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KCRW is a National Public Radio member station broadcasting from the campus of Santa Monica College in Santa Monica, California, where the station is licensed. KCRW airs original news and music programming in addition to programming from NPR and other affiliates. A network of repeaters and broadcast translators, as well as internet radio, allows the station to serve the Greater Los Angeles area and other communities in Southern California. The station's main transmitter is located in Los Angeles's Laurel Canyon district and broadcasts in the HD radio format. It is one of two full NPR members in the Los Angeles area; Pasadena-based KPCC is the other. Wikipedia
- Apr 20, 2023: Bodies has returned for a new season. The show, from KCRW and journalist Allison Behringer, compassionately delving into medical mysteries and the complexities within the bodies of women and marginalized genders and how health systems treat them.
- Feb 15, 2023: City of Tents: Veterans Row is new today from KCRW. The podcast takes listeners back to the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic when a large homeless encampment, decorated with American flags, sprang up beside the Veteran Affairs campus by one of Los Angeles’ wealthiest neighborhoods, Brentwood.
- May 18, 2022: Today, Explained has made it onto two new public radio stations, KCRW in Santa Monica CA, and WEKU, in Richmond KY.
- Dec 31, 2021: It's all going on at KCRW tomorrow - forty years after Deirdre O'Donoghue debuted her show Bent Music, KCRW invites listeners and fans to tune in to hear that 1/2/82 episode as well as the entire run of the Bent By Nature podcast: the new, rave-reviewed podcast that documents Deirdre's musical life. You can hear Bent By Nature from noon tomorrow on Santa Monica's KCRW on 89.9, and then a rerun of the first show. - read more
- Jan 18, 2021: Michael Barbaro has apologised for attempting to silence detractors of Caliphate, and blocking people "who raised concerns about a Caliphate producer". He has not addressed other criticisms. The Daily has now been dropped by four public radio stations: KUT in Austin, Houston's KUHF, Marfa Public Radio and Santa Monica's KCRW, who says "concerns we raised … were not fully addressed, such as transparency about potential conflicts of interest in its own coverage of these matters".
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