Episode Archive

Jeff Berg, "New Mexico Filmmaking," "Historic Movie Theatres of NM"

Air Dates: September 22-24, 2018
Jeff Berg, Film historian and author Jeff Berg discusses filmmaking in New Mexico and describes the "Historic Movie Theaters of New Mexico" that are featured in his new book of the same name. More

Ann Ravel, former Chair, Federal Election Commission

Air Dates: September 15-17, 2018
Ann Ravel, former Chair, Federal Election Commission This week's guest on "Report from Santa Fe" is Ann Ravel, former Chair of the Federal Election Commission, discussing national and state issues in the upcoming Midterm Elections in November 2018. More

Laura Paskus, journalist covering NM water & environmental issues

Air Dates: September 8-10, 2018
Laura Paskus, journalist covering NM water & environmental issues This week's guest on "Report from Santa Fe' is journalist Laura Paskus discussing water, climate change, and environmental issues in New Mexico. More

David Suzuki, author, "The Legacy," "Letters to my Grandchildren"

Air Dates: September 1-3, 2018
David Suzuki, author, This week's guest on "Report from Santa Fe" is David Suzuki, internationally renown geneticist and environmentalist. He is best known as host of the long-running (50 years) CBC Television science program "The Nature of Things." Suzuki is the author of more than 40 books and is the recipient of the Right Livelihood Award, the "alternate" Nobel Prize. More

Michael Pollan, author, "The Omnivore's Dilemma," "How to Change Your Mind"

Air Dates: August 25-27, 2018
Michael Pollan, author, Michael Pollan, author of 6 New York Times bestselling books, discusses his new book. "How to Change Your Mind: What the New Science of Psychedelics Teaches Us About Consciousness, Dying, Addiction, Depression, and Transcendence." .Pollan will air on KENW-TV, while KNME and KRWG will air special pledge programming. More

Ann Ravel, former Chair, Federal Election Commission

Air Dates: August 18-20, 2018
Ann Ravel, former Chair, Federal Election Commission This week's guest on "Report from Santa Fe" is Ann Ravel, former Chair of the Federal Election Commission discussing national and state issues in the upcoming Midterm Elections in November 2018. This interview will be shown at 6:00 p.m.Saturday evening for Eastern New Mexico on Channel 3, KENW-TV. It will also air at 4:30 p.m.on Sunday, August 19 in Albuquerque and Santa Fe on KNME-TV Channel 9.1. Other regular "Report from Santa Fe" broadcast slots will feature special pledge programming on KNME and KRWG. The Ravel interview will be heard on the radio Monday, August 20, 9:30 a.m. on KANW-FM, 89.1 on the FM Radio dial. More

Andres Mercado, MIHO program, Santa Fe Fire Department

Air Dates: August 11-13, 2018
Andres Mercado, MIHO program, Santa Fe Fire Department This week's guest on "Report from Santa Fe" is Andres Mercado, Mobile Integrated Health Officer (MIHO) with the City of Santa Fe Fire Department, describing the innovative, groundbreaking work MIHO is doing in providing emergency medical services to the community. Their work is mission-focused (to protect life safely through emergency response) and data-driven. More

Natalie Goldberg, "Let the Whole Thundering World Come Home""

Air Dates: August 4-6, 2018
Natalie Goldberg, This week's guest on "Report from Santa Fe" is best-selling author Natalie Goldberg, best known for a series of books which explore writing as a Zen practice. Her book "Writing Down the Bones" has sold over two million copies. She discusses her newest memoir "Let the Whole Thundering World Come Home" in which she shares her experience with cancer grounded in her practice of zen and writing. More

Richard Rhodes, author, "Energy:A Human History," "The Making of the Atomic Bomb"

Air Dates: July 28-30, 2018
Richard Rhodes, author, This week's guest on "Report from Santa Fe" is Richard Rhodes, author of twenty-six books including "The Making of the Atomic Bomb," which won a Pulitzer Prize in Nonfiction, a National Book Award and a National Book Critics Circle Award; "Dark Sun: The Making of the Hydrogen Bomb," which was shortlisted for a Pulitzer Prize in History; and two further volumes of nuclear history. Rhodes discusses his latest book, "Energy: A Human History," which chronicles how people have lived and died, businesses have prospered and failed, and nations have risen to world power and declined, all over energy challenges. More

Lydia Cacho, journalist, author "Slavery, Inc," "Infamy"

Air Dates: July 21-23, 2018