Featured Programs on KSJD July 11th-17thWednesday, July 13th
How gas wells in Colorado and northern New Mexico affect air quality is a concern to many residents of the Four Corners area. Join us for another edition of Talking Heads on the Wednesday morning Zine at 8:30 to hear about the latest report on air pollution and what it means for residents of the region.
Thursday, July 14th
More and more expectant mothers are looking to natural childbirth methods that are part of the time-honored tradition of midwifery. Tune in to the Thursday morning Zine at 8:30 as we discuss natural childbirth, modern trends in delivering babies, and the choices facing pregnant mothers.
Friday, July 15th
Music has been used for centuries in celebration and ceremonies to mark important rites of passage, including the end of life. Join us for the Friday morning Zine at 8:30 as we explore the many ways that music transports us and helps us heal.
Saturday, July 16th
Tune in to KSJD on Saturday afternoon at 1pm for another set of live music performances on Mountain Stage. This week's guests include Doc Watson, David Holt, Justin Townes Earle, John Doyle, Laura Boosinger, and Bob Livingston.
Sunday, July 17th
The series State of the Re:Union continues on Sundries at 9am Sunday morning with a report on Oakland, California. The city has long been home to people building new lives and imagining even better ones, but dreams that have been deferred also haunt this place, in its empty post-boom skyscrapers, its infamous homicide rates, and deep budget cuts. In the face of these entrenched problems, Oakland answers back with diverse, revolutionary solutions.