Program Showcase

Radio HAHA for KIDS! 6-28

Jul 3, 2020

June 28, 2020--“Hear Ye, Hear Ye!” Listen to this week's edition of “Radio Ha Ha For Kids” (and their families & friends).  Hosted by Jim Beatty, the Dancing Grandpa, who’s known as Teacher Jim at SPACE’s School of Performing Arts in Ukiah. This Sunday’s show celebrates butterflies, nature and the beauty of life all around us. Featuring music, dance, listening games, story time, tongue twisters, riddles, knock knock jokes, fun facts and more... It's listening fun for everyone.

Tune in and dance, sing and play with us at Noon every Sunday right here on KZYX and Z.

Patrick Cockburn WAR IN THE AGE OF TRUMP

Jul 3, 2020

To hear this interview with veteran foreign journalist, Patrick Cockburn, about his latest book, WAR IN THE AGE OF TRUMP: The Fall of Isis, The Betrayal of the Kurds, The Conflict With Iran, and to view images and links to articles relevant to the interview, click on this link:

July 1, 2020--On episode 4 of the New Normal Radio Hour: how your business can get the media attention it deserves in an environment dominated by COVID-19 and world events. Host Mary Anne Petrillo of West Business Development Center talked with Erin Simpson, founder and principal of Brick Lane Public Relations. Erin is a new transplant to the Mendocino community and brings a wealth of experience in the complex world of PR. She was joined by Katie Dreaper, Senior Digital Marketing Manager for a major national retail chain, who has years of experience in the digital marketing and analytics.

Woven Light Studio on Be More Now

Jun 30, 2020

Tune into KZYX&Z’s Be More Now program at 7pm on Thursday, July 2 when host Blake More will interview Abby Stoner and Emily McConnell of Woven Light Studio in Point Arena. They will be discussing community in the time of Covid-19 and looking at new ways to enhance healing, cultivate creativity and build strong communities in the wake of social distancing and limited physical contact. The show will air at 7pm Thursday July 2 right here on KZYX&Z 90.7FM Philo, 88.1FM Fort Bragg, and 91.5FM Willits, as well as stream live on the web www.kzyx.org

Radio HAHA for KIDS! 6-21

Jun 23, 2020
KZYX

“Hear Ye, Hear Ye!” Listen to the archive of “Radio Ha Ha For Kids” (and their families & friends) from June 21, 2020.  Hosted by Jim Beatty, the Dancing Grandpa, who’s known as Teacher Jim at SPACE’s School of Performing Arts in Ukiah, Sunday’s show celebrates fathers, dandelions, and amphibians (newts, salamanders and frogs), with maybe a few baseball jokes for good measure. “Radio Ha Ha For Kids” features songs, dance, listening games, story time, tongue twisters, riddles, knock knock jokes, fun facts and more... It's listening fun for everyone.

To hear this interview with Texas A&M University Department of Communication Professor Jennifer Mercieca about her latest book, DEMAGOGUE FOR PRESIDENT: The Rhetorical Genius of Donald Trump, click on this link:  https://forthright.media/2020/06/19/jennifer-mercieca-demagogue-for-president-the-rhetorical-genius-of-donald-trump/

It includes links to articles referenced in the interview.

Pomo Perspective with Reno Keoni Franklin

Jun 19, 2020
Reno Franklin

June 18, 2020--This month's Pomo Perspective features Reno Keoni Franklin, the Chairman Emeritus of the Kashia Band of Pomo Indians and the Vice Chairman of the Sonoma County Indian Health Project.

Franklin was appointed by President Obama to the President’s Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, a position which he continues to hold today in the Trump Administration, to advise the President and Congress on national historic preservation policy.

The New Normal Radio Hour Episode 3: Cannabis

Jun 18, 2020

June 17, 2020--As the coronavirus pandemic puts stress on every sector of business Cannabis companies are entering a new normal, fundamentally altering the industry in possibly permanent ways. This week on The New Normal Radio hour our topic is the economics of Cannabis and what it means to our Mendocino County in a post COVID world. Guests tonight include Genine Coleman the Founder and Executive Director of Origins Council, and Co-Founder of the Mendocino Appellations Project.

Award winning poet Gail Newman on Be More Now

Jun 13, 2020

Tune into KZYX&Z’s Be More Now program at 7pm on Thursday, June 18 when host Blake More will interview award winning poet Gail Newman. The evening will include a lively mix of poetry, discussion and inspiration, traversing topics such as how writing poetry helps with healing, trauma, memory and serve as inspiration for altruism, courage and resilience. The show will air on KZYX&Z 90.7FM Philo, 88.1FM Fort Bragg, and 91.5FM Willits, as well as stream live on the web www.kzyx.org

Linda Pack reads selections from If on A Winter’s Night a Traveler by Italo Calvino. Copyright 1979 by Italo Calvinoused by permission of the Wylie Agency LLC.

“On Rapture” from I Feel Bad About My Neck, and other thoughts on being a Woman, by Nora Ephron. Copyright 2006 by Heartburn Enterprises, Inc., used by permission of the Estate of Nora Ephron

"I Go Back to the House for a Book” from Picnic, Lightning by Billy Collins,  copyright 1998. Aired by permission of University of Pittsburgh Press.

Linda Pack reads selections from the opening chapters of My Antonia by Willa Cather, 1918, “The Huckabuck Family and How They Raised Popcorn in Nebraska and Quit and Came Back” from Rootabaga Pigeons by Carl Sandburg, 1923, and “A Gardener’s Prayer” from A Gardener’s Year by Karel Capek.

 

The New Normal Radio Hour Episode 2: June 3

Jun 8, 2020

The New Normal Radio Hour, a new Series about how our local rural economy can survive the global pandemic, Alternating Wednesday at 7pm on KZYX and Z

Hosted by Mary Anne Petrillo of West Business Development Center

Listen to "Your Own Backyard"

May 30, 2020

Linda Pack reads a selection from the opening chapters of My Antonia by Willa Cather, 1918

“The Huckabuck Family and How They Raised Popcorn in Nebraska and Quit and Came Back” from Rootabaga Pigeons by Carl Sandburg, 1923

  “A Gardener’s Prayer” from A Gardener’s Year by Karel Capek

 

For the Love of Reading: Your Own Backyard

May 29, 2020

This Friday, May 29, at 3:30pm in the afternoon   (Pacific time)

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