Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler gives a preview of Thursday night's one and only gubernatorial debate between Gov. Jerry Brown and Neel Kashkari.
Sacramento artist Raphael Delgado has a new exhibit at Sac State this month. “Not Rocket Science” is described as “a daring and colorful exploration into several experimental forms of abstract painting and sculpture, creating parallels between art and physics.” A reception is scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. Sept. 4 in the University Union Art Gallery, 2nd Floor.
The Nevada City Film Festival brings filmmakers and comedians with unique vision and talent to the foothills. We’ll talk with standup comedian Marc Maron about the newest season of his semi-autobiographical sitcom Maron and his WTF podcast. We can also talk with Marc about how the grassroots-run Nevada City Film Festival stands apart from other festivals tied to Hollywood.
- WTF Podcast: Robin Williams
With fall waiting in the wings, Kent Teeters brings autumnal sounds to Insight this week, beginning with a ominous piece widely used in pop culture.
Carl Orff: Carmina Burana
London Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir
Conductor: Hans Graf
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Richard Danielpour: Toward a Season of Peace
Pacific Symphony and Chorale
Conductor Carl St. Clair
Naxos Records #559772
Erik Satie: 1912-1915 Orchestrated Piano Works
Arranged by Michel Decoust
Orchestra Regional De Basse-Normandie, conductor Jean-Pierre Wallez
Skarbo Recordings #3135
Selection: Embryons desseches (Desiccated Embryos, Number Three: Desiccated Embryo of a Podophthalma)
Maya Beiser: selections from UNCOVERED
"Kashmir" (Led Zeppelin), "Lithium" (Nirvana)
Innova Recordings CD #900