Here's what's happening on KSKQ this week:
- Honey Culture Radio, Wednesday, Sept. 3 @ 1 pm. Laura Bee will interview Austin who develops products with Vegan base, food grade, organic, non-gmo ingredients for sustainable agriculture and farming.
Josh has a simple criterion for selecting the music he plays and the people he interviews on One Night Only: is the artist performing in the Rogue Valley in the near future? That's it. The show wants to motivate people to see live music by highlighting the best of what is coming to town. Building on the host's music writing for The Rogue Valley Messenger and his deep background in Southern Oregon's music scene, One Night Only is the essential resource for local live music.
Josh Gross is a frenetic enthusiast of all things communicable, which infuses chutzpah into all he endeavors despite the ardent detractors he encounters. By day, he edits and causes trouble for The Rogue Valley Messenger. By night he causes trouble mostly for himself. In addition to his media work, Josh has written two books of fiction, more than a dozen produced plays, and short films and plays on Southern Oregon rock bands, Iconoplasty, The VAM Commanders and Def Cougar Mellencamp. Learn more about his various endeavors at www.TheJoshGross.org.
One Night Only broadcasts every Monday from 2 - 4 pm.
In the days leading up to the Persian Gulf War in 1991, non-commercial WPKN Radio's (Bridgeport, CT) public affairs producers Scott Harris, and Denise Manzari, along with other contributors, created Between The Lines, a half-hour radio newsmagazine to probe the causes and conduct of the conflict. After the Persian Gulf War ended, the program's producers continued broadcasting Between The Lines, but with a broader focus: providing a platform for activists, journalists and academics generally ignored or marginalized in the corporate media. The program's primary focus is to provide a substantive progressive alternative to corporate news obsessed with violent crime, celebrities and "infotainment."
In 2004, the producers established Squeaky Wheel Productions, Inc., a non-profit organization to distribute Between The Lines and other community media projects. In addition to distributing Between The LInes to radio stations and websites each week, Squeaky Wheel Productions organizes public education events in the U.S. and internationally. Our tax-exempt fiscal sponsor is The International Center for Global Communications Foundation, Inc. (dba The Global Center), based in New York City.
Since 1991, Between The Lines has provided in-depth, timely analysis on a wide range of political, economic and social issues including: the history and consequences of two U.S. wars with Iraq; increasing disparity in wealth in the U.S.; coverage of the global social justice movement and related protests challenging the free trade, corporate-driven policies of the World Trade Organization and World Bank/International Monetary Fund; post-9/11 erosion of civil liberties; constitutional protections and international law in the U.S.; progressive electoral victories sweeping Latin America; the crisis in the U.S. health care system; international grassroots mobilization to confront global climate change; racism permeating the prison industrial complex; efforts to repair flaws in the U.S. electoral system and increasing opposition to a new nuclear arms race in space.
Wednesdays, 10-10:30 am.