Caroline’s Visionary Activist Radio Show is a constantly evolving experiment in Radio Magic. Her show provides the Mythological News, the Themes of Now, and has as guests anyone with a piece of the puzzle for Dreaming, Conjuring and Implementing a more lovingly ingenious world.
Caroline is live on Thursdays at 2:00 p.m. PST (West Coast Time) on Pacifica Station KPFA (94.1) in the San Francisco Bay area. Tune in through KPFA’s web site.
In Southern California, hear a rebroadcast on Roy of Hollywood’s Something’s Happening show on KPFK (90.7), Fridays at 3:00 am.
April 16, 2015
Caroline welcomes the return of Pat Ewing, Visionary Activist Political Guide, Coyote Network News Bureau Chief of Political Sanity…that we may begin a wise strategy of assuming cultural narrative lead.
And engage in many kinds of “news.” We are the wind, politicians are the sail!
April 10, 2015
Caroline welcomes the return of Martín Prechtel, whose latest book be “The Smell of Rain on Dust – Grief and Praise” Let Venus initiate Mars, (lest Mars attack Venus – life, beauty, art, kinship) . As Martín has oft said, “for lack of grief we go to war.” Let’s ladle Beauty out of the Cauldron of Grief.
April 2, 2015
Lunar Eclipse Easter Radio: Let war be eclipsed by cooperation with Nature’s guiding symmetrical ingenuity.
“David Blume, researcher, author, farmer and alcohol fuel pioneer first began to work on the puzzle of how to broadly disseminate the means of producing ethanol efficiently and on the smaller scale in the 1970’s. .. A decade ago, David came back to bioethanol and began research for his comprehensive book Alcohol Can be a Gas! The book is an in-depth exploration of the entire field of bioethanol from its forgotten history to the current state-of-the-art. On one hand, the book is deeply technological explaining the fine details of ethanol production, while on the other hand, it paints a broad vision of alcohol fuel production — a core component of a highly productive ecologically-based system of agriculture.”
March 26, 2015
Caroline hosts Alex Hozven of The Cultured Pickle Shop,
that we may relish life sufficiently to resolve the pickle in which we find ourselves…
Let us avail ourselves of Bacteriological Intelligence, getting as much information into our gut as possible.
Diversity in our micro system encourages creative fluorishing in the macro…
May it be So!
Alex Hozven and her team at Cultured turn out some of the best fermented vegetables anywhere. In addition to producing classic sauerkrauts and kimchis, they are intrepid experimentalists, exploring different traditions of vegetable fermentation, and making use of the great variety of fresh vegetables available in the Bay Area. —Sandor Katz, Author of Wild Fermentation
March 19, 2015
Caroline hosts Robert Scribbler, one of our most reliable narrative guides on climate crisis. Aka Robert Marston Fanney, whose fiction taps into a necessary deep well-spring of the sacred. We need our spirituality to be deeply informed, and our informed selves to be deeply spiritual, guided by mythic memory to honor and protect all life as sacred.