Siobhan Keirans hosts the show.
Paul Brohaugh is the newscaster
Miguel Vargas is the music DJ.

Guests include Maureen Reed of the Nobel Peace Prize Forum, and musician Paul Cebar.

Minnesota Politicians and their run for the White House
Produced by Ahndi Fridell

Forty-four men have served as President of the United States, though none hail from Minnesota. In this MinneCulture documentary, KFAI legacy producer Ahndi Fridell profiles six local politicians who left a mark on national history in their run for the White House: Ignatius Donnelly, Floyd Olson, Harold Stassen, Hubert Humphrey, Eugene McCarthy and Walter Mondale.

Advance 17-minute track from Neil Young’s upcoming Psychedelic Pill release, plus new re-issue by Merl Saunders and Jerry Garcia, also played some Wayne “The Train” Hancock, Joe Ely, Hayes Carll, Walk Wilins & The Mystiqueros, new Rosie Flores, Flo & Eddie & The Turtles, Southern Culture on the Skids….lots and lots of music. If you want to see the entire list (and link to the archive) just click on “Episode Details”

Latin and Iberian music, touching back in Brasil for some Forro near the end. Also a premiere of local tango band, Mandragora Tango and a taste of their new cd, Barrio Longfellow !

Lots of new music to debut tonight: celebrating 20 years Stubborn Records released the “Dub Discoveries from Version City” from Victor Rice, and we kicked off the show with “FCC Dub”; Dubsmith makes his debut on Boom One Records with the “Time for Change” EP; Anthony B makes his debut on Irie Vibrations Records with his “Freedom Fighter” album; Dubkasm dusts off some vintage dubplates (mixed by Aba Shanti) on their “Brixton Rec” album on Bristol Archive Records and McPullish is back with heavy new dubs on his “Black Metal White Reggae” album on Charlie’s Records. More new sounds from The Ashley, Vibraphonic Orchestra, Copia Doble Sound System, Kukan Dub Lagan, Victoria Moralez, Singer Jah, The Orb/Lee Scratch Perry, Pacha Massive, Boom One Sound System, Damo Naimad, John Brown’s Body, and TeraKaft. On top of that we had Susan Cadogan covering “Imagine” and Marshall Williams covering “Norwegian Wood” to celebrate John Lennon’s birthday.