2020 Spring Fund Drive News Specials

As usual, we’ll be featuring special interivews and programs during our Spring Fund Drive, March 4-14th. We’ll have many of the books by these authors available as thank you gifts during these programs. Tune in for more details and donation amounts.

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  • Wednesday March 4 8:35-9:30 AM. Jim Hightower on Food, Fracking, and Fellowship in an Age of Uncertainty, recorded at the Longmont Museum on February 16.
  • Wednesday March 4 6:00-7:00 PM. Rabbi Michael Lerner on his new book Revolutionary Love, as part of Alternative Radio.
  • Thursday March 5 8:35-9:30 AM:
    An extended bumper addition of Radio Nibbles with John Lehndorff live in the studio with special guests and special thank you gifts for those you contribute during the show.
  • Thursday March 5 6:00-7:00 PM.
    On It’s the Economy, we hear from author Chuck Collins about his latest book Is Inequality in America Reversible?
  • Friday March 6 8:30-9:30 AM. On Connections, Duncan Campbell takes a look at the 2020 elections with Lisa Graves, President of the Board of the Center for Media and Democracy and President of True North Research.
  • Sunday March 8 12-12.30 PM. On Tributaries, Robin Claire speaks with Dr. James Gordon about his new book The Transformation – Discovering Wholeness and Healing after Trauma.
  • Monday March 9 8:35-9:00 AM. Ronnie Cummins joins us to talk about his new book Grassroots Rising A Call to Action on Climate, Farming, Food, and a Green New Deal.
  • Tuesday March 10 8:35-9:00 AM. On How on Earth, author Bob Frank speaks about his latest book Under the Influence, Putting Peer Pressure to Work.
  • Wednesday March 11 8:35-9:30 AM. Best selling author and long-time public radio host Diane Rehm speaks about her new book that looks at end of life issues, When My Time Comes: Conversations About Whether Those Who Are Dying Should Have the Right to Determine When Life Should End.
  • Thursday March 12 8:35-9:30 AM. Nolan Higdon of Project Censored talks about the state of media and what we can do to improve it as news consumers. This interview was recorded in front of a live audience at the Boulder Bookstore when Nolan was in town recently to speak about his new book United States of Distraction.
  • Friday March 13 8:30-9:30 AM. On Connections, Roger Wendell speaks with best-selling author and radio host Thom Hartmann about his new book The Hidden History of The War on Voting – who stole your vote and how to get it back.



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