This week: Century does psychedelics. We hear from Professor Peter Hendricks,
PhD with the School of Public Health at the University of Alabama at
Birmingham on special considerations for evaluating psilocybin-facilitated
treatments in vulnerable populations; and from Jazmi...
On today's show, we celebrate Father's Day, a bit early, by talking fathers
-- and daughters and sons and husbands and wives and our own multiple
identities -- with Beth Kephart, author of the new memoir
Wife/Daughter/Self, from Portland’s own Forest Avenue Press. In the bo...
On this episode, we bring you an exclusive conversation with filmmaker,
researcher and author, Caroline Cory. -- Her films E.T. Contact: They are
Here (2017), Among Us (2019) and Superhuman: The Invisible Made Visible
(2020) have become staples in the field of consciousness...
Folks of every brand of religion believe that they espouse peace, but do not
always live up to it. Even atheists that 'only believe in science' have
committed human atrocities and failed to get along. When I look at my own
religion, I see that the yearning for peace is st...
We'll be exploring perspectives on
Nothing, Nada, Null, Zilch,
emptiness, absence, space,
gap, lack, erase,
holes, passage, khaos, blanks,
and the self by posing
Our questions to the Void
In recent years, far right platforms such as QAnan have garnered followers
by promoting child sex trafficking conspiracies and advancing their rightwing
agenda under the banner of rescuing children from perverse evil-doers. In
their Left and the Law segment, Jan Haaken...
This show was uploaded on Wednesday evening, with a happy play
list. However, had we been allowed back into the studio again for live
shows, I would have broadcast a show to reflect the tragedy at Mt Meron,
this morning. With that said, there are still things to...
Happy Earth Week!
On this episode we go all the way with sending lovings and gratitude to our
beautiful mother planet. For many of us, every day is Earth Day, as we wake
up and salute the sky and commune with the winds, winged and tree beings that
exist with us. ---- Never...
A show celebrating and highlighting some of the great programming available
through KBOO. We also consider the evolution of grasses and human dependence
upon them.as well as different perspectives on Spring.
African Rice in the Amazon
Bring Back That Old Time Religion.
I have always wanted to do a Gospel show. By the grace of KBOO, I’m going
to do just that. Tune in to KBOO.fm (90.7 FM) Saturday, April 17th for three
hours of Swing ‘n’ Country Gospel. Put your hands together and join
Johnny, Patsy, a...