Schedule for Monday, July 08 2013

12:00am - 2:00am
Hosted by: Contessa de la Luna
Talk Radio with La Contessa de la Luna. Guilt Shame Fear Forgiveness Minor Felonies 503-231-8187
2:00am - 3:00am
Hosted by: Love Jonze
Expanding Your Musical Geography
3:00am - 5:30am
Hosted by: Tony Frio
Them Young Hooligans
5:30am - 7:00am
Hosted by: Diane Hunt, Gordon Euler, Jonathan Lay
Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.
7:00am - 8:00am
Hosted by: TBA
News magazine hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez
8:00am - 9:00am
Hosted by: Cecil Prescod, Celeste Carey
Let's Talk (Or Not) About Race

Let's Talk (Or Not) About Race. Several public incidents have bought race and race relations to the forefront of civic attention. We will explore the responses that encourage or interfer with honest dialogue about race and race relations.  Why do some people have a visceral and defensive response when their words or actions are called racist by people of color? What are some of the tools you use to have meaningful discussion about race with your friends, family, coworkers, or neighbors?  Is it easier to avoid the subject?  Join us with your responses to these queries.   503-231-8187.

9:00am - 10:00am
Hosted by: Bill Resnick, Clayton Morgareidge, Denise Morris, Frann Michel, Jan Haaken, Joe Clement, Larry Bowlden, Laurie Mercier, OldMoleVarietyHour
A program of social and political commentary from a socialist-feminist point of view.
10:00am - 10:15am
Hosted by: Cris Andreae
Local News
10:15am - 11:00am
Hosted by: Barbara Bernstein
Restoring meaning to sustainability as more than just a marketing tool.


Every day, we are presented with a range of “sustainable” products and activities—from “green” cleaning supplies to carbon offsets. But with so much labeled as sustainable, the term has become essentially sustainababble, at best indicating a practice or product slightly less damaging than the conventional alternative. Is it time to abandon the concept altogether, or can we find an accurate way to measure sustainability? If so, how can we achieve it? And if not, how can we best prepare for the coming ecological decline?

11:00am - 11:30am
Hosted by: David Naimon, Ellen Goldsmith
5 Drugs in Your Medicine Cabinet That May Be Making You Sicker

Bestselling author Dr. Michael T. Murray, discusses how five common medications--for sleep, headaches, osteoarthritis, acid reflex and depression---can lead to unforeseen consequences, sometimes even, in the log-run, worsening the condition they are meant to treat. Michael T. Murray ND is a naturopathic physician regarded as one of the world's top authorities on natural medicine. An educator, lecturer, researcher, and health food industry consultant, he is the author of more than 30 books, including his newest with coauthor Joseph Pizzorno ND, The Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine.

11:30am - 12:00pm
Hosted by: Kathleen Stephenson
Portland's slabtown Neighborhood: A History

Portland's Slabtown has a colorful history. The area, which encompasses most of what is now called the Northwest Neighborhood, has seen Native Americans, Chinese vegetable farmers, lumber and steel mills, major league baseball players, a World's Fair, economic decline and gentrification, and more. It has been transformed from streams and large lakes within a thick forest, to one of the most urban locations in Oregon. Local historians Norm Gholston and Tracy Prince talk about this history, which they researched along with Mike Ryerson, for their new book "Portland's Slabtown". They even explain how it got its name.

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12:00pm - 2:00pm
Hosted by: Retta Christie, Wade Hockett
Cowboy Country Hillbilly Western Swing and Old Jazz
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Hosted by: Ed Mellnik, Matthew Clark
The late night radio show that comes on in the afternoon.

Live music in the studio, as we welcome a guitar duo named Golden Sunbird, who play space age music. Our featured interview is with voiceover artist, and member of The Firesign Theater, Phil Proctor. Who called us all the way from Hollywood, with stories about his current work, the classic comedy albums he's appeared on, and news about an upcoming Firsign Theater Events on August 17th in Hopland, CA.  So tune in Fortunato and the gang for another fun filled afternoon.

4:00pm - 5:00pm
Hosted by: TBA
News magazine hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez
5:00pm - 5:45pm
Hosted by: pmnews
Non-corporate, volunteer-powered, local, national, and international news
5:45pm - 6:00pm
Hosted by: TBA
National and International News
6:00pm - 6:30pm
Hosted by: deborah.hall, EAnneMcD, fernandogapasin, Jamie Partridge, Lane Poncy, La_Stephanie, Tina Turner-Morfitt
Discussions On Working Class Issues
Low Wage & Contingent Workers Struggle -- Part 2 of our interview with two Portland IWW organizers who were part of a delegation to Seattle to support the fast food worker "Strike on Poverty" last month. We'll also here from two Oregon Zoo employees who are part of an active union organizing drive.
6:30pm - 7:00pm
Hosted by: acarpinelli, Amy Johnson, Carlos Chavez, Karen James, Ruth Kovacs
Bobby Davis, an ex-con who published a children's book.

Karen James with Bobby Davis who, after spending 18 years in and out of prison, recently published a children's book, A Butterfly's Tale, which he wrote and illustrated.  Bobby tells his story of inspiration and hope.  The book is available through

7:00pm - 8:00pm
Hosted by: Anita Johnson, Davey D, quincyhoist, Tsadae Abeba Neway, Weyland Southon
Pelican Bay hunger strike; Yasiin Bey in solidarity with Gitmo hunger strikers

Davey D talks to Isaac Ontiveros and Marie Levin from the Prison Hunger Strike Solidarity coalition about the California prison hunger strikes beginning today at Pelican Bay. Davey also brings us Yasiin Bey's demonstration of the force feeding procedures at Guantanamo Bay.

8:00pm - 10:00pm
Hosted by: Alejandro Ceballos, Andy Hosch, daniel, Danielle Parks, Dr. Zomb, gracem, Kathy F, Rich, Rolf Semprebon

When we recently had our phone-in show to solicit ideas for future shows, one caller wanted show of sounds of people making love. Unfortunately because of FCC rules on indency and obscenity, we wouldn't be able run that show before 10 pm... probably not after 10 pm either. What about the opposite of making love? The FCC doesn't mind sounds of people fighting (as long as there's no profanity).   Sex is bad, but violence.. Why not just turn this request on it's head and have two hours of people committing voilence on each other?

Tonight on A Different Nature we bring you an uninterrupted two hours of THE SOUNDS OF VIOLENCE, as people use fists, guns, swords, bombs, clubs and other weapons to hurt, maim and kill each other.

10:00pm - 11:00pm
Hosted by: Barbara LaMorticella
Poetry, spoken arts, prose
11:00pm - 12:00am
Hosted by: nomad
S.H.I.T. Episode 10

Despite its cancellation last month, Sub-Human Intellect Theater returns one last time to close out the popular Memoirs From the Psych Ward segment with an 18-minute finale. Leading up to the last installment will be all the previous chapters, so that the whole story can be told in one hour. Will Kirsten make it out of the psych ward alive, or will her roommate push her to the edge? Find out...


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