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SPECIAL ARCHIVED KKCR PROGRAMS

Regular archives available at Radio Free America.

JULY 14, 2020 – Kaua‘i Soapbox with Alanna and Marshall
GUEST: Rhonda Moore – host of systemic racism discussions on Hoike TV

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JUNE 25, 2020 Out of the Box (Thursdays 4-6pm)
KKCR’s oUt oF THe bOx shOW
R & R in Paradise- Race & Relations on the Garden Isle
Hosts:  Jimmy T and Dr. Keahi
Guests: Puanini Rogers, Raymond Catania, Marge Dente, Fred Dente, Michael Bonahan, Rick Sea, Alanna Le Sueur

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JUNE 23, 2020 – Kaua‘i Soapbox with Alanna and Marshall
Special Pride Take Over Day – LGBTQ Issues and celebrating all things Pride!  Guests: Chaia – YWCA Kaua‘i, KipuKai Kuali’i – YWCA Kaua‘i, Director of Operations, Emily Dunn, YWCA Kaua‘i Volunteer, Bianka Tasaka – Mālama Pono Health Services /  YWCA Pride Inside event @kauaiprideparade ywcakauai.org / www.kauaiprideparade.com

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JUNE 18, 2020 Out of the Box (Thursdays 4-6pm)
KKCR’s oUt oF THe bOx shOW
R & R in Paradise- Race & Relations on the Garden Isle
Hosts:  Jimmy T and Dr. Keahi
Guests: Michael Bonahan (wisdomwindfall.com), Rick Sea, Alanna Le Sueur

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June 9, 2020

Archive of Kumu Hula Kehaulani Kekua’s ʻĀINAʻIKE ON THE AIR program with discussion of Pono Kaulike – Piha Pono.

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February 8, 2020
Grateful Phreddy  interview  with  Melvin  Seals, long time keyboardist  with  the  Jerry  Garcia  Band.  Melvin Seals and JGB played at Anainahou’s Porter Pavilion on February 14th.  www.melvinsealsandjgb.com
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Thomas Kelleher interviews Timothy B. Schmit on the Jungle Jukebox – discussing his new single The Good Fight featuring Sheryl Crowe and life on Kauai. www.timothybschmit.com


Archive
 of Kumu Hula Kēhaulani Kekua’s Aina Ike on the Air program from July 16, 2019 featuring oli, mele, mana`o, mo`olelo, `ike kupuna, and more on the topic of Maunakea. From Kumu Kehau’s Facebook Post on 7/16/19: “Time and again, we find ourselves in a struggle to malama or care for/protect the places that are considered sacred to the Hawaiian people. So, I’d like to focus on sharing and expanding upon the oral traditions, beliefs and practices that elevate places like Maunakea to be of the highest accord.of sanctity to the Hawaiian people. And of course, the views and opinions that I will highlight and share is of my own, and not that of KKCR, its staff or underwriters. Sending pule of peace, love and protection for our kupuna, kia`i and kako`o who are on the front lines on the Mauna! Me ke ha`aha`a, Kumu Kehau”

King Zor with Ricky Farr

Archive of the May 24, 2019, King Zor’s Pau Hana Happy Hour with very special guest, Rikki Farr. For those of you who do not know of Rikki and his amazing work in the music industry, he was the producer of all three Isle of Wight music festivals in ’68, ’69, and ’70. The 1970 event was the largest congregation of human beings ever! At 650,000 people it was twice the size of Woodstock! And his involvement in the careers of the musicians of the time was in many ways an even greater achievement. It’s a great interview