15 min

2: Finest and Most Rotten (w/ Here Be Monsters‪)‬ Going Forward

    • Society & Culture

On March 21, 1919, a reporter went to a street corner in lower Manhattan and asked passersby, "Do you think this is a good world?" 100 years later, Ula goes to the same street corner and asks the same question.
This episode was produced by Ula Kulpa and Julia Drachman in collaboration with the KCRW podcast Here Be Monsters.
Editing, sound design, and score by Jeff Emtman.
Here Be Monsters is produced by Jeff Emtman and Bethany Denton. 

Music: The Black Spot
Smiles by Lambert Murphy (1918)
You Hear the Lambs a-Cryin' by Fisk University Jubilee Singers (1920)
Our theme song is by Phoenix Glendinning. 
Special thanks to Janus and Renata Kulpa and Jonathan and Paula Drachman.
Find us online at goingforwardpod.com.
Support the show on Patreon at patreon.com/goingforward.

On March 21, 1919, a reporter went to a street corner in lower Manhattan and asked passersby, "Do you think this is a good world?" 100 years later, Ula goes to the same street corner and asks the same question.
This episode was produced by Ula Kulpa and Julia Drachman in collaboration with the KCRW podcast Here Be Monsters.
Editing, sound design, and score by Jeff Emtman.
Here Be Monsters is produced by Jeff Emtman and Bethany Denton. 

Music: The Black Spot
Smiles by Lambert Murphy (1918)
You Hear the Lambs a-Cryin' by Fisk University Jubilee Singers (1920)
Our theme song is by Phoenix Glendinning. 
Special thanks to Janus and Renata Kulpa and Jonathan and Paula Drachman.
Find us online at goingforwardpod.com.
Support the show on Patreon at patreon.com/goingforward.

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