‘Tune In!’ Archives
Author and columnist David Brooks is featured speaker for Monday, October 4, 2010 on SB Lectures, 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Brooks talks about Politics in the Age of Obama. His appearance was sponsored by UCSB's Arts & Lectures program.
This week on Afrotensity, Mr. Comedy interviews Comedian Kyle Kinane. Kinane was list by Variety Magazine as one of the top ten comedians to watch. Listen as Kinane talk about the development of his comedy material, his influences, and his first cross-country tour. Mr. Comedy describes Kinane's comedy as a cross between Patton Oswalt and a blue [...]
Off-Ramp host and public radio veteran John Rabe on The Marketplace of Ideas this Friday Oct. 1st, 2010
This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to John Rabe, longtime public radio personality and host of KPCC's Off-Ramp, a weekly examination of Southern California and especially Los Angeles. The show's interviews and field pieces provide, as Rabe puts it, a "pointillist" aural image of the city and its surrounding half-state, [...]
Musical Reflections of the Poet William Blake on Today’s “The Freak Power Ticket” (11am-Noon, Monday, September 27th)
On the Monday, September 27th edition of “The Freak Power Ticket,” a selection of music and a playlist inspired by William Blake’s visionary illuminated poetry collections, “Songs of Innocence and Experience” (especially the poem “The Tyger”) and “The Marriage of Heaven and Hell.” A reflection on the contemporary impact of [...]
Of her next broadcast (September 26th), DJ Darla Bea says, “On this week’s edition of ‘Rock It Properly', bow down to the gods of guitar as we get a lesson in Lead Guitar 101. Learn about the fundamentals of the Guitar and the different playing techniques. Join me on KCSB for Trivia. Get ready to rock out!” “Rock It [...]
This week, a regular collaboration between The Marketplace of Ideas and the Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum begins. Colin Marshall first talks with Barney Haynes and Jennifer Parker, professors at the California College of the Arts and UC Santa Cruz, respectively, and the creators of SonicSENSE, an expandable and evolving site for art, [...]
UPDATE: A podcast of this live performance by Typhoon is now available online here! Typhoon, a multi-intrumental indie rock band from Portland, Oregon, on the Tender Loving Empire record label, brings its act to KCSB’s “The Green Room” today (Thursday, September 23rd) between 1-230pm, ahead of tonight’s engagement at Muddy Waters Café [...]
Jazz Legend Charles Lloyd Joins Stanley Naftaly on “Jazz Straight Ahead” at 1030am on Wednesday, September 22nd
Charles Lloyd New Quartet will appear at the Lobero Theatre on Friday, September 24th, 2010 at 8pm. On Wednesday, September 22nd at 1030am, Living Jazz Legend Mr. Lloyd will be interviewed by Stanley Naftaly, host of "Jazz Straight Ahead." Says Naftaly: "Charles Lloyd, who continues to grow and mature as a musician, has reached the stage of his [...]
Just returned from Lebanon, Elizabeth Robinson shares interviews with agronomist Rami Zurayk, driver Samir Attrache, and mayor of Baabdat Iman Labaki. With vastly different experiences, they share perspectives rarely seen in US media and provide a sense of a vital, engaged polity. Also featuring Lebanese musicians.
Of her next broadcast (September 19th), DJ Darla Bea says, “On this week’s edition of ‘Rock It Properly’, we'll learn about French Music Video Director, Michel Gondry best known for his for his inventive visual style. Gondry pioneered the "bullet time" technique used in The Matrix. Learn about the eclectic artists who rocked this visual [...]