The Front Row, 07/24/2007

We meet Tony Award winning actor Jim Dale. He is the narrator of the audio-book editions of ALL of the Harry Potter novels. We also begin a three-part series of street-corner conversations with architecture and urban design commentator Tom Diehl, who looks at our tendency to plan and construct big building and landscaping projects, but forget to take into consideration the little details that can enhance or degrade the asthetics and desired effect of the main attraction . . .

Fuonder and Director Sidney Bergerξand actor Phillip Lehl chat with KUHF's Catherine Lu about the 2007 Shakespeare Festival and the upcoming production of Love's Labour's Lost.ξThe festival is at Miller Outdoor Theatre through August 10th. ξListenξ Downloadξ

Actor Jim Dale is the narrator of the audio-book editions of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter novels. He talks with TFR Producer Bob Stevenson about creating and developing the voices for all of the characters in the series.ξξListenξ Downloadξξξ

University of Houston Professor Tom Diehl is the architecture and urban design commentator for The Front Row. In the first of aξthree-part series of street-corner discussions with TFR host Dean Dalton, Diehl discusses some of the mistakes planners and governmet officials sometimes make when they develop portions of our urban environment. In part-one of Big vs. Small we head over to the corner of Main St. and Binz St.ξin the Museum District.ξξListenξ Downloadξξ




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