Witness the compelling and dramatic story of the 1963 March on Washington, where Dr. Martin Luther King gave his stirring “I Have a Dream” speech. This watershed event in the Civil Rights Movement helped change the face of America. Anchorage’s Macon Roberts remembers those pivotal moments 50 years ago.
TV: Tuesday, August 27 at 8:00 pm
Grand Jury Indicts Driver In Deaths Of Two Girls. Memo Cites Concerns With Proposed Abortion Regulations. State Considers New Same Sex Partner Benefits. Premera Braces For Upheaval In Health Insurance Market. Red Flag Bugs People, Dogs. University Dedicates Murie Building. Eldred Rock Weather Sensors Down. State Fair Opens In Palmer. AK: Fishing. 300 Villages: Kodiak.
Duck hunting season begins September 1, a day that kicks off an outdoor tradition like no other. We’ll have guests who are getting ready for opening day with all the trappings of the sport, talk about hunting memories and traditions, and touch on conservation issues and changes in the land and the sport.
KSKA: Thursday 8/29 at 2:00 pm and 9:00 pm
This week, Arctic Entries will feature stories based on the theme, “Those were the days.” We’ll hear about growing up in rural Alaska as well as some random, embarrassing and even extra-terrestrial moments from youth. All of these stories were originally told in December 2012 at the Snow Goose Theatre in Anchorage as part of a live event.
KSKA: Tuesday 8/27 at 2:00 pm and 9:00 pm
Anger is a completely normal and necessary human emotion. But, it can get out of control, turn destructive, and lead to problems with your health, family relationships, and in the overall quality of your life. On the next Line One, Clinical Psychologist Dr. Bruce Pemberton, Ed.D will join us to discuss “Toxic Anger” and how healthy anger can motivate us and improve our lives.
KSKA: Monday 8/26 at 2:00 pm and 9:00 pm
Alaska Education Leaders Tepid To Obama’s Education Plans. Alaska Tries To Curb Cruise Ship Kickbacks. Millennium Passengers Call 911, Worried About ‘Riot’. Man Suspected Of Shooting At Police Arrested. Military Approves Expanded Alaska Training. UAF Takes New Suicide Prevention Approach. Resolution May Establish Two Dog Training Areas In Effort To Mitigate Trapping Conflicts. Juneau-Raised Rope Jumper Attempts 3 World Records. Wrangell In The Picture For Nat Geo Traveler.
Anchorage Labor Law Overturned, Legislature Questioning Education Costs, Citizens Asked to Help Combat Drunk Driving
News headlines up for discussion this week: Anchorage labor law, education in the legislature, combating drunk driving, Anchorage shooter arrested, election 2014 underway, investing in school safety, further restricting abortions, reapportionment of legislature, EPA administration to visit Pebble mine site.
KSKA: Friday, 8/23 at 2:00pm & Saturday, 8/24 at 6:00pm
TV: Friday, 8/23 at 7:30pm & Saturday, 8/24 at 5:00pm
State Eyes Arkansas Plan As Model For Medicaid Expansion. Coast Guard Plans Arctic Spill Test. Inuit Circumpolar Council Meets In Kotzebue. Anchorage Police Search For Man Who Shot At Officer. State Lawmakers Grapple With Education Funding And Student Performance. Flood Threat Minimal With Heavy Rain. Matsu Ferry Could Be Dry-Docked. Public Invited To Comment On New Ferry Design. Glacier Bay Lodge Saved.
Oil Prices Surge As Alaskans Stockpile For Winter. State Considering New Abortion Regulations. Anchorage Police Crack Down On Drunk Driving. Judge Suspends Controversial Union Ordinance. Mike Williams Sr. To Help Lead Suicide Prevention Summit. Good Aurora Forecast This Week Could Be Due To Solar Magnetic ‘Flip’. Retreating Denali Glacier Reveals Trash From 1947 Expedition.
The feel of the air at night has changed. Fall is coming. Time for berry picking. It’s been a great year for berries across Alaska, and on today’s show, we will talk in detail about where, how, and what to pick, and how to handle your harvest with experts on the art, science, health and culinary details of berries, and share the warm feeling of this wonderful family tradition.
KSKA: Thursday, 8/22 at 2:00 pm and 9:00 pm
The next edition of Arctic Entries radio hour will feature stories on “Taking Chances.” You’ll hear Alaskans tell stories about rolling the dice, going rogue and living with the consequences. Alaska is chock full of people who are not afraid to made bold, risky decisions or go against the grain. All of these stories were originally told in September 2012 at the Snow Goose Theatre in Anchorage.
KSKA: Tuesday 8/20 at 2:00 pm and 9:00 pm
Increased intake of calories from food accompanied by less physical activity to burn off calories has been associated with a dramatic rise in obesity. Recognition of this problem has led to efforts to control the problem. On this edition of Line One we will discuss some of the efforts to prevent childhood obesity in Alaska and review the evidence for their success.
KSKA: Monday 8/19 at 2:00 pm and 9:00 pm
Here’s the music playlist from Rock Island Line with Steve Grabacki and Marianne Kerr. All tracks played are listed below in the following format:
- Song Title
- Artist / Composer
- CD Title
Rock Island Line
Little Richard with Fishbone
Folkways:… Read More
A cabin off the grid is a private place in the wilderness where the noisy world is far away and the soul of Alaska close at hand. On the next Outdoor Explorer, our host comes to you from his own off-the-grid cabin on Kachemak Bay. Guest Donna Massay will join us from the Trapper Creek area. And we’ll learn about the power, water and communication technology that makes off the grid life easier to do these days.
KSKA: Thursday 8/15, at 2:00 and 9:00 pm
This week Arctic Entries radio hour will feature stories on the theme “Majority Rules.” We’ll bring folks to the stage to tell of how popularity shapes opinion, how power changes lives, and how the world of politics can seem so large, yet be so small. All of these stories were originally told in November 2012 – an election month – at the Snow Goose Theatre in Anchorage.
KSKA: Tuesday 8/13 at 2:00 pm and 9:00 pm