All Mixed Up
|Thursday 2||2:00 pm||3:59 pm|
Tagged as: All, Freeform/Eclectic, Music
Hosted by Peter Bochan
All Mixed Up is an eclectic mix of arts and information, featuring mood-driven music mixes and interviews with figures from the worlds of literature, film, television, theater, and the visual arts. The program has hosted live performances from a diverse cast of acts, including P J Harvey, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Daniel Johnston, and Olu Dara.
Named one of the Top Ten Music Radio Programs byThe New York Times, Time Out New York, Village Voice, and The Daily News, and known for incorporating current events, politics, and culture into custom-blended montages, Bochan’s show is a long-standing radio destination at WBAI.
Peter Bochan: Creator of the Shortcuts radio series, frequent winner of local and national radio awards, and voted “Best (and most eclectic) Radio DJ of 2000” by the Village Voice, Bochan has produced work for film, radio, television, and the recording industry, including Rage Against the Machine, Richard Belzer, Pearl Jam, Yo Yo Ma, Bruce Springsteen, and many others.
He has mixed his way through Watergate, the Vietnam War, Three Mile Island, Contragate, 9/11, and Pacifica@50.