Update Washington D.C., with nation national affairs correspondent John Nichols. Hosted by Kris Welch.
11:00 AM Tues - Thurs
The Talkies showcases the wealth of authors, artists, activists, theater and music in the Bay Area and beyond through interviews, call-ins, and readings.
Hosted by one of KPFA’s best known programmers, Kris Welch has lived and worked in the Bay Area for a good portion of her adult life. Kris is a natural storyteller, seasoned communicator and a master of the art of radio. She is excited to be host to a variety of stories emanating from the Bay Area scene along with National and Regional stories with local reverberations. The Talkies seeks to help us get to know each other and share our lives and passions through the intimacy of the broadcast word.
Conscious aging. Hosted by Kris Welch.
The cultural, the intellectual, the political, the spiritual — and the silly. Life as we know it, fear it, love it, question it, live it. Hosted by Kris Welch.
Talk of ceasefire, as war rages on. We talk deep roots, changing opinions, and current realities, with Khury Peterson-Smith, of IPS. Hosted by Kris Welch.
We talk with Jeet Heer, national affairs correspondent for The Nation magazine, about the past, the present, and the future, of Trump-style authoritarian cults—and the dangers to “democracy”. Hosted by Kris Welch.
A conversation with Obi Kaufmann, artist, illustrator, writer, about how the beauties of nature can save the world. Hosted by Kris Welch.
Marshall Rosenburg developed what he called Non-Violent Communication, as a result of his own boyhood experiences of “race riots’ in his home of Detroit. His principles and technigue are now taught all over the world. We get a taste. Hosted by Kris Welch.
The spiritual pioneer, writer, and teacher Ram Dass on how to embrace aging and changing. Hosted by Kris Welch. Thank you for Supporting KPFA!!!
Guest: Phyllis Bennis is a fellow of the Institute for Policy Studies. Her most recent book is the 7th updated edition of “Understanding the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict: A Primer“. Her other books include: “Ending the Iraq War: A Primer“, “Understanding the US-Iran Crisis: A Primer” and “Challenging Empire: How People, Governments, and the UN Defy US Power“. … Continued
Not in the headlines, but still in process: people of color dying at the hands of police. Plus: Black lives lost to police violence are honored and celebrated in an art installation. PLUS Raymond Nat Turner, the Town Crier. Hosted by Kris Welch.