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.
Caroline welcomes Cassandra Ferrera and Mark Lakeman
that we may honor Ferguson, Missouri with the anti-dote of community building,
in micro : The First Annual Sebastopol Village Building Convergence September 12-21st
August 14, 2014
Venus pours Water on the conflagration to cool it all out, with Wallace J. Nichols
Read Washington Post Review of Blue Mind here
At the top of the hour John Parulis will invite all to “Block the Boat. End Apartheid.”
August 7, 2014
Caroline welcomes Rabbi Gershon Winkler, whose book “Magic of the Ordinary,” we be offering, ancient land-based wisdom welcomed back as antidote to the poison of hyper-yang death frenzy.
Segachuate (away the hate) by honoring the return of SheWolf, Shekinah, Shehereazade (last day of Summer Fun Dive…magnetizing pledging to this show…we be offering Max Blumenthal’s “Goliath” and Rabbi Gershon Winkler’s “Magic of the Ordinary,” as both pledge enticements and gratitude.)
July 31, 2014
Caroline re-plays her interview with Elizabeth Gilbert (offering her book, “The Signature of All Things,” for pledging.)
The 2nd half Caroline honors great ally Margot Adler, (whose radio journey began at KPFA) who died on July 28th, re-playing some of our spirited conversing around her book, “Vampires Are Us” (also available for pledging.) 1- 800- 439-5732
July 24, 2014
Caroline, reporting in from Cortes Island BC, hosts great environmental ally Tzeporah Berman, to guide, inspire and animate our strategy for protecting the remaining boreal forest, from Tar Sands mining devastation.