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Poodle Radio’s First Listen to the KCSB Cover Story and Second Visit From Starshine

November 9, 2010


On this week’s KCSB fund-drive edition of Poodle Radio, Colin Marshall first talks about and reads segments of his cover story this week on the history of the station, its current projects, and its eclectic programming philosophy. Then, it’s a visit with Starshine Roshell, the Indy’s columnist enjoyed far and wide beyond Santa Barbara. Starshine is about to celebrate her second book, Wife on the Edge: Candid Columns from the Brink, which collects the best of her recent missives on marriage, family, motherhood, society, culture, the economy — and, of course, what to do with excessively texting kids.

Podcast episode

Poodle Radio #45

On this week’s KCSB fund-drive edition of Poodle Radio, Colin Marshall first talks about and reads segments of his cover story this week on the history of the station, its current projects, and its eclectic programming philosophy.

This week’s music, organized by Pop Culture Editor Aly Comingore, comes from Cold War Kids, Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Boy Eats Drum Machine, Eleanor Murray, Neon Trees, and Margot & the Nuclear So and Sos, all of whom are scheduled to play in Santa Barbara soon. 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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