In the Pocket:
(all times Eastern time zone)
Making Contact with Andrew Stelzer
September marks the 5 year anniversary of "Occupy." We go to Zuccotti Park, and Oakland to talk to individuals that were part of Occupy Wall Street and Occupy Oakland to gain insight and reflection on the movement that swept the nation. We revisit how Occupy started, how it evolved, how it fell apart, and what lessons came out of the experience.
51 Percent (the Women’s Perspective) with Allison Dunne
On this week’s 51%, an historian talks about women’s roles in shaping civilization and her BBC documentary on the subject. And we meet a woman with a nose for memory.
The Buzz on Dixie with “Buzz” Herman
Dixieland is alive and well and you can hear it every Monday evening … right here … JazzOn2!
Jazz Worldwide with Michael Stone
Commemorating National Hispanic Heritage Month, this week Jazz Worldwide explores Cuban jazz during the first hour (Afrocubism, Buena Vista Social Club, Patato y Totico, Alfredo Rodriguez, and Chucho Valdes, among others). During the second hour we'll feature US Latin jazz, including such seminal figures as Charlie Palmieri, Bobby Sanabria, Poncho Sanchez, Mongo Santamaria, Rebel Tumbao, and Spanish Harlem Orchestra.