KSER News

New Dimensions - Sun 6am

THIS WEEK:  The Exploration of the Rainbow Body and the Resurrection of Jesus with Father Francis Tiso, Ph.D.  The Rainbow Body is the dissolution of the material body at death. In many schools of Buddhism it is considered to be the most significant attainment. Father Tiso’s main spiritual teacher suggested that he travel to Tibet to gather eye-witness accounts of the dissolution of the body of Kenpo A Chö Rinpoche, who died in 1998.

Alternative Radio - Sun 7am

THIS WEEK:  Thomas Frank – Hey Liberal, Listen Up.  The ironies, agonies and hypocrisies in the U.S. political system are in high-relief during a presidential election year. The role of big money undermines the integrity of one person, one vote. And another thing that the primaries have made abundantly clear: a two-party monopoly snuffs out populist uprisings and credible third party challenges. Thomas Frank is a prominent political commentator and the founding editor of The Baffler magazine. 

Sound Living (Rebroadcast From Fri 4pm) - Sun 8am

THIS WEEK:  My Name is Petar Babic from the village of Sovjak.  Aleksander Babic is a Snohomish resident.  He is a former diplomat, advocate for education, and amateur painter.  He is also the author of a graphic novel, “My Name is Petar Babic,” which tells the story of his father and grandmother’s experiences under the Nazi’s in Bosnia during the Second World War.  Here the tale of Petar Babic from the village of Sovjak and how the author came to live in Snohomish.

Travel with Rick Steves - Sun 9am

THIS WEEK:  Joanna Lumley's Nile; Open Phones: Fantastic Travels.  On this week's Travel with Rick Steves, actress Joanna Lumley details her fabulous four-thousand mile trek up the Nile River. We'll hear how the personality of the Nile changes from Cairo to Luxor, Sudan to Lake Victoria, and about the sights she saw and people she met along the way. Plus, listeners share surprises they encountered on their own memorable adventures around the world.

Democracy Now! Special - 5-7am, 7-9am

Democracy Now! expands to two daily hour broadcasts during the 2016 Democratic National Convention 7/25-28. Amy Goodman and the Democracy Now! crew will travel to Philadelphia to report from the streets, to the suites, to the convention floor.