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Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary Interviewed on “Art of Peace” Podcast

Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary Interviewed on “Art of Peace” Podcast

On Wednesday, September 8th, KCSB host Phil Levasseur interviewed Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary during his public affairs program, "Art of Peace" (Wednesdays 7-8pm). An edited podcast of that program is now available online here.

Upcoming Bicycle Film Festival Profiled on “The Freak Power Ticket” – PODCAST/Audio Now Online!

Upcoming Bicycle Film Festival Profiled on “The Freak Power Ticket” – PODCAST/Audio Now Online!

On Monday, September 13th, Jim Cadenhead, owner of Cranky's Bike Shop, appeared as a guest on "The Freak Power Ticket." Cadenhead is the driving force behind Santa Barbara's first ever Bicycle Film Festival and Swap Meet, a weekend festival that includes the following: cycling races and stunts, barbeque and/or libations (at Elsie's on Friday and [...]

Afrikan Kaleidoscope Podcast for September 12: Woni Kenya International and Dr. Gary Ross

Afrikan Kaleidoscope Podcast for September 12: Woni Kenya International and Dr. Gary Ross

On edition of Afrikan Kaleidoscope, Shery-Alle Williams interviews a representative from Woni Kenya International regarding a local event at the Marjorie Luke Theater on Friday, September 17th @ 7pm. The event will raise money for the completion of water wells in Kenya. Additional, Genaviene Gibson interviews Dr. Gary Ross, who regarding the [...]

Radio Causeway: Puneeth Kalavase on his research at Large Hadron Collider Sept 14, 2010

Radio Causeway: Puneeth Kalavase on his research at Large Hadron Collider Sept 14, 2010

Puneeth Kalavase, physics researcher at UC Santa Barbara came on Radio Causeway to discuss his current research at CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the elusive Higgs Boson, and Dark Matter.  The Large Hadron Collider is operated by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (Cern), based in Geneva. The LHC is a giant accelerator [...]

Poodle Radio conversations about fall sports and a musical World Food Program benefit

Poodle Radio conversations about fall sports and a musical World Food Program benefit

On this week’s Poodle Radio, the KCSB show of the Santa Barbara Independent, Colin Marshall is joined first by Indy sports reporter John Zant to discuss his big fall sports preview, covering what's exciting in Santa Barbara football, soccer, water polo, and volleyball. Then, Jacob Tell and Brendan Moore from Santa Barbara label Oniric Records [...]

Poodle Radio: UCSB LRDP Band Contest

Poodle Radio: UCSB LRDP Band Contest

Poodle Radio conversations about UCSB's Long Range Development Plan and the Independent's band contest On this week’s Poodle Radio, the KCSB show of the Santa Barbara Independent, Colin Marshall is joined first by Indy senior editor Matt Kettman to discuss his cover story on UCSB’s Long Range Development Plan (LRDP), the blueprint for the [...]

No Alibis 9/8/2010 – Center for Urban Agriculture

No Alibis 9/8/2010 – Center for Urban Agriculture

    In this segment, No Alibis producers speak with Melissa Gomez from Goleta's own Fairview Gardens about food justice, community agriculture and upcoming workshops at the Center for Urban Agriculture. The Center for Urban Agriculture at Fairview Gardens is a California non-profit organization that was established in 1997. The original [...]

Radio Causeway: Aaron Belkin, Ph.D. on “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” – Sept 7, 2010

Radio Causeway: Aaron Belkin, Ph.D. on “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” – Sept 7, 2010

Aaron Belkin, Ph.D., Executive Director of UC Santa Barbara's PALM CENTER and Associate Professor at San Francisco State University's Department of Political Science talks with Pav & Tim on Radio Causeway Tuesday on the US Military's controversial "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy. The Palm Center is a research institute of the University of [...]

Conversations about Operation Gator Roll and Santa Barbara History on Poodle Radio

Conversations about Operation Gator Roll and Santa Barbara History on Poodle Radio

On this week’s Poodle Radio, the Santa Barbara Independent's show on KCSB, Colin Marshall is joined first by reporter Chris Meagher to discuss his cover story on the effects of Operation Gator Roll, Santa Barbara’s largest one-day law enforcement action ever. Then, "History 101" columnist and Santa Barbara Historical Museum Director of [...]

Prof. Patricia Fumerton Talks English Broadside Ballads on Radio Causeway (Tuesday, August 31)

Prof. Patricia Fumerton Talks English Broadside Ballads on Radio Causeway (Tuesday, August 31)

Patricia Fumerton, Ph.D. stopped by to speak with Pav & Tim about her work as the Director of Early Modern Center's English Broadside Ballads Archive (EBBA). EBBA's goal is to make such broadside ballads fully accessible as texts, art, music, and cultural records of the period. About 8,000-10,000 English broadside ballads of the entire [...]

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