Apres Midi/Afternoon Classics

Monday 3:00-4:00 PM &10:30-11:00 PM; Tuesday, Wednesday 3:00-4:00 PM; Thursday 3:30-4:00 PM
Cecil Doyle and Judith Meriwether

Classical music and interviews with local non-profit, educational, and cultural organizations.

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KRVS Local
10:38 am
Wed May 16, 2012

Apres-Midi May 15: UL Geology students win AAPG Imperial Barrel Award; UL Hollywood Jazz concert

Interview with UL Geology graduate students Sarah Beth Maxwell, Chris Hatamian, Joey Grimball, and Daniel Dudley who are members of the UL team that recently won the International Imperial Barrel Award, competing against over 100 universities around the world. Here's the link to the UL press release:


KRVS Local
10:37 am
Wed May 16, 2012

Apres-Midi May 14: Children's Museum of Acadiana Summer Camps; Theatre 810 "A Woman's Journey"

Interview with Jo Ellen Breakfield and Leah Graefe from the Children's Museum of Acadian about the various summer camps offered for children.

Second interview with Kimberly Johnson-Nagle about her production of two one-act plays called "A Woman's Journey" at Theatre 810

KRVS Local
10:18 am
Fri May 11, 2012

Apres Midi May 10th: Artwalk & the Southern Open 2012; Conni Castille's documentary T-Galop

Interview with Bree Sargeant, curator Mary Beyt, and artist Lee Deigaard about the 2012 Southern Open at the Acadiana Center for the Arts and the Student Arts Expo.

Second interview with filmmaker Conni Castille about her new documentary T-Galop ans the 2nd annual Filmmakers Showcase


KRVS Local
10:16 am
Fri May 11, 2012

Apres Midi May 9th: TRAILS & Bike Lafayette; Gary Breit, UL Office of Innovation Management of

Interview with Scott Schilling & Nick Hernandez of TRAILS and Tony Bonomolo of Bike Lafayette about events in Lafayette for National Bike Month

Second interview with Gary Breit, Director of UL Lafayette's new Office of Innovation Management


KRVS Local
10:29 am
Wed May 9, 2012

Apres Midi May 8: John Greene "Theatre in Dublin, 1745-1820

Interview with UL Professor John Greene about his recently published eight-volume "Theater in Dublin, 1745-1820