Insight: Capitol Chat / "Breaking the Line" / Chris Horner / Sound Advice: Beach Boys
Capitol Chat Capital Public Radio's Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler joins us for this week's Capitol Chat to talk about which bills Governor Brown is signing and vetoing ahead of this Sunday's deadline.
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Sam Freedman Journalist and Columbia University Professor Sam Freedman joins us to discuss his most recent book, "Breaking The Line: The Season in Black College Football That Transformed the Game and Changed the Course of Civil Rights." Freedman is also speaking at UC Davis Thursday.
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Chris Horner Fresh off his historic La Vuelta a Espana (Tour of Spain) win last month, Chris Horner, the American cycling champion, returns to Ione this Saturday to ride with Northern California area cyclists in the 4th Annual Clark’s Corner Cycling Challenge. The challenge is a benefit for the Interfaith Food Bank of Amador County, World Bicycle Relief and The Chevo Foundation (Parkinson’s Disease). Horner joins us with race organizer Kraig Clark to talk about cycling and this weekend's challenge.
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Sound Advice: Beach Boys Chris English has shot still photography for a wide variety of topics ranging from entertainment, sports, military and European lifestyle, but he’s still probably best known for his iconic concert photos. In 1972, Sacramento-based English had a rare opportunity to photograph all the current Beach Boys at a Memorial Auditorium concert. This type of photos he got were so rare that English’s work is now being included in a new Beach Boys box set featuring 40 unreleased tracks. And to celebrate, English is showing his work at the Sacramento Rock and Radio Museum this Saturday. Chris English joins us for this weeks’ Sound Advice with some of the previously unreleased tracks from the Beach Boys and some stories from his photo shoot at Memorial Auditorium in the early 70’s.
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