Five decades and counting: the countrys oldest non-commercial network, originating with KPFA in Berkeley, celebrates its profound archival history in this 5 hour special featuring such radio classics as comic Richard Pryors own KPFA radio show, playwright Bertholt Brecht testifying before HUAC, Tianenmen Square on that fateful summer day in 1989, plus music and spoken … Continued
KPFA and Pacifica Special Broadcasts.
Listen to children stories on the first hour and Brazilian music on the second hour. Hosted by Adalia, regular host of Brazilian Music, aired every other Monday from 1 AM to 3 AM.
On Sunday April 25th 2004, over a thousand organizations of women from across America are expected to converge on the Washington Mall to march and rally for women’s reproductive rights in numbers organizers predict will be "too large to ignore." Pacifica Radio will be there live from 7am to 1pm PST. Broadcast schedule: 7 – … Continued
Tune in for Pacifica’s Live Coverage of National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice’s testimony before the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States, hosted by Larry Bensky and Gail Sheehy. 5:30 – 10 a.m. PST Thursday April 8
Treasury Secretary Geitner leads the American public into a toxic waste-dump of worthless paper, risking the entire economy to bail out Wall Street, we speak to Catherine Austin Fitts and analyze the Treasury plan on Community Business; also, Founder of the Electronic Intifada Ali Abunimah in the Flashpoints studio gives a postmortem on Gaza and … Continued
10-1 pm PST: Pacifica Radio broadcasts live from Fayetteville North Carolina, home of Fort Bragg, where military veterans and families will lead a demonstration of unprecedented size in a military town, Crawford, Texas, the hometown of President Bush, and mass demonstrations in New York City. Veteran journalists Verna Avery-Brown and Larry Bensky will co-host live … Continued
Hear about Slumdog Millionaire's real "slum" Dharavi with Dilip D'souza, author of The Narmada Dammed & Kalpana Sharma, author of Rediscovering Dharavi: Stories from Asia's Largest Slum. And, the film Betrayal traces a Laotian family's flight from war to the mean streets of America; part of the International Laotian Lunar New Year. Also, Secret Asian … Continued