Alternative Radio - Sun 7am

THIS WEEK:   Chris Hedges - Captain Ahab & U.S. Empire.  The U.S. has a seemingly obsessive drive for control of oil and other resources and a relentless hunger for profits. To achieve its goals, it is garrisoning the globe with military bases and has an arrogant disregard for the environment. We continue to ignore all warnings as to the destruction we are wreaking on the planet. Chris Hedges is an award-winning journalist who has covered wars in the Balkans, the Middle East and Central America. He writes a weekly column for Truthdig.org and is a senior fellow at The Nation Institute.

New Dimensions - Sun 8am

THIS WEEK:   Walking The Four-Fold Way with Angeles Arrien, Ph.D.  Angeles Arrien gathered wisdom from an enormous variety of indigenous cultures from around the world, distilling it into four paths of wise, effective action—”showing up, paying attention, telling the truth and being unattached to the outcome.”  Angeles Arrien, Ph.D. (1940-2014) was an anthropologist, educator, and a consultant to the medical, academic, and corporate communities worldwide.

Global Griot - Sun 9am

A griot is an African storyteller who shares and preserves the culture of his people by passing along the myths, wisdom and heritage to others. Our Global Griot program expands that task world wide, bringing the stories, music, poetry, culture and myths of the world’s cultures to you, Sundays at 9am.

The Takeaway - Mon 3pm

The Takeaway is a national news program that delivers news and analysis that helps you make sense of the world you live in. Host John Hockenberry, along with The New York Times and WGBH Boston, invite listeners to be part of the American conversation.

Sound Living - Mon 4pm

A magazine for your ears with a focus on North Puget Sound. The program brings a daily offering of local commentary, national perspectives, Snohomish and Island county events, people and stories into your car and radio. From environmental issues to political discussions to interesting ideas and people, Sound Living is a look at the places we call “home.”