November 25 - Thursday Night Talk takes a break for Thanksgiving. In its place KHSU airs "Thanksgiving is for Eaters" from WNYC's food podcast "The Sporkful". Mo Rocca and Amy Sedaris share tips for holiday entertaining, covering everything from what music to play to mediating family disputes. Radiolab’s Robert Krulwich discusses the economics of leftovers and tells the story of the time a turkey tried to put the moves on his wife. Recipes, listener memories and laughs served with turkey and stuffing.
Thursday Night Talk
December 4 - In commemoration of the Free Speech Movement and the 50 year anniversary of Mario Savio's famous "Bodies on the Gears Speech," movement veteran, writer, and local historian Jentri Anders will join Eric Kirk to discuss the history of the New Left in the Bay Area and lessons which can be applied to today's activism on Thursday Night Talk, December 4 at 7:00 p.m.
Timing Changes for NPR News Magazines
Starting Monday November 17th, you may notice some changes to the timing of features on Morning Edition, All Things Considered and Weekend Edition. NPR is changing what is called "the clock" for these programs. Some changes have already started, like the addition of the 10 minute feature on money from American Public Media, "Marketplace Morning Report" now airing at 7:50 a.m.
KHSU will have more time for local content, like previewing local programs.
Some features, like the KHSU Community Calendar, StoryCorps, and commentary from Frank DeFord and Cokie Roberts will air at different times than we are all used to.
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