Starting a TV Career from An Interview with Dr. Rosanne Welch, Author of “Why The Monkees Matter” on the Zilch Podcast [Audio]

A clip of an interview with Dr. Rosanne Welch, author of “Why The Monkees Matter” from Zilch: A Monkee’s Podcast: Episode 48.

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Introduction from An Interview with Dr. Rosanne Welch, Author of “Why The Monkees Matter” on the Zilch Podcast [Audio]

A clip of an interview with Dr. Rosanne Welch, author of “Why The Monkees Matter” from Zilch: A Monkee’s Podcast: Episode 48.

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 Why The Monkees Matter: Teenagers, Television and American Pop Culture

  

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Writer, Ken LaZebnik, talks “Hollywood Digs” on This American Wife Podcast [Audio]

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Here’s a fun new podcast I’ve discovered called This American Wife (all pun intended toward This American Life).

I found it because this episode contains an interview with my friend and colleague (at both Touched by an Angel and now in the Stephens College MFA in Screenwriting program) Ken Lazebnik.  

Ken talks about the MFA program he conceived and built from scratch as well as his deeply delightful book of essays:  Hollywood Digs: An Archaelogy of Shadows — about the oddities of living and working in modern Hollywood.  His interview starts at 19:42.

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This American Wife is a “public radio” podcast from producer Eric Martin.Every other week, the show presents a compelling mix of stories and interviews with fascinating and frequently famous folks, in a frankly familiar format. Also, our sister program All Things Ill-Considered presents hard-hitting and award-deserving journalism. Stay with us.

Dr. Rosanne Welch talks “The Monkees” on the Zilch Podcast [Audio]

I’m so pleased to post this link to an interview Sarah Clark did with me for a podcast she co-hosts called Zilch: A Monkee’s Podcast.

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Naturally, we talk about my upcoming book Why The Monkees Matter and my scholarly take on the show.

Clck here to read more about Why The Monkees Matter  by Dr. Rosanne Welch

Sarah asked all the best questions which allowed me to discuss all the things I love studying about the show – its take on feminism, its handling of ethnic characters, what I like to call its cultural collateral – and of course why it deserves a place in critical studies in television courses because of its innovation – you do know it won an Emmy for Best Comedy in its debut year, don’t you? That ranks it right up there with classic quality comedies.

The whole show is fun to listen to as they discuss Micky’s solo show and some news about future concerts, (but if you want to start with my interview first that starts at 29:15 and ends at 1:23:00)

Listen to the podcast

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You might want to download the file (or subscribe to the podcast) rather than listening online as sometimes I’ve found their server gets overloaded and the audio falls out. I download the mp3 and then play it from my iTunes program.

More on The Monkees from Dr. Rosanne Welch:

Hey, Hey, They Wrote The Monkees – Written By Magazine

Mindful(l) Media 13: It’s a sad, sad, sad, sad, telelvision world and I Love Stephen Colbert…but…

Mindful(l) Media is a new show and podcast from Dr. Rosanne Welch helping the audience to be more Mindfull about the Media we both create and consume as it relates to the portrayal of Gender, Diversity, and Equality.

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Mindful(l) Media 13:  It's a sad, sad,sad, sad, telelvision world and I Love Stephen Colbert...but...

On today’s show:

  • Why are TV shows so sad these days?
  • I LOVE Stephen Colbert, but…
  • More of my interview with Valerie Woods, author of “Katrin’s Chronicles: The Canon of Jacqueléne Dyanne”
  • See the complete show notes at 3rd Pass Media

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Today’s show is brought to you by Audible.com. While I watched hours and hours of television in my childhood, I also read tons of books – and as a professor I have found that you can easily tell the readers from the non-readers by their spelling and their level of vocabulary so I always tell students to find time to read. It’s also deeply peaceful to get lost in a story. If you love audio books you can support us here at 3rdPass Media by starting your free 30-day trial with Audible today. Choose from over 100, 000 books.

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Mindful(l) Media 12: How Marriages in Television Sitcoms have Evolved… or Have They? and A Lesson in Why Writing your own Story is So Important…

Mindful(l) Media is a new show and podcast from Dr. Rosanne Welch helping the audience to be more Mindfull about the Media we both create and consume as it relates to the portrayal of Gender, Diversity, and Equality.

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Mindful(l) Media 12: How Marriages in Television Sitcoms have Evolved… or Have They? and  A Lesson in Why Writing your own Story is So Important…

On today’s show:

  • How Marriages in Television Sitcoms have Evolved… or Have They? 
  • A Lesson in Why Writing your own Story is So Important…
  • Part One of my interview with Valerie Woods, author of “Katrin’s Chronicles: The Canon of Jacqueléne Dyanne”
  • See the complete show notes at 3rd Pass Media

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Today’s show is brought to you by Audible.com. While I watched hours and hours of television in my childhood, I also read tons of books – and as a professor I have found that you can easily tell the readers from the non-readers by their spelling and their level of vocabulary so I always tell students to find time to read. It’s also deeply peaceful to get lost in a story. If you love audio books you can support us here at 3rdPass Media by starting your free 30-day trial with Audible today. Choose from over 100, 000 books.

Including one of my favorites, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes: The Illuminating Diary of a Professional Lady. Visit AudibleTrial.com/3rdpass or use the link in the show notes today.


Mindful(l)l Media is part of the 3rd Pass Media network. For more information, visit 3rdPass.media

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Mindful(l) Media 11: A woman in the writer’s room, male characters defined by the women in their life and Valerie Woods Interview Part 2 [Audio Podcast]

Mindful(l) Media is a new show and podcast from Dr. Rosanne Welch helping the audience to be more Mindfull about the Media we both create and consume as it relates to the portrayal of Gender, Diversity, and Equality.

