Ghanaian TV and print journalist, and host of the current affairs show, Time with David ; Executive Director of Channel Two Communications , a public relations company, he has also served as a political campaign strategist
Portuguese fado singer Ana Moura performs live on my show this Sunday at 2 p.m.
She is a fast-rising star in the fado universe, just having completed a brilliant new cd, Para Alem do Saudade (Beyond Sadness). The Rolling Stones were so smitten by her sultry fados (archetypal Portuguese music form) that they recorded a version of their ballad “No Expectations” with her.
This is her debut KCRW performance.
Kurt Andersen is an author and journalist. He wrote the novel "Turn of the Century" and has contributed to Time, The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Atlantic Monthly, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair and Architectural Record, among other publications.
Professor of Psychology at Iowa State University and director of its Center for the Study of Violence; author of 'Violent Video Game Effects on Children and Adolescents: Theory, Research, and Public Policy'
Professor of International Law at American University and a member of the Hoover Institution's Task Force on National Security and Law ; co-author of Speaking the Law which is being published chapter by chapter on the blog "Lawfare"
Since 2002, Frances Anderton has hosted DnA: Design and Architecture, exploring pressing design issues with users, critics and design luminaries. She also assisted with producing KCRW's national and local current affairs shows, To the Point, and Which Way, LA?, hosted by Warren Olney.
Sultry singer Andreya Triana and British producer Bonobo put out some of our favorite down-tempo electronic music this year and to have them together for one performance is something truly special and not to be missed. The duo perform live on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Scottish singer Angela McCluskey had a smash hit as the voice behind Telepopmusik's song "Breathe." Her second solo album puts her sultry voice at the forefront. She brings her band to perform new songs on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Australian siblings Angus & Julia Stone consistently put out spectacular recordings so we're thrilled for their return to KCRW to perform lush songs from their new release Down The Way on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Annie Stela uses songwriting as a way to say things that would
be difficult otherwise and that personal approach has made her an
"artist to watch," according to music critics. The Hotel Café favorite
will take a seat behind the piano to play a batch of new songs at
Reader in Modern History at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, Associate Fellow and specialist in the history and politics of Iran at Chatham House (Royal Institute for International Affairs) in London and author of Confronting Iran