Bright Spark is a podcast about harm reduction. In this podcast series we
interview people doing the bold, innovative, and necessary work that is
saving lives and fighting against the stigmatization of drug use and drug
Hosted by Alec Dunn - nurse and har...
Century Of Lies is a weekly 30-minute program that is focused on drug policy
reform and the war on drugs. The show explores criminal justice, public
health, and international policy as well as US policies and includes news
reports, commentary, interviews, and other rec...
This is an interview with Toody Cole, Chloe Eudaly, Polly Anne Birge, and
Robin Mullins about Dead Moon Night, Thursday October 5th at 6pm at City Hall
- 1221 SW 4th Avenue in Portland
Join Portland City Hall and Commissioner Chloe Eudaly in commemorating the
Tune in for new and vintage political/spiritual/radical folk and rock music.
Music has always been a healing and transformative force in culture. In
the1960s we saw the birth of folk/rock music –a convergence of music.
culture and activism that changed a nation. We are livi...
DI Squared is a program about entrepreneurs of color in the Portland area.
Each week we feature an entrepreneur who tells the story about getting
started. We also present a resource organization that provides services to
businesses in getting started. And we raise---and ...
Our Mission is:
To bring you the voices of Dine'tah—to create a shared vision for the world
we want to live in.
And inform and inspire YOU into action.
“You are the change you've been waiting for”.
We will create a forum where we can learn together, define our ...
The United States has become synonymous with empire and endless war, American
troops sit in 70% of the world's countries, and yet, most Americans don't
know that. The military is joined disproportionately by a 'warrior caste’
whom carry this enormous burden, making a less ...
An immigrant on a gentrifying block and the lovely mess of community making.
The first series of I See You starts out in a rapidly changing inner city of
Portland (OR), as neighbors find common ground and ask who we can be,
together. Boozy block parties, neighbor noise, co...
Jazz in the New Millennium is hosted by longtime music journalist, educator
and radio host Rick Mitchell.
Each one-hour program showcases an individual living jazz artist, placing
their work in historical perspective, from their earliest recordings to their
This is a music and talk show from two old friends in their 60’s who love
to discover, listen, and talk about music. Each show will have a unique
theme by which the guys will bring you great songs from the last six decades
as well background discussion about the artists, s...
My podcast is designed to be an approximately 15 minute show focusing on news
and public affairs. the program will be intertwined with occasional guests
and a variety of music.
Left of Center is intended to look at news and public affairs from a far left
Driving an elderly person to the doctor, sitting with a terminally ill
patient so their care giver can take a much-needed break, gleaning and
distributing surplus food and firewood to needy households, reading to
elementary school children: These are all ways local people w...
"Love, Lillie and Cathy" is a radio show/podcast dedicated to the topic
that has inspired song writers since the beginning of time: love.
Each week, we focus on a different theme, such as lost love, bluegrass, a
particular decade, or maybe songs that are especially importa...
Neon Music Country Legacy is dedicated and continuing the visionary work of
music radio programmer and creator Bert Gagnon. Bert’s idea for music radio
programming centers around showcasing the songwriters and composers of
popular country, pop, folk, bluegrass, blues, and r...
OFF THE SHELF is a podcast highlighting radical library workers, knowledge
activists, and information freedom fighters who are transforming,
enriching, and empowering lives in the diverse communities they serve. Join
host Bob Abbey and his guests for lively discussions of t...
Open Air is a guest driven entertainment talk show featuring engaging,
entertaining, informative and provocative conversations with celebrities,
authors, local personalities, musicians, members of our community and beyond.
Open Air is a place for people to tell their st...
Bringing you a significant soup, along with culture, cooking and
Audio nourishment for both the heart and mind.
Click here for the program blog
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Profiles is a KBOO podcast that explores criminalization, gentrification,
displacement and grassroots community resilience
Profiles is a unique KBOO podcast series that explores how our communities
define crime and criminals, what are the effects of labeling communities ...
Progressive Spirit talks intelligently about spirituality and social
justice. Listen to interviews with top scholars, authors, social justice
activists, and spiritual leaders from around the world.
Download or subscribe via iTunes!
Once a month, tune in to hear the station manager report.
This is a report created for the board of directors and presented at their
meeting on the 4th Monday of each month. The report goes through the
different departments at KBOO and shares some highlights about what s...
The 5ive is oregons home for hip hop, r&b and local underground music. We
bring all the music that doesnt get much play in our state and pair it with
the many talented artists that would otherwise have no outlet for their
music. We play 3 to 5 locals and do 1 or 2 interview...
Moe Bowstern inteviews Samantha Martin and Polly Smith of The Amazing
The Amazing Acro-Cats, and their human staff, are devoted to promoting
cat-training awareness and supporting feline adoption and rescue across the
Our mission is to show cat lovers ...
Based on an actual event, The Ethiopian Ball takes place in Charleston, South
Carolina, near the end of the American Revolutionary War. Narrator of The
Ethiopian Ball is actress/singer Ashley Jordan, in the role of Crissy. Says
Jordan, “The Ethiopian Ball is a rare jewel ...
The Final Straw Radio is a weekly, anarchist radio show based out of
Asheville, NC. Its hosts, Bursts and William, work to bring listeners: timely
info; insights from folks in struggle against injustice and for autonomy;
thoughts and expressions from artists and authors wor...
Welcome to The Flow - Where Music & Metaphysics* Lift You Higher
We hold the power at every moment to tap our inner resources and change our
lives. The Flow uses ancient sounds, international rhythms, metaphysics and
mental management strategies to help clear i...
Music diversity of genres bridges the gap between all musical tastes, ages of
the listeners, and referring to Portland's many bridges. In music, there is
usually a bridge in the song transitioning from one verse or the chorus to
some new insight in the direction of the son...
The Spirit of the Forest is an audio drama / dark comedy, where each episode
spans an array of vignettes, ideas, and other audio worth considering.
Featuring experimental narratives, improvised sketch comedy, sad stories,
discussions, satire & parody, obtuse audio envir...
Portraits of artists. Portraits of everyone. Portraits of anyone.
Anyone who has left a mark, made a dent or cracked a wall, applied color to
canvas or brushed their fingers through water, darned yarn or punched a
typewriter, defended and resisted, held the room breathle...
Informative and entertaining talk about the issues that matter.
The Upside Downtrodden podcast is the voice for our mission to create a new
civilization. Each episode we discuss issues important to the effort to
create a more sustainable, more peaceful, and mor...
VillageVibesPodcast! That conversation you wished you recorded...It takes a
Village to communicate confidently, be your truest self, vibe out, love
fully, speak openly, creatively support, & share equally. Add in a little bit
of shade, some woke folks, brilliant minds, open...
In Yoga for the Body Politic, Devon and Chris consider how we might use body
and mind practices, such as yoga or meditation, to more deeply investigate
and address issues of social justice. They aim to encourage the self-
knowledge that empowers us to bring about change in ...