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Music specials producer Paul Ingles presents the best from his years of documentaries, appreciation programs, tributes, interviews, theme shows and fun music mixes. Each week something special. "Paul Ingles makes uniquely good stuff!" ~ John Barth/PRX Over the last nearly 20 years, public radio music historian Paul Ingles has been one of the most prolific producers of documentaries and appreciation programs about the music greats of our times. Scores of public radio stations have broadcast his programs on legends like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan,Tom Petty, Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, Bonnie Raitt, James Brown, Prince and many many more.
Music Documentarian Paul Ingles hosts a weekly mix of music from his multi-genre personal collection. Rock, folk, blues, Americana, classic soul, R+B, and jazz standards. Mostly album tracks and stuff you only get from public radio. The first 52 shows in the series are FREE TO STATIONS for a limited time so you can try them out with your audience. Artful sets, brief and informed commentary. Music intensive. Perfect as a regular show in your lineup. Perfect as a last minute replacement for a music host who can't make his/her shift.
In a time when news of war and conflict and political divisiveness seem to fill our media, the Peace Talks Radio series tries to take back some media real estate for talk about making peace in our daily lives as well as to provide information on topics that relate to a more peaceful world – locally, nationally and globally. There are scores of hours (with newscast versions) already produced and more on the way each new season. New episodes are added to PRX every month.
Reporters ask people "If YOUR life was a TV Newscast, what would be your top story RIGHT NOW?" The result is a refreshing montage of what REALLY are the stories people in a given community care about the most.
Extended interviews with musicians and music writers from Paul Ingles' archive. In producing dozens of music history documentaries and appreciation programs over the years, producer Paul Ingles conducts extended interviews with musicians and music writers to find the clips that he weaves into his multi-voice programs. But much good conversation often goes unheard so that talk gets more complete attention in this occasional series. More like a musician's visit to Charlie Rose's table, this presentation focuses on the words of the guest with music sprinkled in as punctuation, the opposite of Paul's other programs which highlight the music with the talk sprinkled in. Early shows include Bonnie Raitt, guitarist Steve Cropper, Taj Mahal, JD Souther, .Bar-Kays bassist James Alexander, original CCR and Lynyrd Skynyrd members. Words on music on TALK MUSIC WITH ME from Paul Ingles.
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Music specials host Paul Ingles and a panel of music scholars recall and celebrate the career of Motown music legend Marvin Gaye. This first of 2 episodes tracks Gaye's career from his first recordings in 1961 to his revered landmark album WHAT'S GOING ON? in 1971. That album was listed as #1 on Rolling Stone Magazine's Top 500 Albums list of All-Time, in 2020. All or part of 27 Marvin Gaye songs are sampled.
The second of 2 episodes tracks Gaye's career from his 1972 to his death in 1984, shot by his father during an argument at home. All or part of 21 Marvin Gaye songs are sampled.
AVAILABLE NOW AT THE PUBLIC RADIO EXCHANGE THREE OUTSTANDING SPECIALS / JUST LIKE THAT: BONNIE RAITT - a track by track deep dive with Bonnie on her 18th studio album released in 2022, JUST LIKE THAT. The EMERGENCE OF BONNIE RAITT - 1 or 2 hours of her whole story from 20-something blues protégé to international adult rock sensation. Bonnie and a host of her friends chime in on the story amidst clips from all the great music. TALK MUSIC WITH ME: BONNIE RAITT - all Bonnie in this hour of mostly conversation with host Paul Ingles about her musical and
LINK TO TRAILER and FULL FILM "A SOLDIER'S PASSAGE" The full-length feature film A SOLDIER'S PASSAGE is a mildly fictionalized account of the final months of Paul's own father’s life, a former World War II veteran. The film tracks the 9 months from the fall of 2015 to the summer of 2016 when the father character, Tom Williams, now widowed and 93, begins to see his health slide after some fainting spells at the retirement home and subsequent visits to the hospital. Tom's three adult kids, spread out across the country, have differing opinions about whether to place their dad in hospice care with 24/7 Home Health support, something Tom is adamantly resisting. A long-planned trip to Australia for Jane and her family forces a decision on his care.
BE PART OF THE SOLUTION! In a time when news of war and conflict and political divisiveness seem to fill our media, the Peace Talks Radio series tries to take back some media real estate for talk about making peace in our daily lives as well as to provide information on topics that relate to a more peaceful world – locally, nationally and globally. Suzanne Kryder, Peace Talks host says: “We’re operating on the theory that any kind of violence, even on a global scale or a large nation-to-nation scale, really starts within an individual’s heart. It really starts with individuals not getting their needs met. We look at issues like creating justice for people but we also want to take it down to just an individual level of how people make peace within themselves, or between two people, in small groups, in neighborhoods, and families. We also look at communities where people tend to have conflict, like in the workplace or at school. We really try to address the day to day issues of how people can prevent violence.” There are scores of hours (with newscast versions) already produced and more on the way each new season. New episodes are added to PRX every month. Use these as a limited series or pick and choose which ones you think will be most interesting to your listeners. Or write to [email protected] to subscribe to our weekly episode system. "Peace Talks Radio" connects listeners with people whose life's work is to pursue peace and nonviolent conflict resolution. The show's focus is often on day-to-day conflict scenarios: at home raising children; in schools with bullies; in the workplace with other employees; on the highways with “road-raged” drivers; in our political discourse. Other shows will spotlight citizens who place the message of peace at the core of their lives.
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- Commercial Radio: News Reporter, Sports Reporter, Air Personality, Program Manager, General Manager at WAYS, WBT, WGSP (all Charlotte, NC), WNCX (Cleveland, Ohio), KBRR, KZRR, KLSK (Albuquerque, NM) (1978 - 1994)
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- Freelance Reporter / Producer / Consultant / Documentarian / Filmmaker at Cedar Creek Studios, Inc. / Good Radio Shows, Inc. / National Public Radio (2002 - present)
- Liaison To Independent Producers at National Public Radio (2006-2017)