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  • Chicano Batman Performs New Material Live on World Cafe – Thursday at 2pm

    Chicano Batman Performs New Material Live on World Cafe – Thursday at 2pm

    The Los Angeles band Chicano Batman set out to evolve with their latest collection of songs called Invisible People. The sound of the record is big, filled with hooks, and showcases multiple influences. And to get that sound, they enlisted the help of engineer Sean Everett – and maybe got a little inspiration from hanging out with him and Brittany Howard while she was finishing her solo album. We’ll hear about that connection today, plus live recordings of some of the new tracks. Coming up, on the next World Cafe with host Stephen Kallao. World Cafe airs weekdays at 2:00 pm Read More
  • How New York City Coped with the 20,000 Dead Bodies from COVID-19 on Fresh Air – Thursday at 4pm  

    How New York City Coped with the 20,000 Dead Bodies from COVID-19 on Fresh Air – Thursday at 4pm  

    On the next Fresh Air, how New York City struggled to cope with the bodies of twenty thousand people who died from Covid-19 over a two-month period. Time Magazine reporter W. J. Hennigan says overwhelmed undertakers, medical examiners and national guard troops worked around the clock - collecting and stacking corpses in refrigerated trailers and burying many in paupers’ graves. 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 for your favorite mobile device. Find our Read More
  • The National Conversation with All Things Considered – Weekdays at 6pm

    The National Conversation with All Things Considered – Weekdays at 6pm

    Each weekday, the 6:00 pm hour of All Things Considered will generate and respond to the national conversation around the COVID-19 outbreak with audience call-outs and social media sourcing. Each program will also include newsmaker interviews and content from NPR reporters. You can submit your questions at npr.org/nationalconversation. We'll also be on social media with the hashtag #nprconversation. Or, submit your question here. Read More
  • Join Michelle Stewart for a Social Mix of Safely Distant Musical Delights on Connections - Thursday at 7pm

    Join Michelle Stewart for a Social Mix of Safely Distant Musical Delights on Connections - Thursday at 7pm

      Thursday nights 7:00-9:00 pm Hosted by Michelle Stewart   Listen to Connections with Michelle Stewart Thursday nights, 7 pm - 9 pm. Michelle plays a wide variety of music spanning many decades and styles. It's not uncommon to hear Patsy Cline and Bruno Mars in the same show. Occasionally Connections follows a theme for two hours, and other times it's a fun surprise. Michelle Stewart started her radio career in Seattle in the year 2000. Her first job was at 103.7 The Mountain and she's worked at multiple stations in Sonoma County. Michelle's favorite artists are Tom Waits, Willie Nelson, Read More
  • Ric on the Radio Presents a Soft Rock Extravaganza - Thursday at 9pm

    Ric on the Radio Presents a Soft Rock Extravaganza - Thursday at 9pm

    This week, two hours of just what the doctor ordered: soothing, calming soft rock hits and album cuts. Ambrosia, Bread, Boz Scaggs, Dr. Hook, Firefall, Toto, Christopher Cross, Al Stewart, Steely Dan, Roberta Flack, Hall & Oates and much more. Ric on the Radio can be heard every 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month at 9:00 pm on KRCB-FM Radio 91 / streaming @ norcalpublicmedia.org / Download the FREE KRCB App @ iTunes & Google Play! Find our complete programming schedule here. (Photo: Ambrosia, Biggest Part of Me cover art – Fair Use) Read More
  • CJ Chenier Live from Caffè Lena on Art of the Song – Thursday at 11pm

    CJ Chenier Live from Caffè Lena on Art of the Song – Thursday at 11pm

    This week on Art of the Song will be rocking your house with a LIVE from Caffè Lena show featuring The Crown Prince of Zydeco CJ Chenier and The Red Hot Louisiana Band. CJ talked with Viv about his family legacy and what lives at the heart of Zydeco. In the second half of the show John rekindles the Creativity Corner with a segment from his book The 2020 Creativity Solution. Published in 2010, John’s book is the culmination of what he’s learned from all the creative minds we’ve talked with here on the Show. It brings us full circle Read More
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