[June 3, 2020 - WAWD?Radio's summer programming is on its way. Many of our DJs are still on the air, but during the transition not all shows will be broadcast according the the schedule listed below.]


11am - Some Kind of Music Show with Isadora Dannin
2pm - The Daily Rind with Charlotte Matthai / cheese talk, cheese puns, cheese eating, cheese reading, cheese guests.
6pm - Club Quarantine with Nourey (Norhan Bayomi) / 1 hour of deep melodic house and progressive trance.
7pm - Sounds From Somewhere with Christopher Weaver / A selection of sounds and songs.
8pm - Life Psets with Alexa Jan / Bumbling through life problems and reveling in our shared humanity, intentionally unrelated to the current state of the world. unqualified. unsolicited. advice. let's go..
11pm - Midnight Snack: an ASMR Broadcast with Kailin Jones


10am - Radio Architecture Workshop / Live broadcasts of lectures and work sessions from an MIT summer course about making radio.
6pm - News from Nowhere with Jeff Landman / Building an impossible world with our ears.
9pm - Be My Quarantine? with Jacqueline Chen & Catherine Yang / Jacqueline and Catherine are two undergrads in architecture. Come join their various conversations that sometimes get lost in translation between (both language wise and logic wise). Featuring their studio friends, like Caleb.


9pm - The Open Practice Room with Demi Fang / A peek into some of the behind-the-scenes rigor in the practice room, the classical violinist's equivalent of "design iterations" in the architectural studio.
10pm - Welcome to the Gayborhood with dr. e and queer ai (Sam Seaman & Ai Bui) / Here you can find all things gay: a little queer, and definitely happy. Featuring music, conversations, and anonymous confessions from those in the SA+P community.
11pm - Friends, MIT, and Internet with Jackie Lin / Weekly discussions with friends from across the Institute to discuss WAWD?, [exiting] undergrad MIT education, and being on the internet.


8am - Morning Accounts with DJ BOIL (Ben Hoyle) / A show dedicated to recording minutiae of our unusual circumstances, so that we might remember what it feels like for the world to fall off its course.
3pm - Dangerous History with Dariel Cobb / Chats with HTC PhDs and others about architecture history and its ramifications for today.
4pm - Stories from the Ground Up with Cherie Abbanat / Stories from Cherie’s Work on the ground in Haiti (mostly), including building a maker library.
5pm - Power Hour Playlist with DJ Paul (Paul Gruber) / Join Paul for an hour of themed tunes to celebrate the halfway mark of the week!
6pm - The Paulcast: The Pop Culture Podcast with Paul Gruber / Join Paul as he talks about all things pop culture through fun lists, songs and lots of puns!
7pm - A Radio Show About Nothing with Jola Idowu
11pm - Selected ambient works 95-20 (ambient 2: music for being alone) with dj outside j (Julian Geltman) / Focus on long-form, ambient approaches to post-wtvr (ie post metal, post punk, post rock, blackgaze, funeral-y doom) and sometimes discussion on things to consider.


8am - Disparitions with Eytan Levi / Interview-based investigations in what is going away and perhaps never coming back in our architectural educations.
10am - Radio Architecture Workshop / Live broadcasts of lectures and work sessions from an MIT summer course about making radio.
5pm - Museum Missives with Nushelle de Silva / Readings of comic letters from archival research as the basis for a discussion of different issues in museum practice.
7pm - Kelly and Eli Smiling Through the Apocalypse with Eli Keller & Kelly Main
8pm - Collecting the Unconscious with Emily Wissemann / Previously top-secret dream diaries go public with intermittent stream of consciousness music selections.
9pm - Kollective Karaoke with DJBYOB (Lee Moreau) / A 12-week lesson to help us sing together, separately: start with easy crowd pleasing sing alongs and anthems like Gloria Gaynor's classic "I Will Survive", ultimately building to absurd challenges like Adele's "Hello".


9am - Breakfast with Trees with Sheilak (Sheila Kennedy) / Readings, musings and occasional raw research-in-progress, discussions of artists’ works and global voices on the resiliency of trees and the ways in which plants - terrestrial and aquatic - invite us to reimagine the world.
5pm - Conversations on Care with the Critical Broadcasting Lab (Ana Miljacki)
7pm - Songs for Tomorrow with DJ Hazel Haze (Dariel Cobb) / A mix of indie and pop, focused on women and women-identified artists; alternating with theme episodes.
8pm - Cola Coca with DJ Dave (David White) / Some combo of Ethiopian Jazz and Zouk Love.
9pm - Journey Through Spotiland with DJ SPEY (Hugh Ebdy) / Kinda like Wikiracing, but in reverse, and it's Spotify.
10pm - NOO TROPICS: Free Jazz Friday with DJ NOOWAVE (Gerard Patawaran) / Free jazz and experimental noises.


