UCLA radio is run by and for students. All of the hosts must complete an internship before they’re eligible to run their own programming. “World Stew” is just one of the many radio programs offered to students.

In this two-hour block, third-year students Juliet Ovalle and Gloria Negrete play music from around the world. Their decision to play such interesting sounds has as much to do with their love of music as their strong political views.

The day I visited the studio, our hosts had the director of the film Made in L.A. and the former lead organizer of the Garment Workers Center in Los Angeles as phone-in guests. To listen to “World Stew” live or any other programming offered by UCLA students, visit www.uclaradio.com.