Rhythm 'N' Roots - Wednesday April 17th @ 8pm

Tonight, in honor of Easter week, we will be spending time together for our 24th Annual Gospel Show. Tune in tonight at 8PM PDT to krcb.org or locally at 91.1FM and 90.9FM - or on the FREE KRCB App.

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Tonight, in honor of Easter week, we will be spending time together for our 24th Annual Gospel Show. Tune in tonight at 8PM PDT to krcb.org or locally at 91.1FM and 90.9FM - or on the FREE KRCB App.

This week’s encore eTown broadcast features multi-instrumentalist and vocalist extraordinaire Tyminski (you may remember him as a member of Union Station; he’s also familiar to many as the singing voice for George Clooney’s on-screen character in ‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ and as lead vocalist on Avicii’s international pop hit “Hey Brother”). We’re also joined by talented up-and-coming indie-folk singer/songwriter Angel Snow.

Its founder was fired. Its president resigned. Now the Southern Poverty Law Center is facing allegations of a toxic workplace that discriminates against women and people of color. Can the once-celebrated civil rights group recover? Plus, the latest on efforts to rebuild the Notre Dame cathedral on the next Morning Edition from NPR News.

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Sharon Van Etten has been celebrated for the raw rock and roll honesty of her latest album Remind Me Tomorrow. Sharon began writing it while she was in school and pregnant with her first child. She shares why she wants her son to see her struggle as an artist, and she delivers impassioned live performances of her new songs.

World Cafe airs weekdays at 2:00 pm on KRCB-FM Radio 91 /  streaming @ norcalpublicmedia.org  / Listen live on-the-go with the FREE KRCB Mobile App from the App Store & Google Play.

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On the next Fresh Air, Dave talks with Christopher Meloni, who stars as an ex-cop turned hitman in the series Happy on the Sci-Fi Channel. They also talk about his 12 seasons as a detective on Law & Order: SVU, and playing a sociopathic inmate in the drama Oz.  And Dave talks with biographer Jeff Benedict about Tiger Woods’s win at the Masters.  Join us.

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Karen Joy Brown is the featured artist on the North Bay Songwriter's Radio Show hosted by Jon Gonzales. Husband and Guitarist Dave Silva will be accompanying as she shares a few new and older originals. 

KRCB's North Bay Songwriters Radio Show airs every first & third Thursday. Hosted by local songwriter, Jon Gonzales / streaming @ radio.krcb.org / Download the FREE KRCB App @ iTunes & Google Play!

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Five months after a wildfire swept through Paradise, California, some residents are moving back. But there's a new danger: the fire may have contaminated parts of the town's water supply. That story on All Things Considered from NPR News.

All Things Considered from NPR News airs weekday afternoons from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm on KRCB-FM Radio 91 /  streaming @ norcalpublicmedia.org / Listen on the go - download the FREE KRCB mobile app from the App Store & Google Play!

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Last year, a Chinese scientist revealed that he had used a powerful new gene-editing technique, known as CRISPR, to genetically modify human embryos. Now, researchers around the world are testing whether this method could be used to cure diseases in full-grown humans. We'll look at the new era of CRISPR medicine.

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!

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After releasing a hit EP in her home country of Australia, Stella Donnelly’s star is rising stateside, including a U.S. tour that wrapped last Fall. She writes powerful songs about serious topics, like the harmful term “boys will be boys,” and the injustices faced by the First Nations people of Australia. Stella visited World Cafe this past November to perform live and talk about her plans for new music in the future – That new album, called Beware of the Dogs, just dropped in March.

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On the next Fresh Air -- fear and hope about climate change. Dave talks with Bill McKibben, who first warned of climate change 30 years ago. McKibben says its effects are now upon us with heat waves, fires, flooding, drought and soon, millions of climate refugees.  He also warns of the dangers of human genetic engineering and artificial intelligence. McKibben’s new book is called Falter. Join us.

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