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In Episode 16, Colin Cheney is missing. He was last seen venturing to Puerto Rico in search of a major discovery at the Arecibo Observatory. Meanwhile, fearing his reoccurring Martian Aphasia might lead to his arrest, Donald Quist flees the United States and returns to Bangkok. From Thailand, Donald reflects on America's declaration of war with Mar…
 
In Episode 15, Colin and Donald speak to arts journalist Kaewta “Ann” Ketbungkan recorded at the Bangkok Arts and Cultural Center a few weeks after the passing of His Majesty--the much beloved King Bhumibol Adulyadej. During our talk with Ann, she walks us through an art exhibit honoring the late monarch. She explains how art can allow a society to…
 
In Episode 14, Colin interviews two young Ethiopian-Somali American poets, Rakiya and Ahmed Mohamed. The interview was recorded at Forage Market in Lewiston, Maine, shortly after President Trump’s Executive Order banning travel from seven predominantly Muslim countries including Somalia. The siblings—one in high school, the other in college—recount…
 
In Episode 13, Colin and Donald chat with American expressionist painter Chris Coles at BrainWake Café in Bangkok. Chris talks about his choice to reject realism in order to better capture the ugly, primal, truth of the Bangkok nightlife—and the human condition. He shares his thoughts on the role of fine arts in Thailand, how it is intrinsically di…
 
Episode 12 is different. Recorded during two meetings at Benchasiri Park in Bangkok--shortly after the passing of Thailand's beloved patriarch, His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, and then again a few weeks later, following the results of the U.S. presidential elections--Colin and Donald attempt to parse their world in the wake of recent happening…
 
In episode 11, Colin heads to Hanoi, Vietnam, and chats with Burmese poet & visual artist Maung Day. Maung talks about how his early exposure to traditional Burmese songs and poems in school sparked a passion for writing, how--despite extreme military censorship--he sought out American and British literature that excited him, and how he found his o…
 
In the first episode of the second season, Colin and Donald interview Paul Spurrier, the writer and director of the haunting and affecting Thai-language film, The Forest. Paul talks about the experience of filming in the northeastern province of Issan, and how The Forest explores a part of Thailand seldom seen by westerners. Paul recounts his exper…
 
In this ninth episode, the season one finale, Colin interviews Somrak “Som” Sila, art curator and proprietor of one of Bangkok’s coolest venues, WTF Bar & Gallery. While roaming from alley to bar, Som tells the story of how she left behind a successful career as a financial analyst in order to carve out an open artistic community amidst an exclusiv…
 
In this eighth episode, Colin and Donald speak with acclaimed comics artist David Lloyd, co-creator and illustrator of V for Vendetta. David discusses his working class upbringing and how American culture fed his development as an artist. He gives insight into some of his earlier collaborations with Alan Moore and other writers. David also shares h…
 
Things get weird(er) in this seventh episode as Colin and Donald sit down with Narawan "Kyo" Pathomvat, creator and curator of the contemporary art library and meeting space, The Reading Room. Kyo talks about starting an arts library in an art community largely indifferent, if not hostile, to a non-profit space devoted to dialogue and discourse. Sh…
 
In September 2015, Dr. Pim Weeresethakul, a scientist working with the International Space Exploration and Coordination Group (ISECG), illegally released a batch of files to Wikileaks. Among the files was an unidentified audio transmission from Mars' orbit. The signal was detected by ISECG in March 2015, but ISECG chose to keep the audio secret.The…
 
In this sixth episode, Colin and Donald chat with Pan Pan Narkprasert--perhaps more famously known by his drag queen persona, Pangina Heals. Pan talks about growing up as an outsider, and how art and drag taught him to embrace self-expression. He shares his disdain for the pomp and circus of the fine art scene in Thailand, and what he wants his aud…
 
Our friend Dr. Kenneth Nielson, an acoustic technician with the Trodza Institute at University of Copenhagen, provided us with this new transmission. It is believed to be coming from the unidentified objects--the "whales," as some continue to call them--en route to Earth. Dr. Nielson wrote this in his email to us: "This is the transmission that was…
 
In this fifth episode, Colin and Donald sit down with Note "Dudesweet" Pongsuang: an artist and—as part of the Dudesweet collective—one of Bangkok’s most revered party organizers. Note talks about growing up queer and working-class poor, and he explains how the Dudesweet parties were created to respond to—and perhaps provide an escape from—social h…
 
In this fourth episode, Colin and Donald chat with performer Sasapin "Pupe" Siriwanij, a core member of the avant-garde physical theatre troupe, B-Floor. Pupe talks about how she came to understand social restrictions on the female body and female identity. She also explains how physical theater allows her to pose—and explore—difficult questions ab…
 
In this third episode, Colin and Donald speak with poet Zakariya "Che" Amataya and Kittiphol "Yo" Saragganonda, fiction writer and Editor-in-Chief at 1001 Nights Editions. They speak about growing up in the shadow of conflicts in Thailand’s southern provinces and the different kinds of censorship that Thai people experience in their daily lives, as…
 
In this second episode, Donald and Colin hear stories from musician Dino Tarasin, guitarist and vocalist for the Bangkok-based rock band Degaruda. Dino talks about making music inspired by Karen Carpenter and DC Hardcore (a politically-charged kind of American punk) in a country in the grips of social division and military rule.The hosts debate the…
 
In this first episode, Colin and Donald speak with cartoonist and artist Kathy MacLeod about inventing the cartoon versions of herself, why she hasn’t sought out a community of fellow comic book artists in Bangkok, and how painting the sex-tourists of Soi Cowboy helped her clarify why she makes art in the first place.The hosts discuss why they star…
 
This is a portion of what's being called the "Murdered by the Sky" transmission released by Wikileaks on 20 November 2015. The International Space Exploration Coordination Group (ISECG) documents accompanying the transmission in the Wikileaks release indicate the transmission was first received in March 2015. ISECG documents refer to the signal as …
 
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