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  1. The “Hidden Worlds” of The Kitchen Sisters | Inflection Point | KALW

    Pioneers of radio storytelling, The Kitchen Sisters.

    Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva discuss the birth of women’s radio, what it takes to work together for over 30 years, and what makes for a great story.

    http://kalw.org/post/hidden-worlds-kitchen-sisters-inflection-point#stream/0

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  2. Using Music: The Kitchen Sisters | Transom

    Huffduffed from http://transom.org/2014/using-music-the-kitchen-sisters/

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  3. What’s Cooking: A Portrait of the Kitchen Sisters - Part One

    West coast-based radio production duo, the Kitchen Sisters (Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva) have developed one of the most distinctive signatures in broadcasting. They’re one-off features and ambitious series projects - such as the Twin Towers Sonic Memorial Project, Lost and Found Sound and Hidden Kitchens - have become part of the regular diet on NPR’s All Things Considered and in countless syndicated forms.

    Part one of this two-part series brings urbane Davia and motherly Nikki out from behind their microphones for a self-penned radio portrait that offers a rare glimpse into the world of the Kitchen Sisters.

    http://www.fallingtree.co.uk/listen/whats_cooking_a_portrait_of_the_kitchen_sisters___part_one

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  4. Singalong with the Kitchen Sisters

    The Kitchen Sisters (Davia Nelson & Nikki Silva) are producers of  the duPont-Columbia Award-winning and  James Beard Award-nominated NPR series Hidden Kitchens, and the two Peabody Award-winning NPR series, Lost & Found Sound and The Sonic Memorial Project. Hidden Kitchens, heard on Morning Edition, explores the world of secret, unexpected, below-the-radar cooking across America - how communities come together through food.  The series inspired their first book, Hidden Kitchens: Stories, Recipes, and More from NPR’s The Kitchen Sisters, a New York Times Notable Book of the Year for 2005, and nominated for a James Beard Award for Best Writing on Food.

    http://thirdcoastfestival.org/library/396-these-are-a-few-of-the-kitchen-sisters-favorite-things

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  5. What’s Cooking: A Portrait of the Kitchen Sisters - Part Two | Listen | Falling Tree Productions

    Broadcast on 26th February 2009, BBC World Service

    Part Two: Town Mouse, Country Mouse

    West coast-based radio production duo, the Kitchen Sisters (Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva) have developed one of the most distinctive signatures in broadcasting. They’re one-off features and ambitious series projects - such as the Twin Towers Sonic Memorial Project, Lost and Found Sound and Hidden Kitchens - have become part of the regular diet on NPR’s All Things Considered and in countless syndicated forms.

    The second part of this two-part series brings urbane Davia and motherly Nikki out from behind their microphones for a self-penned radio portrait that offers a rare glimpse into the world of the Kitchen Sisters.

    http://www.fallingtree.co.uk/listen/whats_cooking_a_portrait_of_the_kitchen_sisters___part_two

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  6. Patti Smith on The Kitchen Sisters “The Hidden World of Girls”

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  7. 99% Invisible: 167- Voices in the Wire

    This week on 99% Invisible, we have two stories about the early days of broadcasting and home sound recording, produced by Radio Diaries and the Kitchen Sisters.

    The sounds that came out Frank Conrad’s Garage in 1919 and 1920 are gone. There were no recordings made, and …

    http://podcatch.com/pages/680.html

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  8. Jorge Amado: The Ballad of Bahia | The Kitchen Sisters

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    Jorge Amado, the beloved Brazilian author of Gabriela, Clove and Cinnamon, Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands, Tent of Miracles – wrote over 30 books in his lifetime. His works have been translated into 49 languages and adapted for film, television, and theater.

    In 1984, The Kitchen Sisters interviewed Jorge Amado, his wife

    Zelia Gattai, Brazilian composer and singer Dorival Caymmi, and singer and activist Harry Belafonte as part of the NPR series “Faces Mirrors Masks – 20th Century Latin American Fiction.” The Ballad of Bahia explores the life and writings of the author through interviews, music and readings and dramatizations of his work.

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    http://www.kitchensisters.org/present/jorge-amado-the-ballad-of-bahia/

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  9. Inmate With Stock Tips Wants To Be San Quentin’s Warren Buffett : NPR (via The Kitchen Sisters)

    Curtis Carroll taught himself to read in prison. He also discovered a passion for finance. Now inmates and guards seek out his advice, and everyone calls him Wall Street.

    http://www.npr.org/2015/08/14/431958714/inmate-with-stock-tips-wants-to-be-san-quentins-warren-buffet

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  10. How Atomic Particles Helped Solve A Wine Fraud Mystery: The Kitchen Sisters

    By testing for radiation, detectives showed that wine bottles purportedly from Thomas Jefferson’s collection were fake. And with wine fraud rising, authentication is getting even more sophisticated.

    http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2014/06/03/318241738/how-atomic-particles-became-the-smoking-gun-in-wine-fraud-mystery

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