Posts Tagged ‘KCSB-FM’
A People's Guide to Los Angeleshas been described "as a trip through L.A.'s history of militant strikers, civil rights activists and unforgettable feminists'. One of its authors, Laura Pulido will join Marisela Marquez and Elizabeth Robinson to discuss the capturing of the history and images that have too often been lost. Christopher Newfield [...]
TONIGHT! KCSB-FM Presents RADIO BANDIDO: Join Guest Filmmaker Pepe Urquijo on Tuesday, April 10 for a FREE Preview Screening at UCSB’s Pollock Theater
On Tuesday, April 10th, 7pm, at UCSB’s Pollock Theater, KCSB-FM’s “Popped Culture” Film Series presents a preview screening of Radio Bandido, a documentary investigating the 1994 death of Oscar “Bandido” Gomez, a Chicano radio activist from the University of California, Davis whose body was found in [...]
Take the Trip of a Lifetime with The Monkees’ HEAD + Bid Davy Jones Safe Travels: ‘THE FREAK POWER TICKET’ (Monday, March 19)
This Monday, March 19th, "The Freak Power Ticket" salutes The Monkees' Head; its screenwriter Jack Nicholson and director Bob Rafelson (who went on to produce Easy Rider and Five Easy Pieces); cultural innovator Michael Nesmith; plus Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork; and wishes safe travels to Davy Jones! Join producer/host Ted Coe with expert & [...]
Of her next broadcast (TONIGHT from 8-10pm Sunday, March 18th), DJ Darla Bea writes: "Another International Music Lesson brought to you by the School of 'Rock It Properly' and KCSB Community Radio. Take a Tour of the Land of Leprechauns and Rockin’ Tunes in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. Learn with me, Darla Bea!" "Rock It [...]
A Tribute to the Late Davy Jones of The Monkees Featuring an Interview with Expert Andrew Sandoval on “The Freak Power Ticket” (Monday, March 12)
UPDATE (03/13/12, 11am): A podcast of this program can be found by clicking here. (03/12/12, 345pm): A copy of this program's official playlist can be found by clicking below: On the Monday edition of "The Freak Power Ticket" (March 12, 11am-12noon): A Tribute to the late Davy Jones, and his 1960's pop-rock group The Monkees. The [...]
In protest against the cruel and unusual punishment meted out in California prisons, prisoners are again on a hunger strike and one prisoner at Corcoran State Prison, Christian Gomez, has died. Jay Donahue of CA Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity joins Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson at 8:30 to report on current actions inside and out of the [...]
Two years after Haiti was devastated by an earthquake, the damage persists. Mark Schuller discusses the failure of aid and his new book, Tecktonic Shifts: Haiti Since the Earthquake co-edited with Pablo Morales. Should the failure be laid at the door of the Haitian people or unfulfilled aid promises at the international level? Schuller remains a [...]
Khalil Gibran Mohammad, historian and Director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, discusses his book, The Condemnation of Blackness:Race,Crime and the Making of Urban America with Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson.
Steve Buckley on Egyptian elections; George Lipsitz on Johnny Otis; Harvey Wasserman on environment & wellness: No Alibis podcast, 1/25/12
British media activist, Steve Buckley, has covered Egyptian elections and their significance since their inception and reported on outcomes. Prof. George Lipsitz, biographer of Johnny Otis recounts a bit of his life and approach to the world. At 9:15 Harvey Wasserman discussed about critical water issues and environmental impact on wellness.
British media activist, Steve Buckley, has been covering Egyptian elections and their significance since their inception. He joins Elizabeth Robinson at 8:30 following news. At 9:00 Prof. George Lipsitz recounts a bit of Johnny Otis's life and approach to the world. At 9:15 Harvey Wasserman will be talking about critical water issues, [...]