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KKFI PODCASTS

It’s never been easier to listen to KKFI local programming when and where you’d like to. KKFI offers free on-demand audio programming to you on your favorite podcasting platform, or made available to download to your computer utilizing an RSS feed or an automated subscription software like iTunes. Subscribe to a podcast and you’ll always have the latest episode. Listen to podcasts on your smart phone, your computer, or transfer the files to your iPod or MP3 player to take them with you.

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All Recent Podcasts

 

TAKE TWO: New Coen Brothers Farce – “Hail, Caesar” ORIGINAL BROADCAST: February 5, 2016 |

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Susan and Russ fill us in on a poke in the eye to old Hollywood that features an all-star cast.

FREEZE FRAME: “Hail, Caesar,” “45 Years” Film Review ORIGINAL BROADCAST: February 5, 2016 | Noon on "Arts Magazine"

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Russ covers the latest farce from the Coen Brothers as well as an Oscar-nominated British drama.

ARTSPEAK RADIO presents, 90.1 FM KKFI Winter Fund Drive ORIGINAL BROADCAST: February 3, 2016 | 12:00 pm

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Jenny Mendez, Latino Cultural Arts Director for the Mattie Rhodes Center for over fourteen years, joins Maria live in the studio to encourage our diverse and loyal listeners to call 888-931-0901 to support 90.1 FM KKFI- Kansas City Community Radio.

Rocket Grants Program Coordinator, Julia Cole and Executive/Artistic Director, Amy J. Kligman with the Charlotte Street Foundation joins us to talk about Traces and Trajectories
An exhibition celebrating six years of the Rocket Grants Program. Charlotte Street’s La Esquina Gallery (1000 W 25th Street) will host Traces and Trajectories, an exhibition examining the six-year history of the Rocket Grants program in Kansas City. Traces and Trajectories, curated by Melaney Ann Mitchell and Blair Schulman, will open Friday, February 5th with a reception from 6-9PM, and will be on display through March 4th.
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Paul Richardson, Generator at The KC Wordshop and Lead Organizer at Louder Than a Bomb – KC, joins us live in the studio.The WordShop is a space devoted to creativity based in the written word, community building through sharing of stories, and a renaissance in language arts.

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In the second half of the program, singer/songwriter/musician Rick Malsick performs live music from his new CD release, Philodendron.

“The Origins of Industrial Agriculture in the US” with Craig Volland ORIGINAL BROADCAST: February 3, 2016 | 6:00 pm

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Craig Volland is Agriculture Chair of the Kansas Sierra Club. He will discuss how the Post WWII "Feed the World" political and economic paradigm transformed America’s food system from diversified & high quality to high tech & low quality.

Charlie Mylie (Walking The Border) ORIGINAL BROADCAST: January 31, 2016 |

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Borders separate us, but they also define us. Creating your identity means defining what you are in relation to what you are not. This episode is about an artist who walked the border of Kansas City to discover himself and what lies at our boundaries. This story takes us on a journey at the fringes of the Paris of the Plains to uncover what Kansas City is like at it’s furthest edge. This is Charlie Mylie walking on the border…journalist Esther Honig brings us the story…

Who Has the Better Healthcare Plan? ORIGINAL BROADCAST: January 30, 2016 | 3:00 pm

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Every Woman invites Dave Kingsly, retired KU professor, to evaluate the difference between the healthcare plan of Bernie Sanders and Hilary Clinton. We are shocked to find out that Elizabeth Warren has not been as good on healthcare as we thought.

“Underground” & “A Modern Night At The Folly” ORIGINAL BROADCAST: February 1, 2016 | 12:00 pm

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Guests from the Störling Dance Company will chat about their annual production of "Underground", and City-In-Motion Dance Theatre will talk with us about their production, "A Modern Night At The Folly: A Choreographer's Showcase".

TAKE TWO: “Anomalisa” ORIGINAL BROADCAST: January 29, 2016 | Fridays, 12:30 pm, Saturdays, 5:58 pm)

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"Anomalisa," the Oscar-nominated animated offering from Charlie Kaufman, gets very different reactions from Susan and Russ.

FREEZE FRAME: “The Finest Hours” ORIGINAL BROADCAST: January 29, 2016 | Noon on "Arts Magazine"

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The true story of a daring rescue at sea is the focus for Russ this week.

The Trouble with Iowa: Corn, Corruption and the Presidential Caucuses ORIGINAL BROADCAST: February 2, 2016 | 06:00 pm

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Host David Mitchell discusses the environmental damage caused by industrial agriculture in this fascinating interview with Richard Manning, author of 10 books, including Against the Grain: How Agriculture has Hijacked Civilization.

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