DJ GMac and DJ E-Dubs offer up a new remotely produced episode of The Feel tonight at 8pm Pacific.
Two new episodes today of KSPB shows, produced remotely during shelter in place:
- Cup of Tea at 4pm Pacific
- The Jukebox at 8pm Pacific
KSPB DJs are producing new episodes of their shows from their shelter-in-place locations. First up, DJ Quilliam and DJ Yeddy of the Friday Afternoon Talking Hour, which airs Fridays at 5pm Pacific.
KSPB will air a nationwide live call-in special on COVID-19 produced by Minnesota Public Radio and hosted by MPR News’ Kerri Miller and WABE’s Rose Scott.
The special will occur over two days at 11 a.m. Pacific Time. Audiences across the nation are invited to call in and ask medical and public health professionals their hard questions.
Each of the stand-alone midday call-in shows will shine a spotlight on the COVID-19 crisis:
Wednesday, March 18: Kerri is joined by guests from the Mayo Clinic to talk about the science of treating COVID-19 — the challenges medical professionals are facing, what they know about the spread, and their plans for stopping it.
Thursday, March 19: We will be partnering with station WABE in Atlanta, GA (home of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) for the second hour of the special, centered around public health.
Listener calls will be taken as live only, not pre-recorded. Call-in number: 800-242-2828
The week of March 2 starts the semiannual satellite solar outage in northern California. A solar or sun transit out is an electromagnetic phenomenon wherein our station’s downlink is temporarily unable to receive a satellite signal due to interference from the sun as it passes behind the satellite. During the outage window KSPB will air programming that does not rely on the satellite:
- Monday, March 2 from 10:30am–11am: With Good Reason “Finding Classroom Success”
- Tuesday, March 3 from 10:30am–11am: The Best of Our Knowledge “The History of the Dracula Legend”
- Wednesday, March 4 from 10:30am–11am: Bookworm with Michael Silverblatt “Charles Yu”
- Thursday, March 5 from 10am–11am: Blue Dot “Modeling Climate with Gavin Schmidt”
KSPB will broadcast the varsity boys soccer game between the Stevenson Pirates and Pacific Collegiate Pumas on Friday, February 14 starting at 4pm.
Due to the game, the Friday Afternoon Talking Hour will air at 6pm instead of 5pm.
KSPB will broadcast the varsity boys basketball game between North Monterey County and Stevenson School on Thursday, January 23. Tip off is at 7pm.
KSPB will be broadcasting tonight’s boys varsity basketball game between San Benito High and Stevenson School from the Stevenson gym in Pebble Beach. Tip off is at 7pm.
If there is no detention on Thursday, The Best of Our Knowledge and Planetary Radio will air in its place.
Finally, another new program in the KSPB line-up, Blue Dot, will air Saturdays at 11 am.
“Living the Star Wars” details the making of the film from original conception in 1973, through to shooting in England in 1976, to its anxious last hours as a depressed George Lucas and an exhausted special effects crew finally transferred their project into cinemas. Mark Burman draws on his own interviews – including George Lucas, Mark Hamill and John Williams – gathered over the past 20 years, from many key people who have long since passed away.
Airs: Monday, 12/23 at 7pm; Thursday, 12/26 at 2pm; and Saturday 12/28 at 11am