Arts & Culture

03.06.14 BELOWtheWASTE

Hmm Hmm Hiiim

3/6/2014 The Morning Blend

Hosts: Paul Brohaugh, Mark Koerner, Janis Lane-Ewart
Guests: Ken Bradley
Programs: Moments of the Movement
Editors: Diego Ortega
Reporters: Cyn Collins, Doug Cain

3/5/2014 MinneCulture

KFAI celebrates exceptional women during the month of March in recognition of International Women’s Day. Tonight, MinneCulture presents an audio documentary entitled Rosalie Wahl: Minnesota’s first female Supreme Court Justice.

In 1977, the Women’s Movement scored a major victory with Roe v. Wade, but Congress failed to pass the Equal Rights Amendment. In Minnesota, a pro-life Catholic governor and a public defender, poet and mother of four would make state history when Rudy Perpich appointed Rosalie Wahl as Minnesota’s first female Supreme Court Justice. Britt Aamodt examines one of Minnesota’s most significant heroes in women’s history. Featuring Lori Sturdevant, author of “Her Honor: Rosalie Wahl & the Minnesota Women’s Movement,” and Betty Wilson, author of “Rudy! The People’s Governor.”

3/5/2014 Art Matters

Actors Rhianna Yazzie and Shana Berg talk about their roles in the History Theater’s production of “Lonely Soldiers: Woman at War in Iraq” by Helen Benedict, directed by Austene Van. Benedict scripted her monologues based on interviews and letters from women serving in Iraq, about their abuse at the hands of their male comrades. Benedict’s writings on women at war inspired the award winning 2012 documentary, “The Invisible War.” Also on the program, Dixie Treichel and Rmay Rivard give us highlights of KFAI’s 24 hours of programming on Saturday, March 8th for International Women’s Day programming.

3/5/2014 Listening Lounge

FIVE STORIES OF WAR
Featuring stories by Kathy Tu, Jake Warga, & others.

3/5/2014 The Morning Blend

Music Host: David Cummings
News Host: Robert Easley
Producer: Mike Fischbein
Engineer: Mike Stapp

3/5/2014 Echo Chamber

In celebration of International Women’s Day (March 8th) and National Women’s History Month, the Echo Chamber presented its annual “Beautiful Sounds of Women…Around the World” special. And what a great list of women singers & players we had on this year’s show: Marcia Griffiths, Judy Mowatt, Ari Up, PJ Higgins, The Angel (of 60 Channels), Marcia Aitken, Althea & Donna, Jennifer Paulos, Jazzmin Tutum, Manja, Mel Uye-Parker, Riognach Connolly, O. De Lanzac, Lali, Serani Poji, Andrea Parker, Nneka, Mo Kalamity, Jaqee, Hirie, Sister Audrey, Soom T, Natacha Atlas, Pauline Black (of the Selecter), Victoria Moralez, Makiko (and Killa Sista), Kaori Takeda, Eddi Reader (with Little Tempo), Shiina Ringo, MC Sultana, Anoushka Shankar, Mimi Maura, Delia Derbyshire, Grace Jones, Sena & Judi K., Candice Cannabis (with Up, Bustle, & Out), Almu Janeioro (of the Transilvanians), Bronagh Slevin, Skye Sweetnam, Janet Kay, Alice Russell, Sam “Mean Lil Mama” Payne, SXtheMadArtist, Céu (with Dubophonic), plus the ladies of Perfume, the Dreamlets, Macdonald Duck Eclair, and Coltemonikha.

3/4/2014 Write On! Radio

We speak with Chang-Rae Lee about his new novel On Such A Full Sea.

3/4/2014 The Morning Blend

Music Host / Engineer: Jean Silverberg
News Host: Ryan Dawes
Producer: Ron Thums

3/3/2014 Malarkey-Radio with an Irish Accent
He's been called "Ireland's best kept musical secret" (Irish Examiner)

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