Best khsu podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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KHSU's Classics Now
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Mary and Solomon, from the Northcoast Book Discussion Group, explore literary classics and their relevance to present day.
 
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My Favorite Lecture from KHSU
 
What if you could get a 'greatest hits' version of your college education? My Favorite Lecture features remarkable talks from HSU educators, delivered for free in front of a live audience in Arcata, California. My Favorite Lecture is a collaboration between Humboldt State University, KHSU, and Arcata Main Street. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/my-favorite-lecture-from-khsu/id1157650504
 
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KHSU Magazine
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Selected interviews from KHSU's weekday newsmagazine about the Redwood Coast.
 
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Thursday Night Talk from KHSU
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Thursday Night Talk is a call-in talk show on KHSU every Thursday night at 7 PST. Hosted by Brenda Starr, Eric Kirk, Linda Stansberry, and Lorna Bryant.
 
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Campus Connections - KHSU
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A short feature series hosted by Humboldt State University President, Lisa Rossbacher. Dr. Rossbacher highlights campus activities, students, staff and faculty - as well as discussion on the political, financial and social landscape of the CSU system.
 
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EcoNews Report from KHSU
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Environmental issues that matter most on the North Coast.
 
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EcoNews Report
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Timely interviews on environmental issues that matter most on the North Coast and our bioregion, along with news and information on upcoming meetings, hikes and events. Presented by the Northcoast Environmental Center, publisher of our bioregion's environmental newspaper, EcoNews. The EcoNews Report features a rotating cast of representatives from our member groups.
 
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Food For Thought
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Explore modern food culture focusing on eating local and sustainably produced foods, and food traditions that bring family, friends, and communities together. Interviews with food growers, producers, chefs, food banks, nutritionists, philosophers and consumers on how our food is produced and consumed – give our food a face and a voice, helping us to make more thoughtful and wise choices about this important fuel for our body and soul. KHSU-FM 90.5/KHSR-FM 91.9 Humboldt State University, Arca ...
 
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Mad River Anthology
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A poetry program that features a variety of poets reading their own material, discussions of poetry process and sharing of poetry from the past. Produced by Tim Ayres on public radio KHSU-FM 90.5/KHSR-FM 91.9 Humboldt State University, Arcata, North Coast of California. khsu.org
 
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Through The Eyes Of Women
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Mondays 1:30PM-2:00PM Through the Eyes of Women is a locally produced, public affairs program which has aired on KHSU since 1985. KHSU is located at Humboldt State University in Arcata, California. TTEOW is produced for, by and about women. Our staff is completely volunteer. Through the Eyes of Women provides programming that explores women’s political, social and economic lives, as well as the obstacles and restrictions experienced in the form of discrimination. In addition, Through the Eye ...
 
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Complicated Animals is Brazilian American songstress Monica da Silva, and musician and producer, Chad Alger. Complicated Animals blend Indie pop seamlessly with Brazilian Bossa Nova. Their perfectly paced tempos, and sweet vocals in English and Portuguese, is a perfect marriage of North and South American cultures. They will be performing at a ...…
 
Courageous Resistance is holding Single Payer Healthcare for All Town Hall meetings to discuss SB562 The Healthy California Act on Sunday, June 25th . Meetings are at 2:00 pm at Campbell Creek Connection at 13th and Union in Arcata , and at 5:30 pm at Grace Good Shepherd Church at 1450 Hiller Rd. in Mckinleyville .…
 
Mary Harper and Solomon Everta from Classics Now discuss Jean Jacques Rousseau’s Emile, or On Education , Rousseau’s classic on the philosophy and practice of education. Emile’s tutor attempts to show how a young person can be brought up to fulfill their innate natural goodness in a corrupt society. Subscribe to the Classics Now podcast.…
 
The local NAACP is calling for stricter moderation rules on local media comment sections . Is this call to action an act against our 1st amendment rights?By mikedronkers@khsu.org (Mike Dronkers).
 
