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KPFK's New Schedual - What do you think?

by Pacifica Fan Thursday, Jul. 10, 2003 at 10:35 PM

I'm archiving this here for future reference and to open up a public area where folks can discuss the changes. Also, don't forget to sign the petition asking KPFK to look at what WBAI does with web streaming (since it's free); KPFK's web streams have become next to useless because too many people are using them and WBAI has a really cool solution KPFK shoudl adopt

Here's the petition for the web streaming

http://www.petitiononline.com/KPFK4WEB/petition.html 

KPFK PROGRAM CHANGES

Fri.,
7/04/03
Open Letter from Program Director Armand Gudiño regarding program changes effective July 15, 2203:

This is Armando Gudiño, program director for KPFK. As many of you are aware, Pacifica and its broadcast stations have undergone many changes in recent times. Several weeks ago we began a new process of change and growth with hope of creating and developing a new and stronger KPFK. Today we have reached that goal. I would like to thank the endless support and participation of the hundreds if not thousands who contributed in the many different ways they did. KPFK now moves towards the further diversification of programming as we do so in the area of political consciousness, cultural awareness and the empowerment of all communities that contribute to the well being of humanity. Change is difficult and growth is even harder. We undertake these challenges for you the audience, supporter and members of the growing demand for change. As we move forward we pay homage to those who have contributed to what we call Pacifica. We thank you for your endless dedication and contributions that now pave the road others to participate in what many of you have created.

 

I would like to ask the audience to join us in our mission to fulfill Lew Hill's vision of a lasting understanding between nations and the individuals of all nations, races, creeds and colors. Please log on to www.kpfk.org and take moment to review our new programming guide. You will here more of this in the next two weeks and we welcome your comments at comments@kpfk.org.

 

Thank You

Armando Gudiño
Program Director

 

Note: Program Schedule subject to change. This Program Grid will take effect on July 15, 2003.

Programming:
(A-Z) List

Last updated July 4, 2003

 

Link to Live Simulcast Click [ here ] to access our live simulcast.
(A) = Alternating Weeks     * = en español     Music Programs= Music Programs
Summer
2003
MON TUE WED THUR FRI SAT SUN
6:00
Democracy Now!
Current Affairs with Pacifica Host Amy Goodman
Wild-
wood
Flower

w/ Ben Elder
Gospel
Classics

w/Edna
Tatum
7:00


Public Affairs
Various Hosts

8:00
The Morning Show
News and Public Affairs
with KPFK host Sonali Kolhatkar
Folkscene
w/Roz & Howard
Larman
A Progressive Review of Books
8:30
8:57
(Community Calendar 8:57 to 9:00 AM, M - F)
9:00
Democracy Now!
(Rebroadcast from 6am)
Sunday Salon
w/ Larry
Bensky
10:00

 

Global Village
An Eclectic International Music Mix

Monday: Lono Brazil
Tuesday: Sabrina Lynn Motley
Wednesday: Yatrika Shah-Rais
Thursday: John Schneider
Friday: Sergio Mielniczenko

Halfway
Down
the Stairs

w/Uncle
Ruthie
World Focus w/Blase Bonpane
11:00
Digital
Village

Back-
ground
Briefing

w/Ian Masters
11:30
NOON
ARTS AND CULTURE
Exploration
w/ Michio Kaku
Free Forum
w/ Terrence McNally
The Spoken Word
Arts in Review
w/ Julio Martinez
Sound Exchange
w/ Jay Kugelman
12:30
Mid-day News
1:00
HEALTH AND SPIRITUALITY
Youth Arts and Culture
Deadline
L.A.

w/ Barbara
Osborn
Richard Bird and Michael Benner
(rotate)
Nita Vallens
The Aware Show
with Lisa Garr
The Aware Show
with Lisa Garr
Rotation
2:00
RADIO PROGRAM COLLECTIVES
Afro-
Dicia

w/D.J.
Nnamdi
Spotlight Africa
w/Assumpta
Oturu
Thematic
Public Affairs
Specialty Programming
Public Affairs
Thematic
3:00
PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Africa Diaspora
IndyMedia on Air Access Unlimited American Indian Airwaves Radio Intifada Alternative
Radio

w/ David
Barsamian
4:00
Pacifica Network / National Programming
Reggae Central
w/Chuck
Foster
5:00
PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Enfoque
Latino*

Suzi Weissman

Michael Slate Jon Weiner Jerry Quickley Jerry Quickley
5:57
(Community Calendar 5:57 to 6:00 PM, M - F)
6:00
KPFK Evening News
M.T. Karthik & News Staff

Canto
Sin
Fronteras*

w/ Tanya Torres
Cosmic
Barrio

w/Derek Rath
6:30
7:00
EVENING PUBLIC AFFAIRS
IMRU
Tuesday Live
w/ Earl Ofari Hutchinson
Feminist Magazine
Various Hosts
The
Lawyer's Guild
w/ Jim Lafferty
Talk Radio
A Week in Review
8:00
GENERAL ISSUES PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Canto Tropical
w/Hector Resendez
The Music Never Stops
w/Barry Smolin
Politix
Middle East in Focus
w/ Don Bustany
TBA
Labor Review
Spaceways
w/Carlos Nino
9:00
Spanish Language News *
9:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS (Spanish - 30 minutes)
10:00
PUBLIC AFFAIRS (Spanish - 1 hour)
Divine Forces
w/Fidel Rodriquez
Travel Tips
for Aztlan
w/Mark Torres
For the Record
w/Samm Brown
10:30
11:00
EVENING MUSIC MIX Poetry
Restless Soul w/Kristi Lomax
The Root
w/ Robert Mora
Rhapsody in Black w/ Bill Gardner Preachin' the Blues
w/Ed Archer
Rock en español
MID
Axis of Justice Radio (alt.)
Rise with Jazz
w/Mark
Maxwell
1:00 Something's Happening
with Roy of Hollywood
Information on the Cutting Edge
Aziatik Rhythmz
Funky Beats w/Delphine
3:00
Truth Seekers
Music
6:00

(A) = Alternating Weeks     * = en español     Music Programs= Music Programs

 


and here's the old schedual

 

Programming:
(A-Z) List

Last updated July 4, 2003

 

Link to Live Simulcast Click [ here ] to access our live simulcast.

Links to Archives=Indicates that the program is archived and available in RealAudio
Music Programs= Music Programs
Summer
2002
MON TUE WED THUR FRI SAT SUN
6:00
Democracy Now! Democracy Now! Archives Link
Current Affairs with Pacifica Host Amy Goodman
Wild-
wood
Flower

w/ Ben Elder
Gospel
Classics

w/Edna
Tatum
7:00
The Morning Show
News and Public Affairs
with KPFK host Sonali Kolhatkar

Radio Nation
w/Marc Cooper
8:00
The Morning Show
Heartfelt
Music

w/John &
Deanne Davis
8:30
Halfway
Down
the Stairs

w/Uncle
Ruthie
8:57
(Community Calendar 8:57 to 9:00 AM, M - F)
9:00
Democracy Now!
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