KPFA: Daily Highlights

Friday, September 5 2014

Early Music

September 5, 2014 - 5:00am
Kent Guthrie will host a jazz tribute to the late Charles Richards with mellow selections from the great jazz trombonists of his time. Charles Richards was a local musician and a supporter of Early Morning Music.

More about the program: Early Morning Music (Friday) with Eddy Pay

Democracy Now!

September 5, 2014 - 6:00am
Ukraine Ceasefire Takes Hold, but an Expanding NATO on Russia’s Borders Raises Threat of Nuclear War; Profit over Safety: BP Faces Billions in Fines for "Grossly Negligent" Role in 2010 Gulf Oil Spill; Hundreds Arrested as Growing Fast-Food Workers’ Movement Strikes for Living Wage, Unionization.

More about the program: Democracy Now! (9 am)

Democracy Now!

September 5, 2014 - 9:00am
Ukraine Ceasefire Takes Hold, but an Expanding NATO on Russia’s Borders Raises Threat of Nuclear War; Profit over Safety: BP Faces Billions in Fines for "Grossly Negligent" Role in 2010 Gulf Oil Spill; Hundreds Arrested as Growing Fast-Food Workers’ Movement Strikes for Living Wage, Unionization.

More about the program: Democracy Now! (9 am)

Donna Dibianco, disabled radio activist

September 5, 2014 - 2:30pm
Interview with Donna Dibianco

More about the program: Pushing Limits

Making Contact - Concussions: Your Brain or the Game?

September 5, 2014 - 3:30pm
They say a smart athlete will use their head. But what if using your head cost you everything? That's a question being asked in locker rooms the world over. Whether it's boxing, hockey, or soccer, it seems that head injuries are finally being taken seriously.

More about the program: Making Contact

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