New Release Hour with Brian & Doug - TUESDAYS 11:00 AM / REPEAT WEDNESDAYS 7:00 PM

Discover new music on the New Release Hour , Tuesday mornings at 11 am (repeated Wednesdays at 7 pm) when KRCB-FM pairs the Last Record Store owner and KRCB afternoon music program host Doug Jayne with longtime morning DJ Brian Griffith. A full hour of commercial-free new releases each week, played and evaluated by two pros who know the music best! Here are a few of the things we'll be playing this week.

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Drinking water around the country is polluted with a potentially harmful group of chemicals. The Trump Administration is working on a plan to regulate them.

All Things Considered from NPR News airs weekday afternoons from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm on KRCB-FM Radio 91 / streaming @ / Comcast channel 961 throughout the Bay Area / Listen on the go - download the FREE KRCB mobile app from the App Store & Google Play!

Michael Lewis is the author of bestselling books The Big Short and Moneyball. He talks with Terry about his new book, The Fifth Risk. It looks at the federal government under President Trump, by focusing on Trump’s departments of energy, agriculture and commerce, and how unprepared they are now to deal with urgent risks.

Dessa’s latest album was inspired by a unique experiment. She recruited a team of scientists to locate the spot in her brain responsible for a longstanding heartache and then worked to get rid of that feeling. She talks about that, being a responsible rapper, and working with Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda on the next World Cafe.

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President Trump is celebrating a new free trade deal with Mexico and Canada. But will Congress agree to ratify the deal?  And will the tariffs that remain in place keep things tense between the U-S and Canada?  How trade may be changing on the next Morning Edition from N-P-R News.

This week on Mountain Stage, performances by:

Jeff Daniels and the Ben Daniels Band

Dawn Landes

Lucy Wainwright Roche

The Handsome Family

Kevin Gordon

Mountain Stage with Larry Groce can be heard every Monday night at 10:00 pm on KRCB-FM Radio 91 / streaming @ / Comcast Cable channel 961 all over the Bay Area / Download our free KRCB App for your iOS or Android device from the App Store & Google Play!

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A year ago, a gunman opened fire on a country music festival in Las Vegas.  He killed 58 people and wounded hundreds more physical and mentally. We'll hear from one survivor who helps others confront the aftermath of their near-death experiences.

Aaron Lee Tasjan is a singer-songwriter with an unconventional Nashville sound and a new album, Karma for Cheap. He joins host Stephen Kallao to talk about his album’s message of positive unity, what being labeled Americana in 2018 means, and whether he thinks substance use helps his songwriting.

World Cafe airs Thursday at 3:00 pm on KRCB-FM Radio 91 / streaming @  / Comcast Cable channel 961 all over the Bay Area / Download the FREE KRCB Mobile App @ iTunes & Google Play!

On the next Fresh Air –the challenges of investigating Russian interference in the election and connections between the Trump campaign and Russia.  Terry talks with Washington Post reporter Greg Miller, who broke several related stories, and shared a Pulitzer prize this year.  Now he has a book called The Apprentice:  Trump, Russia, and the Subversion of American Democracy.  Join us.

Social media companies may be unprepared to support their growing role as providers of news. Russian online influence operations caught American law enforcement off guard in 2016, and with midterm elections approaching, experts are expecting a spike in foreign disinformation.  How can American voters identify fake information online?

Tiana Timmerberg

Aaron Lee Tasjan is a singer-songwriter out of Nashville, but when you think Americana his sound might not be what comes to mind. His third studio album, Karma for Cheap, is a collection of reactionary songs to the climate of 2018 and how he views the political cacophony. He joins host Stephen Kallao to talk about his album’s positive message of unity, what being labeled Americana in 2018 means, and whether he thinks substance use helps his songwriting. All this, on the next World Cafe. 


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