• The Spiritual Power Of Heartbreak with Susan Piver.  “Love is the least safe thing there is. It’s fierce. You can’t domesticate it. It’s wild. When you find it you should rejoice. When you lose it you should grieve.” So says Susan Piver, because she knows the joy of loving, the devastating groundlessness of betrayal, and the deep crushing loss when love goes away. But she also knows how to turn that trauma into something sacred, to learn the truth of who and what is most valuable in your life.

  • Frances Fox Piven – What Movements Do.  The ruling class is organized and well-funded. What can be done to confront and defeat concentrations of power? Frances Fox Piven is a leading activist scholar. She is Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Sociology at CUNY.

  • Puget Sound Underwater with Drew Collins.  Drew Collins is president and founder of Made in Puget Sound, an all-volunteer organization committed to protecting and promoting a healthy Puget Sound.  He is also a professional wildlife photographer, marine naturalist and environmentalists. He’ll talk about environmental challenges faced by the Puget Sound and about the fish and animals he chronicles in his book, “Puget Sound Underwater.”
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  • Monet's Garden Passion; Ireland's Ring of Kerry; The Carry Home.  Elizabeth Murray tells us how working in the gardens at painter Claude Monet's house, near Paris, changed her life. Irish tour guides take us to the scenic highlights of the popular Ring of Kerry. And nature writer Gary Ferguson reveals how cultivating a relationship with the natural world helps us to better understand the beauty and mysteries of life. 



  • Soundopolis with DJ Goawaysun puts you in touch with synth, Italio disco, post pop, punk, new wave, chill wave, soul, surf rock, house, jazz and more! Turn up the volume as we zoom through an amazing city of sound.

  • Saturdays at 7am, the Academy of Comedy matriculates vintage radio comedy, humorous songs, and general silliness. You'll be schooled in classics like Abbot & Costello, Bob & Ray, Bob Newhart, and Rodney Dangerfield. Ed Gasperini, Nigel and Eddie B. foul fill the air with two hours of good fun, ribald songs, and amusing oddities.

  • “Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Artie Shaw, the Dorseys and all the rest!”  Steve Ward brings you the best in swing music of the 1930s and '40s Saturdays at 9am, plus a rant from Professor Fred, a look at Your Weekend, and the Incredibly Strange Big Bandstand Lounge Track of the Week.

  • Join Jim Hilmar Saturdays at 11am for great guitar music on Frettin' Fingers. Swing, pop, jazz, blues and rhythm & blues, vintage country & rockabilly, surf - acoustic or electric. Whether you like Alvin Lee, Leon Rhodes, Bucky Pizzarelli, James Burton, or Dimebag Daryl - you'll hear it all on Frettin' Fingers.

  • Juke Joint host Ron Taffi brings you jump blues, doo-wop, crooners, boogie woogie, the New Orleans sound, guitar slingers, unsung heroes of early rock, and all the honking, wailing, screaming saxophones you can stand. All that and more on The Juke Joint.