Alice Woelfle

Program Director

Alice is the Program and Music Director at KZYX. She is the host of Music Without Borders Mondays from 10-noon, a show featuring new music across all genres. She is also the co-host of Trading Time each Saturday at 11. Alice grew up in Venice, Ca the daughter of a children’s author and an artist. She attended college in Pittsburgh PA, and London, England. Following that she spent eight years in sustainable agriculture working with sheep, cattle, goats and horses on ranches in Oregon and California. Alice has worked as a musician, teacher, chef, youth mentor, activist, and rancher. In addition to her work at KZYX she operates a small sheep ranch in Anderson Valley.

On June 26th KZYX bids a fond farewell to Paul Schulman and Radiorama! After eighteen years Paul has decided it's time to hang up the headphones. The wonderful latin/cuban/mambo music will be missed on Wednesdays. Thanks so much for all the amazing music over the years, you will be missed Paul! Paul may return as a substitute occasionally so keep your ears up for that. Wednesday afternoons will now be filled exclusively by DJ Christinas Mendo Blendo.

Snap Judgment is a storytelling phenomenon. Created by Glynn Washington in Oakland California, and co-produced by WNYC Studios, Snap delivers a raw, intimate, musical brand of narrative — daring audiences to see the world through the eyes of another.  Snap Judgment mixes real stories with killer beats to produce cinematic, dramatic, kick-ass radio. It’s storytelling, with a beat.

Tune in to KZYX to hear the Sierra Nevada World Music Festival live from the Boonville Fairgrounds! June 22nd-24th. More information at http://www.snwmf.com/

Trahant Reports is a three-minute, weekly commentary exploring the news that impacts American Indians and Alaska Natives by longtime journalist Mark Trahant (Shoshone-Bannock). His blog,trahantreports.com, is described as an intersection between politics and public policy. The weekly audio reports have the same focus, breaking down complicated issues and explaining them in a way that makes sense.

Thursdays at 1:30! Created and produced by Sarah Reith of KZYX news, a new short series featuring voices of homeless and recently homeless people living in our county. This eight-part series explores the experiences of Mendocino Counties homeless and recently homeless. Much is said about them, but we don't often hear from them about where they sleep, what threatens them, how they feed themselves, and the challenges and obstacles they face. This show began with a 30 minute pilot about the recommendations of Dr Marbut, a consultant hired by the county to advise on how to manage homelessness.

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