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Douglas Bolles and William Morgan host a lively weekly conversation in which they naturally discuss "the answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe, and everything" with the interesting authors, thinkers, syncers and philosophers of our day. The show has its genesis in a series of discussions regarding The Sync Book, of which, both hosts are authors.


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FREE 08.05.19 Episode 341: James Dyke
The Race Is On
In order to avoid disaster, the international community has agreed to limit global warming to no more than 2 degrees Celsius. For that to happen, changes are required across all sectors of society. Very few people appreciate just how profound these changes will be. The program considers this with Dr. James Dyke, host and producer of the recent climate documentary, The Race Is On.
Topics: Climate Change, Heat Wave, Wild Fires, Greenhouse Gases, IPCC, Decarbonization, Science, James Hansen, 350 ppm, 350.org, Carbon Capture, Extinction, Deforestation, Rats, Apollo 50, Growth, Cold War, Technosphere, Geology, Biosphere, Population Bomb, Green Revolution, Human Nature, Beauty, Solar Power, Renewable Energy.
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Watch: The Race Is On at climateracefilm.org

Read: "Climate Change" at theconversation.com

Visit: jamesdyke.info

Watch: Love In A Time Of Calamity at jamesdyke.info

FREE 08.02.19

Andras Jones (340)

All You Get

Once upon a time in Hollywood . . . there were movie stars and psyops and tonight for 42 minutes with author, actor, and musician Andras Jones, we run that gamut. His new LP, All You Get, arrives August 8th.

FREE 07.15.19

(More) Spring Book Club (339)

Don Quixote Part II

As Don Quixote was published in two parts, so too does the spring book club meet again to have another go at the Ingenious Gentlemen Don Quixote De La Mancha. Now with more goats!

FREE 07.07.19

Tara Conklin (338)

The Last Romantics

The program considers writing and romance as well as looking back at Treefort 2019 with Tara Conklin, author most recently of The Last Romantics.

FREE 06.21.19

Jeffrey Kripal (337)

The Flip

Today we consider the future of knowledge via The Flip, which is Dr. Jeffrey Kripal's new, ambitious book, outlining a visionary program for unifying the sciences and the humanities to expand our minds, open our hearts, and negotiate a peaceful resolution to the culture wars.

FREE 06.06.19

Spring Book Club (336)

Don Quixote

Somewhere in La Mancha, in a place whose name I do not care to remember, a gentleman lived not long ago. Thus, the book club follows the adventures of this noble Hidalgo who reads so many chivalric romances that he loses his sanity and decides to become a knight-errant, reviving chivalry and serving his country, under the name Don Quixote de la Mancha. He recruits a simple farmer, Sancho Panza, as his squire.

FREE 05.28.19

Alan Green (335)

Creatures Of Habit

Upon the first anniversary of Alan Green's magnum opus sync film, Vision & The Voice, he and Doug do a little on air shadow work.

FREE 04.30.19

Danny Colombo (334)

Dream Worlds

With another Treefort Music Fest in the bank, the program wraps up the 2019 festival as well as looking back at the 2016 Boise Spring Sync (and other Dream Worlds) with musician and artist, Danny Colombo.

FREE 04.23.19

Jake Kotze (333)

The Sync Whole

Upon the 10th anniversary of the group sync blog, The Sync Whole, the program shares 42 minutes with its founder, Jake Kotze.

FREE 03.29.19

Douglas Rushkoff (332)

Team Human

Today for 42 minutes we consider Douglas Rushkoff's latest book, Team Human, which is the hopeful "state of the union" that we all need.

FREE 03.21.19

Marshall Poole (331)

Pasadena

Treefort is here, folks! Get out there and see it all. Catch Marshall Poole on Friday, and be sure to check out all their other acts: Blood Lemon, Built To Spill, Gipsy Moonrise.

FREE 03.19.19

Jonathan Evison (330)

Lawn Boy

Today Lawn Boy, the great American landscaping novel by Jonathan Evison arrives in paperback. On Thursday, Jonathan arrives in Boise for Treefort. Catch him then at 2:30 pm at The Owyhee first floor cafe and on Saturday at noon at the same location.

FREE 03.18.19

Sarah Manguso (329)

300 Arguments

Today for 42 minutes, the program considers life writing with author, Sarah Manguso. Her most recent book, 300 arguments was published by Graywolf in 2017. Sarah appears at Treefort Saturday, March 23rd from 2 to 3 pm at The Owyhee and on Sunday, March 24th from noon to 2 at The Owyhee first floor cafe space.

FREE 03.17.19

Camille Acker (328)

Training School For Negro Girls

In anticipation of Storyfort 2019, the program connects with writer, Camille Acker to discuss her 2018 work, Training School For Negro Girls. In this, her debut short story collection, Camille unleashes the irony and tragic comedy of respectability onto a wide-ranging cast of characters, all of whom call Washington, DC, home. She appears at Treefort Friday, March 22nd at Woodland Empire from 4 to 6 pm and on Sunday, March 24 at The Owyhee first floor cafe space from 3 to 4pm.

FREE 03.14.19

Mostly Muff (327)

Swan Song

As a way of exploring Treefort 2019, the program spends 42 Minutes with Lisa, Ivy, & Gia on 10 years of Mostly Muff. They perform Thursday, March 21st at 10:20 pm at The Linen Building.

FREE 03.11.19

Winter Book Club (326)

Collected Fictions

Ficciones, the most popular collection of short stories by Argentine writer and poet Jorge Luis Borges, was the jumping off point for the book club gang on this Groundhog Day to walk the forking paths.

FREE 03.03.19

Jessica Graham (325)

More Good Sex

Prior to year's end, the program reconnected with sexual activist Jessica Graham to look back at 2018.

FREE 02.04.19

Rob Shapiro (324)

Lumiere

Today for 42 minutes we get the information direct from Rob Shapiro's mouth. Voice actor, narrator, and songwriter, Shapiro is known for performing the audiobook versions of many of James Gleick's popular works as well as fronting the LA band Populuxe.

FREE 01.21.19

Peter Bebergal (323)

Strange Frequencies

Today for 42 minutes we are going on an extraordinary technological quest for the supernatural with writer Peter Bebergal, author most recently of Strange Frequencies, published this past October by TarcherPerigee.

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