KZSC’s new schedule has a fresh addition to the news department! “This Just In–From Outdoors!” is an environmentally focused news show that airs on KZSC every Friday from 7:00pm – 7:30pm. The focus of the program is to educate out listeners about local environmental issues, and to train incoming KZSC DJs on the art of […]
About Talk Programming Director
Talk programming is all about KZSC's news, public affairs, sports, and interview shows. Also, puppies and Neil Young's mutton chops.
Entries by Talk Programming Director
This week on Talkabout, State Senator Bill Monning showed up with a bucket and squeegee ready to clean the windows and talk with Santa Cruz residents about the issues facing them. Bill Monning is the representative of the 17th district, which encompasses much of the California central coast. He also is a frequent listener of […]
Alexandra Starlight and Zachary James of Alexandra & the Starlight Band stopped by the station to do an interview with our own DJ Soul Patch during his program Not-so-distant Relatives which airs every Thursday from 2pm-4pm. Listen for Alexandra’s rocking acoustic jam! Although the KZSC talk department is fairly new on the scene, KZSC has a […]
Thursday July 17th be sure to tune in to “Happy beyond words” with me, DJ Roux, to hear a special live poetry reading with Gabe Kittle, a local poet and teacher! He will be sharing his poetry with us as well as talking about his poetry workshop at the tannery arts center and his upcoming […]
A Conversation with B. Ruby Rich on New Queer Cinema: Two decades ago, B. Ruby Rich coined the term “New Queer Cinema” in a Sight & Sound essay to describe the movement of emerging independent queer films at film festivals. This March, Rich released a new book entitled “New Queer Cinema: The Director’s Cut,” which […]
This week on Universal Grapevine, the legendary Bruce Bratton has Santa Cruz County Supervisor Greg Caput discussing the issues and news from Watsonville and our South County. In the second half hour, Bruce interviews game inventor and world traveler Robert Easley about his travels and experiences after leaving UCSC.