Host Julie Bernard interviews Matt Sanink of Caldera,
which offers deep arts learning experiences for underserved youth. Several participants with the program will also be available to talk about "Hello Neighbor," a program in which students are working with local photographer Julie Keefe to identify, interview and photograph diverse people in their neighborhoods.
This program, hosted by Denise Morris, has musical breaks from Pink Martini and features a discussion with Thomas Lauderdale, the band's co-founder. We also hear from widely-published writer Michael T. Klare about oil and its potential to provoke wars in the future; a review of an Alice Munro story collection; and a discussion of theater and politics. You can hear the whole show by clicking on the arrow above, or listen to individual segments by clicking on the links below.
Denise Morris interviews Tamara Wallace of Teatro Cambio (Theater for Change) and Emilia Katz of Portland Central America Solidarity Committee (PCASC). They discuss how theater can be used in political action, especially in opposition to anti-immigration legislation.
Host Dmae Robert's topic is "Gaytino" by Dan Guerrero at Milagro Theatre. A father/son relationship and a
treasured boyhood friendship drive this 75-minute autobiographical play through
decades of Chicano history and the gay experience from a unique and personal
Bruce Silverman presents another installment in his
"Answers Series." The topic is Hippo Water Rollers. Dirty water is the
number one cause of death and disease in the world. But many people
have to travel far to get clean water, and water is heavy to carry.
We'll hear about two ingenious, low-tech inventions to solve the
Host Marianne Barisonek speaks with Pulitzer-Prize winning novelist Jane Smiley. Her best seller A Thousand Acres was made into a movie by the same name. In her latest novel, Ten Days in the Hills,
a group of family, friends, lovers, former lovers and future lovers
gathers in the Pacific Palisades just as the 2003 invasion of Iraq