Here's what's happening on KSKQ this week:
- Dakar to Durban, Monday, Mar. 3 @ 7 pm. Dara and Michael will continue their Nigerian journey and feature other tracks from West Africa.
- Brain Labor Report, Wednesday, Mar. 5 @ 9 am. Rik Pallieri and George Mann will spotlight and remember Pete Seeger
- BeerRadio, Wednesday, Mar. 5 @ 5 pm. This week, Ginger will interview Tiah Edmunson-Morton of Oregon Hops & Brewing Archives.
- Whistling in the Dark, Thursday, Mar 6 @ 7 pm. OCM radio project on Rural Health Care.
- Tasty Topics and Tantalizing Tunes, Saturday, March 8 @ 10 am. An enlightening InnerView with Mary Gabriel, founder of the Rogue Valley Vegans, will help inspire us all to live by these potent words of Mahatma Gandhi, who said "The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.”
Courageous Grief Talk will introduce KSKQ listeners to conversations that are often taboo--how to deal with grief. Co-hosts Julie Lockhart and Susanne Severeid will help you learn how to cope, discuss available resources and point you toward the “new you” after your loss.
Julie Lockhart, is Executive Director of WinterSpring, a non-profit in the Rogue Valley, that supports children, teens, and adults in bereavement. Julie has been seasoned by numerous difficult losses and is a compassionate companion to people in grief.
Susanne Severeid is an award-winning author and TV anchor who experienced grief firsthand with the death of her husband, leaving her to raise their son by herself. She has written and spoken extensively on the subject of grief.
Tune in for the premiere on Wednesday, March 5 at 2:30 pm and every Wednesday thereafter at the same time.
Rock School is a one hour weekly showcase of classical rock music and little-known facts about the legendary artists featured. Dr. Joe Burns and Chad P team up to host this show. The concept was born in 2007 when Dr. Burns was asked to make a guest deejay appearance with Chad P. The hour went so well that both Burns and P decided to turn their 1 hour of fun into a weekly show. Two weeks later, Rock School was born.
Featuring various bands and singers from the 60's, 70's, and 80's, Rock School travels back to when the music was pure and teaches some not-so-pure things about the artists featured. "I love working with Doc. He's so into it and he knows so much. It's a challenge just to keep up with him, but one I really enjoy," said Chad P. "Their chemisrty together is unreal. You can tell they have a passion for the work they're doing," said Todd Delaney, general manager.
Tune in every Monday night at 11 pm.