OUR OCTOBER RADIO SHOWS ARE NOW ONLINE

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November 27, 2014 (San Diego’s East County) – Our October radio shows are now online!  You can listen online now (note sound files may take a minute to load). For links to listen to the shows plus a full list of topics and interviews in October, click here and scroll down.

We spoke with top newsmakers including Congresswoman Susan Davis, many candidates for local offices (note: we invited ALL candidates in races we covered to be interviewed), authors, a theater producer, a mother who started the EP Save-a-Life foundation after losing her own son, the founder of Angels for Haiti, a Water for Children Africa spokeswoman on a new technique to derive drinking water from air, an executive from the East County Boys and Girls Clubs, and a Comic Fest organizer, among others.  We also went on location--covering events from the Jacumba Hot Springs Centennial to a Ramona benefit to save wild cheetahs. Plus we had news stories on many more hot topics.

You can listen to the East County Magazine Radio Show live on KNSJ 89.1 FM on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 5 p.m. and reruns airing Tuesday and Thursday at 9.a.m. and Saturdays at 8 a.m.

Audio links to listen to shows are at the bottom of this page, below the index of shows.

Wednesday,  October 1, 2014

Introduction

Candidate forums announced

Park Station returns to La Mesa planners

Power lines in Cleveland National Forest: hearing

Tax return info for wildfire survivors

Apple crop down in Julian

Chickens recalled due to listeria

Alleged wife killer arrested

Station ID

Calif. Public Utilities Commission hearing on rate hikes: sound bytes

Destination East County: Top festivals and events this week

Station ID, East County Magazine and Viejas Wildfire/Emergency Alerts public service announcement

Newsmaker: Frank Tsimboukakis, candidate, State Senate

Closing credits

 

Friday, October 3, 2014

Introduction

Heat warning

Mayors’ Climate change report

Destination East County – Top festivals and events this week

Debate: Duncan Hunter vs. James Kimber, 50th Congressional District (Part 1)

Closing credits

 

Monday, October 6, 2014

Introduction

Press Club awards: 7 East County Magazine team members among winners

Ebola case in Dallas

Privacy bills signed

Wild parrot injured by BB gun

Cooking fire in El Cajon

Park Station rejected by La Mesa planning group

Green Scene: bag ban

Tribal beat: Native American college stats

Gun bills signed

Alleged wife killer pleads not guilty

ECM and Viejas Wildfire/Emergency Alerts public service announcements, Station ID

Debate: Duncan Hunter vs. James Kimber, 50th Congressional District (part 2)

Closing

 

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Introduction

Missing Julian woman

Poll workers needed

BLM helicopters stationed at Viejas for firefighting

Polinsky Children’s Center: Judge rules searches of children are illegal

Press Club Awards – 7 ECM members among winners

Station ID

Newsmaker: Jerry Fazio, East County Boys & Girls Club

Station ID, Viejas Wildfire/Emergency Alerts PSA

Green Scene: Wind turbines linked to hearing loss

Scammers and schemers: Spark Energy scam

Prop 45: Deceptive insurance industry ads

Jacumba Centennial celebration: coverage on scene

Station ID

Green Scene: Yellow-billed cuckoo gains endangered status

Viejas Wildfire/Emergency Alerts public service announcement

Closing credits

 

Friday, October 10, 2014

Introduction

All Cal-Fire air tankers grounded after crash

Mayor Faulconer proposes mandatory water limits in San Diego

Supreme Court allows gay marriages in more states

Early voting begins

Horse auctions to be held by County

FPPC fines GOP for money laundering in California races

Station ID

Newsmaker interview: James Kimber, 52nd Congressional district candidate

Destination East County:  top festivals and events this week

Closing credits

 

Monday, October 13, 2014

Introduction

Calif. Public Utilities Commission under investigation by state and federal governments

Aide to 50th Congressional District candidate Carl DeMaio claims harassment

Rep. Hunter claims of ISIS at the border questioned

Rabid bat found, County warns

Weather report

Empty the Boot campaign

Viejas Alerts Public Service Announcement

Free heart screenings  for teens – Eric Paredes (EP Foundation)

Newsmaker: Vickie Butcher, Water for Children Africa

Station ID, East County Magazine and Viejas Wildfire/Emergency Alerts public service announcements

