A number of new shows are launching this weekend at radiofree joshua tree. I'm really psyched to be part of this project and encourage you to check out some of the offerings below---including Myth in the Mojave of course!
This week on Myth in the Mojave, I'll be telling a couple of stories about Old Man Coyote and talking about the Trickster. This is the first in a series of programs dedicated to this archetypal figure. Trickster is one of my favorite mythological characters because he embodies paradox, and reminds us that everything that is alive (and lively) has to change. Given their ability to shapeshift, and lie while telling the truth, Tricksters may also be the closest image or personification we have of "myth" itself.
Please give a listen and let me know what you think. Archived shows will be available at radiofree joshua tree and here on Cultural Mythology.
Radiofree Joshua Tree Show Schedule
Sunday Evening Variety Show Sundays 5-7 pm, repeat 8-10 pm, repeat Mondays 12 noon-2pm
HD Underground Mondays 10-11 pm, repeat Saturdays 11pm-Midnight
Trust Everyone Under Thirty Fridays 4-5 pm, repeat Mondays 5-6pm
Tiki Time Fridays 5-6 pm, repeat Sundays 3-4pm
Mojave Kitchen Dance Diaries Fridays 10-11 pm, repeat Sat Midnight-Sun 1AM, Wed 4PM
Kitten Time Fridays 11pm-12 m, repeat Saturdays 10-11pm
In the Pit Fridays Midnight - Saturdays 1am, repeat Sundays 11pm -Midnight
other Desert Stories Saturdays 4-5pm, repeat Sundays 7-8pm
Roadside Rex Saturdays 5-6pm, repeat Sundays 4-5pm
New Wave Dave Saturdays 6-7pm, repeat Wednesdays 5-6pm
Down The Memory Hole Fridays 8-9pm, repeat Saturdays 12 noon-1pm, Tuesday 5-6pm
Indie Lion Fridays 9-10pm
Myth In The Mojave Saturdays 3-3:30pm
Sound Medicine Sundays 2-2:30pm
Sonido Cubano Sundays 2:30-3pm
Tune in to radiofree joshua tree here: radiofreejt.com
(Image is "Coyote the Trickster" by Lydia "Prairieghost" Jacobs)