Today on KRPS for Sunday July 9
Show highlights today on KRPS include three music shows.
First, join us for Live from Cain’s this afternoon at 3. A special eight-week series exploring the American music experience in every song and story from the historic Cain's Ballroom in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Also, two KRPS show premieres.
Tonight at 9, join us for NPR’s All Songs Considered with Bob Boilen and producer Robin Hilton. Every week the duo go through hundreds of new CDs to find sneak previews of music that's worth getting excited about, whether it's the latest Swedish pop band, a hip hop artist going ambient, or a singer-songwriter with a twisted new take on love.
Alt. Latino at 9:30. This week Anamaria Sayre and Felix Contreras round up their favorite albums of 2023 so far, from the modern corridos tumbados of Peso Pluma, a new, reimagined version of one of Fito Paez's greatest albums, dream pop from Y La Bamba and more. Plus: a run down of regional Mexican's current explosion.
Today on KRPS for Sunday July 9
5 AM - 7 AM -
Performance Today Weekend
7 AM to 9 AM -
9 AM to 10 AM -
RECIPE: Tri-color Pasta Salad w/ Pine Nuts
TOPICS: This week the hosts examine new research on the hazards of binge drinking, and they discuss how stress can accelerate immune aging.
Plus, they share a delicious recipe for a Tri-color pasta salad with pine nuts.
10 AM to 11 AM -
Show 1295: How Delicious Flavors Shape Human Behavior (Archive)
In this interview, Rob Dunn discusses how humans' search for food with delicious flavors shaped our evolution and continues to do so.
11 AM to 12 PM -
Episode # 1244 Why Are My Arborvitae Turning Brown?
On this episode of YBYG Mike turns out answers as to why Arborvitae are browning?
Plus your fabulous phone calls!
12 PM to 1 PM -
On the next Travel with Rick Steves, author Anthony Sattin tells us why nomads have been an important counter-balance to the forces that have shaped "civilization" over the centuries.
We'll hear how colorful ceramic tiles have long been an important part of the scene in Portugal.
And we get an update on how things are for visitors to Poland this year from Rick's senior researcher. Cameron Hewitt recommends elegant and soulful Polish cities that he rates as some of Europe's best-kept secrets.
1 PM to 2 PM -
In the American Tradition . . . composers from the United States have sustained the art of the King of Instruments.
2 PM - 3 PM - Also heard Saturday at noon
Ep. 165 An American in Paris
Many Americans have dreamy and romantic ideas about Paris, notions which probably trace back to the 1920s vision of Paris created by the expatriate Americans there. But what's it actually like in Paris if you're an American, without rose-colored glasses?
3 PM - 4 PM - KRPS Special Programming Hour
Eight week special series running July through August
Live From Cain's explores the American music experience in every song and story from the historic Cain's Ballroom in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The series is hosted by guitarist and fiddler Fats Kaplin, who welcomes a diverse lineup of national touring musicians and the home-grown Oklahoma Specials house band playing on the same stage first made famous in the 1930's by Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys.
So open your window, turn up the radio and experience Live From Cain's!
4 PM - 5 PM -
Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me…Also heard Saturday morning at 9.
We continue to celebrate our first 25 years by looking back at previous shows.
5 PM - 6 PM -
On The Media Also heard Saturday morning at 5.
HOST: BROOKE GLADSTONE
Unpacking the Hype About the Thrills and Dangers of AI
Why so much chat about ChatGPT? Because rather than holding it close for testing like some of the other big players, its creator, OpenAI, made the chatbot available to the public.
The chatbot, which can be used on your internet browser after a free sign up, can produce essays, poems, screenplays — almost whatever you ask of it, with results of varying quality.
But in addition to the buzz ChatGPT has produced, it also generated a lot of controversy.
6 PM - 7 PM -
Live From The Bicknell Center
7 PM - 8 PM -
OHR Presents: Songs and Stories
Songs and stories from a trio of Grammy award winning world class songwriters recorded live at Ozark Folk Center State Park in Mountain View, Arkansas.
Also, commentary from these three musical musketeers. OHR producer Jeff Glover offers an archival recording of Ozark original Buddy Lancaster.
Also, writer, musician and traditional dancer Aubrey Atwater explores regional variations of the traditional folk song “Going to the West.”
8 PM - 9 PM -
Hear more new music from an assortment of artists featured on recent New Releases and Debuts shows, with Luke Jackson, Hò Rò, John Doyle and more.
9:00 PM- 9:30 PM
NPR Music's picks for the best albums out this week include the return of PJ Harvey, the continued arrival of Dominic Fike, Little Dragon, Aluna and more.
9:30 PM To 10 PM -
Anamaria Sayre and Felix Contreras round up their favorite albums of 2023 so far, from the modern corridos tumbados of Peso Pluma, a new, reimagined version of one of Fito Paez's greatest albums, dream pop from Y La Bamba and more.
Plus: a run down of regional Mexican's current explosion
10 PM to 12 AM
12 AM - 5 AM Monday
BBC World Service