February 28, 2015
A Special from the Archives - Show 1103
A weird and wonderful show from February 21, 1998 at The Great American Music Hall, when Sedge welcomed:
MusicianGrammy Award-winning folk singer, humorist, and actor with music from his recording Little Ship.
AuthorEnglish novelist and screenwriter, author of Enduring Love, The Innocent, and Black Dogs.
JugglersBrothers Dmitri and Ivan from the physical comedy troupe bring us some juggling on the radio!
February 21, 2015
A Special from the Archives - Show 1102
From February 9, 2002 the Raven Performing Ars Theater in Healdsburg, California.
CARL DJERASSI, (Oct 29, 1923 - Jan 30, 2015) novelist, playwright, National Medal of Science Winner, and inventor of the birth control pill, whose book This Man's Pill reflects on the 50 years since its invention.
ZYDECO FLAMES, the West Coast's premier zydeco band, bring us some of that Mardi Gras spirit.
ALEXANDRA FULLER, author of Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonight: An African Childhood.
SHANA MORRISON, who got her start singing with father Van's band, combines Irish folk, r&b, country, and jazz.
ARMANDO GARCIA_DAVILA, California poet, author of At the Edge of the River - Al Lado del Rio.
MIKE GREENSILL, renowned piano-man, and more!
February 14, 2015
Recorded at the SF Ferry Building - Show 1101
Due to a technical issue, this show did not air last week, so we present it to you this week. It's a good one! Sedge welcomes:
Illustrator22nd installment in the Elephant & Piggie series, Waiting is Not Easy.
asks what one person can do about climate change, Congressional ineptitude, ignorance, war and greed. His answer: Write funny songs!
Dancerauthor, book publisher, and a tango aficionado!
February 7, 2015
Live from the SF Ferry Building - Show 1100
Recorded at the SF Ferry Building (due to technical issues at NPR, last week's show was re-broadcast). This show will air Feb 14.
MO WILLEMS, six-time Emmy Award winning writer and animator for Sesame Street brings us his 22nd installment in the Elephant & Piggie series, Waiting is Not Easy.
MAC BARNETT & JORY JOHN team up to bring us a double helping of fun and mischief in their new book about rivaling pranksters, The Terrible Two.
ROY ZIMMERMAN asks what one person can do about climate change, Congressional ineptitude, ignorance, war and greed. His answer: Write funny songs!
TUMBLEWEED WANDERERS bring listeners from dark chaotic banjo-rock, through intimate acoustic harmonies, to energetic explosions of soul.
TERENCE CLARKE author, book publisher, and a tango aficionado!
MIKE GREENSILL, witty piano man. And More!
January 31, 2015
Encore Presentation - Show 1099
We present this gem of a show from June 11, 2005 at SF MOMA, never before re-broadcast:
DAVID SEDARIS memoirist, humorist, storyteller, comedian, author, radio contributor and smoker.
MELISSA BANK author of Girl's Guide to Hunting and Fishing and the new The Wonder Spot.
CLAIRE PEASLEE our resident naturalist.
HOWARD JUNKER, editor and founder of the literary magazine ZYZZYVA.
DMITRI MATHENY ORCHESTRA whose sound has been called "so cool it'll run a shiver through your martini," celebrating the release of his new CD Nocturne.