Annabelle Dexter-Jones, NYC Socialite Spawn, Hosts Radio Show On Bard College Radio

by Stanely Stuyvesant · December 2, 2008

Want to hear what a budding undergraduate NYC socialite sounds like?  Wonder no more!  You can now catch Annabelle Dexter-Jones, daughter of Ann Dexter-Jones, live every Monday night from 8-10pm on The Summit, a show on Bard College Radio.

I of course couldn't resist to see what she might be talking about so I tuned in briefly.  Annabelle anchors the show with the sleepy-voiced Daphne Steinberg, a fellow undergrad.  I have to say she was moderately entertaining.  Her knowledge of late 90s television shows, namely Dawson's Creek and James Van Der Beek, seemed fairly complete, and her commentary was well-informed.

Other topics included the meaning of Thanksgiving as well as some Alanis Morissette.  Yes, some deep stuff indeed.  In addition, her playlist included the following tunes to name a few:

Jewel - Who will save your soul

Sophie B. Hawkins - Damn I wish I was your lover

Kris Kross - Jump