The longest-running Buddhist radio programming began in Berkeley at the flagship station KPFK. Alan Watts went on the air to talk about the exotic East. For decades it has continued and gone across the country. Livestreaming and programs (archived for only 90 days) are available at Pacifica station websites. Pacifica is heard over Los Angeles airwaves at KPFK as Roy of Hollywood Tuckman takes over nighttime programming on "Something's Happening" from midnight to 6:00 am. Roy frequently features Alan Watts, Pema Chodron, Dr. Gary Null, Shinzen Young, "Sounds True," Eckhart Tolle, Jack Kornfield, Joseph Goldstein, Sharon Salzberg, and other luminaries before the dawn. Buddhist Geeks is a newer effort to do in-depth interviews with many Buddhist writers as it "discovers the emerging face of Buddhism."
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