Astronomical Dusk is a web radio show that will be airing monthly beginning this weekend. Each half-hour episode will be made up of music, field recordings, sketches, and mashups of public domain audio that more or less orbit a given theme.
Rather than airing at a set time each month, episodes will be broadcast at astronomical dusk–the final moment of astronomical twilight when all of the sun’s light has fully vacated the sky–and so shift throughout the year. More specifically, airtime will be astronomical dusk as it occurs in Portsmouth, Virginia, with episodes falling on each solstice and equinox and evenly distributed in-between. Check the schedule for a list of upcoming episodes. I’ll also be updating this thread as new episodes approach.
Episode 1 is titled Spiral Alignments and will air this Saturday, 2019-12-21T23:25:00Z EST. You can also tune in any time after an episode has been posted.
This is all very homebrew at the moment. I plan to make episodes available via podcast apps but it may be some time before that happens since I’m quite new to web hosting and the like. Most recent episodes will also be available via the Astronomical Dusk SoundCloud.