Host, Inflection PointLauren@inflectionpointradio.org
Lauren hosts Inflection Point, featuring interviews with women changing the status quo. She has an extensive background in business and media. Prior to creating Inflection Point, Lauren co-hosted...
Co-Executive Producer and Co-Host, Out in the Baypittstar@aol.com
Marilyn Pittman is a veteran broadcaster. Her radio career spans 30 years and includes two national radio programs, talk show stints at KQED FM and KGO AM in San Francisco, as well as a daily comedy/talk show in the year 2000 on GAYBC.com...
Producer and host, Blues Power Hourwpc@bluespower.com
Mark Naftalin entered the musical scene in 1965 as the keyboardist with the popular and influential Paul Butterfield Blues Band. He is internationally renowned among blues fans for his contributions to the band's sound.
Host, Work with Marty Nemkomnemko@comcast.net
Marty Nemko was called "job coach extraordinaire" by U.S. News and "The Bay Area's best career coach" by the San Francisco Bay Guardian. In 2014-15, he has written 20 essays in Time.com's Ideas section, and writes daily for...
Host & Producer, Liner Notesmax@kalw.org
Max Jacobs hosts and produces Liner Notes, the weekly music and interview program that explores and celebrates the inspirations behind some of today's most dynamic musicians.
Producer and Host, Bluegrass Signalbgsignal@comcast.net
Peter Thompson's first radio-like experiences involved recording concerts (hand-held mic + cassette deck), making mix tapes for friends and attending/hosting listening parties with other enthusiasts. These proclivities found a broadcast outlet...
Producer, Music From Other Mindsmfom@otherminds.org
Host and Producer, 99% Invisibleroman_mars@yahoo.com
Roman Mars is host and producer of KALW’s 99% Invisible, a short radio show about design and architecture. The 99% Invisible podcast recently peaked at #8 in the...
Host, Your Callrose@yourcallradio.org
Rose Aguilar has been the host of Your Call since 2006. She became a regular Friday media roundtable guest in 2001.
In 2005, Rose took a six-month road trip through the so-called 'red states' to find out why people vote the way they do ...
Host, Revolutions Per Minutescahill@aol.com
Sarah Cahill grew up in Berkeley, where her father had a rare records program on KPFA in 1949. She started a weekly music program at KPFA in 1989, under the guidance of then-music director Charles Amirkhanian. In 2002, she joined KALW with a...