Dr. Lisa Rossbacher discusses Humboldt State University's commitment to the Paris Climate Agreement and on-going campus efforts to expand the culture of sustainability. https://soundcloud.com/campusconnectionsBy digital@khsu.org (KHSU - Humboldt State University).
 
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Thursday Night Talk from KHSU
 
Veteran campaign reporter Chuck Rogers joins host Eric Kirk to talk politics: local, national and international. Also, covfefe...By geraldine1051@gmail.com (Geraldine Goldberg).
 
"Whether it's running for office or volunteering on a campaign or just learning more about how local government works, there're ways for everybody to get involved," says organizer Tamara McFarland.By clairerey@gmail.com (Claire Reynolds).
 
The 2017 Humboldt Permaculture Guild Summer Lecture Series kicks off on June 11 with an Introduction To Permaculture Design lecture and tour with Marlon Gil of Fogwood Designs and the Humboldt Permaculture Guild.By clairerey@gmail.com (Claire Reynolds).
 
Adult Day Health Care of Mad River provides therapeutic and recreational services for the elderly, medically at-risk adults, and those who are dependent on others for care. April Joyce, RN and Administrator of ADHC and Physical Therapist Brian Julian talk with Brian Curtis on the KHSU Magazine Show about the different services offered.…
 
On the KHSU Magazine Maggie Gainer of Zero Waste Humboldt and Eddie Blakeslee of Los Bagels discuss the new California Bag Law, and how local businesses can reduce waste by using Zero Waste practices. Blakeslee explains how the methods he has implemented at Los Bagels have cut waste cost by half.By katie.whiteside@humboldt.edu (Katie Whiteside).
 
Acclaimed clawhammer banjo player, Dan Walsh came by the KHSU studio during his UK, USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand tour in support of his fourth solo album Verging on the Perpendicular .By clairerey@gmail.com (Claire Reynolds).
 
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Thursday Night Talk from KHSU
 
"I think what we've established here tonight is that we have vast hiking riches," says Kevin Hoover. On this week’s Thursday Night Talk , it’s all about trails and the people who create, maintain, and document them.By mikedronkers@khsu.org (Mike Dronkers).
 
Humboldt State's academic year has come to a close. In this segment of Campus Connections , President Rossbacher reflects on the graduating class of 2017.By digital@khsu.org (KHSU - Humboldt State University).
 
Mental health needs don't always mean serious mental illness; it might be depression or anxiety, addiction or any number of issues which can disrupt daily life and activities. Patty Ravitz, LMFT and President of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists spoke to Danielle Orr during the KHSU Magazine.…
 
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Thursday Night Talk from KHSU
 
In this age of fake news, alternative facts, and political spin, learning and practicing critical thinking can be our best cognitive self-defense strategy. Co-hosts of KMUD's "Thinking Clearly," Julia Minton and Bob Froelich joined Eric Kirk on Thursday Night Talk.By geraldine1051@gmail.com (Geraldine Goldberg).
 
On May 5th and 6th, the North Coast People’s Alliance is presenting Steve Early , author of Refinery Town: Big OIl, Big Money and Remaking of an American City . Early will offer tips and insights on ways that everyday people working together can reclaim their government, inspired by the Richmond Progressive Alliance, which kicked Chevron out of ...…
 
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My Favorite Lecture from KHSU
 
Overpopulation. Epidemics. Economic recession. Deforestation. Anger toward elites. Though the causes of Maya warfare may look straightfoward, piecing together its weaponry, tactics and broader effects is anything but.By mikedronkers@khsu.org (KHSU).
 
With HSU graduation coming up next week, preparations for the annual HSU Donation Dash are underway to collect and recycle would-be trash as hundreds of students moving out of campus residence halls donate tons of household items, and office and school supplies to local nonprofits.By clairerey@gmail.com (Claire Reynolds).
 
