November 4th is almost upon us. Be informed when you go to the polls, by tuning in Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 7-9 pm for Debate for the State, airing live from APRN on Raven Radio. From 7-8 pm on Wednesday, hear the Lieutenant Governor candidates, and 8-9 pm for the Gubernatorial candidates. Then beginning at 7 on Thursday, the candidates for US House will take the stage, followed by candidates for US Senate. Tune in and get informed!
Here's a program on the history of the Sage Building produced by Lisa Busch who interviewed Gil Truitt, Nancy Yaw Davis, Stacy Golden, Cleo Brylinsky, Heather Woody, Jay Stelzenmueller and Kathy Kyle.
Wednesday afternoon, September 10, at 5pm Raven Radio will provide live coverage of President Obama's plans for fighting the Islamist militant group ISIS. Raven News will be heard about a half-hour earlier than usual, at 4:49 PM. Statewide news will follow the president's speech and analysis at 6 PM.
May 17th marked the second official Roller Derby Bout by the Sitka Sound Slayers, and Raven Radio was there to broadcast it live! If you missed it, you can hear it now right here.
Raven Radio is broadcasting the live Sitka Sound Slayers Roller Derby bout this Saturday, May 17th at 7:30 pm. Curious about the rules of Roller Derby? Check out this video to get the low down, and then tune in to Raven Radio to hear the action live!
Sunday on Raven Anthology from 1:30 to 2:30pm, host Carolyn Servid will interview Homer writer Eva Saulitis about her book Into Great Silence about killer whales in Prince William Sound. Eva studied a particular group of whales for over 25 … more
If you missed the broadcast of the Potluck on June 23rd, or would like to hear it again, lifelong Sitkan Willis Osbakken tells stories of mid-20th Century Sitka. He talks about the sawmill, the Crescent (beach, current location of Crescent … more
On Monday, members of the Sitka High DDF team gathered at Raven Radio to hold a public forum debate live on the air, similar to the way they'll compete in Anchorage. Listen to them debate whether the rise of China serves the interests of the United States.
Listen to Tuesday's Tsunami Call-In with Police Chief Sheldon Schmitt, Fire Chief Dave Miller, Assistant Fire Chief Al Stevens and Joel Curtis, warning coordination meteorologist for the National Weather Service and see the slides that Joel refers to and the web links mentioned during the program.
On Nov. 30, actors from Sitka Community Theater performed a radio theater show at the Sitka Performing Arts Center. The program aired Jan. 6 on Raven Radio's Sunday Night Potluck. Here, we're sharing four works by Seattle playwright John Longenbaugh, as well as an interview with him.