunteer seaweed fighters; On the road to a litter-free environment; Passion Profile: The science educator; and Music tour meets seed exchange.

To subscribe to the Crosscurrents podcast in iTunes, click here. To use another podcasting tool, click here.

Read more

6:16pm

Wed November 7, 2012
Crosscurrents

Live post-election coverage from KALW News

Live post-election coverage from KALW News.

Read more

6:04pm

Thu November 1, 2012
Crosscurrents

Crosscurrents: November 1, 2012

Remembering Alan Farley; Hear Here: Meet Nina Jo Smith; and Day of the Dead exhibit looks into the future by honoring the past.

To subscribe to the Crosscurrents podcast in iTunes, click here. To use another podcasting tool, click here.

Read more

Pages