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Thursday Night Talk from KHSU
 
How can white people in Humboldt County be better allies to people of color? Linda Stansberry, and guests Kim Bergel, Eureka City Council; Erin Powers Taylor, True North; Meridith Oram , Showing Up for Racial Justice; and for fifteen minutes by phone, Paul Kivel , who wrote " Uprooting Racism: How White People Can Work for Social Justice."L ear ...…
 
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Thursday Night Talk from KHSU
 
Brenda Starr is joined by members of the North Coast Rape Crisis Team, HSU Womyn's Centre and The Check It Program, to discuss Sexual Assault & Sexual Harassment, Awareness & Prevention in the age of Trump.By geraldine1051@gmail.com (Geraldine Goldberg).
 
Grid Alternatives Outreach Coordinator Justin Fricker spoke to Danielle Orr during the KHSU Magazine about the new Installation Basics Training Program (IBT). The program is a competency-based certificate program designed to develop the skills that are most relevant to entry-level solar installation and related employment. gridalternatives.org ...…
 
Charmaine Lawson, mother of HSU student David Josiah Lawson - along with family and friends - joined Lorna Bryant in the KHSU studios to talk about her son's life. Through tears and laughter, the interview shared some of the beauty David Josiah Lawson offered in his young life.By Jessica.Eden@humboldt.edu (Jessica Eden).
 
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Thursday Night Talk from KHSU
 
Have you seen the psychological/social thriller, " Get Out " ? Would you like to share your thoughts or movie experience on KHSU? With guests Jill Larrabee, Patty Yancey and Malcolm Chanaiwa, Lorna Bryant hosted Thursday Night Talk: The Race Beat on April 20.By mikedronkers@khsu.org (Mike Dronkers).
 
Godwit Days , Humboldt County’s Spring Migration Bird Festival takes place April 19-25, offering more than 95 field trips, boat tours and workshops at various locations and lectures, information booths, art shows and more at the Arcata Community center. Godwit Days board member, David Price, gives us the rundown of events on the KHSU Magazine.…
 
Congressman Jared Huffman stopped by KHSU to talk with Econews Report's Tom Wheeler of EPIC. “The way it should work, there should be a constructive friction between the parties as we try to get things done and we listen to each other. When that system works we eventually find common ground and that’s not happening right now,” says Huffman duri ...…
 
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Thursday Night Talk from KHSU
 
Professor Matthew Derrick joins host Eric Kirk to examine the progression from the Cold War through the fall of the Soviet Union to Putin's Russia. "People want to talk to me more about that part of the world than ever now," says Derrick, whose research explores the era and geographic region that relate to the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991.…
 
"If you are 1 % dehydrated, you will have a decrease in cognition and you won't be able to think clearly or make good decisions," says Jeffrey Smoller with Making Headway Center for brain recovery. Smoller and Claire Reynolds talked about the importance of drinking water for proper brain function on the Monday Magazine.…
 
Local community members and healers Tina Ball and Jennifer Madrone, host three Maori Healers during a visit to Humboldt County April 10-12th. The Maori are the indigenous people of Aotearoa, the native name of New Zealand. Their healing art of deep tissue massage and energy-balancing therapy has begun to be internationally recognized. The heale ...…
 
Psychedelic folk revival singer and songwriter Joanne Rand and Rob Diggins stopped by the studio to visit KHSU Magazine host Claire Reynolds. Joanne explains the creation process of her 16th album, and talks about the upcoming CD release concert of, Roses in The Snow in Drought . The concert is happening this Saturday, April 8th at the Sanctuar ...…
 
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Thursday Night Talk from KHSU
 
"Not a fun place. Jail sucks," says James Faulk. "The orange jumpsuits are really uncomfortable and everything smells like cleaner, like bleach." The former Times-Standard reporter (and current Lost Coast Outpost contributor ) talks with fellow T-S veteran Neil Tarpey and Linda Stansberry about local journalism, addiction, and recovery. Subscri ...…
 
What does a changing climate mean for North Coast fisherman and shellfish producers? Aquaculturalist Greg Dale , along with scientists Joe Tyburczy and Erik Bjorkstedt (not pictured) discuss predicted impacts and mitigation. Listen below or download from iTunes.By mikedronkers@khsu.org (Mike Dronkers).
 
