This Thanksgiving Day weekend has a little something-something for everyone here at KPCC. We've got last-minute advice to offer for those scrambling to get the big feast served up just right and more.
We have personal stories from folks just like you recorded from our friends at StoryCorps. There's a bit of history, some holiday feast traditions and even a talk with Al Gore.
Sit back, relax, have fun and stream away as we present our Thanksgiving Day programming from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
If you need last-minute help with your Thanksgiving feast, Turkey Confidential will be on call during a two-hour show that starts on Thanksgiving at 10 a.m. Pacific. They'll host a live chat Thanksgiving morning to take questions over the Web.
At 11 a.m., listen to stories from the StoryCorps collection the day before the National Day of Listening.
At 1 p.m., join American Radio Works to hear "Rising by Degrees," the story of Latino students working towards a college degree—and why it’s so hard for them to get what they want.
Patt Morrison is on the air in a pre-recorded show from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
On her show from 1 to 2, American Radio Works hosts "Rising by Degrees," the story of young Latino Americans and immigrants working toward college degrees.
From 2 to 2:40, Patt talks with Vice President Al Gore about his latest book, "Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis."
From 2:40 yo 3, Patt talks with Dr. Jane Aronson, founder & CEO of the Worldwide Orphans Foundation, about the plight of the world’s unwanted children.
For the history buffs, joing Off-Ramp's John Rabe as he takes you back in time with his documentary "Walking Out of History," which tells the remarkable story of the miraculous "Endurance" expedition of 1914, when explorer Ernest Shackleton led 28 men to Antarctica.
For the foodies, Rabe also talks with L.A. chefs about Thanksgiving food traditions.