Our upcoming special broadcasts, starting on:
Wednesday, Jun 7
8 AM “Swimming Upstream” Bonny White and Amanda have a special guest! Susie Buell joins Amanda to recap on last week’s sold out “Joyous Persistence” event that Susie hosted at the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre, in SF. Madeline in with Trash to Treasure at 9am and David Cook may actually give out the answer to the trivia question from last week! Doh.
10 AM “Turning Pages: Waves of Joy” David Grann, author of “Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI”
Thursday, Jun 8
9:30 AM “Right Now” This morning on “Right Now,” host Mia Johnson will be talking with local jazz vocalist and pianist Amanda Addleman about her latest project, and about the role of music in her life.
10 AM “Turning Pages: Radio Bookmobile” with Pat Holt, Myn Adess and Doris Ober.
Friday, Jun 9
9 AM “Speaking of Women” Angela Leung M.D., representing the American Thyroid Association, will discuss thyroid dysfunction and thyroid cancer.
12 PM “Alternative Radio” Max Blumenthal – Palestine: 50 Years of Occupation.
1 PM “Non-Violence Radio” Father Kolbe was a prisoner in Auschwitz who stood in to die for another prisoner. Learn about his act of nonviolent courage, his life, and his relevance for the nonviolent path today in this episode. Then stay for your inspirational and edifying dose of all of the nonviolent news not covered by the corporate media.
2 PM “Classical Friday at the Concert Hall” with host, Janet Robbins. Works from England’s “green and pleasant land” by Elgar, Vaughan Williams, George Butterworth, Gerald Finzi.
4 PM “The French Touch” The Summer of Love! Emmanuel will be playing 1967 French songs including Petula Clark, Hugues Aufray, Claude Francois, Jacques Dutronc, Charles Aznavour, Michel Polnareff, Enrico Macias and more.
5 PM “Happy Hour” Liberacha hosts a special Summer of Love Happy Hour, with a playlist comprised of themes from movies released in 1967, various and sundry jazz covers of Beatles songs, and funky jazz-soul renditions of pop songs of that were released in that year. Tune in for the funk, the cool groove, the sonic fondue that is HAPPY HOUR!
Saturday, Jun 10
9 AM “The Vicarious Traveler” Author Andrew Evans…talking about his newest book The Black Penguin. This travel memoir highlights Andrew’s epic 12,000-mile overland journey from Washington, DC to Antarctica, primarily using public transportation.
Sunday, Jun 11
10 PM “LA Theatre Works” It’s Christmas 1980, and Ben Bascov and his sister Faye have to deal with their ailing mother, while Faye confesses her marriage to Mort is no picnic either. And while family friend Jeff has an awkward encounter with Faye’s daughter Shelley, Mort threatens to blackmail Ben over a mysterious ruby necklace. Dana Delany and Susan Sullivan star in The Assembled Parties by Richard Greenberg. Next time on L.A. Theatre Works.
Tuesday, Jun 13
5 PM “Epicenter” Celine Underwood and Shelley Rugg describe the community-wide Interdependence Day Festival of the Arts, taking place July 1st at several locations in Point Reyes Station. All are welcome to participate.
Wednesday, Jun 14
10 AM NEW SHOW “Turning Pages: Magic Lantern” Sally Phillips hosts a new monthly show about film in the Bay Area. On her inaugural show, Sally’s guests will be Susan Oxtoby, Senior Film Curator of UC Berkeley’s Pacific Film Archives, and Zoe Elton, Director of Programming for the Mill Valley Film Festival. The show will include a listing of upcoming screenings of note in the Bay Area.