Radio

Radio for the Community Literary Dialogs with Nina  Serrano Interviews Fabulous Writers and Poets Radio programs I love tell the truth, and bring you fresh ideas and poetry, not content bought, sold and regurgitated on the air waves. I feature … Continue reading

Little Prince of the Andes, Interview with Tupac Saavedra, Part 2

Tupac Tells About Filming “Little Prince of the Andes” A few years ago Tupac learned of a theater program in La Paz where a teacher brought street children into his home, training them to explore their situation through theatre games … Continue reading

The Little Prince of the Andes, Interview with Tupac Saavedra, Part 1

Drama Therapy Brings Refuge for Homeless Children in Bolivia The “Little Prince of the Andes” is the latest theater production of a group of homeless children in La Paz, Bolivia, who experience prostitution and drugs on the harsh sidewalks of … Continue reading

My Life in Radio

Fifty Years of Radio for the Community My radio work began in 1961 when during my first morning in California, I heard KPFA-FM, 94.1 Free Speech Radio (Pacifica Network) and immediately began producing drama and literature, children’s and public affairs programs. I … Continue reading

How Cuba Leads the World in Permaculture: Part 2

The 11th International Permaculture Convergence and the Antonio Nuñez Jimenez Foundation for Nature and Humanity in Cuba, 2013 Nina Serrano Interviews Roberto Perez about Permaculture in Cuba, Part 2 Roberto Perez reviewed in Part 1 of this two part interview … Continue reading

How Cuba Leads the World in Permaculture: Part 1

Cuban Food Crisis after the Soviet Union Collapsed Nina Serrano Interviews Roberto Perez about Permaculture in Cuba, Part 1   Roberto Perez is a pioneer of the permaculture movement in Cuba where a food production revolution occurred starting in 1993, … Continue reading

Kidnapped Children of El Salvador Civil War

Searching for the Kidnapped Children of El Salvador Civil War Kidnapped children of El Salvador Civil War is the subject of this La Raza Chronicles broadcast on KPFA 94.1 fm April 2, 2013.  Nina Serrano interviews forensic geneticist Cristian Orrego and … Continue reading

Open Book: Poems from Heart’s Journey

Please Tune in Friday, March 1st at 3pm to OPEN BOOK or online at your leisure <www.KPFA.org>. I will be reading poems from my new book, “Heart’s Journey” with live commentary by the insightful Jack Foley. We will be offering … Continue reading

Camilo Landau on Son Jarocho

Camilo Landau on Son Jarocho:  “Son Jarocho is a folkloric style of music from the Veracruz region of Mexico, that uses Mexican guitars called, jaranas, requintos Jarocho, Leonas, sometimes harp, and uses a percussive style of dancing on a wooden platform … Continue reading

Valerie Haynes Perry, prize winning novelist

Celebrate and enjoy African-American History month. Listen today at 3pm, KPFA 94.1fm  My guest on Open Book/Poet to Poet is Valerie Haynes Perry, prize winning author. Valerie reads from three of her page-turning novels and discusses her themes and writing … Continue reading