Shipra Shukla | KALW

Shipra Shukla

Program Manager

Shipra has worked in broadcasting for many years, getting her start working as a production assistant at ABC-7 News in San Franciso and working as a segment producer for Current TV. She started working at KALW in 2015. Shipra was born in San Jose, is a graduate of UC Berkeley, and has lived in San Francisco for many years. In her free time she teaches classical Indian dance to kids.

Cohen Hearing - Live

Feb 26, 2019

Michael Cohen, President Trump's former lawyer, is testifying on Capitol Hill. Cohen has been sentenced to three years in prison, to begin in May. He pleaded guilty last year to charges of campaign finance violations and other charges related to his work for Trump. Live stream starting at 7 a.m. on Wednesday,

Denise Henhoeffer

KALW is pleased to broadcast a special four-part radio series, Gospel Roots of Rock and Soul celebrating Black gospel music’s profound and under acknowledged influence on early rock and soul music. The series airs February 2nd, 9th, 16th, and 23rd at 1pm.

Stanford University Libraries

Listen to the rebroadcast on our Local Music Player.

Join Kevin Vance on A Patchwork Quilt this Saturday (1/19) at 5 p.m. for a tribute to the life, work, and spirit of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

This program received the 2005 Silver Reel Award from the National Federation of Community Broadcasters for Best Locally Produced Music or Entertainment Program. 

My Mixtape asks people from the Bay Area and beyond to contribute a song that is meaningful to them. For this Halloween installment, magician and host of the San Francisco Ghost Hunt Walking Tour Christian Cagigal tell us why he picked this song by Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

My Mixtape asks people from the Bay Area and beyond to contribute a song that is meaningful to them. In this installment, local filmmaker Amir Soltani tells us why he chose "Sultan Qalbam Tu Asti," by Ahmad Zahir.

My Mixtape asks people from the Bay Area and Beyond to contribute a song that is meaningful to them. In this installment, Karla Ceja tells us why she picked this song by K. Michelle.





My Mixtape asks people from the Bay Area and beyond to contribute a song that is meaningful to them. Yvonne Williams, president and business agent of the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 192, chose this funky number for us.

Originally from Oakland, California, Brittani “Brittsense” Sensabaugh is a New York-based documentarian who chose this song (performed by several different artists) for us.

My Mixtape asks people from the Bay Area and beyond to contribute a song that is meaningful to them. In this installment, Giovanni Rafael Arriola Avilucea tells us why he chose this song by Richmond, California's Iamsu!

My MixTape asks people from the Bay Area and beyond to contribute a song that is meaningful to them. Catie Conry, executive director of the Tenderloin Museum, tells us why she chose this song by David Bowie

KALW presents Sights & Sounds of East Oakland, an open mic night featuring stories and poetry by Tongo Eisen-Martin and Josiah Luis Aldarete.

Tuesday July 31st 6pm - 8pm at the Oakland Public Library, located at 1021 81st Ave. Oakland, CA 94621. Refreshments will be served.

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