‘Tune In!’ Archives
“Culture of Protest” host Prof. Dick Flacks says of tonight’s broadcast (Thurs., June 24th): "We did our first broadcast in June 1982. We'll celebrate on this week's show with a mix of songs--old and new--that have touched me recently. Songs both musically and politically stirring, that help get me through these times--and maybe you will [...]
Harvey Wasserman, investigative journalist, author, elections watchdog, and media activist joins us from the US Social Forum re: the BP travesty and energy alternatives, Diablo Canyon, McChrystal's Afghanistan mess. Kristen Peterson, professor of anthropology at UC Irvine whose work has focused on HIV/AIDS politics and policy in Nigeria talks [...]
This week, The Marketplace of Ideas features a conversation with poet Tan Lin, professor of English and creative writing at New Jersey City University and author of the books Lotion Bullwhip Giraffe, BlipSoak01 and Heath (Plagiarism/Outsource). His latest book, Seven Controlled Vocabularies and Obituary 2004. The Joy of Cooking, uses its form to [...]
Colin Marshall talks to sonic curator, writer and composer David Toop on the Marketplace of Ideas this Thursday
This week (Thursday, June 17th), The Marketplace of Ideas features a conversation with David Toop, composer of sound, writer about sound, curator of sound and research fellow at the London College of Communication. His works in text include Ocean of Sound, Exotica, Haunted Weather and the Rap Attack books. His latest is Sinister Resonance: The [...]
Of her next broadcast (June 13th), DJ Darla Bea says, “On this week’s edition of ‘Rock It Properly’, grab your Beret and a Baguette because we'll be taking a "Tour de France" of the musique created in Ooh La La Paris! Learn about the artists who rocked us Euro-style! Join me on KCSB for some 'French' Trivia. -What French #1 Hit Wonder's [...]
This week, The Marketplace of Ideas features a conversation with novelist Todd Shimoda, author of 365 Views of Mt. Fuji, The Fourth Treasure and now Oh!: A Mystery of Mono No Aware. Shimoda calls his stories "somewhat experimental, post-modernish, dealing with Asian or Asian-American themes to some degree, but also broad questions of existence," [...]
This week, The Marketplace of Ideas presents a conversation with Stephen Batchelor, author on, scholar of and educator about Buddhist topics. His latest book, Confession of a Buddhist Atheist, recounts his journey from young spiritual seeker to devoted monk to questioning student to holder of the complex hybrid of principles and practices he has [...]
Of her next broadcast (May 30th), DJ Darla Bea says, “On this week’s edition of ‘Rock It Properly’, grab your Leg Warmers and put on your Tube Top because "Girl's Just Want to Have FUN!” Learn about the women who rocked us through the 1980's. Join me on KCSB for some 'Eighties' Trivia. Darla Bea Smith -What 'platinum' haired [...]
Elvin Bishop has rescheduled our interview tonight on "Bluesland" 8:45 PM. We will talk about his new album "Oklahoma" and his deep roots in America's Music, the blues. Elvin will be appearing in Simi Valley's Rancho Santa Susanna Park this weekend May 29 & 30.
Tonight at 8 PM Jef Mallett will be on "Running & Racing" talking about his new book "Trizophrenia", his cartoon Frazz, and his love of participating in Triathlons. Jef is a award winning cartoonist for his art and humour.