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Poodle Radio, April 20, 2010

Ocean acidification and the Santa Barbara County Vintner’s Festival


This week on Poodle Radio, Colin Marshall host three live guests in the KCSB studio. First up is Indy reporter Ethan Stewart, here to discuss his cover story on ocean acidification. What is happening to the oceans, anyway? How much of it is likely to happen? What sort of research did he have to do before grasping the scientific and technological issues at hand, much less being able to explain them and express their possible consequences to the general reader?

In the program’s second segment, Colin talks to Senior Editor Matt Kettmann, who attended the Santa Barbara County Vintner’s Festival on Sunday, April 17 in Lompoc. Joined by winemaker Matt Brady of Jaffurs Wine Cellars, they discuss what’s to be found and tasted in the oenophilic avant-garde, the public’s ever strengthening-embrace of wine and wine culture and whether or not the influx of Sideways tourists is ever going to stop.

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Ocean acidification and the Santa Barbara County Vintner’s Festival

Music this week, scheduled as always by Poodle Radio music producer Aly Comingore, comes from Devin the Dude, Heartless Bastards, Avi Buffalo, Dawes, The Paddle Boat, and City Center, all of whom are soon scheduled to play Santa Barbara or recently did.

You can tune into Poodle Radio live every Tuesday morning from 8-9 a.m. on KCSB, 91.9 FM in Santa Barbara or on KCSB’s webcast at KCSB.org.

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