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On February 18, 1965, a crowd of more than 700 people packed Cambridge University’s debate hall for an intellectual clash for the ages.
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
KCRW's signature daily music show. New releases, live performances, and interviews.
Los Angeles is having an identity crisis. City officials tout new development and shiny commuter trains, while longtime residents are doing all they can to hang on to home.
Left, Right & Center is KCRW’s weekly civilized yet provocative confrontation over politics, policy and pop culture.
Henry Rollins hosts a mix of all kinds, from all over and all time.
Oct. 17 2 hr, 48 min
A sonic trip through the past, present and future of roots music.
Oct. 17 2 hr, 57 min
Future beats and a mind-melting mix of fuzz, bass, and funk. Served fresh every weeknight.
Oct. 16 1 hr, 59 min
An international mix of future soul, deep dance, indie rock, and jazz.
Carefully curated music from around the world.
Oct. 16 2 hr, 57 min
Oct 19The Geffen Contemporary @ MOCA
KCRW's signature music program featuring new releases, live performances, and interviews. Listen through the close of 2019 for a rotating cast of DJs
Oct. 17from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Trump’s sometimes, maybe lawyer Rudy Giuliani clearly needs an attorney himself as the investigations involving the former New York City mayor mount.
Oct. 16from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
Yola wowed us at our day showcase at SXSW earlier this year. So much so, that we had to have her back on KCRW.
Oct. 15from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Devendra Banhart's distinctive style and musical artistry have always been at the forefront of his albums.
Oct. 14from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Benjamin Moser’s Sontag: Her Life and Work is interested in the writing and ideas of Susan Sontag.
Oct. 17from Bookworm
Did you tick the donor box when you got your driver’s license?
Oct. 17from Greater LA
In the Willmore neighborhood of Long Beach, countless people are waiting to enter a nonprofit called Beacon for Him Ministries (BHM).
Desert X is a public art exhibition that happens every two years.
Charles Jencks, architect, landscape designer and prodigious writer, has died at age 80. He made a mark from the halls of UCLA to the hills of Scotland.
Oct. 17from Design and Architecture
The movie “Parasite” centers on two families in South Korea. The Kims live in a basement apartment. The Parks live in a mansion on a hill.
Oct. 17from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Vice President Mike Pence announced today that Turkey would halt its invasion of northern Syria so a Kurdish-led militia could withdraw from the region.
For the last 30 years, Shirin Neshat has used different media to explore complicated political realities, with a particular focus on Iran and America.
Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney today announced that President Trump awarded next year’s G7 Summit of world leaders to his own resort near Miami.
California could use a lesson from elite fighter pilots who used to call the Golden State home.
Oct. 17from Zócalo's Connecting California
KCRW invites you to an advance screening of Motherless Brooklyn from Warner Bros. Pictures.
Oct. 17from Arts & Culture Stories
Rocktober continues in and around Southern California. We'll see you out there!
Oct. 17from Music News
John Moses sits in for Jeremy.
Oct. 17from Jeremy Sole
Presidential campaigns aren’t just on TV anymore, they’re on countless digital platforms.
Oct. 17from To the Point
"Maybe" is an anthem to sisterhood and synchronicity created by LA-based pop duo mai.la.
Oct. 17from Today's Top Tune
Future beats and a mind-melting mix of fuzz, bass, and funk.
Oct. 16from Travis Holcombe
Garth Trinidad hosts a progressive mix of soul, hip-hop, and world rhythms. Listen On-Demand to the latest show.
Oct. 16from Garth Trinidad