Originally published on Thu January 31, 2013 11:04 am
I have never considered Liz Lemon a feminist icon of any kind, nor have I ever considered 30 Rock especially strong when it comes to gender politics.
I don't care forthe obsessive joke-making about how Liz is ugly/mannish/old/awkward, and I haven't always been comfortable with the way some of the "she's baby-crazy!" or "she's relationship-crazy!" comedy has played. I was ambivalent about the way the Jezebel parody and the "women aren't funny" storylines were executed.
Join us Tuesday, January 29th at 8pm C.T. for this two-hour special. John Lunn, the creator of the music for the popular Downton Abbeytelevision series, talks about his life and work, composing for the show, and introduces some of his favorite music from the period.
Downton Abbey is currently airing on PBS. Our sister-station, WKYU-PBS, will begin Season Three this Friday at 8pm C.T., (with repeats on Saturday at 10pm. and Sunday at 4pm.).
Owensboro filmmaker P.J. Starks is set to launch a new film series called "Unscripted Xperience", which allows audiences to meet and offer live commentary with filmmakers and actors. Starks donates to charity most of the money raised from the events, and he hopes the "Xperience" will help raise the profile of independent filmmakers in the Daviess County region.
WKYU-PBS is planning to tape the Feb. 1 film series session and produce a piece for the program Main Street that will likely air in early March.
The Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer has this profile piece of Starks and his upcoming film series.
Phillip Phillips, the winner of American Idol’s 11th season, will perform April 8 at Western Kentucky University.
The concert by the singer-songwriter from Leesburg, Ga., will begin at 7 p.m. at Van Meter Hall. Tickets go on sale at 8 a.m. Feb. 4 at the WKU Ticket Office at Diddle Arena and online at ticketmaster.com. .
Phillips’ first single “Home” has sold more than 3 million copies. His first album, “The World from The Side of the Moon,” was released in November.