B-Side‘s Tamara Keith plays “Clue” with a couple of friends as we explore mysteries and clues. Originally aired in May 2007.
Piano Psychologist: John Tynan
You can pick up clues about people in many different ways. Just as Sherlock Holmes could read into a person’s background by the way they dressed, B-Side contributor John Tynan talked with a man who learns about people through an unlikely source.
Cell Phone Clues: Rob Sachs
You hear the Rant all the time…people on cell phones, they are so rude, obnoxious, and inconsiderate to the people around them. B-Sider Rob Sachs adds one adjective you might not have thought of public cell phone users…enigmatic.
Open Secret: an interview with Steve Lickteig
Steve Lickteig is a radio producer and occasional documentary filmmaker. He’s currently working on a film called Open Secret, about his own life. Steve was always told he was adopted but as he got older, he learned there was a lot more to the story than that.
The Thing: Rene Gutel
Sometimes clues are as subtle as, I dunno, an elephant, or a ton of bricks. If you’ve ever driven along Interstate 10 between El Paso and Tucson, you’ve probably seen signposts for a roadside attraction called “The Thing.” The billboards advertise a cheap and quirky tourist trap. For the road weary, the signs play hard on the imagination. What could The Thing be? Rene Gutel went to find out.