‘Tune In!’ Archives
Iranian electrorock group The Casualty Process will be in the KCSB studio to chat and play some tunes LIVE tonight (Wed. Nov. 2) on the show Kittens VS Godzilla. After facing governmental oppression in Iran and even going to prison for their "controversial" musical style, we are so excited to have them here in Santa Barbara to tell their story. [...]
This week Mr. Comedy presents a tribute to Saturday Night Live. Listen to the many performers over the years do stand-up and sketch comedy. Hear comedy from the early "Not Ready for Prime Time" players to Eddie Murphy to Lonely Island. Get your laughs on every Tuesday Night aka Wednesday Morning at midnight. Follow the blog at [...]
THE ROCKING HORROR RADIO SHOW: A Halloween Spooktacular! on Rock It Properly Radio (Sunday, October 30)
Of her next broadcast, DJ Darla Bea shrieks: "Get scared, rock out and do the Monster Mash along with me, your Musical Enchantress, this bewitching weekend on KCSB Community Radio!!" "Rock It Properly" airs on Sundays in the fall from 8-10pm.
Mystery Science Theater 3000 Creator Joel Hodgson Interview on The Freak Power Ticket’s Halloween Broadcast
On the Halloween edition of “The Freak Power Ticket” (Monday, October 31st, 11am), host Ted Coe interviews Joel Hodgson, creator of TV’s Peabody Award-winning comedy series Mystery Science Theater 3000, and the touring company Cinematic Titanic. Hodgson's appearance anticipates the Arts & Lectures-hosted debut of Cinematic Titanic at [...]
“The Freak Power Ticket” Talks Lompoc Zombie Walk (Oct. 24) & Previews Joel Hodgson – MST3K & Cinematic Titanic – Halloween Interview (Oct. 31)
On today’s broadcast of “The Freak Power Ticket” (Monday, October 24, 11am-12noon): host Ted Coe is joined by Steven Linderholm, the man behind “Lompocalypse: Lompoc’s 2nd Annual Zombie Walk,” this coming Saturday in the unexpectedly cool small-town north of Santa Barbara. Zombie walks are “organized public gathering of people [...]
Rock It Properly’s Rockology 101: “Loungecore: A Listener’s Guide to Space Age Pop Music” (Sunday, October 23)
Of her next broadcast, DJ Darla Bea says, " A lesson from the school of 'Rock It Properly' on 'Space Age Pop,' a music genre associated with certain Mexican and American composers and songwriters in the Space Age of the 1950s and 1960s. It is also called 'bachelor pad music' or 'lounge music'.... Join me Darla Bea as we get read to Rock Out [...]
Lazy Cowgirls, Mudhoney, Jawbreaker Archival In-Studio Performances on “50 Years of People-Powered Radio” (Thursday, Oct. 20)
On Thursday, 10/20 the program "50 Years of People Powered Radio" will air archival live in-studio performances of musical groups Mudhoney, Jawbreaker and Lazy Cowgirls from 10AM - 12PM to commemorate KCSB's 50th anniversary.
“Tributes and Songs” – Culture of Protest Honors Norman Corwin, Harry Belafonte, & the Songs of #OccupyWallStreet! TONIGHT (Thursday, October 20)
Of his next broadcast (tonight, Thursday, October 20th), Professor Dick Flacks says: "This week's broadcast pays tribute to the great radio creator, Norman Corwin, who died this week at age 101. We'll hear one of his most memorable pieces, heard by tens of millions as WWII neared its end. We pay tribute too to Harry Belafonte, subject of a [...]
On the next edition of Santa Barbara Lectures, Liberian human rights activist and 2011 Nobel Peace Prize recipient, Leymah Gbowee delivers a presentation entitled, Building Global Peace Using Local Knowledge. Ms. Gbowee spoke as part of UCSB Arts & Lectures, Fall 2011 lecture series. Santa Barbara Lectures airs every Monday at 8:00 am.
Democracy Now!’s Juan Gonzalez to Discuss His New Book “News for All the People” on “No Alibis” (Weds., Oct. 19) & at La Casa de la Raza (Sun., Oct. 23)
In just a few short minutes, Juan González (co-host of Democracy Now! and an award-winning journalist) will join Marisela Marquez and Maryam Griffin on "No Alibis" (Wednesdays, 8-10am) to discuss his new book, News for All the People: The Epic Story of Race and the American Media. González's appearance this morning on the long-running KCSB [...]