‘Tune In!’ Archives
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 [...]
Jon Wilcox (Marley’s Ghost & Rincon Ramblers) Joins “Roadtunes Sessions” for Live Performance & Interview on Tuesday (10/18)
On Tuesday, October 18th at 8pm, join host Andy Doerr for a musical conversation with local artist Jon Wilcox, on "The Roadtunes Sessions." Jon, a Santa Barbara native, first gained national recognition in folk music circles in the 1970s, touring widely and recording traditional-flavored singer-songwriter albums. A highly-regarded veteran of [...]
KCSB programmer Steve S. writes, "On 'Joyful Cosmos' this week, Thomas Mattias of Santa Barbara's Wheelhouse Bikes drops by to talk about bicycles, bicycling, and bicycle repair. Tune in Monday evening at 6pm. Thanks for listening!" "Joyful Cosmos" airs from 6-7pm on Mondays throughout the fall.
Of her next broadcast (October 16th), DJ Darla Bea says, “For this week’s lesson from the school of ‘Rock It Properly’ - Grab your Lederhosen and a Stein because we’ll be taking a “Tour” of the muzik created in Germany! Learn about the artists who rocked us Euro-style! Join me on KCSB for some ‘Teutonic’ Trivia. -What movie [...]
“The Situation” on “Culture of Protest” – Israeli/Palestinian Relations Explored with Guest Rand Clark (Tonight, Thursday, October 13)
Of tonight's broadcast (Thursday, October 13), "Culture of Protest" host Dick Flacks writes: "This week's program will be a conversation with Rand Clark, recently returned from Israel and the West Bank. Rand Clark has committed himself to challenging some prevailing understandings of the situation there, and wants to talk about some largely [...]
Of her next broadcast (October 9th), DJ Darla Bea says, "Celebrate the modern sounds of Spain and Eastern Europe with this week's lesson in Gypsy Jams from the School of Rock It Properly! It's your course in Rockology 101 with Gypsy Punk, Electronica Remixes, a diverse array of Folk and World Music, and more. Call me at the KCSB Studios for [...]
“Live from the Piano Kitchen” – New KCSB Variety Show Records Live Friday, Followed by Broadcast Debut Sunday!
On Friday, October 7th, at 10pm, join hosts Jeff Mills, Jim Connolly, and Michael Bernard as they serve up a mind blowing array of aural delicacies at 430 Rose Avenue. This month's "Live from the Piano Kitchen," a new radio variety program, will feature musical guests Spencer Barnitz (aka Spencer the Gardener) and Anna Abbey, an interview with [...]