Locally Produced Programming on KWMR
For the 50th anniversary of the Point Reyes National Seashore, park interpreter Loretta Farley presents some of the large collection of recordings from the PRNS archives.
Conversations with flexible, creative, uncommon guests.
Peace Paradigm Radio explores the power of active nonviolence. Nonviolence is not passivity or inaction; it is what Gandhi called the "greatest power at the disposal of humankind," and what Dr. King called "love in action."
Through inspiration for daily living, current events, history, storytelling and conversations with individuals and organizations who are putting nonviolence principles into practice we weave a complex and more complete vision of humanity's potential for good, despite the negative messages from the corporate mass media.
From this tapestry emerges, week by week, a vindication of our shared human dignity, the basis upon which we are empowered to live out our highest values and build the beloved community.
An exploration, through interviews, of conflict resolution and mediation practices.
Beginning October 31, 2013 Susan moves to every other Thursday, 8-10 am.
Philosopher Jacob Needleman hosts guests on the 1st Wednesday of the month, 1-2 pm. New Time
Find archives on Epicenter.
"Politics 101" is part of the Epicenter series, Wednesdays 1-2 pm, and airs on 3rd Wednesdays of the month.
For archives, see Epicenter.
2nd and 4th Mondays, part of the "West Marin Matters" series.
On Post Carbon Radio Bing Gong and Bernie Stephan explore the ways in which we can and must "power down," in a new era, that is no longer exploiting our fellow humans and ecosystems. We believe in building up our community resilience, expecting further economic collapse, in the face of abrupt climate change, the end of cheap oil, the unprecedented depletion of our natural resources and possible mass extinction on our planet.
To listen to archives of Post-Carbon shows, go to the KWMR page for West Marin Matters, and choose the desired date.
See their blog: http://postcarbon.podomatic.com/
Every other Tuesday......Sometimes, Jan Broek joins in.
New music in the Americana vein.
Devon and Retro Rock Hour move to every other Monday, 9-10 am, starting September 8, 2014. Music show archives are available for 14 days.
"Close your eyes. Settle back in your favorite lounge chair. And prepare to be rocked to your core by the "Retro Rock Hour." From Aerosmith to Zeppelin—and all the rollicking ABCs of rock in between—the sounds are sure to thrill rock 'n rollers of all ages."