Deadly Waters, French Classical, and An Indigenous Economic Model

Our upcoming special broadcasts, starting on:

Wednesday, Jul 26

8 AM “Swimming Upstream” Katie Eberle will be sitting in for Amanda Eichstaedt who’s on a much deserved vacation. Guests include sheriff Doug Pittman, and joining Creta for Off Leash is Sage Lewis, an Animal Communicator. Feel free to call in! Dave Cook is on with Fish Tales at 9:30.

11 AM “Cuerpo Corazon Comunidad” Economía y Estrés – Finances and Stress.

Thursday, Jul 27

11 PM “Under The Needle” We air a live set from indie favorites, Real Estate.

Friday, Jul 28

8 AM “Milk Street Radio” Author Jason Goodwin has great recipes from Istanbul in his book Yashim Cooks Istanbul; our recipe for Cuban-Spiced Burgers; Melissa Clark of the New York Times whips up supper; and The New Yorker’s Adam Gopnik dishes Bearnaise sauce.

11 AM “Reveal” Deadly Waters. The U.S. Navy spends tens of billions of dollars each year building and repairing ships. But how safe are the shipyards where that work is done? This week, Reveal revisits and updates a February episode that looked into how lax safety has been allowed to persist at shipyards that thrive on military contracts.

12 PM “Alternative Radio” Roxanne Dunbar-Ortíz – An Indigenous Economic Model

2 PM “Classical Friday: The French Connection” It’s two hours of classical music by French composers or performed by French artists including Darius Milhaud, Eric Satie, Jukes Massenet & Hector Berlioz.

4 PM “The French Touch” Emmanuel plays French Pop music from France, Canada, Belgium, Louisiana and other French speaking countries.

Saturday, Jul 29

2 PM “The Scoring Stage” with guest host Emmanuel, shares mostly French movie music by great composers such as Francis Lai or Michel Legrand:  A man and a woman, Zorba the Greek, Love story, The Demoiselles of Rochefort, Amelie Poulain, Live for life and a lot more.

Sunday, Jul 30

10 PM “LA Theatre Works” As a respected doctor discovers an unsettling truth about his town’s tourist-friendly baths, he finds that the town’s mayor – his own brother – can’t let public health get in the way of profit. Henrik Ibsen weighs the cost of conscience against a town’s livelihood in An Enemy of the People, Next time on L.A. Theatre Works.

Monday, Jul 31

10 AM “Turning Pages at Nature’s Pace” is delighted to begin reading Gary Noy’s memorable Sierra Stories: Tales of Dreamers, Schemers, Bigots and Rogues — an endearing look at the hidden history of the High Country.

Tuesday, Aug 1

8:30 PM “West County Prowl” with live (and lively!) musician Twain.

Wednesday, Aug 2

8:30 PM “Coast Highway Blues” Get your fill with our consummate bluesman, Larry Rippee.