THIS WEEK: Thomas Linzey: Corporations, Communities & the Environment Communities across the country, trying to stop a wide range of threats and unwanted projects such as gas drilling and fracking, mining, pipelines, factory farming, sewage sludging, landfills, coal shipments and GMOs, all run into the same problem: they don't have the legal authority to say "no" to them. Thomas Linzey is an attorney and co-founder and executive director of the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund and serves as its chief legal counsel.
THIS WEEK: The Four Seasons Of Moving Through Tough Times with Deidre Combs, Ph.D. There are four phases that show up again and again in order to thrive in challenging times and Deidre Combs equates them to the seasons. It’s in the autumn when things are falling apart. She says that in the autumn of our challenging times we need to ask certain questions such as: who’s with you, what resources do you have, who or what are you fighting, what is this new territory I’m standing in right now? Dr. Deidre Combs, is a licensed mediator and corporate consultant.
A griot (pronounced gree-oh) is an African storyteller who shares and preserves the culture of his people by passing along the myths, wisdom and heritage to others. Our Global Griot program expands that task world wide, bringing the stories, music, poetry, culture and myths of the world’s cultures to you, Sundays at 9am.
The Story with Dick Gordon brings together ordinary and extraordinary people to provide perspective on the issues which affect us all.
A magazine for your ears with a focus on North Puget Sound. The program brings a daily offering of local commentary, national perspectives, Snohomish and Island county events, people and stories into your car and radio. From environmental issues to political discussions to interesting ideas and people, Sound Living is a look at the places we call “home.”
Tune in Saturdays at 5pm to Dusties for the best in soul and rhythm & blues music from the 1940s to the 1970s. You'll hear from the legends and unsung heroes of soul and R&B, and songs that aren't normally heard on commerical oldies stations. Whether you like your soul music served from New Orleans, Muscle Shoals, Memphis, Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, New York or Los Angeles you'll find it all on the Dusties show.
Robin "K" turns the air blue for you Saturday nights from 7pm to 9pm on Audio Indigo, featuring, local, regional and obscure blues artists. Kick off your shoes and start your weekend right with Audio Indigo. Says Robin, "The blues has been a life long love. I listened to it and bought it when I was a youngster, too young to even know it was called "the blues."
Listen for the Dawg or the Lady in Red to bring you an eclectic soundtrack for your late Saturday night. It could be the Baby Boomer blues of the Lady in Red, or it might be wide ranging rock, reggae, blues, jazz, expermental music and comment from the Dawg. You just never know.