Program Showcase

Giulio Boccaletti WATER: A Biography

Oct 20, 2021

To hear this interview with Giulio Boccaletti about his history of water and the politics to deal with it in his book, WATER: A Biography - and to find links to articles referenced or pertinent to it, click on this link: https://forthright.media/2021/10/19/giulio-boccaletti-water-a-biography/

To hear this interview with Andrew Cockburn and to find links to articles referrenced or pertinent to it, click on this link:  https://forthright.media/2021/10/05/andrew-cockburn-the-spoils-of-war-power-profit-and-the-american-war-machine/

Filmmaker Tom Roche on Be More Now

Oct 6, 2021

Tune into KZYX&Z’s Be More Now program at 7pm on Thursday, October 7, when host Blake More interviews New Orleans filmmaker Tom Roche.  Currently working on a documentary about pianist Professor Longhair, Tom will share some insight into the life and motivations of this NOLA treasure, and why his wildly creative contributions have had such a lasting impact on the way New Olreans music has developed today.

The Discussion: The Move to Ukiah

Oct 5, 2021

October 4th, 2021--The Discussion is a caller-driven community open lines show. This week, Mendocino County Public Broadcasting Board President Tom Dow and KZYX General Manager Marty Durlin will join W Dan on The Discussion to answer questions about the station's purchase of a property in Ukiah, and relocating the station in a year's time.

  

Henry Giroux

Sep 15, 2021

To hear this interview with McMaster University Professor, Henry Giroux, and to find links to articles referenced or pertinent to it, click on this link: https://forthright.media/2021/09/15/henry-giroux-2/

  September 6, 2021--Corine Pearce hosts this inaugural edition of "Good Ancestors and Local Treasures" on KZYX, which will air every 1st Monday of the Month at 9am, featuring Pomo Arts and Culture.

To hear this interview with Izzy Award winning author, Todd Miller, about his latest book Build Bridges, Not Walls: A Journey to a World Without Borders, as well as to access articles pertinent to it, click on this link:

https://forthright.media/2021/09/01/todd-miller-build-bridges-not-walls-a-journey-to-a-world-without-borders/

Wednesday,  SEPTEMBER 1 at  8pm  On the next "For the Love of Reading” on Mendocino County Public Radio, KZYX&Z.    CHALLENGED and CENSORED  Linda Pack reads selections from Banned Books!     Hear what many people — over centuries — have NOT wanted you to hear!  Featured authors include:  Nicholas Copernicus, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Mark Twain, George Orwell, Ray Bradbury, AND James Joyce.   This program is in honor of Banned Books Week, an annual event sponsored each September by the American Library Assoc

*LISTEN* The Recall Election Explained: With Annie Esposito and Karen Ottoboni

Aug 31, 2021
Photo by Alicia Bales

August 30, 2021--Mendocino County voters have received their mail-in ballots for the September 14 Recall election to decide whether Governor Newsom will continue in office or be replaced. With over 45 candidates running to replace him, it is more than a Yes or No question - and confusion abounds! On this special show Karen Ottoboni and Annie Esposito work through the ins and outs, and where the money is, in this historic election.

 

Tune into KZYX&Z’s Be More Now program at 7pm on Thursday, September 2, when multi disciplined alchemist, Randolph Masters.  Masters is an award winning composer, a professional, mutli-instrumentalist musician, frequency and sacred geometry consultant, and university music teacher, and show topics include the future of healing as it pertains to music, frequency and architecture. Don’t be fooled by the heady topic, Randy and his lofty ideas are down to earth and incredibly easy to access. 

To hear this interview with Thom Hartmann about his latest book, THE HIDDEN HISTORY OF AMERICAN HEALTHCARE: WHY SICKNESS BANKRUPTS YOU AND MAKES OTHERS INSANELY RICH, to be published in early September, 2021 by Barrett-Koehler, and for links to articles by Thom Hartmann or pertinent to the interview, click on this link:  https://forthright.media/2021/08/18/thom-hartmann-the-hidden-history-of-american-healthcare-why-sickness-bankrupts-yo

Firefighter Reno Keoni Franklin on Pomo Perspective

Aug 17, 2021

August 16, 2021--Firefighter and EMT Reno Keoni Franklin, Chairman Emeritus of the Kashia Band of Pomo Indians, returns to Pomo Perspective to talk about fires, firefighting, the difference between Traditional Burning and Prescribed Burns, and the urgent need for planning to keep Native Communities safe. 

Radiogram.... playlist for 8/11/21

Aug 15, 2021

 

TWO HOURS OF MUSIC, STORY, DRAMA, & RADIO ADVENTURE EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT FROM 8 TO 10. Edit | Remove

 

 

 

THE WONDROUS WORLD OF FOOD 

     Dining in French

     Suppertime   

        on You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown - The Broadway Musical (1999 Broadway Cast)

     Lunch @ Phillipe's 

         60 Second Radio Hour

     SF School menu... 

Tune into KZYX&Z’s Be More Now program at 7pm on Thursday, August 5 when host Blake More will interview Diane Frank, editor Fog and Light: San Francisco through the Eyes of the Poets Who Live Here.  The show will be a mix of poetry and discussion, with a few of the poet contributors reading their poems. Poets include, Dan Langton, Angie Minkin, Kathryn Goldman, Gail Neuman, Alejandro Murguia and Marianne Betterly – all reading about their love for SF and its wonderful sense of place.   

To hear this interview with Rutgers University Professor of Anthropology about his latest book,  IT CAN HAPPEN HERE: White Power and the Rising Threat of Genocide in the US, click on this link:  https://forthright.media/2021/08/04/alexander-hinton-it-can-happen-here-white-power-and-the-rising-threat-of-genocide-in-the-us/

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