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Bayoulands: Episode 4

Original air date: April 28, 2016 with a repeat broadcast on May 1st, 2016

Episode 4 of Bayoulands includes stories about legacy of Frances and Henry Jacob Lutcher in Orange featuring tours of the First Presbyterian Church, the W.H. Stark House, and the Brown Estate. The episode wraps up with a visit to Orange Christian Services to discuss the impact of Sabine River flooding on Orange and the surrounding areas.

Bayoulands is made possible by a grant from the H.H. and Edna Houseman Charitable Trust benefiting the Orange Count area, its citizens and charitable organizations. The series is produced in the studios of 91.3 KVLU in Beaumont, TX by Production Director Jason Miller and assistant producer Jonathan Tippett. The Executive Producer is Development Director Shannon Harris.

Episode 3 Music Credits:
1. Clifton Chenier – “In the Mood”
2. Uncle Bunt Stephens – “Sail Away Ladies” (fiddle solo), Anthology of American Folk Music
3. Arthur Pryor with Sousa Band – “The Patriot” (1901)
4. The Imperial Orchestra – “The Deed of the Pen”
5. Jelly Roll Morton – “Stratford Hunch”
6. Jelly Roll Morton – “Perfect Rag”
7. London Philharmonic Orchestra – “Invitation to the Dance” (1933)
8. George Gershwin – “That Certain Feeling” (piano roll)
9. Bill Evans & Jim Hall “All Across the City”
10. Melodium – “Halo”

Special thanks to our guests:
Kyle Hood and Darren Hoyland from the First Presbyterian Church in Orange
Drew Whatley and Jeff Harris from the W.H. Stark House
Terrie Smith from the Brown Estate
and Judy Jensen from Orange Christian Services

Listen to Episode 4

To view more photos please see the Bayoulands photo album on the “91.3 KVLU Public Radio” Facebook page.

stark house

W.H. Stark House, courtesy of the Stark Foundation