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  • Why Affordable Housing is a New Democratic Campaign Issue on Morning Edition - Tuesday at 6am

    Why Affordable Housing is a New Democratic Campaign Issue on Morning Edition - Tuesday at 6am

    Democrats running for president are making a campaign issue out of an unexpected topic: affordable housing. How candidates are trying to tap into a growing national concern - and a potential voting bloc - to win the 20-20 nomination on the next Morning Edition from NPR News. Morning Edition from NPR News airs weekday mornings from 6:00 am - 9:00 am on KRCB-FM Radio 91 / streaming @ norcalpublicmedia.org / Download the FREE KRCB App @ iTunes & Google Play! Read More
  • Queer Country Musician Orville Peck on World Cafe – Tuesday at 2pm

    Queer Country Musician Orville Peck on World Cafe – Tuesday at 2pm

    Orville Peck makes country music in the spirit of the standards he grew up with, from Johnny Cash, to Merle Haggard, and Dolly Parton, but mixed in are other influences from his youth, like new wave and punk. Since his debut earlier this year, he's gained attention for his persona – always disguised in a lone ranger mask – and also for his forthright storytelling about same-sex love. Orville joins host Stephen Kallao today to talk about his varied musical influences and the response he’s received as a queer country musician. Plus, a live performance. On the next World Cafe. World Cafe Read More
  • Washington Post Investigative Reporter Michael Kranish on Fresh Air – Tuesday at 4pm

    Washington Post Investigative Reporter Michael Kranish on Fresh Air – Tuesday at 4pm

    On the next Fresh Air–The story of America’s first black sports hero: Major Taylor. He broke racial barriers by becoming the world’s fastest and most famous cyclist at the height of the Jim Crow Era. Our guest will be Washington post investigative reporter, Michael Kranish, author of a new about Major Taylor called “The World’s Faster Man”.  Join Us. Fresh Air can be heard weekdays at 4:00 pm on KRCB-FM (and again at 12:00 am Tuesday through Friday)! / streaming @ norcalpublicmedia.org / Listen on the FREE KRCB Mobile App which you can download from the App Store & Google Play (Photo: Micheal Read More
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Civilians Who Tested Agent Orange Now Sick, Dying: Podcast

This year, our news team won three awards from the Public Media Journalists Association, formerly known as PRNDI. This week, we’re highlighting those stories. Living Downstream: The Environmental Justice Podcast, won first place in its category. In this excerpt, Reporter Jon Kalish talks to the civilian workers at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida who tested Agent Orange there during the Vietnam War. When the government settled with veterans exposed to this pesticide, these workers were left…

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