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Mindful(l) Media 11: A woman in the writer's room, male characters defined by the women in their life and Valerie Woods Interview Part 2

On today’s show:

  • Does Having a Woman in the Room Make a Difference?
  • Which Male characters are defined by the women in their lives?
  • Part One of my interview with Valerie Woods, author of “Katrin’s Chronicles: The Canon of Jacqueléne Dyanne”
  • See the complete show notes at 3rd Pass Media

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Listen to A woman in the writer’s room, male characters defined by the women in their life and Valerie Woods Interview Part 2

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Today’s show is brought to you by Audible.com. While I watched hours and hours of television in my childhood, I also read tons of books – and as a professor I have found that you can easily tell the readers from the non-readers by their spelling and their level of vocabulary so I always tell students to find time to read. It’s also deeply peaceful to get lost in a story. If you love audio books you can support us here at 3rdPass Media by starting your free 30-day trial with Audible today. Choose from over 100, 000 books.

Including one of my favorites, Six Wives: The Queens of Henry VIII”  By David Starkey. Visit AudibleTrial.com/3rdpass or use the link in the show notes today.


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If you have any questions or comments please send them to mindfull@3rdpass.media or via Twitter @mindfullmedia

 

 

Mindful(l) Media 10: Netflix Normalizes TV, The Heroine’s Journey and More! [Audio Podcast]

Mindful(l) Media is a new show and podcast from Dr. Rosanne Welch helping the audience to be more Mindfull about the Media we both create and consume as it relates to the portrayal of Gender, Diversity, and Equality.

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Mindful(l) Media 10: Netflix Normalizes TV, The Heroine's Journey and More!

On today’s show:

  • How International Television via Netflix finally Normalizes TV
  • Is There a Heroine’s Journey???
  • Part One of my interview with Valerie Woods, author of “Katrin’s Chronicles: The Canon of Jacqueléne Dyanne”
  • See the complete show notes at 3rd Pass Media

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Today’s show is brought to you by Audible.com. While I watched hours and hours of television in my childhood, I also read tons of books – and as a professor I have found that you can easily tell the readers from the non-readers by their spelling and their level of vocabulary so I always tell students to find time to read. It’s also deeply peaceful to get lost in a story. If you love audio books you can support us here at 3rdPass Media by starting your free 30-day trial with Audible today. Choose from over 100, 000 books.

Including one of my favorites, Eat. Pray. Love. Visit AudibleTrial.com/3rdpass or use the link in the show notes today.


Mindful(l)l Media is part of the 3rd Pass Media network. For more information, visit 3rdPass.media

If you have any questions or comments please send them to mindfull@3rdpass.media or via Twitter @mindfullmedia

Mindful(l) Media 9: Bashing the Auteur Theory & Oddities of The Emmy Voting Process + Part 4 with Kymera Press founder D. Lynn Smith

Mindful(l) Media is a new show and podcast from Dr. Rosanne Welch helping the audience to be more Mindfull about the Media we both create and consume as it relates to the portrayal of Gender, Diversity, and Equality.

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Mindful(l) Media 9: Bashing The Auteur Theory, the Quirks of Emmy Voting and the concluding of an interview with D. Lynn Smith, founder of Kymera Press

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Today’s show is brought to you by Audible.com. While I watched hours and hours of television in my childhood, I also read tons of books – and as a professor I have found that you can easily tell the readers from the non-readers by their spelling and their level of vocabulary so I always tell students to find time to read. It’s also deeply peaceful to get lost in a story. If you love audio books you can support us here at 3rdPass Media by starting your free 30-day trial with Audible today. Choose from over 100, 000 books.

Including one of my favorites, Modern Romance: An Investigation by Aziz Ansari and Eric Klinenberg. Visit AudibleTrial.com/3rdpass or use the link in the show notes today.


Mindful(l)l Media is part of the 3rd Pass Media network. For more information, visit 3rdPass.media

If you have any questions or comments please send them to mindfull@3rdpass.media or via Twitter @mindfullmedia

Mindful(l) Media 8: Historical Feminists in Modern Television & Wasted Hollywood Talent + Part 3 with Kymera Press founder D. Lynn Smith

Mindful(l) Media is a new show and podcast from Dr. Rosanne Welch helping the audience to be more Mindfull about the Media we both create and consume as it relates to the portrayal of Gender, Diversity, and Equality.

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Mindful(l) Media 8: Historical Feminists in Modern Television & Wasted Hollywood Talent + Part 3 with Kymera Press founder D. Lynn Smith

On today’s show:

  • Historical Feminists in Modern Television
  • Wasted Hollywood Talent
  • Interview with D. Lynn Smith Founder of Kymera Press – publishing Comics written and drawn by women for readers of all genders
  • See the complete show notes at 3rd Pass Media

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Today’s show is brought to you by Audible.com. While I watched hours and hours of television in my childhood, I also read tons of books – and as a professor I have found that you can easily tell the readers from the non-readers by their spelling and their level of vocabulary so I always tell students to find time to read. It’s also deeply peaceful to get lost in a story. If you love audio books you can support us here at 3rdPass Media by starting your free 30-day trial with Audible today. Choose from over 100, 000 books.

Including one of my favorites, A Raisin in the Sun by  Lorraine Hansberry. Visit AudibleTrial.com/3rdpass or use the link in the show notes today.


Mindful(l)l Media is part of the 3rd Pass Media network. For more information, visit 3rdPass.media

If you have any questions or comments please send them to mindfull@3rdpass.media or via Twitter @mindfullmedia