The Beerworth Sisters, Julia and Anna, have been playing music together for a number of years and have recently released a CD "Simple Things." Music by: The Beerworth Sisters.
Matthew Fox is a theologian who writes books, teaches seminars, and who is known for challenging the Vatican on issues of integrity and policy. Suzanne Sterling is a musician, yoga practitioner, ritualist, and co-founded Off The Mat, Into The World. Music by: Anonymous, Ensemble Organum w/Marcel Pérés, Richard Souther, and Suzanne Sterling.
William LeSassier was an herbalist, acupuncturist, bodyworker, and teacher. Tonight we remember William and his work with guests Moira Brown and Rosemary Gladstar. Music by: Jackson Browne, Leon Russell, Lowell George, The Ramones, John Lee Hooker & Carlos Santana, and Emmylou Harris.
Rachel Goble founded The SOLD Project to prevent child prostitution in Thailand. Ransom Kong is a musical duo from Hawaii. Music by: Carlos Santana, The Beatles, Laura Nyro, Tin Bird Choir, and Ransom Kong.
Dr. Mary Weems, Imagination Intellect Theorist, Poet, Playwright, discusses her inspirations, and her new play "Blink." Joshua Tucker discusses his new film "We Can't Eat Gold" about the proposed Pebble gold mine in Bristol Bay, Alaska. Music by: Steely Dan, John Mayer, Donny Hathaway, and Richard Capener.
iZÖNUS playing live in the WBKM studio. Berkshire Rock Power Trio!
Rosemary Gladstar has been an herbalist, teacher, and community builder for over 35 years. Samantha Crain is a musician from Shawnee, Oklahoma. This week she is performing at SXSW. We'll be talking with her fresh from that experience. Music by: Bill Withers, Native American Flute Collection, Kate Wolf, and Samantha Crain.
Susan Grimaldi is a Field Associate for the Foundation for Shamanic Studies. We'll be discussing her work in China and South America. Musical guest Lynne Marti from "Poet in Process" a band out of Barcelona, Spain, talks about their new CD. Music by: Poet in Process
Karim El Hakim in Cairo, Egypt discussing developments there; David Ortega and Trevon Trapper from A Place Called Home in LA; Joshua Glass, in Vermont, is recording his first CD. Music by: Trevon Trapper, Omar Offendum & The Narcicyst & Freeway & Ayah & Amir Sulaiman, Marcel Khalife, Christina Aguilera Featuring Lil' Kim, and Joshua Glass.
CodePink's Noor Mir discusses US drones killing people around the world. Will Francome & Mark Pizzey discuss One For Ten, their documentary film project about innocents on death row. Mike Cavanaugh shares his new CD "Lovely Lonely Place." Music by: Calexico, Bow Thayer, The Hood Internet, Steve Halliday, Mode, and Mike Cavanaugh.
Hector Aristizabal and Baruch discuss how we can become a more peaceful country. Kyle and Jack from Keteka.com tell their story, and Jimmy Ryan introduces his brand new CD Readville. Music by: Juluka, Paul Brady, LTJ Bukem, Poet in Process, Ekimosis, Widespread Panic, and Jimmy Ryan.
Emily Baker is a songwriter and singer from the UK discussing her new CD All At Sea. Street Medics Brian and Emily discuss the underground medical movement. Baruch shares experiences from Jamaica. Music by: P-Funk All Stars, Little Feat, Jonathan Saraga Quintet, The Medics, Alpha Blondy, The Uprising Roots, and Emily Baker.
The Spielpalast Cabaret is entering it's13th year. Four Spielpalast players joined Baruch in the WBKM studio, in character, singing and discussing the show; Phinneus, Gabi, Nicolette, and Richard
Friends of Paradigms offer new music in this end of year show! Music by: Holly Near, Derrik Jordan, Sinead O'Connor, Micah Atwell, Painted Caves, The Uprising Roots, Jon Anderson, Bess Klassen-Landis, Tobiah, 3 Trees, Otaak Band, Todd Thibaud, Cosy Sheridan, Bobby Treasure & Chino, Steph Pappas, and Buffy Sainte-Marie.
Francisco Ramos-Stierle, astro physicist born in the place humans call Mexico on planet Earth, arrested in the place called Oakland and sent, this week, to immigration court to determine his status. His status, as far as I could tell, is that he is a bright spirit in a living breathing body on a planet. We had two wonderful conversations, before and after court about life on Earth. Music by: Carlos Santana, MC Yogi, Tony Vacca, Adrian Belew, The Good Earth Singers, Bob Holroyd, 3 Trees, Maggie Longmire, Mamaguroove, and Gina Rene.