‘Tune In!’ Archives
“Culture of Protest” host Prof. Dick Flacks says of tonight’s broadcast (Thursday, May 12th): “This week on Culture of Protest our annual Pete Seeger Birthday Program. He was 92 last week. His recent album, Tomorrow's Children, just was awarded a Grammy. So we'll feature that--Pete and friends and a school kids' chorus with a lot of [...]
Tune in Monday, May 16, 8 to 9 a.m.: Peace, Violence, and Development in Modern Society, a talk by Harvard professor of economics and philosophy Amartya Sen. Sen, a Nobel Prize winner in economics, was brought to UCSB by the Arts & Lectures program. Santa Barbara Lectures is a presentation of the KCSB News and Public Affairs Department.
This week “Frank ‘n’ George” asks the musical question 'what time is it?' in an hour-long show minutely devoted to the rock era's seconds of pleasure.
Of her next broadcast (Sunday, May 8th), DJ Darla Bea says, "Class is in Session: Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with The School of 'Rock It Properly' and KCSB Community Radio this SUNDAY from 8-10pm. Learn with me, Darla Bea. Featuring: Mexican Ska, Rock & Metal, Latin Alternative, Pop and Traditional (Cumbia, Banda, Mariachi). Learn with me, [...]
Of her next broadcast (Sunday, May 1st), DJ Darla Bea says, "Class is in Session: This week The School of 'Rock It Properly' and KCSB Community Radio present a lesson on Old Skool Hip Hop from 1979 to 1984. Featuring The Clash, Blondie, CHIC, Grandmaster Flash, Queen, Kurtis Blow, Sugar Hill Gang and more! Learn with me, Darla Bea this [...]
Singer/Songwriter Jackie Morris Debuts Her Third Folk/Americana CD on Andy Doerr’s “Roadtunes Sessions”
Launching her third Folk/Americana album, popular local singer-songwriter, Jackie Morris, will preview songs from her new album, "Tell Me a Story," on Andy Doerr’s “Roadtunes Sessions” on Tuesday, May 10th, at 7:00 p.m. Best known for story songs that are humorous, witty, sometimes poignant and sometimes topical…Jackie was among "Top [...]
"Frank 'n' George" switches into overtime for its listeners to kick off the work week, bringing a second show of May Day-inspired songs about jobs, unions, bosses, and Johnny Paycheck's end-to-employment anthem properly punked up.
No Alibis 5/4/11 8am: Andy Worthington on Guantanamo Wikileaks; Rami Zurayk in Beirut on ‘Arab Spring’
Following news, independent journalist Andy Worthington joins Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson to discuss the Wikileaks documents on Guantanamo prisoners and the 'regime of torture' therein. At 9:15 am they are joined by agronomist Rami Zurayk to discuss events which continue to unfold in the Middle East and North Africa.
This Week on Afrotensity, Mr. Comedy takes you back to the funniest material of the 1990's. Put on your nostalgia glasses for comedy about Michael Jackson, O.J. Simpson, and Bill Clinton from comedy greats Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle, and George Carlin. Featuring Michael Jackson superfans DJ Dirty Diana and DJ Billie Jean guest hosting. [...]
Agent Ribbons (Natalie "Ribbons" Gordon and Lauren "Ribbons" Hess) are a remarkable rock duo from the US's music capital, Austin, TX. Friends with "The Freak Power Ticket"'s Ted Coe thanks to their shared origins in Sacramento, California, Natalie and Lauren will join Ted during a visit to the KCSB studios for a conversation, DJ set, and extra [...]