Crosscurrents Podcast


Thu March 15, 2012

Crosscurrents: March 15, 2012

What some local transit agencies are doing to secure high-speed rail money -- even if the bullet train never gets on track; the effectiveness of regulating music, movie, and TV downloads; the perils of online dating; what love means to two people who are two generations apart; and local Irish band the Black Brothers.


Wed March 14, 2012

Crosscurrents: March 14, 2012

A clinic goes mobile to cover underserved youth; an investigation exposes human trafficking in the Bay Area; an alternate perspective on egg donation; and local singer Even Taylor.


Tue March 13, 2012

Crosscurrents: March 13, 2012

New invasive species land in the Bay, a radical idea to drain the Hetch Hetchy, the Jewish holiday Tu B'shevat and an exhibit that draws attention to trees, listener responses to studying the remain of California Native Americans, and local musicians The Band Sage.


Mon March 12, 2012

Crosscurrents: March 12, 2012

An update on San Bruno's settlement with PG&E, how to dispose of old or unused pharmaceuticals, rethinking the urban development of Oakland's waterfront property, a celebration of Pi Day, and local musician Ava Mendoza.


Thu March 8, 2012

Crosscurrents: March 8, 2012

Medical clowns offer hospital patients a dose of humor; comic relief: Marilyn Pittman finds humor in life's tragedies; a disabled artist finds human connection in canvas; and local band Rumbaché.