REC-FM Program Schedule

Thursday November 15th

12:00 AM

Music For The REC Generation
A mix of pop hits from 1975 to 1985. The last great music on AM radio.

9:00 AM

Prison Pipeline
Host Isabelle Sinclair speaks with Jackie Whitt, a formerly incarcerated person, about her experiences within Coffee Creek Correctional Facility, Oregon's only prison for women. Jackie, who comes from a background of intergenerational incarceration, speaks about the retraumatization that occurs within our current justice system. Why is it that a system that is meant to help others instead begins to mimic the very relationship structure many of those currently incarcerated have come from? How does this systemic imbalance of power and control affect the lives of those trapped within it?

9:30 AM

TUC Radio
As California tries to come to terms with the largest and deadliest fires of 2018, attention falls on forests. Logging companies want more clear-cuts. Donald Trump says the forest floor should be cleaned with rakes. Indigenous elders and visionary foresters say that nobody is asking the trees what they want and need. Especially now as the heat is rising, water becomes scarce and winds are fiercer. Peter Wohlleben is the author of: 'The Hidden Life of Trees: What they Feel, How they Communicate: Discoveries from a Secret World'. He is a German forester who became disenchanted by the technologies he was expected to employ. He now manages a 4000 year old beech tree forest in Germany. He was interviewed by Steve Paikin on The Agenda in October, 2016. Wohlleben referred to research by colleagues and scientists that he benefitted from. Important among them is Suzanne Simard, professor of forest ecology at the University of British Columbia. She has tested theories about how trees communicate with other trees. Simard also helped identify something called a hub tree, or mother tree. Mother trees are the largest trees in forests that act as central hubs for vast below-ground mycorrhizal networks.

10:00 AM

Democracy Now!
Democracy Now! produces a daily, global, independent news hour hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez. Our reporting includes breaking daily news headlines and in-depth interviews with people on the front lines of the world?s most pressing issues. On Democracy Now!, you?ll hear a diversity of voices speaking for themselves, providing a unique and sometimes provocative perspective on global events.

10:30 AM

FCC Nov 2018 Open Commission Meeting
Live coverage of the Federal Communications Commission's November 2018 Open Commission Meeting. Various items on the agenda include: Waiver of requirements related to Galileo Radionavigation Satellite Service, Mitigation of Orbital Debris in the New Space Age, Facilitating Satellite Earth Stations in Motion, SpaceX V-Band Authorization, Kepler Communications Market Access Request, Telesat V-Band Market Access Request, LeoSat Market Access Request, Further Streamlining of Satellite Regulations, Updating and Streamlining Rules for Direct Broadcast Satellite Service, Electronic Delivery of MVPD Communications and Wireless Hearing Aid Compatibility. This program will preempt the second half of "Democracy Now!".

12:00 PM

NHK WORLD News
The latest world and Japan news from Japan's public broadcaster.

12:14 PM

NHK Easy Japanese
Join Anna as she learns basic Japanese phrases. This is a 48-episode series that runs continiously on REC-FM.

12:24 PM

Insight Daily

12:26 PM

Labor History in 2:00

12:28 PM

CurrentCast
CurrentCast is a daily (M-F) 60-second module that discusses water sustainability and stewardship. Topics covered include pollution, conservation, climate change, recreation, and more. The program is a project of the Center for Transformative Action.

12:29 PM

Community Public Radio News
Community Progressive Radio (CPRmetro.org) is a non-profit, community-based, multi-media organization created to remedy the lack of media attention devoted to critical issues affecting our lives. CPRmetro.org provides a forum for a wide range of topics in a constant attempt to expose the truth. We use all the media technology available to us to provide our diverse communities with a media organization that can be relied on to give voice to its interests. We hope to provide opportunities for training and teaching community residents the science and the art of media production. We also hope to offer local artists an opportunity to learn media skills that will allow them to present their works to a larger audience.

1:00 PM

Radio Ecoshock
From fire-struck Northern California, literally choking on smoke, radio host Maria Gilardin. Washington Post meteorologist Jason Samenow on climate & fire. Libbe HaLevy tips Woolsey fire at nuclear lab site 30 miles from LA. Wildfire experts Mark Cochrane, John Betts, & firefighter Lou  …

2:00 PM

Writers Voice
We talk with master of crime fiction Anthony Horowtiz about his new James Bond novel, Forever And A Day. Then, we talk with Maxine Rosaler about her story collection, Queen For A Day. It's a poignant, trenchant and funny exploration of life with an autistic son. And finally, for Thanksgiving, we hear the Abenaki legend of how corn was given to the People.

3:00 PM

The Laura Flanders Show
As family and friends celebrate and give thanks, for indigenous peoples around the world perhaps apologies, even recompense, would be more in order. Well hear from Native American activists Michelle Cook and Hartman Deetz about the ongoing struggle for autonomy and environmental protection. Then our report on the thousand people in attendance at the American Museum of Natural History on Indigenous Peoples Day organized by Decolonize This Place. Music Spotlight: Retribution by Tanya Tagaq on Six Shooter Records.

3:30 PM

Making Contact
This week, we look at the 2017 Tubbs Fire in California, and how it impacted the undocumented community. In the face of ICE raids, labor violations, a housing crisis, and wildfires, the broader community is standing in solidarity with those who are forced into the shadows. Californias drought has led to an unprecedented number of wildfires that burn hotter, faster, and ever more acreage. Governor Jerry Brown says, Since civilization emerged 10,000 years ago, we havent had this kind of heat condition, and its going to continue getting worse. What does the growing threat of climate-fueled disasters mean for the most vulnerable among us?

4:00 PM

Your Own Health and Fitness
Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD whats in the air from wildfires and how to protect yourself.

5:00 PM

Music For The REC Generation
A mix of pop hits from 1975 to 1985. The last great music on AM radio.

About our programming.

Programming aired on REC-FM is intended to showcase many of the programs that are available for community radio stations (LPFM, full-service, Part 15 and internet-only). Program content may not necessarily reflect the views of REC Networks.

At times when programming is not listed, REC-FM features Music For The REC Generation, playing hits from 1975~1985.

REC-FM is operated by Riverton Radio Project Association, a non-profit corporation. REC-FM is fully funded by Michelle and Eva Bradley and does not receive any outside underwriting.