THANKS everyone for a great FAR WEST FEST! See you next year!
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Wednesday, July 30
8:00 AM - Swimming Upstream
Amanda converses with Dave Gray, Senior Producer at BBC Radio
Orkney in Kirkwall. Tune in to hear more about rural island radio overseas. Chloe Cook from West Marin Senior Services
discusses the new expanded volunteer center for WMSS and the Holstein Hundred
Thursday, July 31
12:00 PM - Commonweal Conversations
From theArchetypal Psychology Series: "Getting
to Know James Hillman" with biographer Dick Russell, in conversation with
Michael Lerner. Psychologist Hillman (1926-2011) is the founder of
the field of archetypal psychology.
4:00 PM - Airwaves
Vickisa hosts LaRhonda Bucciarelli, box artist
extraordinaire. She is responsible for the website about the Box show and last
year her Box received the highest bidding. Other Box artists will also talk
about this year's show, opening August 1st at Gallery Route One in Point Reyes
5:00 PM - Epicenter
Katie Eberle hosts Amy Trainer, director of Environmental
Action Committee of West Marin.
Friday, August 1
8:00 AM - The Friday Guide
Join Katie as she hosts "Splendor All Around" -- a
busload of musicians playing tiny shows up and down the coast this August. The bus
is coming to Gospel Flat on August 6, to outer Tomales on August 7, and to Clear
Lake on August 8
1:00 PM - The Local Organon
NEW DAY & TIME With
Charles Schultz, Paul Elmore and Paul Fenn. Political and cultural news and
Saturday, August 2
9:00 AM - Original Minds
Guest host Howard Dillon
interviews musician Molly Maguire.
11:00 AM - The Place We Live
Host Marc Matheson welcomes
for conversation two guests from Spirit Rock Meditation Center: Erica Harrold, Director of
Communications and Technology andAnne
Cushman, director of the Mindfulness Yoga and Meditation Training.
Anne is a pioneer in the integration of creative expression, yoga, and Buddhist
Sunday, August 3
9:00 AM - Sunday Celebration of Gospel
Once a month KWMR offers three hours of African American
gospel music, selected and hosted by Marc Matheson.
8:00 PM - L.A. Theatre Works
Tonight is "On the
Waterfront" written byBudd Schulberg;
directed by Rosalind Ayres; starring Bruce Davison, Jeffrey Donovan, Hector
Elizondo, Rebecca Pidgeon.
ex-prizefighter faces a crushing dilemma: should he rat out a corrupt union
boss or keep silent while others suffer? It's an iconic story of corruption and
redemption, in the stage adaptation of Budd Schulberg's "On the Waterfront."The broadcast includes a 2002
interview with Budd Schulberg.
Monday, August 4
1:00 PM - Ocean Currents
With Jennifer Stock, Education and Outreach Coordinator at Cordell Bank
National Marine Sanctuary.
4:00 PM - Youth DJ Project
NEW TIMEMichael Dunn hosts YDP every other week.
5:00 PM - Epicenter: West Marin Issues
NEW SERIES Epicenter
brings local and regional public/cultural affairs up to four days
a week - Monday through Thursday, just ahead of the news program "As It Happens."
6:30 PM - Release Me
DeNatale joins Amanda on Release Me. Jesse will be performing at
Toby's Feed Barn in Point Reyes Station on Sunday, July 11 as a benefit for the
Powell-Porrata family. Joining Jesse DeNatale will be Jonathan Richman and
Tommy Powell. Tune in to learn more...
Tuesday, August 5
12:30 PM - Making Contact
NEW TIME 12:30 - 1 PM every Tuesday.
1:00 PM - Climate One
NEW TIME 1-2 PM every Tuesday.
4:00 PM - Youth DJ Project
Duncan Jackson hosts every other week.
Wednesday, August 6
12:00 PM - Moyers & Company
NEW TIME 12 - 12:30 pm every Wednesday.
5:00 PM - Epicenter
NEW SERIES Epicenter brings you local affairs four days a week.
Joan Corbett and Pacific Empire Chorus based in Sonoma County, come in to the studio.
Host Robin Carpenter was in conversation with Elizabeth Hill who is the
owner and operator of West Marin Food & Farm Tours, which has made it
possible for folks to explore West Marin’s food, farms and history for the past
two years. She’s a certified Natural Chef, a UC Master Gardener, a Stanford
graduate, and a credentialed teacher with a Masters degree in Education. A fascinating discussion about how all of
these talents and skills came together in a surprising manner to combine with her
passions for food, gardening, education, and travel resulting in her unique
culinary tour company of West Marin where she spent much of her childhood
exploring and is her heart’s home. What happened around the Gold Rush that
wiped out the oysters in SF Bay? How did Marin Cheese Company provide the
breakfast of champions to dock workers then? Listen in and find out!
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