Meraki Radio

Meraki  [may-rah-kee] (adjective) This is a word that modern Greeks often use to describe doing something with soul, creativity, or love — when you put "something of yourself" into what you're doing, whatever it may be.

Meraki Radio tries to live up to the definition of this interesting word. Anyone who wants to get behind the mic and talk about meraki in their own life-- whether it be professional, historical, artistic, scientific, prolific or otherwise is encouraged to contact the show at kdrtmeraki@gmail.com.

This show is a public affairs show broken up into different segments including brief chats about nutrition, science, art, poetry and other interesting finds that provide fodder to promote inquiry and curiosity. 

 

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Replays Tuesday 5:30-6pm, Thursday 2-2:30pm
Live Tuesday 12:30-1pm
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A Mellow Friday Morning with Alison B & Kate

This week Meraki Radio lays low like the fog. Alison B and Kate chat the hour away about their surroundings and retrospection therof. Kate discusses her current rental issue of having plants and the limitations that it puts on her expression. Alison B opens with a poem by Bob Kaufman and discusses a bit about the Research Methods course she is teaching this semester.

Alison B, Kate & Brian discuss Eckhart Tolle, the ego, listening and accessibility of classic literature

In this hour we are joined by a new guest- Brian B- who is a Davis local. Inspired by Eckhart Tolle, Brian discusses the concept of the ego and its impacts on human relationships. We discuss various aspects along this theme as well as the concept of listening, and the accessibility of classic literature to modern readers.

Here is a link to the Atlantic article referenced during the show: https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2014/12/the-real-roots-of-m...

Francis Resta Tribute Show

In this 1 hour special, Meraki Radio pays tribute to  Francis Resta, our late friend and co-host. Carol, his wife, takes his seat and visitors from the community come share their words. Bill Buchanan, Jeff Shaw, Michael Gangitano as well as Kate and Alison B share perspectives, while Carol informs the conversation from Francis's angle. Francis will be missed forever, but will live on through all the lives he touched throughout his long life.

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