Program Showcase

Kirsten Swinth - FEMINISM'S FORGOTTEN FIGHT

Dec 4, 2018

To hear this interview with Fordham U. History Professor, Kirsten Swinth, about her book FEMINISM’S FORGOTTEN FIGHT: THE UNFINISHED STRUGGLE FOR WORK AND FAMILY, click on this link:

https://forthright.media/2018/12/04/kirsten-swinth-feminisms-forgotten-fight/

 

Be More Now to Feature Author Sarah Reith

Dec 3, 2018

Tune into KZYX&Z’s Be More Now program at 7pm on Thursday, December 6 when host Blake More turns the microphone around and interviews KZYX programmer Sarah Reith. They’ll be talking about Reith’s debut novel “A Schedule of Drugs in the Valley of Death,” a critically acclaimed and compelling window into the life of young woman who finds her voice amid the characters and cultural patchwork that is Mendocino County. 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

Episode 3: David Raitt

Dec 3, 2018
Contributed by David Raitt

November 29, 2018 -- In our third episode of Promise of Paradise back to the land oral histories of Mendocino County, we'll hear from David Raitt, of Udder Truth Dairy and Lumber Company, the Yurt People, and, of course, Hansen and Raitt. He shares stories of building yurts, demolishing an old high school in Ukiah, and the math teacher who inspired him. We'll also hear some of the highlights from his performing career, which include singing "Who is Your Guru" for a crowd of drunk realtors and standing on his head in front of a crowd from sheer delight.

Special Report On Homelessness Consultant

Dec 1, 2018

May 18, 2018 — Today, we’re kicking of a special series on homelessness in Mendocino County with a look at Dr. Robert Marbut, a consultant whose recommendations about addressing homelessness were recently accepted by the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors and the Ukiah City Council.

A Place To Call Home: Chris and Cheri

Nov 30, 2018

May 31-- This is the first in a weekly series of interviews with people about their experiences being homeless in Mendocino County. We'll air it every Thursday afternoon at 1:30pm.

The two people we'll hear in the first episode talk about how they found themselves living on the street, the greatest dangers of homelessness, and their day-to-day lives.

I am grateful to everyone who has shared their stories and their time with me. 

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