‘Tune In!’ Archives
“Art of Peace” Guests Include Political Scientist Michael Parenti & Anthony Whitaker of Veterans for Peace (7-8pm Tonight)
Join us this Wednesday, April 14th, from 7-8pm, as Philip LeVasseur, host of "Art of Peace," will be interviewing well-known author and lecturer Dr. Michael Parenti, who will be speaking at the upcoming California Conference of Veterans and Military Families, to be held April 16th-18th in Ventura, CA. Dr. Michael Parenti is an [...]
This Thursday running expert Jay Campbell will be on "Running & Racing" talking about how to pick the right equipment to start or continue your run training. Campbell also provides equipment to all the schools and running clubs for the area.
This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to Peter Brunette, Reynolds Professor of Film Studies and director of the Film Studies program at Wake Forest University. The author of books on such beloved filmmakers as Michelangelo Antonioni, Wong Kar-Wai and Roberto Rossellini, Brunette has now written a book on Austrian cinematic [...]
Of her next broadcast (April 4th), DJ Darla Bea says, "On this week’s edition of 'Rock It Properly', we're gonna Break on Through to the other side with a psychedelic Tribute to Jim Morrison and The Doors. Featuring: Deep Cuts, Live Tracks, Poetry, Covers and plenty of Doors Trivia! Join me and my Special Guest: Lead singer, Kingsnake, from [...]
A conversation with marketing writer and “Agent of Change” Seth Godin on the Marketplace of Ideas this week
This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to speaker, writer, blogger and entrepreneur Seth Godin. Having already built a large body of published work on the nature of ideas, how they're conceived, how they're spread and how they're executed, Godin has expanded his intellectual purview with his new book Linchpin. Extending the [...]
This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to Chris Bohn, editor of London-based monthly music magazine The Wire. Subtitled "Adventures in Modern Music", the magazine has covered the alternative, the underground, the experimental, the avant-garde and the generally non-mainstream since 1982, featuring a span of artists from Ornette [...]
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 [...]