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Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz
Theatre Raymond Kabbaz
Author and former professional poker player Annie Duke explores why quitting should be viewed more favorably and shares some strategies on knowing when to walk away.
from Life Examined
KCRW's signature daily music show. New releases, live performances, and interviews.
Bookworm, a premier literary talk show providing intellectual, accessible, and provocative literary conversations. Hosted by Michael Silverblatt at KCRW.com.
Left, Right & Center is KCRW’s weekly politics show where we take on the tough, divisive issues you’re afraid to talk about with your own family.
She was the most influential American DJ you’ve never heard of. Deirdre O’Donoghue was a vital force in the musical underground of the 1980s.
Indie found sounds, nostalgic guilty pleasures, and introspective piano solos to help you feel deeply and move freely through life.
Oct. 01 2 hr, 59 min
Henry Rollins hosts a mix of all kinds, from all over and all time.
Sep. 30 2 hr
The hypnotic pulse of current & classic dance music, including exclusive guest mixes.
Sep. 30 1 hr, 58 min
A seamless blend of styles from indie rock to golden-era hip-hop, and everything in between.
Sep. 30 1 hr, 56 min
A balanced diet of indie grooves, modern psych, alternative R&B and straight up rock and roll.
Sep. 30 2 hr, 49 min
The Regent Theater
The Regent Theater
Food historian Christina Ward documents the practical and spiritual ways that religion shapes what we eat.
from Good Food
Reagan’s legacy loomed over this week’s GOP debate. But do candidates’ policies line up with his vision? Plus, Trump and Biden make their pitch to auto workers.
from Left, Right & Center
Little Dragon returns to KCRW to rock the Annenberg Performance Studio. Sample cuts from their new LP “Slugs Of Love,” alongside classics like “Ritual Union.”
from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Let’s go back to August 1977, when Fleetwood Mac returned to their adopted home of Los Angeles to play three sold-out nights at The Fabulous Forum on the Rumours tour for nearly 50,000…
from Today's Top Tune
The death of Sen. Dianne Feinstein means that Gov. Newsom has to decide who will fill her seat.
from News Stories
House, disco, trip hop, oldies and all of the deep cuts in between.
What drives substance abuse is complex and treatment requires a dual approach
from Second Opinion
KCRW's all-music channel blending the collected talents and tastes of all KCRW's DJs into a single voice streaming 24 hours a day.
from Nassir Nassirzadeh
Fanatic! I’m sitting on the bus in Stroudsburg, PA. The show concluded a few hours ago. In about three hours, we’re heading for Fairfield, CT.
from Henry Rollins
Metropolis playlist, September 30, 2023.
Fasten your rocket seat belts - you will be going on a cosmic sonic adventure...From house and electro to world rhythms and beyond, Valida’s mixes are seamless as she takes her…
from Tyler Boudreaux
Writer-director Kemp Powers revisits Charles Johnson’s deeply detailed historical novel Middle Passage every so often for inspiration.
from The Treatment
“Invisible Beauty” filmmakers Bethann Hardison and Frédéric Tcheng celebrate their capacity for collaboration, and “defiant” fashion industry activism.
Pulitzer-winning novelist and New Yorker staff writer Hua Hsu details his new memoir “Stay True,” a chronicle of grief, identity, and all-too-brief friendship.
Valida guest hosts FREAKS ONLY.
from FREAKS ONLY
Director Gareth Edwards talks about his new film, “The Creator,” releasing a film centered on AI now, the behind-the-scenes drama on “Rogue One,” and more.
from The Business
Fruit detective David Karp puts the squeeze on citron, an ancient fruit often seen in panettone and fruitcake.
from Good Food
From toilet to tap, John and Sommer Decker fight off the Arizona heat with beer brewed from treated wastewater.
Harvesting Indigenous ingredients on Navajo Nation land, Zachariah and Mary Ben make and sell non-GMO, heritage-style baby food.