Another episode of "Papermill Tales" with Glen David Gold and a West Marin author. Gold introduces the
author who then reads an excerpt from his/her West Marin-based story.
Molly Gileswill be the 4th
contributor to Papermill Tales.
5:00 PM - Open House: Teja Gerken and Eric Skye
Musicians Teja Gerken and Eric Skye perform at the Acoustic Guitar Showcase at the Sleeping Lady in Fairfax this evening. They chat with Amanda, and play live on-air.
Thursday, December 12
12:00 PM - Attunement with Anthony Wright
Anthony Wright interviews theoretical physicist Jonathan Halliwell of Imperial College, London. Professor Halliwell's specialty is the asymmetry of time; his doctoral committee chair was Stephen Hawking. They discuss classical and quantum physics phenomena, along with the Schröedinger wave equation. Recently a co-presenter at the Mesa Refuge with Brian Swimme, Professor Halliwell's comments are very accessible for anyone interested in how these ideas are relevant to our everyday lives.
2:00 PM - Classical Thursday
Santiago hosts Chris McKhool, producer of "Symphony!", the newest
CD from the group Sultans of String.
8:30 PM - Running with Scissors
New Music Show Hosted by Mike Varley.
Friday, December 13
10:00 AM - Turning Pages
Jeff Hickey talks with Katie Eberle about, and reads from,
his new novel Scary, Man. "As a professional
storyteller and teacher, Griffin Donnelley has a mesmerizing way with words. In
fact, it has enabled him to cut quite a swath through the small towns in
California where he teaches in schools and performs in bookstores and town
halls. Nonetheless, he just can't seem to catch a break, and is chugging along
in his Camry from gig to gig, heading straight for utter burnout. Is there
still time to reroute his faltering existence, or is his future looking
decidedly scary? Droll and dead-on in its sizing up of contemporary culture,
Scary, Man is author Jeffrey Hickey's wry and singular story of one man, his
wife, and their daughter. Together, they embrace a new normal at the turn of
the twenty-first century in America, while trying their hardest in the land of
the free, and the home of the afraid...."
1:00 PM - Peace Paradigm Radio
With Stephanie Van Hook and
Michael Nagler. Today's guest is Rivera
Sun, author of The Dandelion
Insurrection-love and revolution. Nonviolence is not passivity or inaction.
It is active, courageous, and requires skill and strategy. Intrigued? Join us
for another episode of Peace Paradigm Radio for all the nonviolence that's not
fit to print, including nonviolence in the news, a resistance report, and a
conversation with Rivera.
Sunday, December 15
4:00 PM - Learnin' Kirven
Brian Kirven hosts Kathy Evans, a Marin Poet in the Schools.
8:00 PM - L.A. Theater Works
Tonight: "The Picture of Dorian Gray" by Oscar Wilde. Terry McCabe and Jeffrey Ortmann co-direct Steve Jurgens, Jim
Ortleib.In this dramatization of
Oscar Wilde's masterpiece, a beguiling young man named Dorian Gray becomes the
subject of a striking portrait. As Gray's narcissism awakens, he embraces a
lifestyle of hedonism and casual cruelty. And as he's consumed by his own
vanity, he faces the shocking truth about his inner self.
The show includes a conversation with Wilde expert Nicholas
Frankel, editor of The Picture of Dorian Gray: An
Annotated, Uncensored Edition.
Monday, December 16
4:00 PM - Youth DJ Project
Part 3 from Tomales High School Radio.
6:30 PM - Release Me
Michael McQuilkin will promote the
upcoming Family Music Hour that happens at the San Geronimo Valley Community
Center on Saturday, December 21.
Wednesday, December 18
8:00 AM - Swimming Upstream
Another "Papermill Tales" with author Glen David Gold and five different
West Marin writers. Gold introduces the writer, who then reads an excerpt from
their West Marin based story. Author Molly Giles is today's contributor.