"Using the celebrations of Black History Month as an example,
Dalits announced and celebrate April as Dalit History Month to redeem
the history of the struggles for social emancipation and political
service of Dalit leaders who have been ignored and deliberately forgotten, ...
Today's guest, Max Wilbert, is a community organizer, wilderness guide,
photographer, and author, most recently of "Bright Green Lies: How The
Environmental Movement Lost Its Way and What We Can Do About It," which was
released in March. A third-generation dissident, ...
This episode of the Food Show features interviews with an olive researcher,
bread bakers, and a cheese monger. Hear about:
Olive growing and climate change in Oregon with Javier Fernandez-Salvador,
Assistant Professor at OSU & Director of the Olea Project.
Join The Metal Maestra on 4/22/21 at 3am for two and a half hours of
Brazilian brutality to get you through the wee hours. Featuring the
all-female obligatory Nervosa, Brazilian gateway metal band Sepultura,
Krisiun, Thy Light, Rebaelliun, Insanity Force, Jupiterian, Andral...
As we honor Earth Day 2021, the theme running through today’s KBOO
programming is the impending climate crisis, and its affect on our home
planet. And we’ll be introducing you to people and organizations who are
working to protect our environment, and all its inhabitants.
Today we get to speak with Chris Roy, a multi-engine pilot who has personally
flown hundreds of animal rescue missions to relocate animals from high-kill
shelters to no-kill shelters, rescues, and sanctuaries. Chris is the founder
of Doobert.com, an online software platform...
This week we look at the new Criterion edition of Jacques Rivette's Celine
and Julie Go Boating, and two new films, The Courier and Nobody, while Jeff
Godsil represents Nick Roeg's Bad Timing: A Sensual Obsession, and Gremlin
Time's Matthew discussses the pre-Code musical ...
Tim Buckley had an amazing voice and a mercurial presence that has been
captured over the years in various live recordings. This Friday, 4/23, on the
SongCircle, Join me, guest host Phil G, as I interview Hawk Semins of the
Owsley Stanley Foundation regarding their latest r...
The place where ocean meets land has long been inspiration for poets,
artists, scientists and beach lovers. It is the subject of Waves and Beaches,
a classic guide to the stirring science of sand, surf and waves, written in
1963 by engineer, scientist and adventurer Willard...
Imago Theatre and KBOO Community Radio are excited to announce a
multi-production radio theater series for 2021. First up is The Strange Case
of Nick M. by Drew Pisarra, premiering on May 3 at 10PM on KBOO. Audiences
can tune in on 90.7fm in Portland, 91.9fm in Hood Rive...
For two decades communities across the Pacific Northwest have been inundated
with proposals to build mega coal, oil and fracked gas terminals and
pipelines from Coos Bay to the Salish Sea. And for two decades these
communities have risen up to stop these projects. Now most ...
Interested in becoming a KBOO volunteer? The first step is to attend one of
our virtual volunteer orientations. To attend, register online using the
links below. Here's the schedule for this Spring:
Spring 2021 Volunteer Orientation schedule:
Tues, Feb 2 @ 6pm-7:30pm...