A show about psychology and space that shows signs of a split personality. The Director of Psychiatric Broadcasting for the Universal Media Netweb, Dr. Oslow Norway, hosts "Doctor Talk", a call-in advice program with Dr. Zigmund Void and Dr. F. H. Jekyl (previously Nurse Hyde). Attempts to take calls from the audience for the two doctors (one obsessed with drug use, the other with sex) starts off slowly but heats up into all range of problems: bird pollution, contact lenses growing back after removal, and thoughts while urinating. Doctor Talk grows progressively stranger as not one, but a half-dozen Weathermen call in, with Dr. Jekyl falling in love with them, and the many different David Wills accuse each other of being impostors.
Over the Edge is announced as giving the first Thursday of each month to Crack O' Dawn, and Don mentions that "Once you give something up at KPFA, you never get it back."
We say goodbye to Dr. Jeckyl (although Dr. Void refuses to leave) to usher in the second part of the show, "Psychedelic Space Phase". Here things go into deep space, with songs of the distant galaxies played over receptacle program,omg that grows increasingly alien, including Wonk from Planet Zentar, who only wishes we would Shake Frontal Extremities. Samples from "Demon Seed" crash against Blondie's Man from Mars, Bowie's "Across the Universe" and Star Trek. Receptacle aliens reach a fever pitch as they attempt to lock protocols and shake frontal extremities to universal radio waves, until the show's own radio waves crash on the shore of 3:30am. -- Jason Scott
October 3, 2015 Subject:
Fill the fields with love
This one here is absolute masterpiece. It can get you back to your holy place of choice even without the ticket. Or at least you'll remember where is this postcard that you thought is long lost!
One remark, that due to the length and weight it can get bad good later on. So as always, take care about set and setting, don't fight with the ocean and yes.