Global Village Airtime: Sat 2p-3p.
Global Village features the latest and best in world music, new releases, and classics along with a wide variety of artists and selections from other genres that have influences from around the world. The show draws on the knowledge, experience and congenial personality of host Chris Heim - and a library of over 40,000 albums, including many out-of-print titles - to pull these musical strands together into an intriguing and captivating whole.
The DreamWeaver Airtime: Wed 12noon-2pm.
Join the DreamWeaver for some random radio, interviews, album reviews, live music in the Valley and more. It’s a little bit country, a little bit rock ‘n roll…sometimes blues and it’s always got soul. Hosted by Alan Weaver (aka DreamWeaver). An Original Radio Phoenix Production.
Rockabilly Worldwide Mashup Airtime: Monday 9p-10p, repeats Sunday 10p-11p
Rockabilly Worldwide Mashup features “rockabilly” old and new, an American blend of country swing, boogie woogie, jump blues and electric blues that is now heard around the world. Hosted by DJ Bacpac. An Original Radio Phoenix Production._______________________________________________________________________________________
Studio B Presents:
Exclusive Medea Benjamin Interview, July 31, 2012
Medea Benjamin -- radical activist, feminist, cofounder of Code Pink and Global Exchange, and Nobel Peace Prize Nominee, was in town at the end of August to talk about her new book, "Drone Warfare: Killing by Remote Control." She had a chance to stop by Studio B at Radio Phoenix where she was interviewed by Victor Aronow. The discussion ranged from her awakening to activism, through mom and kids in an activist family, to President Obama and her hopes for the future. More on Medea Benjamin and Code Pink HERE.
Radio Phoenix is becoming a favorite spot for US State Department tours by progressive journalists from around the world. After the visit by the South African delegation a few months ago, we thought that our straight talk about media, money, and monopoly would have made the State Department think twice before sending us more journalists. But on July 2, four progressive journalists from Morocco spent two hours at the studio learning about the realities of American radio, then tried out Mexican food and tequila with Board members.