Tuesday 9:30 am Host: Joanne Rideout Joanne and her guests talk about options in “discharge planning,”. For seniors, this can include going home, arranging for in home care, or going to an assisted living facility of some kind. Guests: Doug Sheaffer, Olympic Area on Aging; Susan Dirschel, Nurse, Providence Seaside Hospital; Alison Whisenhurst, Social Worker,…
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Highlights for Feb 27 – March 3: Monday: This Week with Betsy Johnson Host: Michael Desmond/Neahkahnie View Host: Peter Newman Tuesday: A Senior Moment Host: Joanne Rideout Wednesday: Talk of Our Towns Host: Donna Quinn; Thursday: A Story Told Host: Michael McCusker; Friday: Perspectives/TUC Radio/With Good Reason Join us every weekday morning for NPR…
Monday 9:30 am Host: Peter Newman 18 year old author Pierce McConnell, author of J.B. Stetson: Story of a Ship, talks about his work uncovering the history of a shipwreck, his family’s history and the similar histories of vessels along the Pacific coast.
Saturday 11:00 am Host: Debbie Twombly Live from the Astoria Events Center! Fisher Poets Gathering! Shanghaied on the Willamette! Ray Troll and the Ratfish Wranglers!
K-AYR- Astoria Youth Radio airs this Sunday at 7 PM on KMUN and KTCB.
Sunday, Feb.26th at 8:30 PM- “What’s the Word? W.E.B. Du Bois”. Considered by many the most important African American leader of the early twentieth century, sociologist, historian, author, teacher, and activist W. E. B. Du Bois had a profound effect on the way we talk about race.
Friday 9:30 am Host: Joan Herman Astoria Mayor Arline LaMear and Councilor Tom Brownson discuss the City Council’s 2017 goals to firm up plans to renovate the aging library and complete the Astoria waterfront vision plan.
Sunday, Feb. 26th, from 8-9 PM on KCPB, LATW presents ‘The Doctor’s Dilemma‘ by George Bernard Shaw. The blowhards, the know-it-alls, the scrupulous and the impecunious are all targets for Shaw’s incisive wit in his classic satire of the medical profession. A well-respected physician is forced to choose whom he shall save: a bumbling friend…
Thursday 9:30 am Host: Michael McCusker Readings and poetry on topical themes “Look in the Mirror”