Here's what's happening on KSKQ this week:
- Farm Talk, Monday, Monday July 27 @ 1 pm. The owner of TonTon's Artisan Affections will be joining Dave Munson for a second time. Why, he was just a peach fuzzed baby when he made his debut and now his business is growing and he has some BIG PLANS. Tune in to hear all about them.
Literary Ashland is a new monthly show with a focus on writers and writing. Ed Battistella and Michael Niemann host a lively 30 minute show that features literary events in the valley and interviews with local and regional authors.
Literary Ashland broadcasts once a month on the fourth Friday of the month at 1 pm. Archives of each show are available from the show page on this website. Just check for Literary Ashland under "Current Local Programs."
Ed Battistella is professor of English and Writing at Southern Oregon University. He is the author of numerous books and articles. His latest publication is "Sorry About That. The Language of Public Apology." Michael Niemann has been hanging around KSKQ for the past six years. He's written a number of non-fiction items. His latest thriller is "Legitimate Business."
Sierra Club Radio is a weekly half hour program produced by Sierra Club staff and hosted by Orli Cotel. Each week you'll hear in-depth interviews with politicians, authors, celebrities, artists, and activists inspired by nature. We also feature lifestyle tips from Sierra magazine, advice from the magazine's columnist, Mr. Green, and occasional commentary from Club Executive Director Michael Brune.
As the host of Sierra Club Radio, Orli Cotel has conducted more than 300 interviews with leading opinion makers, activists, CEOs and politicians -- ranging from Thomas Friedman of the New York Times, to Indigo Girls' singer Amy Ray. Orli first joined the environmental movement as a grassroots activist, running campaigns in New Orleans, Lake Tahoe, Cleveland, and Philadelphia. She later became the Sierra Club's National Publicist, searching out the most captivating environmental stories and heroes and pitching their tales to top media outlets. Born and raised in Manhattan, Orli got her start in radio as a child, recording jingles and voice-overs for national commercials. She now lives in San Francisco.
Tuesdays, 10-10:30 am.