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Mumford and Sons Give a Stripped-Down Live Performance on World Cafe – Today at 2 pm

A decade ago, the British folk-rock band Mumford and Sons became international sensations with their debut, Sigh No More, and have continued to release award-winning albums and headline world tours. When they recently returned to the studio to make 2018’s Delta, they brought with them a lot of personal changes. Lead singer Marcus Mumford and keyboard player Ben Lovett join host Talia Schlanger today to talk about the divorce, two births, and a death that fed into their new music, and we’ll...

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Writer, naturalist and activist Terry Tempest Williams asks “Can we love ourselves, each other and the Earth enough to change?” She invokes our deepest humanity to honor and protect the wilderness that’s the cauldron of evolution – and of our own imagination. “Our power lies in the love of our homelands,” she tells us in this eloquent, heartfelt tour-de-force, and protecting the wild requires bringing democracy home.

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We catch up with British food star Nigella Lawson about the philosophy of life and home cooking. Plus we find out if coffee causes cancer, we’ll meet Pakistan's Martha Stewart, also, how to make a good pisto and quick yogurt sauce.

Milk Street Radio can be heard Sunday nights at 7:00 pm on KRCB-FM. / streaming @ norcalpublicmedia.org / Comcast channel 961 throughout the Bay Area / Download the FREE KRCB App @ iTunes & Google Play!

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In some ways, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was murdered twice. First by an assassin’s bullet in Memphis and then by killing his revolutionary message. Today, King is largely remembered with special holiday sales. His vision of radical revolution muted. He posed a special threat to the power structure. It was one thing to demand desegregation of lunch counters and quite another when in his Beyond Vietnam speech he called for: “a radical redistribution of economic and political power . . . a revolution of values . . .

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We often forget to say the words "thank you." But can those two words change how you -- and those around you -- look at the world? This week, TED speakers on the power of gratitude and appreciation.

Hear TED Radio Hour Sunday mornings at 9:00 am on KRCB-FM. / streaming @ norcalpublicmedia.org / Comcast channel 961 throughout the Bay Area / Download the FREE KRCB App @ iTunes & Google Play!

This week, amazing stories of people searching for their own salvation:

There was a legend in central Maine, about a hermit who had lived in the woods, unseen, for 30 years.  Then, in 2013, the police arrested a man named Christopher Knight.

Also, Glynn finds a cheap place to spend the summer… at a halfway house.

Tara Westover's memoir Educated is about growing up in rural Idaho, where she didn't go to school, and never saw a doctor while her family stored food and weapons for a confrontation with the government.  Educated was on several best book lists for 2018. On the next Fresh Air, Westover tells Dave about growing up, getting a Ph.D, and coming to terms with her background. Join us.

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A decade ago, the British folk-rock band Mumford and Sons became international sensations with their debut, Sigh No More, and have continued to release award-winning albums and headline world tours. When they recently returned to the studio to make 2018’s Delta, they brought with them a lot of personal changes. Lead singer Marcus Mumford and keyboard player Ben Lovett join host Talia Schlanger today to talk about the divorce, two births, and a death that fed into their new music, and we’ll hear a stripped-down live performance. That’s coming up, on the next World Cafe.

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At his inauguration two years ago, Donald Trump promised voters a long list of things he would do as president. As he completes his second year in office, we check the President's progress. Trump at the two-year mark on the next Morning Edition.

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The recent winter storm to hit Sonoma County caused some flooding and road closures. Strong winds also toppled trees, taking out power lines, and leaving some homes and businesses in the dark. Unfortunately, our transmitter site in Geyserville also suffered damage from the strong winds, causing a disruption our 91.1 FM broadcast signal.

Our engineers are exploring repair options and will have us back on the air as soon as possible.

Special guest Nicole Marden joins Jon Gonzales for a raindroppin' easy listening night on KRCB's North Bay Songwriters Radio Show. Stream www.krcb.org or tune in and listen this amazingly emergent songstress weave her tunes live, as well as muse on about her musical happenings in the area.

To boot, songs will be slung, our locals will be roaming the worldwide webs, and lullabies and counting sheep will caress the night all the way from Kate Wolf to Tom Waits, and all the North Bay scene's goodness in between.

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