FROM PAUL INGLES and PUBLIC RADIO INTERNATIONAL
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WAS RIGHT: THE BEATLES' REVOLVER
an audio collage of Revolver Elements created by Audio Engineer Douglas
DOUGLAS GRANT'S WEBSITE
a fine free E-book on Revolver by Raymond Newman
RAYMOND NEWMAN'S WEBSITE
HEAR EXTENDED INTERVIEWS WITH OUR GUESTS:
Jon Spurney, musician.
FROM OUR GUESTS ABOUT THE SONGS OF REVOLVER:
FOR MORE FEATURES ON THE BEATLES BY PAUL INGLES - CLICK HERE
LOTS MORE ON THE BEATLES - http://www.beatles.com
About Producer Paul Ingles
Paul Ingles has been in broadcasting since 1975 and has experience as a producer, news and sports reporter, recording engineer, editor, on-air personality, trainer and manager. Paul has worked at radio and television stations in North Carolina, Washington, DC, Ohio and New Mexico. More recently, as an independent radio producer, he has filed reports for NPR news magazines (Morning Edition and All Things Considered) and NPR newscasts as well as numerous other public radio programs. He has been reporting extensively on The Beatles during this 40th anniversary year. To hear more of his Beatles reporting and programs, click here.
He has produced radio programs on music, popular culture, literature, media literacy and other topics that have been distributed nationally, including three specials spotlighting The Beatles - The Beatles In America - 1964, George Harrison: An Appreciation and The Day John Lennon Died - that were carried on over 100 stations. Paul has also taught a rock 'n' roll history course for the University of New Mexico and written a series of books called THE ROCK HISTORY REFERENCE GUIDES that are in use at dozens of radio stations across the country.
In 2003, he founded the non-profit media organization Good Radio Shows, Inc.
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About Public Radio International
Public Radio International (PRI), an independent, not-for-profit corporation and managing partner of American Public Radio LLC, the satellite radio company, is public radio’s leading source for innovative programming and audio content. Based in Minneapolis, the network provides over 400 hours of programming each week, content that is broadcast and streamed online by its 746 affiliates nationwide. PRI programming is also available nationwide via Sirius Satellite Radio.
PRI is known for driving innovation in public radio through partnerships with stations, independent producers, and other organizations, and for working collaboratively to pool resources and share risk, cultivate new talent, and bring diverse voices and perspectives to the public airwaves. PRI affiliate stations reach 29.2 million listeners weekly, and its programming is heard by 15.9 million listeners each week. (Source: Arbitron Nationwide/Act 1 Systems, Persons 12+ in DMA, Monday-Sunday 24 hours based on station broadcast schedules, Spring 03)
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IN PART FROM
Public Radio International stations nationwide
and the PRI Program Fund whose contributors include
the Ford Foundation and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.