Paula Purnell and Margaret Zak of Sense of Place Learning, along with young campers from the Rachel Carson Bug Camp, join us to discuss their experiences this summer learning about and caring for bugs, as well as creating art and music inspired by these tiny creatures.
The Gemini Theater produces original, interactive, children's musicals which focus on artistic, cultural and educational themes. This week we welcome members of the cast of Sleeping Beauty as they preview their production of this classic story.
Ann Ensminger of Animal Friends drops by our studios once again, bringing down a beautiful little pet with hopes of finding it a home. She'll also preview their Bark in the Park dog festival in North Park. If you'd like to adopt a cuddly little creature, Animal Friends is a great place to start!
We’re pleased to have welcome renowned singer-songwriter Sally Spring live in our studios. Sally, whose beautiful voice will instantly charm fans of folk music, will be accompanied by her husband Ted on acoustic resonator guitar.
Sally Spring [audio:http://slbradio.org/mp3/artists/2010-08-21-SallySpring.mp3]
We were pleased to welcome the very talented, young pianist and songwriter Sasha Voinov, live in our studios.
Organizers, students, parents and teachers join us during this exciting event celebrating the transition from preschool to kindergarten.
Breanna Evans-Potter and Chalese Floyd from the Heinz Endowments Youth Philanthropy Program join us to discuss their experiences producing environmentally themed radio broadcasts at The Saturday Light Brigade.
Tim Tingle is an enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma and brings the lore of its culture to life in lively historical, personal, and traditional stories.
We're please to host Sleep Experiments, a trio who combine acoustic guitars, keyboards and three-part harmony to make beautiful, ambient folk music.
Sam and Charlie join us live on the air to solve our Saturday Stumper.