Schedule for Monday, January 13 2014

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
Students speaks out for change

In recent weeks, a wave of activism has surged among Portland Public Schools students. While the teachers and the Portland School Board have been engaged in contract negotiations, students have shown their support for their teachers by speaking up and walking out of schools. The students are raising their voices to demand  changes such as smaller classes and better working conditions for teachers. Join us as we speak with student activists Sekai Edwards from Jefferson High School, Keenan Murray of Wilson High School, and Zoe La Du from Cleveland High School.  503-231-8187, moretalkradio@gmail.com
 
9:00am - 10:00am
Hosted by: Bill Resnick, Clayton Morgareidge, Denise Morris, Frann Michel, Jan Haaken, Joe Clement, Larry Bowlden, Laurie Mercier, OldMoleVarietyHour
Detroit, Occupy, Strikes in Portland, and death row.

Clayton Morgareidge will host this episode of the Mole, and it will be about
  • What happened to Detroit and what could save it 
  • Socialist gains and Capitalist panic 
  • A review of a soon-to-be-published novel by a Portland writer about working with men on death row
  • Legalism and the fight against the national security state
10:00am - 10:15am
Hosted by: Cris Andreae
Local News
10:15am - 11:00am
Hosted by: Barbara Bernstein
Connections between the transplanted people and trees that shape California landscapes and cultures
A few species of trees have come to define what was once the nearly treeless landscape of California. Only two of these iconic species are native to California - Coastal Redwoods and Giant Sequoias. The other three - Eucalyptus, Orange and Palms - have, like most of California's residents, come from somewhere else. On this episode of Locus Focus we talk again with Jared Farmer, whose book Trees In Paradise explores the connections between the transplanted people and trees that have shaped the landscapes and cultures of California. Jared's appearance on Locus Focus was truncated by the demands of the pledge drive.
11:00am - 11:30am
Hosted by: David Naimon
John Kallas and his book: Edible Wild Plants: Wild Foods from Dirt to Plate


Botanist, nature photographer, writer, and founder of Wild Food AdventuresJohn Kallas discusses his new book Edible Wild Plants:  Wild Foods from Dirt to Plate.  Learn how to identify, harvest and prepare nutritious and delicious wild greens within walking distance of your kitchen.

11:30am - 12:00pm
Hosted by: Kathleen Stephenson
Scholars' Circle Panel on Compassion

From the series Scholars' Circle we feature a panel discussion looking at the physiology, sociology and politics of compassion. 
Featured speakers include Iain Wilkinson, Sociology, University of Kent; Paul Gilbert, Clinical Psychology, University of Derby; James Doty, founder, Director of the Center for Compassion & Altruism Research and Education.
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.

Dropping by the studio today to promote their big show at Mississippi Pizza later this week, are Robin Jackson and Shook Twins, Laurie & Katelyn! And, having assure us that they will make the show, because they took up a collection among their friends to get bus fare so they can make it down to the studio, The Hugs  will perform in the studio. As well as a special visit from Oregon MMA fighter Glena Aivila and the director of the documentary film about her, Alan Luebke. And Miss Mona will join Fortunato to discuss what is worth watching, and even re-watching, on television right now.
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Hosted by: TBA
News magazine hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Hosted by: pmnews
Non-corporate, volunteer-powered, local, national, and international news
6:00pm - 6:30pm
Hosted by: Jamie Partridge, Maldelamer, portwalsh
Excerpts from the recent Jefferson High School student demo and more!

In light of the rally happening at the Portland Public School District Building as Labor Radio airs today, we're remixing some of our favorite moments in Labor Radio reporting: excerpts from the Jefferson student demonstration on Friday, interviews with students, teachers, and parents, and a new interview with Sekai Edwards, Jefferson High School student union organizer. 

For breaking updates during the rally, you can follow @PATsolidarity, the official twitter handle of the Portland Teachers Solidarity Campaign. You can follow Labor Radio co-host Meredith Reese @Maldelamer.
6:30pm - 7:00pm
Hosted by: acarpinelli, Amy Johnson, Carlos Chavez, Justin Chapin, Karen James, Peter Pincetl, Stephanie Guy
National Jericho Amnesty Movement
Adam Carpinelli with Jihad Abdulmimit, National Jericho Amnesty Movement. Jericho is a movement with the defined goal of gaining recognition of the fact that political prisoners and prisoners of war exist inside of the United States, despite the United States’ government’s continued denial ... and winning amnesty and freedom for these political prisoners.
http://thejerichomovement.com/index.html
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Hosted by: Anita Johnson, Davey D, quincyhoist, Tsadae Abeba Neway, Weyland Southon
Sonia Sanchez on Amiri Baraka / Kali Ankuno on Jackson, Mississippi
Davey D speaks with legendary poet, scholar and freedom fighter Sonia Sanchez about about the legacy of her good friend Amiri Baraka.

Kali Akuno of the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement also speaks on the positive changes taking place in Jackson, Mississippi under the mayorship of Chokwe Lumumba, focusing on the upcoming Jackson Rising conference.
8:00pm - 10:00pm
Hosted by: Alejandro Ceballos, Andy Hosch, ani, Danielle Parks, Dr. Zomb, Kathy F, lyn, Rich, Rolf Semprebon, Virginia Furr
Music by Martin Bédard, Francis Dhomont, Wende Bartley, Jacques Tremblay, and Adrian Moore

Founded in 1990, empreintes DIGITALes is now considered the reference label in electroacoustics, acousmatics and musique concrète.
10:00pm - 11:00pm
Hosted by: Barbara LaMorticella
Magician's Hat, a radio play from Bill Tremblay's book about Mexican Muralist David Siqueiros

Talking Earth will play the first half of Magician's Hat, a radio play adapted from Bill Tremblay's book of poetry with the same title. Magician's Hat engages the life of Mexican muralist Jose "David" Alfaro Siqueros, whose vision of a free, generous, and artistically liberated Mexico unified and informed his inner and outer worlds. 
Magician's Hat ranges as far as Siquero's life did, from a party in Gershwin's apartment to the Spanish Civil War and beyond. Performed by Steve Wolfe, Bill Tremblay, Sam A. Salas, Karol de Rueda, Jack Manno, Brian Hull, Mark Sanchez, Paul Gessler, Cynthia Tremblay and others.

11:00pm - 12:00am
Hosted by: TBA
Interview with Blogger/Author Autumn Whitefield-Madrano
Joining Noah and Kirsten in the studio is blogger and author Autumn Whitefield-Madrano, where she talks about her beauty blog The-Beheld.com, feminism, learning to ride a bicycle at 31 on a date in Central Park, travelling the world, writing her first book and much, much more! Also, we read a letter from a listener and preview some great radio theater for the new year including Mo Is Shy and Stoner Trek II: Into Smokeness.

 

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