Sean Hannity has often credited KCSB with launching his media career when the station management removed him from the air in 1989 for making “multiple discriminatory statements based on sexual orientation” on his weekly KCSB radio show in “violation of the University of California Nondiscriminatory Policy.” Hannity has always denied that [...]
Interview with IF A TREE FALLS Director Marshall Curry on “The Freak Power Ticket” – Podcast Now Available!
On Monday's edition of "The Freak Power Ticket," host Ted Coe spoke with Marshall Curry, co-director of the documentary, If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front, which tells the dramatic story of Daniel McGowan and the ELF. “In December 2005, Daniel McGowan was arrested by federal agents in a nationwide sweep of [...]
Called an “experimental powerhouse” by the Village Voice, So Percussion has been creating music that explores all the extremes of emotion and musical possibility since 1999. The Brooklyn-based quartet’s innovative work with today’s most exciting composers has quickly helped them forge a genre-defying career with cross-generational appeal. [...]
On Wednesday, Nov. 2nd, students, faculty and others gathered in front of UCSB's Student Resource building for a Teach-In on The Occupy Movement. The event, organized by the group Occupy Isla Vista, featured talks by UCSB Sociology Professor Howard Winant, UCSB Orfalea Center Research Assistant and Huffington Post contributor Jack Ucciferri, and [...]
Iranian electrorock group The Casualty Process will be in the KCSB studio to chat and play some tunes LIVE tonight (Wed. Nov. 2) on the show Kittens VS Godzilla. After facing governmental oppression in Iran and even going to prison for their "controversial" musical style, we are so excited to have them here in Santa Barbara to tell their story. [...]
NOW ONLINE: “Live from the Piano Kitchen” Debut Podcast (Local Music, Story Telling, Comedy & Radio Drama) Listen Here!
Join Jeff Mills, Jim Connolly and Michael Bernard as they serve up a mind blowing array of aural delicacies at the Piano Kitchen. This month's show (recorded on October 7th 2011 and originally aired on October 9th 2011) featured musical guests Spencer Barnitz and Anna Abbey, an interview with theater director John Blondell, radio drama performed [...]
Art of Peace: Awakening Hearts through children’s art and words with Jolene DeLisa and “The Children’s Peace Book” Wednesday, October 12 6-7pm
On Wednesday October 12 the "Art of Peace" will feature a interview with Jolene DeLisa author of "The Children's Peace Book." Jolene asked children around the world to share what peace means to them in her global travels, on peace marches and everyday encounters. "Put a group of children together and they will overcome language and culture and [...]
UCSB Drama Teacher Jeff Mills Introduces “Live from the Piano Kitchen” Radio Variety Program in Podcast of Monday’s “The Freak Power Ticket”
On Monday, October 2nd, Ted Coe, host of the music and cultural arts program "The Freak Power Ticket," was joined by Jeff Mills, an instructor in UCSB's Department of Theater and Dance and one of the creative forces behind KCSB's new radio variety program, "Live from the Piano Kitchen". Co-produced by comedian/writer Michael Bernard and [...]
On September 23, 2011, David Barsamian was denied entry to India by the Indian authorities. He has visited there for decades, interviewed people there for Alternative Radio, and reported on regional events. While authorities offered no specific reason for the denial of entry, he and others believe that it is related to Kashmir, its independence [...]
This episode marks the 2011 Summer Season Finale as well as the last episode before Radio Causeway goes on an indefinite hiatus. We are excited to have Chris Prescott from Montalban Quintet on to talk about the debut release from the genre blurring band. The band hails from Encinitas, CA which is the surf and skate capital of North [...]