Program Showcase

KZYX Takes On The World: Army Maj. Danny Sjursen Rips US Wars, Self-image, Hypocrisy

Sep 13, 2017

On the Wednesday 13 September 2017 edition of KZYX Takes on the World, host Jeff Blankfort interviewed US Army Major Danny Sjursen, a veteran of Afghanistan and Iraq wars who is still on active duty at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. 

Listen to the full interview by clicking here.

this week on Radiogram

Sep 9, 2017

Lots of ZBS this week & Paul McHugh, author of The Blind Pool, will join me in the studio to talk about his new book.

Wednesday night, 9/13  from 8 to 10 PM

I will be posting links to many of my online audio sources on this program page so that you can listen back or ahead and so that you can check out other work by the creators.

ZBS links:

   ZBS home page

   2 Minute Film Noir

Alma Latina BRASIL with "S" Special Sep 9th

Sep 7, 2017

Celebrating Brazilian Independence Day, Alma Latina September 9th is going to be a Brazilian Special show.

The new artists, new voices, that represent the Brazilian Music New Generation of the brazilian music.

Here is the playlist, ENJOY!!!

Alma Latina (Music) with Aline 09/09/2017 03:00PM to 05:00PM

03:00PM-03:03PM (3:30) Luisa Maita “Vai Chorar” composed by Luisa Maita from Fio da Memória on cumbancha

Photograph: Steve Helber / /AP

To hear this show, click on the link to the Forthright Radio website: https://forthrightradio.wordpress.com/2017/09/06/mark-bray-anti-fa-the-anti-fascist-handbook/

Jeffrey Parker

KZYX Radio's Roots and All show had the pleasure on Tuesday of airing a live studio interview with singer-guitarist Brooks Forsyth, an American musician and songwriter from Boone, North Carolina. 

Forsyth's musical style encompasses a variety of genres, particularly within Americana: folk, country blues, bluegrass, and roots-rock; along with components of Jazz and Contemporary Rock. He has a large repertoire of original songs and a versatile guitar style consisting of both flatpicking and finger-picking.

How do you talk about cannabis with your children? Does "Just Say No" work? What are the best and most recent studies on the impacts of long-term teen cannabis use on the brain? Are kids in the Emerald Triangle more at risk for drug dependence or addiction than children elsewhere in California?

What's happening in the North Pacific Ocean?

Aug 10, 2017

In the last three years, we've had El Niño, "The Blob," and when they merged, “El Blobiño!”  Those conditions led to the Wreck of the Cassin's Auklet, the Domoic Acid outbreak that wiped out the Dungeness Crab season, the collapse of the Kelp forests, and more.  On The Ecology Hour, we talk with Dr. William Sydeman of The Farallon Institute and get an update on what has happened and what we can expect going forward. 

This show aired on Tuesday August 8, and is available for streaming or download from the KZYX Jukebox.

Jay Riestenberg: Article V Convention of States

Aug 5, 2017

Jay Riestenberg is Campaigns & States Media Strategist for Common Cause, a nonpartisan grassroots organization founded in 1970 dedicated to upholding the core values of American democracy. They are opposed to an Article V Constitutional Convention of the States, which has never been convened since 1787. Organizations, such as the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) & the Tea Party, along with billionaires such as the Koch brothers & The Mercer family have already garnered 27 of the 34 state legislatures required for such a convention to be called.

Mendocino Works, a KZYX public affairs program that explores the startup and nurture of sustainable local enterprises, looks in this episode at a seemingly 21st century topic that surely applies to startups and ongoing businesses alike: The use of data and technology to build customer loyalty and engagement and to drive sales and services.

Friday July 14th at 9 a.m. Pacific daylight time on Politics: A Love Story, Bob Bushansky interviews Douglas Holtz-Eakin, former director of the Congressional Budget Office and current president of the American Action Forum policy institute, a conservative think tank. They discuss a study that Holtz-Eakin oversaw during his CBO tenure from 2003 to 2005 that concluded that tax cuts to stimulate the economy usually do not pay for themselves and actually lose the economy 50-70 cents for each dollar cut.

What’s the fastest, most efficient route from farm to table?

On Forthright Radio (July 5, 2017) Joy talked with Julian Brave Noisecat, Native American journalist, scholar and activist, discusses the latest on the Dakota Access Pipeline, and more.

In the second segment. with Doug Peacock, naturalist and author abut the delisting of the grizzly bear as an endangered species, as well as Montana exports: Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and convicted journalist assaulter, newly elected Congressman Greg Gianforte (Jee-ann-FORT'-ay).  

Hear the show here.

On Friday June 16, 2017, Politics: A Love Story host Bob Bushansky interviewed Ruth Greenwood, an attorney with The Campaign Legal Center who is part of the legal team representing plaintiffs in Gill v Whitford, a major legal challenge to an alleged case of political gerrymandering in Wisconsion.

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