Featured Programs on KSJD August 1st-7thMonday, August 1st
Author Frank Bergone writes novels set in the American West that explore its traditions and myths with vivid historical detail. Tune in to the Monday morning Zine at 8:30 for another edition of All Lit Up and an interview with Mr. Bergone where he talks about fist fights, the myths of the American West, and his perspective on writing.
Tuesday, August 2nd
Natural gas drilling utilizes a technique known as hydrofracturing to make gas extraction more efficient, but this practice has come under fire for ground water pollution issues. Join us on the Tuesday morning Zine at 8:30 for another episode of Pandora's Box, as we start a discussion about what hydrofracturing is and how it could be impacting our water supplies.
Wednesday, August 3rd
Historic properties on Montezuma Avenue in Cortez are an important example of the rich history that is on display in the city. Tune in to the Wednesday morning Zine at 8:30 as we discuss these properties and a new effort to learn more about them.
Thursday, August 4th
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, August 5th
Jefferey Holle will present "New Cowboy Tradition in Amazonia" on Friday evening as part of the Four Corners Lecture Series at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center. Join us for the Friday morning Zine at 8:30 as we talk with Jeffrey about his work with Brazilian cattlemen and their approach to modern ecology.
Saturday, August 6th
Tune in for Mountain Stage at 1pm for another fabulous line-up of musical performances live from the stage. This week's guests include Lizz Wright, Raul Midon, The Holmes Brothers, Fruit Bats, Deolinda, and The Paper Raincoat.
Sunday, August 7th
Tune in to Sundries at 9am on Sunday morning for an encore airing of Radiolab. In this episode, Radiolab steers its way through a series of stories about getting lost, and asks how our brains, and our hearts, help us get home.