Category Archive : Show

Rising Up with Sonali

San Diego Screenwriters Studio

Latin Waves

Alive to Thrive

Hosted by Mitch Murphey

“We are not on this earth merely to survive. We are alive to thrive!”

Electric Picnic

Poetry Spoken Word

Hosted by Sue Taylor

Interviews of local poets and spoken word artists

S.U.N.

Sustainable Urban Network

Engaging topics addressing social, racial justice and equity through the lens of environmental and climate justice. You will hear discussions from our collective community that work to bring about impactful positive change.

The Attitude with Arnie Arnesen Radio Show

Keeping the pot stirred so the scum doesn’t rise to the top!

Currently Arnie Arnesen is the host of The Attitude on WNHN 94.7FM in Concord NH a daily one hour talk show that focuses on policy, politics and people that make a difference in our lives and rarely get discussed and is a a regular commentator on WGBH radio (Boston public radio), WGIR a commercial radio station in Manchester NH and WKBK a commercial radio station in Keene NH. For over a decade Arnie and Professor Steffen Schmidt (aka Dr. Politics from Iowa State) provided political commentary for Iowa Public Radio. More…

Talk of the Town

Host Mike Aguirre and John Baker ~ Saturday at 11am ~ repeats Mo-Fr 8am, Mo-Fr 4pm

Talk of the Town features discussions about politics, current events, history and contemporary subjects.  

The intent of the Talk of the Town talk show is to create an on-going dialog and debate on important issues of the day.  The show also includes live debates in public locations with audience participation.

Thom Hartmann Program

Thom Hartmann ~ Mo-Fr 11am-2pm

#1 Progressive Talk Show
#8 US Talk Host
7 million weekly listeners
280,000 YouTube Subscribers
180,000 Facebook Followers
135,000 Twitter Followers

NY Times Best Selling Author

East County Magazine

Produced and hosted by Miriam Raftery ~ Mo & Fr 5pm, Tu 9am, Sa 8am

https://www.eastcountymagazine.org/

“Award-winning nonprofit media in the public interest, serving San Diego’s inland region”

Too many voters haven’t got a clue—so East County Magazine is shedding light into those smoke-hazed back-rooms in Washington D.C. and Sacramento, enabling you to keep up with what your elected officials are doing – and decide whether or not they deserve your vote next election. You can also share your views on key issues with the handy tools we’ve provided.