The KHSU Homepage - Weekdays 1-1:30PM
Homepage Executive Producer: Katie Whiteside
Monday: Hosted by Katie Whiteside, featuring Cosmic Calendar with Salina Rain.
Tuesday: Hosted by Danielle Orr, featuring Del Norte News with various hosts and School Days with Susan Andrews.
Wednesday: featuring The Qwire with Conner Jepson and Sue Buckley.
Thursday: Hosted by Katie Whiteside, featuring Chronologically Gifted: Conversations About Life After 50 hosted by Pamela Brown and Annie Diver-Stamnes weekly; Classics Now with Dick Stull and Mary Harper the third Thursday and Making Headway with Jeffery Smoller on the first Thursday of the month.
Friday: Hosted by Danielle Orr, featuring Food for Thought produced by Jennifer Bell and Jessica Eden.
Food for Thought Blog with show archives
Information on what women are doing in the world…women telling their stories. Current hosts are Corinne Frugoni, Kathleen Marshall, Amy Jester and Brenda Starr with occasional guest hosts lending a voice as well. Beth Rogers serves as the audio editor.
Executive Producer: Kathleen Marshall
To submit an interview request, to suggest guests or topics for future shows, or to request a copy of a program on CD, contact host, engineer and producer Wendy Butler
Bioneers Revolution from the Heart of Nature - Wednesday 1:30-2pm
Timely interviews on burning environmental issues of the day, along with news and information on upcoming meetings, hikes and events. Engineered by Fred McLaughlin. Hosts include: Ken Burton, Scott Greason - Friends of the Eel River; Dan Ehresman - North Coast Environmental Center; Jen Kalt, Beth Werner - Humboldt Baykeeper; Gary Hughes - The Environmental Protection Information Center
Econews Report has aired on KHSU for over 35 years and began as "The Environmental Report" started by Gregg McVickar (host of sydicated public radio show Undercurrents ) in Spring of 1975. The weekly guest at that time was John Amodio, then-director of the North Coast Environmental Center, predecessor to Tim McKay, who replaced Amadillo at the Center very shortly after. The renamed EcoNews Report came into its own under host McKay, longtime environmental activist and Executive Director of the North Coast Environmental Center.
A weekly, one hour call-in talk show addressing a wide range of political and cultural issues.
KHSU's call-in talk show, Thursday Night Talk has a new slate of alternating hosts starting February 2013, each with their own focus. Join the conversation on world and national politics, local affairs, authors, philosophy and our local economy.
Jacqueline Debets - The Redwood Coast is a hotbed of entrepreneurship. Hear about the industries growing here, business opportunities and successes, how start-up and seasoned entrepreneurs are making and marketing new products that people love around the globe. Hosted by Humboldt County economic developer and business owner herself, Jacqueline Debets.
Kevin Hoover - Former Publisher and Editor of the Arcata Eye and Editor-at-Large of the Mad River Union Newspaper.
Local attorney and amateur political pundit Eric Kirk focuses on issues of local to global importance in politics, religion, culture, and science, with an emphasis on cross-ideological dialogue and the constant reexamination of the credos and dogmas which govern each of us.
Long time radio activist Brenda Starr brings her free spirit, wit and humor to TNT. Exploring politics, community and the games people play, she awaits your calls during a segment called Flash where you the listener share your likes & dislikes of the eek! Brenda is also a co-host of KHSU’s “Through The Eyes Of Women”
David Cobb, long time Thursday Night Talk host and 2004 Green Party Presidential candidate.
To suggest guests or topics, offer feedback on the show, or to order a CD copy of a previous program, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the KHSU business office at 826-4807.