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The Signal, 05.06.11 & 05.07.11, Muggle Quidditch, filmmakers Todd Rohal & Richard Yeagley, cassette rock, queens in the duchess museum
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This week (May 6 & 7, 2011) on The Signal…
Bludgers, Quaffles, and the Golden Snitch – they’re all part of the high-flying sport of Quidditch in the fictional world of Harry Potter. Now the game has cast its spell on real-world college students, and Signal contributor Matt Purdy reports on the action.
We talk to director Todd Rohal about latest film, “The Catechism Cataclysm,” and we meet documentary filmmaker Richard Yeagley, whose debut project, “The Tradesmen: Making an Art of Work,” examines the artistry behind the blue collar façades of modern craftspeople.
Stephanie Hughes reports that the cassette tape is making a comeback on the hipster scene.
Baynard Woods visits a museum dedicated to the Duchess of Windsor, where he discovers that the real treasures are the fascinating people who live their lives there.