KZYX Public Affairs Programs & Guests 7/28- 8/1
Renewable Energy Hour; Monday @ 9:00 AM
Doug and Jeff interview Maggie Graham and Cora Saxton of the north coast office of GRID Alternatives, a nonprofit that provides low-to-no cost solar electric systems to families that qualify and install them using a barn raising model that gives volunteers and job trainees hands-on experience they can use to get jobs.
Farm & Garden Show; Monday @ 1:00 PM
Women’s Voices; Monday @ 7 PM
Blake More talks with with Becky Fein, Women’s Health Activist and founder of The Powerful Voices Project, a project working to enhance the conversation around sexual assault and its survivors.
Forthright Radio; Wednesday @ 9:00 AM
President Obama has approved opening up the Eastern Outer Continental Shelf to seismic air-gun surveys. Joy LaClaire interviews Joshua Horwititz about his new book, WAR OF THE WHALES, the true story of the crusading environmental attorney who uncovered one of the Navy's best kept secrets, a submarine surveillance system and marine biologist, Ken Balcomb, who discoveredthe reason for mass strandings of whales.
TUC Radio; Wednesday @ 1:30 PM
Marilyn Waring- SEX, LIES AND GLOBAL ECONOMICS.
Mendo Matters; Thursday @ 9:00
Recently six animal conservation groups urged Supervisors in Mendocino and Humboldt Counties to reject extending their contracts with the FDA's Wildlife Services, alledging that the WS" indiscriminately kills tens of thousands of native wild animals in California every year."Last week, Humboldt County unanimously extended their contract with WS.
Mendo Matters will host a representative from the California District Wildlife Services plus Megan Backus of the Animal Legal Defense Fund.
An Antinomian Hour; Thursday @ 1:00 PM
Cal Winslow returns to KZYX with Amy Trachtenberg, a San Francisco painter and public artist.
The Discussion; Thursday @ 7:00 PM Join host Stuart Campbell for a special edition of “The Discussion.” We’ll have both a staff member and Board member on hand to answer any questions you may have about the station, programming, transmitters, etc. And we'll also talk about anything else on your mind.
Consider This; Friday @ 9:00 AM
Join Stuart Campbell and his guest, Professor Thom van Dooren, a leading figure in extinction studies. His recent book, Flight Ways: Life and Loss at the Edge of Extinction, addresses the cultural and ethical significance of modern-day extinctions.