West Coast Live: Food for thought, thoughts in food
This week, Sedge Thomson's guests provoke the appetite for curiosity.
IAN MORRIS teaches classics, history, and archaeology at Stanford University. He is the author of Why the West Rules--For Now: The Patterns of History, and What they Reveal About the Future.
BO CALDWELL, author of the national bestseller The Distant Land Of My Father, and most recently City of Tranquil Light.
HAROLD McGEE, Curious Cook, author of Keys to Good Cooking: A Guide to Making the Best of Foods and Recipes.
L. JOHN HARRIS, with Foodoodles: From the Museum of Culinary History, Cartoons and Commentary.
STEPHEN PRUTSMAN, renowned pianist, composer, arranger. Big Bach and Forth and discusses autism.
ARANN HARRIS AND THE FARM BAND, born in a 1900s school house on their Sonoma farm. The play original and traditional songs with the grand plan to make people happy. This is ruff, radio ready for a very old radio. Old Time New School Folk. Songs about skunks, corn, sad clowns and mean people to be sung out loud together. They cook.
Saturday from 12pm to 2pm.