Full episode 746: This Is Just Some Songs Track Four What’s the Frequency, Kenneth? Share a clip Transcript BySean Cole A lot of music discovery happens when we are kids. Ken Eglin discovered a lot of music when he was way older, and became low-key famous for what he had to say about it. (19 minutes) More in MusicView all 746: This Is Just Some Songs Sept. 3, 2021 Track Three: The End of the Road Producer Chana Joffe-Walt really loves the slideshows that schools display at end-of-the-year parent assemblies. 737: The Daily May 14, 2021 Act One: How Do You Get To Carnegie Hall? Producer Ben Calhoun investigates a daily mystery—a daily musical mystery. (15 minutes) 721: The Walls Close In Oct. 23, 2020 Act Two: Music of the Night after Night after Night The musicians in the orchestra for Phantom of the Opera tell reporter Jay Caspian Kang about what it’s like to play the exact same music every single night—for decades—and how they’ve learned to make their peace with it. (22 minutes) More by Sean ColeView all 766: Well Someone Had to Do SOMETHING! Apr. 1, 2022 Act Two: Zoo Unto Others Sean Cole speaks to Washington Post reporter Siobhan O’Grady about her visit to the zoo in Kyiv. 754: Spark Bird Nov. 26, 2021 Act Three: We Need to Talk About Birdly There are the birds who exist, and then there are the birds who may as well exist. 751: Audience of One Oct. 22, 2021 Act Two: Putting the Ease in Disease To cope with this pandemic, producer Sean Cole finds himself turning to a movie about a pandemic.