Direct from Joshua Tree, Desert Oracle Radio – desertoracle.com/radio – is a weekly 30-minute road trip across the Mojave Weirdness/Wilderness. Season 2 started in September 2018. The show airs Fridays, 10pm on z1077 fm and is available as an on-demand podcast. New episodes air 2-3 times/month.
Hosted by Ken Layne, the program accompanies the beautiful, quarterly, dead-tree journal Desert Oracle, the acclaimed field guide to the western arid lands.
Night falls on the desert …
— Ken Layne (@KenLayne) September 7, 2019
Late Sunday night, I will be on @coasttocoastam with @g_knapp at the midnight hour, for two hours on the Sunday/Monday show. There is a high probability of Desert Weirdness of the @Desert_Oracle variety. 📻🌵🛸
— Ken Layne (@KenLayne) January 24, 2019
— Ron Mader (@ronmader) September 16, 2017
So I'm walking up a sand dune the other day, 40 dirt road miles from the middle of nowhere. My compatriot asks, "So have you ever heard of the @Desert_Oracle Radio podcast? It's awesome… and weird." pic.twitter.com/hh4WHiqmmN
— Patrick Donnelly (@BitterWaterBlue) January 11, 2018
— Mojave Phone Booth (@MojaveFoneBooth) November 17, 2017
— Ron Mader (@ronmader) August 5, 2017
https://omny.fm/shows/desert-oracle-radio/the-rangers-life – What does it mean to be a ranger? It means you are married to the mission, a soldier for your planetary home, armed with a moral compass and a Smokey Bear hat—a park-ranger style, by the way, that was introduced by the first generation of national park rangers, the Buffalo Soldiers black Calvary regiment, who began duty as Yosemite’s park rangers in 1899. With new sounds by RedBlueBlackSilver and a historical look at the Civilian Conservation Corps that was created to serve America’s national parks back in the last Great Depression.
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