"Behavior is difficult to measure directly because we have to rely on what you tell us. You get upset when we try to watch you,” says Humboldt State's Melinda Meyers . And when researchers base their gender studies using questionable assumptions, as you’re about to learn, that research gets a little dodgy. In this lecture, Myers lays out a fun- ...…
 
Brian Curtis talks with Erin Johnston and Kate Tobie of the play Jane Doe in Wonderland . Alice in Wonderland is the vehicle to show how a victim gets lured into sex trafficking, as well as the brainwashing tactics used to abuse victims. This new play was created in partnership with the Humboldt County anti-sex trafficking organization Game Over .…
 
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Thursday Night Talk from KHSU
 
From Humboldt's county's civil rights resolution to the Affordable Care Act, find out what happens when Eric Kirk opens the phones. Also, a former forest activist and marijuana grower makes his case in favor of Donald Trump.By mikedronkers@khsu.org (Mike Dronkers).
 
In the Tradition's Dan Chandler spoke with co-founder of the iconic El Teatro Campesino , Agustin Lira, and his musical collaborator Patricia Wells. Dan, Agustin and Patricia discuss social justice activism, current and past - and the new album from the band Alma, Songs of Struggle & Hope .By jeden@khsu.org (Jessica Eden).
 
KHSU Magazine host Claire Reynolds talks with Director Sasha Marini about the Teen Court diversion program that has been around for 16 years. Teen Court is an afterschool service learning program administered by teens for teens that choose to have their cases heard by their peers. Jury training for new teen volunteers is taking place on Thursda ...…
 
The Arcata Playhouse Family Fun Series kicks off it's 11th season of public and school performances of theater, storytelling, puppetry and more on March 24 & 25 with Teatro Pachuco. This Belgian troupe features clown and physical performer Rudi Galindo, of Los Payasos Mendigos, and Italian dancer/actress Lisa Da Boit. Their physical comedy, dan ...…
 
In honor of Women's History Month, host Lorna Bryant explores the role of women in activism and resistance with guests Sierra Leash, activist and humanitarian for Syrian refugees and Jill Larrabee, organizer of Show Up Humboldt.By admin@khsu.org (Lorna Bryant).
 
"How do our children get treated fairly in the schools, how do they not get suspended and expelled at disproportionate rates, how are our families incorporated into our educational system ... I think that those are some of the challenges we face as a county as a region," says Renee Saucedo of Centro del Pueblo .…
 
2016 Green Party Presidential Candidate Jill Stein lives and breathes the Green Party Platform for People, Planet and Peace Over Profit. Dr. Stein graduated from Harvard Medical School and spent almost 25 years as a physician and researcher before transitioning into politics and social activism. Jill Stein spoke with KHSU's Corinne Frugoni this ...…
 
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Thursday Night Talk from KHSU
 
How do you know what to trust? On this episode of Thursday Night Talk, learn how to read the news. Host Linda Stansberry talks with Ryan Burns of Lost Coast Outpost and Dan Squier of KINS News about the difference between journalism and sensationalism, and how to encourage media literacy.By email|geraldine1051@gmail.com (Geraldine Goldberg).
 
What are we getting right when it comes to the science of climate change? What are we getting wrong? In this episode of My Favorite Lecture, Dr. Rich Boone takes you on a fact-based jaunt through one of today's most pressing issues.By mikedronkers@khsu.org (KHSU).
 
"I owe a lot to this community," says Julie Fulkerson. After the worldwide Women's March, many have asked themselves, "How do I get involved in politics? Is now the right time? How scary can it be?" Brenda Starr speaks with former county supervisor, mayor, musician and former host of TNT, Julie Fulkerson, about ways to stay politically active.…
 
Did you know the second fastest-growing racial group in the U.S. are those who claim two or more races – when it was just 40 years ago laws prohibited interracial marriage. The Loving v. Virginia case is a landmark civil rights decision of the United States Supreme Court that overturned those laws.By admin@khsu.org (Lorna Bryant).
 
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