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.  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

 

Ways To Connect

The sounds of Pixar; Interview with a sound editor: The art of the real; this week's Audiograph revealed! and San Francisco's newest a cappella choir, Capella SF.

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Navigating the Delta: the roots of agriculture; The glory that was the original Bay Bridge; StoryCorps: Overcoming mental illness together; and local singer Roem Baur.

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Navigating the Delta: Meeting the People Who Live in California’s Water Hub; and Growing Up with Thao and the Get Down Stay Down.

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Beyond the pale of Parkinson’s Disease; A young man's music transforms personal loss and also public spaces; The X Segment: "Sox"; and local band Naked Fiction.

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Bay Area cities expand employment protections for ex-convicts; a conversation with legendary prankster Mal Sharpe; Hear Here: Astor Lee finds community in an ancient Chinese art; San Francisco's Poet Laureate Alejandro Murguía reads his poem "16th and Valencia," and local band Tea Leaf Green.

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A conversation with Naina Khanna; Living with HIV as a senior; and StoryCorps: Honoring yourself by honoring others.

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The audio of this show is temporarily unavailable. Please check back on Monday, 2/3/14.  

A new study aims to promote choir singing for healthy aging; Grant "Twiggy" Baker's favorite teacher; this week's Audiograph revealed! and local group the Galax Quartet.

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A special "50/50" Edition of Crosscurrents.

San Francisco's oldest news source gets a new managing editor; Golden Gate Park’s hairiest denizens; this week's Audiograph revealed! and local group The Left Coast Chamber Ensemble.

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An Oakland library reaches out to provide Calfresh; the importance of teen space; The 81st Ave. Library serves more than just books; student bloopers at the library; and local rapper Easop.

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Tech immigration changes racial attitudes in Cupertino: an interview with Tomás R. Jiménez; making a home for bees by the freeway; Hear Here: Kiana Eidgahi's gardening discovery; this week's Audiograph revealed! plus local band The Patrick Wolff Sextet.

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Human Trafficking: A Fisherman's Story; a conversation with Sergeant Tony Flores (of  the special victims unit for SFPD); and local cellist Rebecca Roudman.

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#Twitter! A conversation with Nick Bilton, author of Hatching Twitter: A Story of Money, Power, Friendship and Betrayal; plus several locals share their thoughts about Twitter. #crosscurrents #kalw #podcast #listenersupportedradio

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San Francisco’s Visitacion Valley to get first grocery store in decades; Sights and Sounds of Bayview: 'Food Guardian' Kenny Hill spreads the gospel of healthy living; Following the fate of the Christmas tree; and San Francisco's Beth Custer Ensemble.

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From prison to professing: a former inmate teaches others to reduce recidivism;  A runner's high in prison; Bike riding 101: Adventures in urban biking; and The (local) Tommy Igoe Big Band.

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The Audiograph Show II

Diana's Diaries: a teacher's first year.

Two episodes of 99% Invisible: "Unbuilt" and "Rebar and the Alvord Lake Bridge."

Capital Public Radio

On today's show, we are presenting, "Class Dismissed," a one-hour radio documentary from the Capital Public Radio series, The View From Here

"Class Dismissed" takes an intimate look at the high school dropout crisis through the lives of three young people from California's Central Valley. Their stories reveal what is at stake for their future and ours.

The Science of Compassion.

A Crosscurrents Special: The San Quentin Prison Report, Part 2 of 2.

A Crosscurrents Special: The San Quentin Prison Report, Part 1 of 2. 

Finding a voice amongst the pain over Andy Lopez shooting; The State of Media: Interview with Joaquin Alvarado from The Center for Investigative Reporting; and the Burritoeater's Last Slab.

Behind the scenes on a pot farm in Mendocino; slithering through a reptile’s world at the East Bay Vivarium; this week's Audiograph revealed! and local band The Cottontails.

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DREAMer hackers code for immigration reform with FWD.us; Serving student veterans at City College of San Francisco; StoryCorps: A bit of color in the darkest of times; Another Hole In The Head film festival marks 10th anniversary; and local singer Nicolas Bearde.

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Veterans find peace and community through mindfulness; Hear Here: Mary Joseph recalls a father she barely knew; Searching for the Peregrine Falcons; and music by students of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.

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A Special "Audiographiles" Edition of Crosscurrents.

A special presentation of Bay Area author Jon Mooallem's new book Wild Ones: A Sometimes Dismaying, Weirdly Reassuring Story,  About Looking at People Looking at Animals in America.

The Audiograph Show.

Food stamp cuts mean longer lines at food banks; Behind the scenes at the San Francisco Food Bank; A class for dancers with big dreams, and leg warmers; and local performers Marcus Cohen and the Congress.

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