North Bay Public Media

Jody Domingue

Monday 2/6 - 11am: from Austin, Paul Cauthen

Wednesday 2/8: CD releases from Oddjob Ensemble

and Dixie Giants 

When we go online, we present a digital version of ourselves. How do we transform when we interact inside our screens? In this episode, TED speakers explore the expanding role of our “second selves.”  

This month on A Novel Idea: 
 

Elite North Koreans struggle to protect themselves and their families in the face of a paraonoid, tyrannical regime in award winning journalist, Paul H.B. Shin’s espionage thriller, Half Life. Suzanne M. Lang talks with Shin about the novel, set in 1997, during the period when famine was devastating North Korea and there were a series of high profile defections. 
 

  Sunday evening at 6 pm, Nancy Wang returns to Mouthful to talk about this year's upcoming Redwood Empire Chinese Association Lunar New Year Celebration, and Evan Wiig stops by to talk about the Barn Raiser and Dancing taking place at Shone Farm.

 

  This week on Milk Street Radio, we get up close and personal with Nigella Lawson. “You know the whole guilt thing I never quite get,” says Lawson. “One of the things I’m asked most often when I’m interviewed is, 'What is your guilty pleasure?' And I get rather prissy and I always say to everyone, 'Look, if you feel guilty about pleasure, you don’t deserve to have pleasure.” Also on today's show, we make a quick Tuesday night meal with Lidia Bastianich and bring you a revolutionary approach to foolproof pie dough.

Join Brian on the Radio Friday morning, February 3rd, in the 11:00 am hour when recording artist, Forestville native, former American Idol contestant, and all-around good guy, David Luning stops by!

 

This week on REVEAL:

In 1988, two powerful explosions shook Kansas City, Missouri, killing six firefighters. Nine years later, five people were convicted of arson and sent to prison for life – but were they innocent? Reveal investigates problems in the case and whether federal agents pressured witnesses to lie. This month, one of the defendants will make his case for freedom before a federal judge.
 

 In this second edition of How Many Roads? Bob Dylan's Back Pages, we'll rejoin the great American wordsmith by listening to his work from the last 25 years. We won't forget the historic and ancient roots of his modern sounds, from the Old Testament to the Civil Rights movement. We'll hear from collaborators and friends, Mavis Staples and Joan Baez, and from Kris Kristofferson who overheard Dylan's recording sessions while working as a custodian in Nashville.

"It's Working Out Very Nicely," - This week, This American Life talks to people whose lives were affected by the president’s executive order on immigration. And we ask: The chaos of the rollout, the vague language that left travelers in airports, people in refugee camps, and government officials confused about how to interpret the order—was this incompetence? Or was it intentional?

 

Thursday @ 11:00 pm - 

Our guest this week on Art of the Song is California singer/songwriter Jack Tempchin. Perhaps best known for his collaborative work with the late Glenn Frey of the Eagles, Jack wrote their classic Peaceful Easy Feeling, and co-wrote most of the songs on Glenn’s solo album. He also wrote Slow Dancing (Swayin’ to the Music) which was a top ten hit for Johnny Rivers. In the second half of the show we’ll hear a clip from our 2012 interview with the late Glenn Frey where he talks about the process of co-writing with his friend Jack Tempchin, and others.

Date & Time: Jan. 31, 7-9PM  
 Location:  KRCB-FM (91.1, 90.9, on line @ KRCB.org, w/app @iTunes store  

Robert Lunceford from SonoMusette will be stopping by at 1pm on Thursday, January 26th, to chat with Doug Jayne about their upcoming concert at Occidental Center for the Arts on Saturday January 28th.

www.sonomusette.com

 

Please be sure to tune in to KRCB-FM Radio 91, Friday morning between 9 am and noon, January 20th - when Michaela Anne stops by Studio A to chat with Brian in the Morning about some upcoming area shows, and maybe to sing a song or two!
 

www.michaelaanne.com

Please be sure to tune in to KRCB-FM Radio 91, Thursday Morning - January 19th - when Ismay and a special guest stop by Studio A to chat with Brian in the Morning about upcoming shows in the area, and maybe play a song or two!

www.ismaymusic.com

Attention North Bay unsigned bands, musicians, singers, music makers and creators - NPR Music's Tiny Desk Contest is now open and accepting entries! 

Just imagine - YOU. In Concert. At NPR's Tiny Desk! It could happen if you submit your video NOW through January 29, 2017! 

Go HERE to get entry information, rules, requirements and to see past Tiny Desk Contest winners! 

The winner will: 

Join us Monday morning as Ben Morrison stops by Studio A - at KRCB-FM Radio 91 - for a chat and some music with Brian!

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Without this critical seed funding, your local stations may be forced to go off-air or cut the programs you love and the public services your community relies on. Your community could lose access to educational content for children, emergency communication services, local programming, trusted news and more.   

President-elect Donald Trump will hold a press conference Wednesday morning January 11, 2017. It is scheduled to begin at 8 am PT, and it will air on KRCB-FM. The special coverage will be hosted by Robert Siegel, who will be joined by National Political Correspondent Mara Liasson, White House Correspondent Tamara Keith, as well as National Security Correspondent Mary Louise Kelly and Business Editor Marilyn Geewax. 

Join us at 10:00 am as Randy Teaford, and at 10:30 am - local singer-songwriter Hanna Haas stops by Studio A at KRCB-FM Radio 91 for a chat and music with Brian Thursday morning - January 12th!

Sunday January 15, 2017 - 4:00 PM: 

Recorded live at the WordTemple Poetry Series in Sebastopol, three poets celebrate new collections — Sandra Anfang, Lee Slonimsky and Katherine Hastings.  Introduced by Sonoma County Poet Laureate Iris Jamahl Dunkle. 

Robbie Robertson on World Cafe to discuss his newly-released autobiography, Testimony - Friday January 6, 2016
David Jordan Williams

World Cafe airs Monday through Friday at 2pm on KRCB-FM Radio 91. 

Here are the artists scheduled for upcoming shows on World Cafe: 

Thursday, January 5, 2017 
On this Vintage Cafe, we revisit a session with Dr. Dog from just after the release of their 2012 album, Be the Void. Also, a live Latin Roots session with electronic composer and producer, Helado Negro. 

Join Brian in the Morning on KRCB-FM - Friday January 6th when the Easy Leaves stop by for a chat and some songs!

Check out their live Studio A appearance from 2015 performing "Too Much Gin"

  Bob Mould reconnected with his essential primal roar on 2012's Silver Age, embracing the endless possibilities of a power trio thanks to his allegiance with drummer Jon Wurster and bassist Jason Narducy.

  Fate has a way of putting things into an interesting context. When it was announced that Iggy Popwould be collaborating with Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age, the music press buzzed with anticipation about the project.

  Jeff Buckley recorded the ten tracks that comprise the 2016 compilation You and I in February 1993, roughly four months after he signed to Columbia Records.

  Full Circle is no accidental title for this, Loretta Lynn's first album after a 12-year break.

  Centered on the warm, highly resonant vocals of Rachael Price, Boston's Lake Street Dive began their career as an eclectic, adventurous quartet just as likely to play a twangy, Fleetwood Mac song or a Hall & Oates cover as any of t

  The last two Vince Gill albums celebrated their intentions within their titles: 2011's Guitar Slinger found plenty of space for his six-string prowess and his 2013 duet LP with Paul Franklin was a valentine to Bakersfield country. 

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