10 a.m. “Dreamwalk” Native American music and culture.
Noon ”Money Matters” Economic forecasts, investment advice and currency issues, with Marc Cuniberti.
1 p.m. “Flea Market” Listeners call 265-9555 with items to sell or give away in this weekly series.
2 p.m. “Good Stuff” Cowgirl Kim Rogers ropes some singer-songwriters, Americana and roots music.
4 p.m. “Music Magazine” Is Chris Towne still dressed in black and orange from the Wednesday Halloween parade honoring the world champion San Francisco Giants.
6 p.m. “KVMR Evening News” Regional headlines and features, Free Speech Radio News stories and an essay by Molly Fisk.
8 p.m. “Duke’s Place” An imaginary blues & funk club in a make-believe town but with Al Lauer calling the shots.
10 p.m. “The Vinyl Avenger” Olaf Jens salutes Day Of The Dead with doo wop, surf, garage, rockabilly & blues with a Mexican flavor.
7 a.m. “Morning Show” Jerianne Van Dijk can’t get out of her Big Bird Halloween costume, for some darned reason.
10 a.m. “Nevada City Limits” Contemporary folk and acoustic music, with Dennis Brunnenmeyer.
Noon “Disability Rap” Former FREED Center for Independent Living director Ana Acton on disability issues.
1 p.m. “Garden Forum” Herbalist/author Kathi Keville.
4 p.m. “Music Magazine” With Hap Hazard, who says “we re-awaken after the rain, cold, and driving winds. All has been transformed from the doldrums of summer, into a dynamic, daring atmospheric dance — and our spirits rise to the occasion.”
6:30 p.m. “Left, Right and Center” Political pundits — including Robert Scheer of truthdig.com — dissect politics and other stories of the week.
7 a.m. “Backroads” Walking Larry Hillberg can’t remember what he can’t remember.
10 a.m. “County Line Bluegrass” Eric Rice lights up your life.
2 p.m. “Rockin’ & Stompin’” Cerebral country and lively musical guests, with Wesley Robertson.
4 p.m. “Rhythm & Blues Revue” Radio so authentic that you’d swear it was 1960 again, with Brian Lee.
6 p.m. “Diamonds and Rust” Laura Miller makes your Saturday evening special.
8 p.m. “Dead Air” Jerry Garcia smiles every time he tunes in.
10 a.m. “Kani Ka Pila” Hawaiian music and culture, with Michael Keene.
Noon “Hallelujah Hollerback” With gospel grrrl/punk diva Meri St. Mary.
3 p.m. “Salsa and Latin Jazz” After 15 years late nights, Leon Reyes comes to Sunday afternoons.
5 p.m. “Bayou Country” Cajun, zydeco, swamp pop and a dash of comedy, with Dale Johnson
7 p.m. “eTown” Repeat of 2011 episode featuring the e-chievement award presented to Nevada City’s Joanna Robinson for her work with Hospitality House. Music guests include Jimmie Dale Gilmore and the Wronglers, including Hardly Strictly Bluegrass founder/funder, the late Warren Hellman.
8 p.m. “Loafer’s Glory” U. Utah Phillips examines what it means to be a pacifist in this encore of the late folksinger’s national radio series
8 a.m. “Morning Show” Political analyst Shawn Garvey makes his election predictions.
10 a.m. “South of the Border” Latin music, with a pop twist and Doug Austin.
Noon “The Tibetan Radio Hour” Monthly show on politics and culture of Tibet, with Joseph Guida.
2 p.m. “Jimmi Accardi’s Rock’n’Roll Party” Oldies, often with a phone call to Jimmi’s mother.
4 p.m. “Music Magazine” Eclectic music with Greg Jewett, and an animal shelter report with Barbara Graves at 4:30.
7 p.m. “Democracy Now!” Weeknight newsmagazine on peace and social justice issues, with host Amy Goodman.
2 p.m. “So Many Roads” Will Obama or Romney get the blues after Election Day?
4 p.m. “Music Magazine” Elisa Parker details the events of the week in between beats, world music and sweet sounds.
6 p.m. “Election Night 2012” National coverage from the BBC and the Pacifica Radio Network, plus local and regional coverage from field correspondents, Paul Emery, Felton Pruitt, Steve Baker and analyst Shawn Garvey.
7 a.m. “Morning Show” Late vote results in close contests.
Noon “Adios Babylon” Analysis of the election through alternative media and progressive viewpoints, with Michael Melendez and Kelly Moreno.
1 p.m. “Zen Tech” Computer and internet issues, with call-ins.
2 p.m. “Remember When” Vintage music from the ‘30s through the ‘50s, with John Goodman.
4 p.m. “Music Magazine” No matter how many votes all those others got, Jenny Michael emerges a real winner on this show.
7 p.m. “Democracy Now!” Aftermath of the election, with Amy Goodman.