News

  • THIS WEEK:  The Healing Power Of Sound with David Gibson.  Sound is medicine, according to the research of David Gibson. Every person, emotion, and ailment has a tone. He explains that we can use frequency to match or cancel out a negative vibration, or meet a negative emotion more easily. He discusses the process of finding a sound that best expresses an emotion, and letting it out, like we did as babies.

  • THIS WEEK:  Howard Zinn – Second Thoughts on the First Amendment.  “Congress shall make no law…abridging freedom of speech.” There it is, plain and simple:  The First Amendment to the Constitution. But since 9/11 that amendment has been under sustained attack. Whistleblowers John Kiriakou, Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning, Edward Snowden, and others are hounded, threatened and imprisoned by the U.S. government.  This classic Zinn program from our archives offers a fascinating and compelling account of past and present efforts to secure and expand political and social rights for workers, women and African-Americans.

  • KSER SPECIAL:  THE CAPITAL STEPS; POLITICS TAKES A HOLIDAY. 

    This Fourth of July weekend, celebrate your political independence by making fun of politic with the Capital Steps. You don’t need to be your own publicist to proclaim laughter is exactly what this election needs!  The Capitol Steps risks it all by poking fun at The Donald, chiding Hillary and baiting Bernie, all in the quest for a few cheap laughs.  With this much material, one hour might not be long enough.

    SOUND LIVING RETURNS NEXT WEEK

  • THIS WEEK:  Mississippi Delta; Asian-American Immigration Stories.  On the next Travel with Rick Steves, Anna Piperato tells us how the Palio horse race is a high point of summertime in Tuscany.  Author Richard Grant shares road trip recommendations for a pilgrimage to the birthplace of the blues in the Mississippi Delta.  And Erika Lee explains the impact that newcomers from Asia are making on the USA.

  • 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

 

  • Host Doc Melton serves up late night electronica for insomniacs.

  • Want to get your global groove on?  You can do it on Passport, every Friday at 7pm.  Join Leilani for your entry to the countries of the world through the fusion of modern & traditional sounds.

  • Friday nights at 8:30pm, Join Henry J for a sonic punch to the face (and some rants) on The Stereo Wire. All the best in alternative & punk that you won't hear other places on your radio dial!

  • Lose yourself in the Tunnel - a program dedicated to independent electronic music. You'll hear experimental, ambient, trip hop, drum & bass, and underground works by producers from around the world. and alternate hosting duties Friday nights at 10pm. The Tunnel is open!

  • Saturdays at 7am, the Academy of Comedy curriculum is strictly for laughs with vintage radio comedy, humorous songs, and general silliness. You'll be schooled in the classics, like Abbot & Costello, Bob & Ray, Bob Newhart, Rodney Dangerfield and Jerry Seinfeld. Join headmaster Ed Gasperini, and sometimes cohost Nigel, for two hours of good fun, ribald songs, and amusing oddities.