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Join us next Friday, March 6th, at 12 noon for a special performance by Wayne Harper, local singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, who returns to the Sounds Good studio with his Kentucky Sage band.

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Murray State's Cinema International program finishes its French film series this week with an animated film, The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales. MSU Cinema International director, Dr. Thérèse St. Paul, visits Sounds Good to discuss this children's tale for all ages and briefly preview next week's film.

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Murray State's Cinema International presents a classic film noir that's been called the most controversial film in French history. Director of MSU's Cinema International, Dr. Thérèse St. Paul, visits Sounds Good to discuss The Raven (from the French Le Corbeau) and its historical and cinematic legacies.

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In the next Valentine's-themed installment of Sounds Good's sport psychology series, Murray State professor of psychology, Dan Wann, is joined in the WKMS studio by wife, Michelle Wann. The Wanns discuss the mid-season origin of their relationship and what it's like being in such a sport-centered partnership.

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Murray State Cinema International presents 2017 French film, Memoir of War, as part of its women-focused French film series. Dr. Thérèse St. Paul, director of MSU Cinema International, visits Sounds Good to discuss the psychological war film.

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Murray, KY-based Secular Pets brings tenderhearted rock n' roll to the next Live Lunch on Valentine's Day, February 14th. 

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Murray State's Cinema International program continues its French theme with Ismael's Ghosts, a 2017 film directed by Arnaud Desplechin. Director of the Cinema International program, Dr. Thérèse St. Paul, visits Sounds Good to discuss the upcoming screening.

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Ranky Tanky is a modern blend of traditional Gullah music and the jazz, blues, and rock n' roll that was born from the African diaspora. Clay Ross, guitarist and founder of the Grammy award-winning group, speaks with Tracy Ross about Ranky Tanky's upcoming performance at the Clemens Fine Arts Center in Paducah, Kentucky.

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Language is a fundamental tool many individuals learn at a very young age. Language is used for communicating needs, expressing desires, and establishing societies and interpersonal connection. Michael Bordieri, Murray State professor of psychology, visits Sounds Good to discuss the language development process in both neurotypical children and children on the autism spectrum disorder.

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Murray, Kentucky based singer-songwriter, Melanie A. Davis, returns to the Sounds Good studio with a full band to debut her new album, Allegoria, in the first Live Lunch installment of 2020. 

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