Crosscurrents Podcast

9/28: The not-so-old-growth forest on Mt. Sutro

Sep 28, 2016


9/27: How standing up to Big Pharma could backfire

Sep 27, 2016


9/22: Can BART damage my hearing?

Sep 22, 2016

9/21: The family of Luis Góngora calls for answers

Sep 21, 2016


9/19: The Spiritual Edge

Sep 19, 2016

  • An Oakland pastor turns the tables on homophobia in the church. 
  • A new translation revives the poetry and nuance of the Zohar, a Jewish mystical text. 
  • Pastor Mike McBride uses his Berkeley pulpit for social justice.

9/14: Does East Palo Alto have enough water?

Sep 14, 2016

  • San Francisco officials ask a wary public to trust them as they search for their next police chief.
  • Author Mary Roach on her new book, "Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War."

9/12: Is freelancing the new normal?

Sep 11, 2016

 



9/1: An alternative to calling 911

Sep 1, 2016


8/31: Opioid addiction in San Francisco

Aug 31, 2016


8/30: Who are national parks for?

Aug 30, 2016


8/25: Why are teachers buying their own supplies?

Aug 25, 2016

 




8/17: Bayview gets its grocery store

Aug 17, 2016



8/11: Hoppers Hands

Aug 10, 2016


8/10: "The fear was in my bones"

Aug 10, 2016


8/9: Drought update

Aug 9, 2016

  • Two mothers express their struggle to talk with their sons about race and racism.
  • California relaxes water conservation rules, but it doesn't mean the drought is over.
  • The magic of locating underground water.


8/8: Snake Lady & Wildlife One

Aug 8, 2016


8/4: Sacred spaces

Aug 4, 2016


8/3: Cane trainer

Aug 3, 2016

  • The first day of school is just around the corner—how will the San Francisco's school district cope with a shortage of teachers?
  • We meet a woman who specializes in teaching blind people how to get around in the world. 

8/2: Positive interventions

Aug 2, 2016

8/1: Tech addiction

Aug 1, 2016


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