|12:00 AM||Music with Professor Kosmo
Bridging the gap.....
|5:00 AM||Sunday Baroque
Suzanne Bona is Host and Executive Producer. she created sunday Baroque and has been a classical music broadcaster since 1987. A professional, classically trained flutist, Suzanne is a radio aficionado enjoying life sans TV.
Sunday Baroque is a celebration of beloved and appealing music from the baroque era (1600-1750) and the years leading up to it.
See Sunday Baroque's website here.
Music for the early morning
|Anneke van der Veen|
|9:00 AM||Sunday Celebration...Sacred, World and Gospel
Sunday Celebration of....Gospel and World Sacred Music with Marc Matheson, every other week.
Occasionally Janet Robbins and other Guest Hosts....
|Professor Kosmo, Marc Matheson, Janet Robbins|
|12:00 PM||Happy Days
Popular music of the 1920s and '30s. Every Sunday at noon.
|1:00 PM||Jazz Rhythm
Classic jazz from the 1920s to '60s.
To see Dave's website, click here.
2013 specials include The Benny Strickler Story—San Francisco, 1942.
|2:00 PM||Riverwalk Jazz
Hosted by Davd Holt & Jim Cullum, Jr.
See Riverwalk's website: www.riverwalkjazz.org/
New in 2013, you can hear Riverwalk Jazz archives at Stanford University here.
Read Ted Gioia's article in Stanford Magazine on this new way to hear "Riverwalk Jazz."
|3:00 PM||The Vinyl Café
Stories and music with host Stuart Mclean, from the CBC.
The Sunday episode is repeated every other Tuesday at 10 am.
To see The Vinyl Café website, click here.
|4:00 PM||The Scoring Stage
The Scoring Stage explores music composed for film and television, across all decades and genres. Tune in for awesome music, trivia, historical notes, and the odd "never heard anything like that before..." moment.
|6:00 PM||Elbow Room
Paul alternates with Grey Shepard, "Between Rock and A Jazz Place"
|8:00 PM||L.A. Theatre Works
NEW DAY & earlier TIME: Sundays, 8-10 pm, starting November 3, 2013.
Contemporary and classic plays performed by L.A. Theatre Works.
Check out their website latw.org.
|10:00 PM||Stuck in the Psychedelic Era with the Hermit
Lots of music; not too much talk.
See The Hermit's website: http://www.hermitradio.com/
New series. First presentation is Clarissa Pinkola Estes' "How To Love A Woman."