Alice Woelfle-Erskine

Program Director

Alice has been serving as KZYX's interim Program and Music Director for the last several months. She is also a host of Women's Voices and host a classical program made up of new arrivals to the station on the fifth Monday of a given month.

Alice is a skilled classical train musician and is currently running an after school program in Anderson Valley as well as her own livestock management business.

This performance for the Bueno Yabbelow Music Series took place at the Anderson Valley Grange on September 19th 2017. It was broadcast on October 23rd 2017. The performers are Joshua Roman, Cello, Johnny Gandelsman, violin. The composers you’ll hear are Gabriela Lena Frank, Roger Zare, Akshaya Tucker, Christine Hedden, Michael Foumani, Noah Luna, Johann Sebastian Bach, and Edward Perez.

Porfirio Quintano is an environmental services worker at Sutter Hospital’s California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco. He came to this country from Honduras in 1996 seeking asylum. He is a union activist and an elected member of the executive committee, the National Union of Healthcare Workers. He lives with his family in El Sobrante


In this episode of Talking About California, Cal and Loreto speak with David Montejano,  professor of the graduate school in Chicano and Latino studies at UC Berkeley He is a historian of and sociologist and former chair of Latino policy and research institute. He has written several books and articles about Chicano politics and society in the twentieth century. He is from San Antonio Texas.

Cal Winslow and Loreto Rojas host a series for Hispanic Heritage Month. This episode is an interview with Mireya Loza, curator of the division of work and industry at the Smithsonian in Washington DC. Her book Defiant Braceros, examines the bracero program, the largest guest worker program in US history.