3pm - Sounds & Thoughts for Your 6' Walk with PuffPastryHoarder (Gabby Heffernan)
11pm - Music for Staying in with D + J (Dalma Foldesi and Jung Seo)

MUSEUM MISSIVES Shownotes for Ep 1: Packing

Richard Littler's satirical poster for the 2022 Festival of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, nodding to the 1951 original (Source: Dezeen)

Below are sources for everything I referred to in the show. If you missed this week's episode, you can listen to it here.

Rene Huyghe, “Coordination of International Art Exhibitions,” July 1950
““I am always a bit baffled…” Grace McCann Morley to Mrs. John G. Philips, 10 September 1953. Box 103: 11, Museum Administration: General Correspondence, 1953, SFMOMA Archives.
“When the time comes…” Grace McCann Morley to Elodie Courter, 8 November 1945. Box 69:1, Outgoing Correspondence, 1945 Oct-Nov, SFMOMA Archives.
 “These have been very difficult times…” Grace McCann Morley to Richard E. Fuller, 31 October 1945. Box 69:1, Outgoing Correspondence, 1945 Oct-Nov, SFMOMA Archives.
UNESCO Exhibitions of Color Reproductions: Rachel E. Perry, “Immutable Mobiles: UNESCO's Archives of Colour Reproductions,” The Art Bulletin, Vol. 99, No. 2, 2017.
“I think I’d let somebody else pack the pictures.” Russell Lynes, Good Old Modern: An Intimate Portrait of the Museum of Modern Art, p. 261.
History of MoMA’s Department of Circulating Exhibitions:
Elodie Courter Osborn’s Manual of Travelling Exhibitions for UNESCO:
Her comment on “This way up” is on ???, and there are similar comments in Dorothy H Dudley, Museum Registration Methods (1958), p.200
“C for coperchio…” Barbara Furlotti, Antiquities in Motion: From Excavation Sites to Renaissance Collections
MoMA’s first architecture exhibition: 
“Alaska meant Algeria…” Louis C. Barail, Packaging Engineering (New York: Reinhold, 1954), 295
On French-American artistic exchange: Katherine L. Wells, “Revival,” in Weaving Modernism: Postwar Tapestry between Paris and New York (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2018)
On the showing of the tapestries at the Met: James Moske, “An American Voyage for French Tapestries,”
On a more recent tapestry exhibition: Sarah Mallory, “Behind the Scenes: Hanging the Tapestries in Grand Design,
“I should like to know who the hell did” Dudley Easby to William Taylor, 7 December 195?, Metropolitan Museum of Art archives
“Traditional collapsible display cases…” Re-reading the Manual of Travelling Exhibitions, 147.
“The Museum has a team of skilled packers…”Peter Floud, draft script of a radio interview (n.d. 1948), Re-reading the Manual of Travelling Exhibitions, 149. Original in MA/15/14, V&A Archives.
“Useful Household Objects under $5” (1938)
“Useful Objects of American Design under $10” (1940)
The Value of Good Design (2019)
On the V&A’s Circulation Department, Joanna Weddell, “The Ethos of the Victoria and Albert Museum Circulation Department 1947-1960” in Design Objects and the Museum, Bloomsbury Academic, 2016
“Prime Minister Atlee’s goals for state-control and reconstruction.” Re-reading the Manual of Travelling Exhibitions, 145
“The history of lithography, to English watercolors, to decorative woven textiles, to English chairs.” Joanna Weddell, “The Ethos of the Victoria and Albert Museum Circulation Department 1947-1960” in Design Objects and the Museum, Bloomsbury Academic, 2016, p.16
2022 Festival of Great Britain and Northern Ireland:
Using wads of paper for packing works of art: Hugh Wakefield, “Methods of Packing in the Victoria and Albert Museum,”International Institute for Conservation, in Recent Advances in Conservation, Rome 1961, 16-18.
Images of these pictures can also be found in the illustration section at the back of UNESCO’s revised handbook, Temporary and Travelling Exhibitions (1963)
Wikipedia on wood wool:
“the first permanent interpretive space for adults…”