Portsmouth Community Radio News

Portsmouth At Large – Monday – July 26th – 9 to 10 am – Topic: Portsmouth Community Gardens with Jenny Isler

As the summer progresses, we enjoy the season's flowers and think about the harvest of autumn.  But some of us don't have space for such gardens, or we need a little assistance.  Jenny Isler from Portsmouth Community Gardens is coming to our rescue.  On Monday, Jenny will talk about the new Portsmouth Community Gardens program and how more people can get involved to have their own beautiful plot of soil. Tune in to Portsmouth At Large with hosts Liz Wright,...

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The Free Speech Zone with dj Big Brother – Sunday – July 25th – 7 to 8 pm

Tune in to The Free Speech Zone on Sunday night July 25th at 7 pm to hear a June 23rd  Bonnie Faulkner/Guns And Butter interview with Webster Tarpley titled: The Collapse of Europe As the Second Phase In Two World Depressions. Tarpley compares the three waves of the Great Depression of the 1930s with the progression of the current depression, including: the October 1929 New York Stock  Market crash; the summer 1931 banking panic and collapse of Europe, featuring destruction...

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Live In-Studio Interview with Judy Collins – Sunday – July 25th – 2pm – Special “Stay Tuned” Show with Shawn Henderson

 Songwriter and singer Judy Collins is a living legend.  For nearly 40 illustrious years, her dulcet tones have graced our ears, and her poetic lyrics galvanized a generation.  She has released more than 30 albums, has had numerous Top Ten hits, Grammy nominations and gold and platinum selling albums. I am proud to announce that she will join Shawy Henderson live on Stay Tuned for a special Sunday edition of Stay Tuned. Listen Live - locally at 106.1 FM or...

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The Free Speech Zone – Sunday – July 18th – 7 to 8 pm – DJ Big Brother

Tune in to The Free Speech Zone on Sunday night July 18th at 7 pm to hear "The Wind Will Carry Us: Moving Beyond the Oil Economy",  A World Of Possibilities program which originally aired in June 2004. Renewable Republicans! Conserving conservatives! Across this country where oil has been king, a new breeze is rising, carrying with it currents of economic and political change. Oil is heading out and wind is blowing in. So jump in the truck for a...

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Soul Vaccination – Thursday – July 15th – 6 to 8 pm – Host: Jenny Freeman – Tonight Featuring Music of George Benson

[caption id="attachment_342" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="George Benson"][/caption] Tune in tonight for some of the music of George Benson.  Benson’s music goes from pop to jazz, and I love it all, but tonight I’ll play some of his recordings that he characterized as “sophisticated rhythm and blues”.  And backed by some really fine players who’d worked with some of the tightest bands around such as the Butterfield Blues Band, Sly, and James Brown, among others.   Is there a more tasteful guitarist out...

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SPOTLIGHT: The Kitchen Sink

The Kitchen Sink with JASON BROWN Wednesdays, 8-10 pm Black Francis of The Pixies once commented, "I quickly learned that, on one hand, there was the music everyone was listening to, and, on the other, there were those other, better records to discover." Every Wednesday at 8 pm, Jason Brown explores those other records on The Kitchen Sink, focusing on the bands and artists popular on college and underground radio over the past several decades: from The Jam to Steve...

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Portsmouth At Large – Monday – July 12th – 9 to 10 am – Guest: Bess Palmisciano of “Rain for the Sahel and Sahara”

[caption id="attachment_315" align="aligncenter" width="168" caption="Bess Palmisciano"][/caption] In 2000, Newmarket resident Bess Palmisciano went as a tourist to Niger.  There she was impressed with resilience of the Nigerian peoples, a nomadic tribe who have developed complex societies in harmony with the Sahara desert near and in which they live. Facing the difficulties of drought and the modern world, these peoples have struggled to survive while maintaining their traditions and providing education for their children.  Wanting to help, Bess began Rain for the Sahel...

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Seacoast Business Connection – Monday – July 12th – Noon to 1 pm – Host:Mark Miller Guest: Corey Johnson

[caption id="attachment_310" align="aligncenter" width="155" caption="Corey Johnson - Today's guest on "Seacoast Business Connection""]   [/caption] Today at 12:00 Mark Miller will be interviewing Corey Johnson who is part of Clean Air-Cool Planet Fellowship program. He's in collaboration with the Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce this summer and reaching out to Portsmouth Business. Check out the link and we'll talk to you at noon. http://www.portsmouthchamber.org/green.cfm Listen live locally at 106.1 fm or streaming online at www.wscafm.org and click on "Listen Now" at the top...

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The Free Speech Zone – DJ Big Brother – Sunday – July 11th – 7 to 8 pm

Tune in to The Free Speech Zone on Sunday night July 11th at 7 pm to hear a July 7th Bonnie Faulkner/Guns and Butter interview with Webster Tarpley titled: Obama Plans Lame Duck Sell-Out of  Social Security. The interview covers The Financial Reform Bill,  including The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau; the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform, more popularly  known as the White House Deficit Commission, the Austerity Commission, or the Peterson Commission; the G20 meeting in Toronto and...

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