Program Archive


Talking with Henrietta

Henrietta Burroughs - February 14, 2016

Henrietta Burroughs, a local journalist, hosts this twice-a-month public affairs program, frequently focused on local, state and national issues. Her latest show is called Dealing with a Hidden Civil Rights Issue. Below is a photo of the show’s participants. In this photo, seated left to right: Karyn McElroy, Dennis Parker, show host Henrietta J. Burroughs, Read More…

MC Youth Presents #6: Youth Making A Difference

Dave Sorokach - November 25, 2015

Interviews with students from the Gunn High School chapter of Youth Community Services(YCS), and a Los Alto High school student who started the Water by Youth Club at her school. Also youth produced videos on the YCS Make a difference day, and the California Drought.

Learning Soup

Dave Sorokach - July 29, 2015

Our recent studio class produced a show called “Learning Soup”. In this show, our studio student Katherine Cepeda reads from her newly published kid’s book  “He was as Big as a House” to a group of elementary school kids. Katherine’s childrens’ book has ended up in the hands of Michelle Obama, as it teaches kids Read More…

Other Voices: Broken Justice – Rethinking Our Cops and Courts

Dave Sorokach - July 23, 2015

Judge LaDoris Cordell takes us on an inside journey through our justice system – and what’s wrong with it.

Darlene Carman Presents

Dave Sorokach - July 6, 2015

Host Darlene Carman welcomes Silicon Valley Creates Artist Laureate Stephanie Metz (www.stephaniemetz.com) who is being honored in the “Off the Wall” category for her felted wool sculpture.

Let’s Talk: A Community Conversation – Healthy Kids & Healthy Schools

Lupita Segura - February 27, 2015

February 25, 2015 Co-sponsored by the Palo Alto Unified School District, City of Palo Alto and Project Safety Net Goals: Increase awareness of community resources and efforts by partners to promote well being. Increase awareness of risk and resilience factors. Provide information on what schools/parents/friends/community members can do to build healthier environments for all kids Read More…

City of Palo Alto Apps Challenge Grand Finale

Elliot Margolies - July 2, 2014

The Palo Alto Apps Challenge,  part of the 2nd National Day of Civic Hacking, was a competition to help launch awesome civic innovation apps. During the call for entries period we received 74high-quality app ideas. 30% of the entrants were younger than 18.  More info & videos on the event website.  The Grand Finale video was produced by the Media Center’s Pro Read More…

Terrain Vague

Nancy Brown - April 23, 2014

Terrain Vague is a show filled with variety, led by two brothers who force their guests to sit through their bickering. Filled with regular goofy bits and whatever other content the crew can scrape together.

Michael Uhila Presents

Nancy Brown - April 10, 2014

Michael Uhila Presents has been on the air since 2011. From local music videos of artists, to yoga reporting, acting like actors, artsy stuff, a fashion show, to interviewing former WWE wrestling champion Chyna to dancing.  The aesthetics are valuable and the show goes on with the curiosity of a cat beyond nine lives. It’s stupid, crazy-fun and don’t Read More…

Just Picture It

Nancy Brown - February 26, 2014

Just Picture It is produced monthly featuring interesting new ways of doing things that we’ve discovered in the Silicon Valley. New science and technology is changing how humans work, live, play and think – so much that sometimes we have to go beyond text and words to describe what is happening. We use drawing, images, Read More…