Isabel Jubes, host of Atenea Americana ; Trimmel Gomes, host of " The Rotunda " podcast; and Jim Mason, host of Vintage Wine, join us to discuss their stories of makin it on the radio and all of the tribulations associated with producing, editing, and hosting radio shows. We discuss the Civil Rights Movement, of having representative voices on air, and the importance of telling our own stories from the inside out.
Showing posts from June, 2019
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Future themes may include “Making it through…” • Cancer • Homelessness • Entrepreneurship • Death • Break ups • The point of no return • Unemployment • The perils of success • Divorce • Parenthood • Depression • Idealism • Family reunions • Disappointment • College and graduate school • Marriage • A first job • Buying a home • Mental illness • Immigration • Being black • Being gay • Disability • Making a living in the arts • Being a single mom • Being a broke millennial • Student loans • Retirement • Alcoholism • Burning Man
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“Makin' It Radio” is a one hour long radio show that is broadcast live from KZSU Stanford 90.1 FM across the San Francisco Bay Area. The interview-driven show is oriented around a weekly theme that is mean to be relatable to everyone, covering everyday topics of how guests are making it through various hardships in life that we all could imagine ourselves going through. Each show will feature 2-3 guests joining me in conversation for a portion or for the entirety of the full hour to discuss their personal stories and thoughts as they pertain to the weekly theme. You can listen to the show live on 90.1 FM in the Bay Area or online at KZSU.org. You can submit suggested topics, guests, or comments to Jordan [AT] KZSU [DOT] Stanford [DOT] edu or you call or text the KZSU studio during a live show at (855) 723-9010. I look forward to hearing from you.