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Democracy Now!

Democracy Now! will expand to a daily two-hour broadcast during the 2012 Republican and Democratic National Conventions. Amy Goodman and the Democracy Now! crew will travel to Tampa Bay and Charlotte to report from the streets, to the suites, to the convention floor.

On the opening day of the 2008 Republican Convention, Goodman and two producers were unlawfully arrested and subjected to excessive force while reporting on a public protest surrounding the convention.

Marin Media Lecture Series

Check out our latest Marin Media Lecture Series! The program features Jason Benlevi discussing his book Too Much Magic with KGO radio host Peter B. Collins and Sarah Houghton, Director of the San Rafael Public Library.

Songs for Changing the World

Don't miss this inspiring performance by one of America's finest singer/songwriters, Jon Fromer, at Dominican University. Jon has shared the stage with Maria Callas, Pete Seeger, and Henry Mancini and shared billing with the Beach Boys, John Denver, the Lovin' Spoonful and Phil Ochs. He has also won one national and 18 regional Emmys for his work as a television producer. 

Bridge to Iran

Bridge to Iran features a series of four documentary films with engaging conversations which carries viewers into the lives of Iranian citizens and into the heart and soul of Persian culture. Bridge to Iran presents memorable characters, confronted with a wide range of obstacles and opportunities as they navigate their lives through a changing social and political landscape.

How the World Really Works

This weekly series examines relevant national and international issues, including American democracy, media and foreign policy.


Open Yale Courses

Open Yale Courses provides free and open access to a selection of introductory courses taught by distinguished teachers and scholars at Yale University.

The American Studies course examines major works by Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and Faulkner, by exploring their interconnections.

The Open Yale Greek history course traces the development of Greek civilization as manifested in political, intellectual, and creative achievements from the Bronze Age to the end of the classical period.


Marin Media Speaker Series

Tune in to watch our latest installment of the Marin Media Lecture Series! The program features Sustainable San Rafael President, Bill Carney, interviewing Melanie and Ken about their latest book project, Valley of Shadows and Dreams.

Vienna In The Heavenlies

Nonagenarian Helen Breger fled as a young girl with her family from Vienna in 1938 shortly after the Nazi anschluss, or annexation of Austria. She now returns with her two adult daughters.

What sort of welcome awaits them there after 74 years? Is reconciliation possible after such historical and personal family trauma? Can some spiritual truth be gleaned from going back to the city of Helen's birth? Filmmaker Michelle Shelfer records the unexpected journey, intertwining Helen's family history with the laughter and tears of their present day encounters.


San Rafael Pacifics Baseball

Did you miss the inaugural San Rafael Pacifics baseball game Monday night? You can relive the excitement of the first professional baseball game in Marin since 1910 this weekend on Marin TV.

Through an unprecedented collaboration of local media professionals, the game featured hosts Bruce MacGowan and Rich Walcoff, two of the Bay Area's most notable sports journalists. Roving cameras captured the reinvigorated community spirit in the newly renovated Albert Park and both teams showcased some very impressive baseball.


Best of Investing

A look into Newstalk 910AM, a live one hour radio show covering financial and investment topics every Saturday! Each week the popular radio show brings new topics and special guests with the goal to be educational, informative and fun.


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