Matt Guilhem

Matt Guilhem

KCRW Staff

Matt Guilhem is a public radio host and reporter who recently moved back to Southern California from Boise, Idaho. There, Matt hosted 'Morning Edition' at KBSX for three years. Before that he was reporter and afternoon host for the Inland Empire's NPR station, KVCR covering everything from Mid-century modern architecture in Palm Springs to San Bernardino's warehouse industry. The way to his heart is through a well made old fashioned.


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The    Santa Barbara International Film Festival   features one    foreign language film directed and produced by UCSB students.   “   Mother of Chernobyl   ” is a fictional tale about…

Stay or go after Chernobyl? UCSB student film tells a mother’s story

The  Santa Barbara International Film Festival  features one  foreign language film directed and produced by UCSB students.  “ Mother of Chernobyl ” is a fictional tale about…

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In the past five years, rents in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties have increased by 27%, while median wages have only grown by 8%, according to a new housing report released by the…

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