KALW

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KALW's mission is to provide listeners with independent, credible news and information from a variety of local, national and international sources. KALW also produces local programs that connect listeners to their communities, highlighting the music, arts and literature of the San Francisco Bay Area. Additionally, the station supports the educational mission of the San Francisco Unified School District by both informing the public about the San Francisco schools and creating opportunities for student-learning in radio.

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  • From: KALW
  • Updated: May 31, 2007
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356 Pieces

Context, culture and connection from around the Bay Area.

  • From: KALW
  • Updated: Jan 04, 2011
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Stories of emerging musicians from the San Francisco Bay Area -- in their own words and music. Produced by KALW.

  • From: KALW
  • Updated: May 20, 2014
Caption: Student teacher Diana Arbas in her classroom.
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Diana Arbas is a student teacher at Oakland High School, and this is Diana’s radio diary of her first year of teaching.

  • From: KALW
  • Updated: Oct 09, 2013
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KALW has partnered with radio producers inside California's oldest prison to bring you the San Quentin Prison Report, a series of stories focusing on the experiences of these men, written and produced by those living inside the prison's walls.

  • From: KALW
  • Updated: Mar 25, 2015
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The Sights & Sounds of Bayview is a radio series featuring stories about the remarkable people who live, work, and make a positive impact in San Francisco's Bayview neighborhood. This series was produced by KALW 91.7FM's storytelling project 'Hear Here', in partnership with the San Francisco Arts Commission.

  • From: KALW
  • Updated: Mar 24, 2018
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The Litography Project is an interactive and evolving map that honors the Bay Area’s literary past, present, and future.

  • From: KALW
  • Updated: Nov 28, 2014
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The Spiritual Edge is a radio and web project from KALW Public Radio in San Francisco that will explore the innovative American spirit through the lens of spirituality and religion.

  • From: KALW
  • Updated: Dec 29, 2014
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Stories of leading women working in STEM industries in the Bay Area. Produced by KALW.

  • From: KALW
  • Updated: May 20, 2014
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A weekly, one-hour show about how women rise up.

  • From: KALW
  • Updated: Aug 31, 2020

Latest Pieces

Caption: Mount Everest, Credit: Stephen Alter
Every May 29th is Mt. Everest Day.

  • Added: Jun 15, 2021
  • Length: 06:00
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As India tries to pick up the pieces of the pandemic, what happens In India wont stay in India since India was the pharmacy to the world.

  • Added: Jun 10, 2021
  • Length: 06:00
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A new documentary explores Allen Ginsberg’s time in India.

  • Added: Jun 01, 2021
  • Length: 06:00
Caption: A film poster for Satyajit Ray's "The Diamond Kingdom."
One of Satyajit Ray’s most political movies was actually a children’s movie written for his son. But it resonates with adults as well.

  • Added: May 25, 2021
  • Length: 06:00
Caption: Ray in his study on the cover of Krittibas magazine
While we know all directors through their films, the remarkable Indian director Satyajit Ray left so much more… on paper.

  • Added: May 18, 2021
  • Length: 06:00
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This May is the centenary of Satyajit Ray’s birth, a good excuse to revisit his films. We start with the Apu Trilogy.

  • Added: May 10, 2021
  • Length: 06:00
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India’s most famous filmmaker would have turned 100 this Sunday.

  • Added: May 04, 2021
  • Length: 06:00
Caption: A "reminder" from India's Chamber of Commerce, Credit: Sandip Roy
As India’s second wave of COVID-19 batters India, Twitter is becoming the go to for communication.

  • Added: Apr 26, 2021
  • Length: 06:00
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India is the new hot market for streaming providers like Netflix and Amazon Prime. But with success comes controversy.

  • Added: Apr 20, 2021
  • Length: 06:00
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Apparently Indians pay attention to nothing unless it’s turned into a festival. Sandip Roy wonders if that may help stop COVID-19.

  • Added: Apr 13, 2021
  • Length: 06:00