• Like Democracy Now, this program looks at the news and issues of the day from a progressive perspective. The show is all about returning to a people centered democracy. It’s a 1-hour recap of Thom Hartmann’s best guests of the day.  

  • THIS WEEK:   ISSUES THAT MATTER – END OF LIFE.   On October 22nd, at the Edmonds Center for the Arts, the Sno-Isle Libraries and KSER presented one in the series of “Issues That Matter” programs. This one is an examination of the issues surrounding preparation for the end of life decisions. It was not about “death with dignity,” but rather it was about insuring that the final days, weeks or months are lived in the manner you prefer: it was about having that important conversation now and documenting the decisions so there will be no questions, no hesitations, no confusion when decisions must be made. Listen to this Sound Living Special Edition on preparing for the end of life as recorded for “Issues That Matter.”

  • Coming from WPKN public radio in Bridgeport, Connecticut, Between the Lines provides a platform for individuals and spokespersons from progressive organizations generally ignored or marginalized by the mainstream media.

  • Provocative, up-to-the-minute, alive and witty, this weekly confrontation over politics, policy and popular culture proves those with impeccable credentials needn't lack personality. This weekly "love-hate relationship of the air" features four of the most insightful news analysts anywhere.

  • THIS WEEK:    Michelle Alexander: Race and Class in the U.S. A string of shootings of young African Americans has generated national and international attention. Systemic questions are being asked. What is the role of racism? The United States has the largest prison population in the world. Programs alleviating poverty are cut back and simultaneously the coercive functions of the state are beefed up. Michelle Alexander is a professor of law at Ohio State University and holds a joint appointment at the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity. She is the author of the bestseller The New Jim Crow.



  • Want to get your global groove on?  You can do it on Passport, every Friday at 7pm.  Join Leilani for your entry to the countries of the world through the fusion of modern & traditional sounds.

  • Janice Kayne serves up a blast from your retro past with hair hits of the 80s, surf and pysche of the 60s and everything danceable in-between. Set your sights on Friday nights for Party Out of Bounds! Email

  • Lose yourself in the Tunnel - a program dedicated to independent electronic music. You'll hear experimental, ambient, trip hop, drum & bass, and underground works by producers from around the world. and alternate hosting duties Friday nights at 10pm. The Tunnel is open! Check our MySpace page.

  • Saturdays at 7am, the Academy of Comedy curriculum is strictly for laughs with vintage radio comedy, humorous songs, and general silliness. You'll be schooled in the classics, like Abbot & Costello, Bob & Ray, Bob Newhart, Bill Cosby and Jerry Seinfeld. Join headmaster Ed Gasperini for 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 from the 1930s and '40s every Saturday at 9am. You'll hear the great bands, the classic songs, and you'll know why Duke Ellington said, "It don't mean a thing, if it ain't got that swing!"