Bruce has guest Scott Griffin on the show discussing the Nickelodeon Theater in Santa Cruz. Also on the show is Jim Emdy about opera season in Northern California.
Bruce Bratton interviews Joan Van Antwerp about Van Antwerp's theater play, "Crooked;" Also on the show is Sayaka Yubuki and Jack Bowers about new music works that tribute John Cage.
Bruce Bratton has a live interview with Lisa Uttal from the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, as well as Sally Green from the Cultural Council of Santa Cruz County.
Bruce sits down with Audrey Stanley about Shakespeare Santa Cruz and Becky O'Malley about "The Berkeley Daily Planner" Online.
Bruce has an interview with Denice Macy about Land of the Medicine Buddah as well as Joe Ferrard about "Atlantis Fantasyworld."
Recorded Bookshop Santa Cruz's short story contest winners as well as owner Casey Protti.
Nikki Silva of NPR's Kitchen Sisters talks about about Cabrillo Festival of contemporary music; Michael Warren, UCSC professor, is all about Shakespeare Santa Cruz.
Bruce has Tom Noddy, the "Bubble Guy" who will be performing at the Santa Cruz Fringe Festival, as well as Anita Monga, Artistic Director of the San Francisco Silent Film Festival.
Guests Mark Wainer & Judy Johnson Darrow interviews about "Community of Artists" Photography Exhibit at Felix Kulpa Gallery; Wendy Mayer-Lochtefeld about new plans to save Capitola Book Café.
Live interviews with Rachel Goodman & George Newell about the Tannery Arts Center, as well as Tubten Pende & James Dougherty about Buddhism lecture series.
Bruce talks with Gina Marie Hayes about the UCSC Drama presentation "I Dream of Chang & Eng" followed by a conversation with UCSC grad Rebecca Ronay-Hazleton about her book, "Choosing Health."
Bruce talks with Tita Wadsworth about Mountain Community Theater and John Thiemann about Funeral Alliance of Monterey Bay.