From the front lines of America’s Jet Stream in Southern California it’s our KPFK 90.7 FM radio show heard on Pacifica Radio. With Andrea Martin, Kevin Rooney, Alan Chapman, Steve Rosenfield, Jane Edith Wilson, Andy Caploe, Chris Pina, and Troy Conrad. Written by Andrea Martin, Steve Rosenfield, Andy Caploe and Ben Zelevansky. Mixed and engineered by Alex Steen. Edited by Darren Ayres. Executive producer Troy Conrad. Originally heard March 17, 2011 on Pacifica Radio.
Todd Palin visits prostitutes, Julian Assange’s new WikiHarmony dating site, Andrea Martin stops by, Wal Mart sells guns and ammo to snipers, and Comcast devours NBC. Featuring Mark Thompson, Ron Babcock, Bill Burr, Andrea Martin, Stefane Zamorano, Jane Edith Wilson, and Kevin Rooney. Written by Steve Rosenfield, Jim Earl, Ben Zelevansky, Mark Thompson, Ron Babcock, Kevin Rooney, Andrea Martin and yours truly. Troy Conrad executive producer. Originally heard on KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles, Pacifica Radio for Southern California.
BBC’s Lord Trevor Foblin reflects upon Elton John, Noel Coward, Eddie Cantor, and Water On The Brain. We meet the NRA’s Wayne LaPierre and the cold dead corpse of Charlton Heston. Along with Kevin Rooney, Jimmy Dore, Ron Babcock and Jim Earl. Originally broadcast on 1/14/11 on KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles Pacifica Radio for Southern California.
SCTV’s Andrea Martin drops by to discuss Marty Short, Mel Brooks, Winning Tony’s, Creating Comedy, Canadian Health Care, Emerson College, and Lot’s Of Other Stuff. Originally broadcast January 7, 2011 on KPFK 90.7 FM Pacifica Radio for Southern California. Please subscribe to us on iTunes.
The best joke of 2010 is told by Kevin Rooney as Jane Edith Wilson, & Steve Rosenfield join us from Studio D inside the KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles Broadcast Center to look back fondly at a wretched year. This is a rebroadcast of our show heard 3:30 each Friday on Pacifica Radio.
From 1962’s Port Huron Statement to 2010’s Peace and Justice Resource Center Tom Hayden has dedicated his entire life to exposing the real motives behind wars and working to end them. Many consider him the single most important figure of the 1960s student movement. One of the Chicago 8 as well as a founder of the SDS, Tom has carried the spirit of the 60s well into the 21st century working for peace, ending overseas sweatshops and animals rights. Getting labeled a radical did nothing to damage Tom Hayden’s reputation here in Southern California where he served in the state legislature for nearly twenty years. Most striking is Tom’s utter contempt for cynicism even as America’s involvement in Afghanistan approaches a decade. Today’s conversation begins with overwhelming polling that indicates Americans have grown weary of war. Tom Hayden can be read every day at TomHayden.com. His books include the Tom Hayden reader. His newest book, The Long Sixties: From 1960 to Barack Obama, is available from Paradigm Publishers and book retailers near you.