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Associated Students Spring Election 2008 Debate & Forums: KCSB-FM Schedule for Tues. & Weds.

Associated Students Spring Election 2008 Debate & Forums: KCSB-FM Schedule for Tues. & Weds.

KCSB has recorded and made available the audio from all 10 A.S. Candidate forums. The forums were conducted according to the following schedule: April 9th @ 12pm A.S. Presidential Candidate Forum April 9th @ 1pm Student Advocate General Candidate Forum April 10th @ 12pm Internal Vice President Candidate Forum April 10th @ [...]

The BeGulls’ Kyle Field (Little Wings) & Lee Baggett Appear on a Special Archival Rebroadcast on “The Freak Power Ticket”

The BeGulls’ Kyle Field (Little Wings) & Lee Baggett Appear on a Special Archival Rebroadcast on “The Freak Power Ticket”

From 9-10am, this Monday, April 14th, "The Freak Power Ticket" will rebroadcast a special "morning show" spoof from 2004, put together by the Begulls, aka Kyle Field (of Little Wings fame ) and Lee Baggett, of Avila Beach. (Field now lives in Carpinteria, California.) Free your soul! Free music! Only $5!

Musical Legend “Country Joe” McDonald on “Roadtunes Sessions,” Tuesday, April 8th

Musical Legend “Country Joe” McDonald on “Roadtunes Sessions,” Tuesday, April 8th

Tune in to hear Woodstock musician and activist Country Joe McDonald in an interview with Andy Doerr on the Roadtunes Sessions, Tuesday, April 8, at 10 a.m. He’ll be talking about his spoken word and song Tribute to Woody Guthrie, which he’ll perform at Tales from the Tavern, Wednesday, April 9, at the Maverick Saloon (3687 Sagunto St.) in [...]

SBLS (Mon, April 7 @ 8am): Lynne Cox & Marisha Pessl

This Monday's edition of Santa Barbara Lecture Series features Swimmer Lynne Cox and Author Marisha Pessl. Tune in for KCSB's acclaimed lecture series: hour-long lectures air Monday mornings from 8 to 9 a.m. Lectures are sponsored by UCSB Arts & Lectures, Women's Center, Multicultural Center, and the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center. Next [...]

“Culture of Protest” Airs Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Riverside Speech

“Culture of Protest” Airs Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Riverside Speech

"Culture of Protest" host Professor Dick Flacks writes: "Today marks the 40th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s murder. It's also the 41st anniversary of his speech at Riverside Church where he publicly articulated his fierce opposition to the Vietnam war, despite enormous pressure for him to stay silent. We'll play the full speech on [...]

The Section Quartet Appears Live on KCSB’s “What’s Good” (2-4pm, Today)

The Section Quartet Appears Live on KCSB’s “What’s Good” (2-4pm, Today)

Today, the Los Angeles based "rock band disguised as a string quartet," The Section Quartet, will be making the drive up the Southern California coast to KCSB's studios for an interview and live performance on our Wednesday afternoon program, "What's Good" (2-4pm), hosted by DJ Nat Pyle. This appearance will be in anticipation of their concert [...]

Live Guests on Next “Roadtunes Sessions”: Contra Dance Band Notorious & Singer-Songwriter Randall Lamb (Tues., March 18, 10am-Noon)

Live Guests on Next “Roadtunes Sessions”: Contra Dance Band Notorious & Singer-Songwriter Randall Lamb (Tues., March 18, 10am-Noon)

On Tuesday, March 18, Roadtunes Sessions host Andy Doerr will have two guests live in the studio, New England contra dance band Notorious and singer-songwriter Randall Lamb. Notorious will be live in the studio from 10 to 11 am. Notorious is composer and multi-instrumentalist Larry Unger and Eden McAdam-Somer on fiddle. They will play at the Ojai [...]

KCSB On-Air Reading of “Travels of a T-Shirt in the Global Economy” for ‘UCSB Reads,’ Starting February 4th

KCSB On-Air Reading of “Travels of a T-Shirt in the Global Economy” for ‘UCSB Reads,’ Starting February 4th

In support of UCSB Reads, KCSB will broadcast live readings of Pietra Rivoli's Travels of a T-Shirt in the Global Economy: An Economist Examines the Markets, Power, and Politics of World Trade, Monday through Friday at noon, throughout the month of February. The theme of UCSB Reads 2008 is Globalization and Global Citizenship. Every weekday at [...]

Dick Flacks’ next Culture of Protest broadcast: Thursday, Oct. 18, 6pm, “Viva el Che!”

Dick Flacks’ next Culture of Protest broadcast: Thursday, Oct. 18, 6pm, “Viva el Che!”

"Culture of Protest"'s host, Professor Dick Flacks, writes of his next broadcast, Thursday, October 18, from 6-7pm: "On the 40th anniversary of the murder of Che Guevara, we'll explore cultural representations of him, particularly musical. We'll listen to a range of musical perspectives on his legacy, from idolatrous to skeptical, spanning a [...]

Culture of Protest on “Singing for War”

Professor Dick Flacks, host of "Culture of Protest" (Thursdays, 6pm), writes the following about tonight's broadcast: "Ken Burns' documentary 'The War' focuses on how ordinary Americans were affected by and engaged with WWII. The film brings home the incredible suffering of those in combat, and the surprisingly thin cultural support for the [...]

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