This Week on Thursday Night Talk
October 30 - Join Eric Kirk and guests to discuss the ballot propositions for the upcoming election. Tune in and call in beginning at 7.
The Thursday Night Talk hosts are: Kevin Hoover, Editor-at-Large for the Mad River Union, Eric Kirk, Attorney and amateur political pundit and Brenda Starr longtime radio activist.
Election day is approaching fast. KHSU is doing what we can to keep you informed. For more resources and information we recommend these sites:
The non-partisan California Choices site:
Smart Voter from the League of Women Voters:
This has been selected for Humboldt County, but you can select for Curry, Del Norte Mendocino or Trinity too.
TNT Election ArchiveWe have archive versions of Thursday Night Talk discussion on Measure P Pro and Con and the Arcata City Council Candidate forum. these will be available until November 5th.
Timing Changes for NPR News Magazines
Starting November 17th, you may notice some changes to the timing of features on Morning Edition, All Things Considered and Weekend Edition. NPR is changing what is called "the clock" for these programs. Some changes have already started, like the addition of the 10 minute feature on money from American Public Media, "Marketplace Morning Report" now airing at 7:50 a.m.
KHSU will have more time for local content, like previewing local programs. There will also be about 5 seconds more for national funding credits.Some features, like StoryCorps, and commentary from Frank DeFord and Cokie Roberts will air at different times than we are all used to.
Richard Stanewick 1919 - 2014
KHSU has lost a dear friend. Richard Stanewick died peacefully in his Sunnybrae home on Thursday May 22nd. He was 94. Richard hosted the classical music program "Illuminations" and other classical shows on KHSU starting in 1987. He loved music, his wife Phyllis, books and KHSU.
His humor, kindness and love for the KHSU family will never be forgotten.
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