Lauren and Chris and Larry and Sheila

AdLib Theatre returns To a Certain Degree, with Lauren Morris, Chris Anderson, Larry Goldman, and Sheila Goldman all stopping by the studio to talk comedy, cooking, and many other things. Dog braille? Yes, that was also a topic.

This episode was recorded on September 29, 2017, on WPRK FM.

Alterity Chamber Orchestra

Two of the founding members of the Alterity Chamber Orchestra, Natalie Grata and Beatriz Ramirez-Belt, visit the WPRK studio to discuss the new group, their debut concert, becoming a classical musician, and many things that fall outside of those categories. And warm fruit!

This episode was recorded on September 25, 2017, on WPRK FM.

Leah Nash

Fellow WPRK DJ and tryer of all things Leah Nash sits down for a conversation with Nick. We talk piles of poop, music, solutions for post-Irma cleanup, and much more. How much more? About an hour’s worth.

This episode was recorded on September 18, 2017, on WPRK FM.

Bad Business Ideas – August 2017

August. A time of change. A change in the weather, in certain parts of the world. A world of Bad Business Ideas. Here are the ten remarkable ideas from the August, 2017, episodes of To a Certain Degree. Which were chosen? Which were left behind, like so many Augusts? Awesome show today with Lauren Morris…

Lauren Morris

AdLib Theatre visits To a Certain Degree when founder Lauren Morris stops by the studio for an interview. We get to the bottom of her path to “Yes, and…” along with much more.

This episode was recorded on August 28, 2017, on WPRK FM.

Amy Green

Journalist and author Amy Green shares some of her experiences from WMFE and the Everglades in this episode of To a Certain Degree.

This episode was recorded on August 21, 2017, on WPRK FM.