‘Tune In!’ Archives
In the latest KCSBeat column from the Santa Barbara Independent, Colin Marshall covers the station's ongoing re-airing of all the newly remastered and interview-supplemented episodes of Don't Bank on America, Malcolm Gault-Williams' 36-part radio documentary on the history of Isla Vista and its three 1970 riots, well-known as I.V. I, II and [...]
Of her next broadcast (March 21st), DJ Darla Bea says, “On this week’s edition of ‘Rock It Properly,’ grab your Platform Shoes and let's Turn this Mother Out - with a lesson in Funk Music. Join me on KCSB for some Funked Up Trivia. Get ready to funk out!”” “Rock It Properly” airs alternating Sundays in the Winter from 8-10pm.
This week on Funny HaHa, Mr. Comedy will be dedicating the show to Funny Women Comedians. Listen to female performers that you may or may not be familiar with. Some classic performers from back in the day to recent newcomers to the comedy scene. Funny HaHa airs Wednesday's from 6am to 7am.
Of her next broadcast (March 7th), DJ Darla Bea says, “On this week’s edition of ‘Rock It Properly,’ grab your Blue Suede Shoes and do the Stray Cat Strut as we get a lesson in Rockabilly 101. Local rocker, Christopher Story of Blazing Haley and Phantom Pomps will join me at the KCSB Studios for some local trivia. Get ready to [...]
Today, KCSB is covering the Day of Action to Defend Public Education. Events are happening at each University of California campus, including UCSB. At 12 noon, KCSB will pre-empt our normally scheduled program, "The Marketplace of Ideas," to air live the rally and press conference taking place at UCSB’s Arbor, the public plaza in front of the [...]
“Culture of Protest” Reflects on 70th Anniversary of Woody Guthrie’s “This Land Is Your Land” (Thurs., 6-7pm)
Prof. Dick Flacks, host of "Culture of Protest" writes: "Woody Guthrie wrote the song 'This Land Is Your Land' 70 years ago this week, so we'll feature it on our next show, listening to many variations. But first we'll talk with Kelly Burns, one of the organizers of tomorrow's local demonstration in solidarity with nationwide local events in [...]
This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to cinematic journalist and curator Livia Bloom, editor of Errol Morris: Interviews, a compilation of conversations with the nonfiction filmmaker behind such movies as Gates of Heaven, The Thin Blue Line and The Fog of War. The book, which includes two interviews conducted by Bloom [...]
KCSB Documentary “Don’t Bank on Amerika” To Air Fridays from 8-9am, Marking 40th Anniversary of I.V. Uprisings
Starting Friday, February 26th, from 8-9am, KCSB-FM will begin weekly airings of a documentary series that originally premiered on the station in the mid-1980s, Don’t Bank on Amerika: The History of the Isla Vista Riots of 1970. Written and produced by Malcolm Gault-Williams, Don’t Bank on Amerika tells the comprehensive story of a turbulent [...]
5-Alarm on IPRadio: After returning on a tour of the Pacific Rim with the Beach Boys, Christian Love, Randell Kirsch and Ed Prado delight the KCSB morning audience with an acoustic set from Studio A. The group shares stories from the road, their influences and the latest on the progress with the band’s new album. Listen to the podcast for [...]
A conversation about time’s arrow with theoretical physicist Sean Carroll on The Marketplace of Ideas this Thursday
This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to Sean Carroll, theoretical cosmologist specializing in dark energy and special relativity at the California Institute of Technology and blogger at Cosmic Variance. In his new book, From Eternity to Here: The Quest for the Ultimate Theory of Time, Carroll explores possible answers to the [...]