Agricultural report:  crackdown on volunteer winery workers

Tribal Beat: Aztec warrior  at SDSU draws controversy

Station ID

Bookshelf: Kirk Lee Aeder, author of Child of the Storm: How an Angry Young Man Formed a Bond with the Sea and Changed our Lives Forever

Early voting

Closing credits

 

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Introduction

Phone-in Interview: Dave Mustaine, son-in-law of missing woman Sally Estabrook

Covered California: no-bid contracts

Ebola: nurses’ survey shows gaps in hospital preparedness

Blood purifier product

Props 1 and 2: deceptive ads

Station ID

Newsmaker: Larry Zinter, San Diego Comic Fest

Brewery regulations proposed in San Diego

Viejas Wildfire/Emergency Alerts and East County Magazine public service announcements, Station ID

Newsmaker: La Mesa Mayor Art Madrid

Green Scene: Wind turbines linked to hearing loss

Rabid bat found, county warns

Closing credits

 

Friday, October 17, 2014

Introduction

SD Police officer Arevallaos claims are costing city millions

Arrest in Boulevard murder case

SDSU teams up with county on disaster retweet program

Rep. Hunter named number one “party animal” by Washingtonian Magazine survey of Congressional staffers

San Diego Community College Board race

West Nile Virus: State update

Mounted patrol riders and horse owners needed

Breweries regulations

Station ID

Newsmaker: Kathleen Hedberg, Helix Water District board member/candidate

Station ID, East County Magazine and Viejas Wildfire/Emergency Alerts public service announcement

Newsmaker: Rotsart, Helix Water District Steven candidate

Destination East County: top festivals and events this week

Halloween haunts in county parks

CHP patrols for Halloween

Viejas Wildfire and Emergency Alerts public service announcement

Closing credits

 

Monday, October 20, 2014

Introduction

Descanso Water District Board accused of cover-ups

Power lines in Cleveland National Forest hearing

Alpine-GUHSD: lawsuits filed over high school

Meningitis at San Diego State University

Station ID

Newsmaker: Congresswoman Susan Davis

Station ID

Arts and Music:  Cygnet Theatre – Sam Sheppard plays

Closing credits

 

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Introduction

Minimum wage goes to ballot in San Diego

Water restrictions now mandatory in San Diego

Airbag recalls: 4.7 million vehicles

Districted driver dangers: Public News Service

Animal tales: saving cheetahs

Green Scene: two wind lawsuits

Red Cross: Fire safety tips

Viejas Wildfire/Emergency Alerts public service announcement

Party with the Press event

Destination East County: top festivals and events this week

East County Magazine public service announcement, Station ID

Descanso water scandals

West Nile Virus alert

People Power: Dr. Carrole Jean-Murat, Angels for Haiti

Rep. Hunter named top “party animal” , Washingtonian reports

Bookshelf: Interview with horror author Mark Clement (rerun)

Viejas winter alert – public service announcement

Society of Professional Journalists Awards – ECM wins big

 

Friday, October 24, 2014

Introduction

West Nile Virus death in East County

Ebola: Grossmont hospital’s preparations

Newsmaker: Larry Wilske, candidate running against Susan Davis in 49th Congressional District

Station ID, East County Magazine public service announcement

Destination East County: top festivals and events this week

Closing credits

 

Monday, October 27, 2014

Introduction

Newsmaker: Patrick Dean, candidate, La Mesa City Council

Station ID

Newsmaker: Pete Gregorovic, candidate,  La Mesa City Council

California poverty rate is highest in nation

Station ID

Newsmaker: Steve Mattias, candidate, Grossmont Union High School District Board

Green Scene: Two lawsuits over wind projects

Viejas Wildfire/Emergency Alerts public service announcement

Closing credits

 

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Introduction

Newsmaker: Bill Baber, candidate, La Mesa City Council

Station ID, East County Magazine public service announcement

Newsmaker: Mary England, candidate, La Mesa City Council

Prop J:  La Mesa marijuana initiative

Viejas Wildfire/Emergency alerts public service announcement

Closing credits

 

Friday, October 31, 2014

Introduction

Newsmaker: Rhina Paredes, EP Save a Life on free heart screenings for youths

Newsmaker: Keshav Damoor, candidate, Santee City Council

Sheriff warning about marijuana candy on Halloween

Newsmaker: Rob McNellis, candidate, Santee City Council

Destination East County: Top festivals and events this week

Closing credits

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