Linda López McAlister

Host

She started in radio as a film critic on The Women's Show at WMNF in Tampa, FL from 1990 until 1999 when she moved to Santa Fe.  In 2003, she relocated to Albuquerque and  became host of KUNM's Radio Theatre in 2004.  She is also a theatrical director/producer and has her own production company, Camino Real Productions that produces both live theatre and radio theatre.  They take their live theatre productions "down the Camino Real" to San Miguel de Allende, MX every year.

Ways To Connect

Sun. 07/01 6p: “Night Over Taos: A Theatrical and Historical Journey from the Taos Revolt to Statehood”depicts the revolt and its aftermath in a dramatic and engrossing manner in a rebroadcast of our Centennial special.  We bring you hour one of Maxwell Anderson’s play Night Over Taos – a historical drama about the events surrounding one of the first battles in the Taos Revolt.

 

Sun 4/15 6p: Aura from ZBS’s Cabinet of Dr. Fritz series. When Felipe Montero answers an ad, he meets an old woman, perhaps over a hundred years old, and her young niece Aura. But does the beautiful Aura actually exist? This is a strange, dreamy, haunting story. Recipient of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting award for Best Radio Drama 1984. Adult themes.

Sun. 4/1 6p: It’s the Passover season and we have a story for you as ancient as myth. But it's also as modern as every family that struggles to hold its center in a world of strife and conflicting loyalties. The Witches of Lublin , by Ellen Kushner, Elizabeth Schwartz and Yale Strom offers a glimpse into the lives of lost Jewish women of Eastern Europe. It features haunting vocals and original, high-energy klezmer music.  

Sun. 3/25 6p:  Margaret Sanger written and performed by Ann Beyke, closes our month of Women’s History programming. It seems almost unbelievable that contraception has again become a hot political topic in the year 2012. 

Sun. 02/05 6p:  In his Obie Award-winning show, Roger Guenveur Smith explores the life of the controversial Black Panther leader through a series of improvisations based on Newton's own words and writings.  

Sun. 01/08 6p: “Night Over Taos: A Theatrical and Historical Journey from the Taos Revolt to Statehood”depicts the Taos Revolt and its aftermath in a dramatic and engrossing manner in a special two and a half hour broadcast during Centennial Week.  First there will be a performance of Maxwell Anderson’s play Night Over Taos – a historical drama about the events surrounding one of the first battles in the Taos Revolt.

Sunday 12/18 6p: "Snow Globe" is a Christmas fable for grownups. An estranged daughter returns home on Christmas Eve after discovering what she believes to be a message from beyond. From Chatterbox Audio Theatre.

Sunday 10/30 at 6:00p: Halloween Show 2010 from Chatterbox Audio Theatre Chatterbox's third annual Halloween performance. This terrifying production features five original tales of horror, all performed and broadcast live on 91.1 WKNO FM in Memphis.