The Saturday Special is hosted by the maverick owner of KSCO and KOMY. Michael, always one to buck trends, enjoys crossfire conversations giving all sides an opportunity to express their views.
Good Morning Monterey Bay, in its present incarnation with Rosemary Chalmers, Rick O'Shea, Easton Allyn, K.O., and Susan Simon, is radio at its best.
This locally produced 3-hour drive time show will give you up-to-the-minute "King of the Hill" traffic, news, sports, weather, informative interviews, and lots of laughs.
Host Charles Freedman brings you commentary on politics and current events as well as music from his vast record collection.
Author of "The Watchman's Rattle", host of the syndicated radio talk show, "The Costa Report" and public speaker.
A biomedical research pioneer, Dr. Joel D. Wallach spent more than 40 years in the field of Veterinary Medicine, observing and researching the effects of individual nutrients on animal health, before becoming a Naturopathic Physician in 1982. Today, Dr. Wallach is renowned for his groundbreaking research on the health benefits of selenium and other minerals. He currently dedicates his time to lecturing throughout the world on the therapeutic benefits of vitamins and minerals, and on lobbying the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on behalf of the dietary supplement industry.
Your one-stop location for all your culinary news, reviews and ideas. We are the FUN in the kitchen. We are food enthusiasts that have a true passion for food!
We love and enjoy everything with food, and the preparation! During our shows, we will showcase and talk about the following:
- Your Best Recipes, Nationally and Internationally
- Reviews on top Recipe Books
- Interviews with Chefs, Authors, and pioneers of this industry
- Offer Kitchen tips and techniques for when you’re in the kitchen
- And share innovative ideas so we can keep our time in the kitchen exciting and fun.
A fast paced humorous look at today's headlines.
It's a fact: 100% of your audience eats food, but only a very small percentage of your audience knows from where their food comes!
Every week, as he has for over 940 weeks, award-winning author and host Michael Olson brings the most important issues of our lives to the table for an hour of what's-eating-what-radio that entertains listeners and grows audience.
How will the price of fuel affect the price of food? Is it safe to eat genetically-engineered corn? Will we have to compete with the Chinese for food?
Ruth Copland presents a show which balances the intellectual with the creative, exploring whether we have more in common than divides us through thought-provoking conversations. For the topic hour, Ruth goes Out and About talking to people on the street about a wide variety of different subjects that affect us all, both locally and globally. For the arts hour, Ruth features stimulating in-depth interviews with local, national and international guests from all areas of the arts. The show combines a debate topic with an arts interview because discussion and creativity are two of the most vital ways we engage with the world.
Ruth Copland has an intense involvement with the creative process and a deep interest in the potential impact that creativity may have on individuals, organizations, and the world. Her professional background in business, the arts, psychotherapy, and spirituality gives her a unique perspective.
KSCO radio in Santa Cruz, California brings you a variety of hosts discussing local and national topics.
Georgia will entertain and inform you while she delights you with her Southern charm and sharp wit. She's an unapologetic common-sense conservative who isn't afraid to ruffle the feathers of the powers-that-be with her intelligent commentary and unabashed sense of humor.
Money Moves is all about the one you love the most... your money! Topics include investing, saving, taxes, insurance and so much more. We'll answer your questions about your money and making it work for you.
Brought to you by local surf writer Neil Pearlberg, and skate shop owner Terry Campion. The talk show focuses on everything surﬁng and skateboarding with special guests that you can call in to ask your question. There is local live music, a trivia contest, and up-to-date news of Santa Cruz surf and skate cultures.
Out in Santa Cruz is a locally-produced LGBTQ talk show covering news of the week & sharing the diverse voices of the queer community. Co-hosted by Steph Taylor & Rob Watson. Join us live Saturday nights 7-8pm here on KSCO AM 1080.
Perspectives is hosted by Tom Quinn & Dr. David Biles, along with various guests and guest-hosts.
Join co-hosts Professor Stephen Wagner and Dean Mitchel Winick to discuss issues of law and public policy that affect our everyday lives.
TASK: Conduct an outstanding radio broadcast FOR, WITH, and BY active duty military, veterans and, their families in our communities and around the world.
CONDITIONS: 2 hour weekly frequency at am1340 KOMY. Broadcasting at 1000 watts reaching from Santa Cruz to Big Sur. Updated, posted, streamed, and archived online.
STANDARDS: Maintain a military bearing and code of conduct while operating with integrity and professionalism in sharing content with the general public.
TThe Cannabis Connection provides stimulating conversation with professionals, activists, researchers and experts striving to demystify common misconceptions about Cannabis. “Our goal is to educate and open a dialogue surrounding the potential that this plant provides to treat ailments but also heal our society from a social and economic standpoint,” explains host Christopher Carr. “Through conversation and providing a place to answer questions, introduce new ideas and provide empirical evidence of the benefits this plant provides we hope to remedy the negative social stigma surrounding Cannabis.”
Times are changing and Cannabis prohibition is coming to an end. With legalization approaching it is obvious the time to talk Cannabis is now.
