I love This American Life. I don't listen to it as often as I should. (I have 62 podcast episodes of the show downloaded but unheard.) But as much as I love it as a radio program, I'm even more excited at the prospect of the new television version:
"They can't do this on TV," Kris told me the other day. "It won't work the same. Part of the charm of the show is that it's iconic, that you don't get to see the people, that you can project your own images."
She has a point, but I have to say that the above teaser for the show does a lot to dispel my fears. I'm praying that the iTunes Music Store carries this show, because I'm not about to subscribe to Showtime to get it. I don't want to have to resort to BitTorrent.
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2006 — Around Rosings Park In which we prepare for the coming of spring.