News

  • THIS WEEK:  Helping Teenagers to Find Their Inner Guide with Kelly and Tom Shelstad.  Adolescence is a time of great ferment and change. Kelly and Tom Shelstad offer wilderness programs and other activities that have proven to be of help to young people and their families as they traverse the treacherous waters from childhood to adulthood in a way that supports self-esteem and self-knowledge.

  • THIS WEEK:  Stephen Cohen - Reheating the Cold War.  Hardliners in Washington goaded by the military-industrial complex have vilified and demonized Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin. The media follows in lock step. A reheated Cold War with a new arms race and the catastrophic dangers of hot war are the last things humanity and the planet needs. Stephen Cohen, regarded as one of the foremost experts on Russia, is author of many books including Soviet Fates and Lost Alternatives: From Stalinism to the New Cold War.

  • THIS WEEK:  Emergency Preparedness.  From the coming “big” earthquake to power outages to a house fire, being prepared for an emergency is more than half the battle. The City of Everett is prepared, are you? What about  family pets, medicine, food and water supplies? Join the conversation with Brent Strainer, Interim Director, and Sarah LaVelle, Emergency Planning and Operations Coordinator, with the Everett Office of Emergency Management for answers to these and any other questions about how to be prepared for the next emergency.

  • THIS WEEK:  Saigon; David Suchet; Open Phones: Travel Plans.  British actor David Suchet helps us understand the importance of this year's 500-year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Travel writer Dave Fox tells us what he likes about living in Saigon. And listeners get Rick's advice for making the most of their European travel plans for the year ahead.

  • Democracy Now! is a daily progressive, nonprofit, independently syndicated news hour that airs on more than 1,250 radio, television, satellite and cable TV networks around the globe. Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez host. Heard at 5am, 7am and 5pm.

Music

 

  • Every Sunday 4am-6am on KSER (a repeat of Tuesday's show), join  Chris Wartes, with the best in 20th & 21st Generation Classical Music.  Tell a friend about Classical Edge on KSER, they can visit our website at www.kser.org.  

  • Each week, Beale Street Caravan brings the Sounds of Memphis to an international public radio audience. Live, concert performances from contemporary masters of blues, soul, folk, and rock n roll. The program is hosted by Pat Mitchell-Worley and Kevin Cubbins, with feature segments from industry insiders, writers, and musicologists.

  • Jump on board the Bluegrass Express with Ann or Miss Nicolette as they take you back to the hills and hollers where rural country music began. Each host has her own favorite stops along the way, guiding you through the range and beauty of bluegrass and old-time music.  All aboard the Bluegrass Express!

  • Host John McAlpine takes you though our country's rich heritage each week with a mix of history and music on Made in the U.S.A. Learn about legendary American figures like John Henry and Casey Jones as John digs deep for original recordings celebrating these rugged and heroic individuals.

  • Let the Floating World carry you across a sea of sounds from around the world Sundays at 3pm. Rotating hosts guide you through a mix of  music from cultures, places, and eras beyond your own experience.  The Floating World is your ticket to adventure--and maybe a little paradise.