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Local hosts featuring local business leaders on doing business, and staying in business, in Santa Cruz County.
It's a show about fun, user friendly nutrition and lifestyle tips. Highlighting local holistic practitioners and business owners, like myself.
Stepping In brings to the community all the resources that benefit health, shines a light on programs and eldercare services. We are the health care bulletin board of the air waves for all of your health benefit needs. Our host nurse Jackie Tucker, owner of Care From The Heart In-Home Service Inc., named the show Stepping In because as a health care professional we step into your lives and homes. Jackie spices up each conversation with a variety of weekly prestige guests, who deliver their expertise on any affordable health benefit service they offer within our community.
The Santa Cruz Oldies But Goodies show airs every Sunday at 6PM on KSCO AM1080. For those who remember Santa Cruz in the Fifties, Sixties, and Seventies, the show features guests including Ted Whiting from the Boardwalk, Geoffrey Dunn, Jay Topping, Ross Gibson, Len Klempnauer, and Frank Lima (the Great Morgani), all local history buffs. The Oldies But Goodies show is hosted by Dick Scoppettone, native Santa Cruzan and founding member of Harpers Bizarre, the group with the Sixties hit, Feelin’ Groovy.
Call in to the show at 831 479-1080 and join this weekly walk down memory lane from Malio’s and the Boys on the Wharf to Wrigley’s and the Boardwalk, from Spivey’s Five Spot to the Mystery Spot, Alfred Hitchcock, longboards and skateboards, the Tannery and the Suntan Special.
From the Bookshelf is heard on radio station KSCO in Santa Cruz California. Host Gary Shapiro brings you interviews with best selling authors of fiction and non-fiction, graphic novelists, actors, photographers, and singer-songwriters discussing their works.
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MonologueDr. Joel Wallach begins the show explaining how nutritional deficiencies affect the onset of ADD or ADHD.� Contending many behavioral problems can be attributed to diet and nutritional deficiencies.� Stating his opinion on the importance of a good breakfast with protein and no sugar. �Pearls of WisdomDoug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article concerning a study of high fructose in the diet.� Researchers at Emory University gave adolecsent and adult rats a high fructose diet for 10 weeks.� Compared to adolescent and adult rats that received a standard diet.� Finding those adolescent rats getting the high fructiose diet exhibited signs of depression.� Also observing changes to the genetic pathway that helps regulate how the brain responds to stress.CallersAmschu has two questions the regarding the glycerine in Youngevity's essential fatty acid products.� Second he has questions about treating autistic children with supplements.Darwin has been diagnosed with kidney failure and is on dialysis.Jean has a friend whose dog has been diagnosed with a mitral valve prolapse.Catherine has a friend who is morbidly obese and suffering seizures.Call Dr. Wallach's live radio program weekdays from noon until 1pm pacific time at 831-685-1080 or toll free at 888-379-2552.
MonologuePharmacist Ben Fuchs fills in for Dr. Joel Wallach today discussing the importance of eating cholesterol. Recommending that people eat eggs everyday. Also asserting people should stay away from cholesterol lowering drugs. Stating that lowering cholesterol can lead to cognitive decline.Pearls of WisdomDoug Winfrey and Ben Fuchs discuss a news article concerning a study of sunscreens. The study of 500 couples found that those who had difficulty conceiving the male partners had high levels of either BP-2 or 40H-BP in their urine. These chemicals are the active ingredients in sunscreens, moisturizers and shampoos. Leading researchers to think the chemicals may lower fertility in men.CallersSharon is going through menopause and experiencing some severe reactions such as moods swings.Mary Ann's mother is a type 2 diabetic and she asks Ben how much of Youngevity's "Sweet Eze" product she should give her mom.Jane complains that the "Beyond Tangy Tangerine" product makes her face flush.Nicole's father is in the hospital with a hypoxic brain injury.Call Dr. Wallach's live radio program weekdays from noon until 1pm pacific time at 831-685-1080 or toll free at 888-379-2552.
Dr. Wallach discusses his book "Immortality" and why some countries have many more centinarians than in the U.S. Outlining how these countries are usually third world countries where there's no medical care. The people are poor so generally don't eat more than 900 calories daily. They also burn wood to heat and cook and then put the wood ash in their gardens thus getting minerals in their food.
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article concerning the benefits of eating avocados daily. As part of the "National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey" researchers looked at data from this study of over 17,000 Americanss ages 19 and older. Find those who ate at least half a medium avocado daily had high levels of HDL, lower risk of metabolic syndrome, lower BMI (body mass index) and waist circumference.
Richard is concerned he may be developing heart disease.
Alex has several health challenges including dry mouth and skin, periodontal disease and heart palpatations.
Ralph has friend diagnosed with throat cancer.
Jennifer's dentist wants to give her a root canal and do a bone graft.
Renee's husband suffered brain trauma in a crash and now has severe headaches and mood swings.
Call Dr. Wallach's live radio program weekdays from noon until 1pm pacific time at 831-685-1080 or toll free at 888-379-2552.
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