On the Air
7 a.m. “Morning Show” Paul Emery offers rare live vintage grooves and rhythm and blues recordings.
Noon “Money Matters” Special two hour edition of financial advice, with Marc Cuniberti.
2 p.m. “Good Stuff” Kim Rogers features Emmylou Harris, Allison Krauss, Robin & Linda Williams
6 p.m. “Democracy Now” Special KVMR membership edition of national newsmagazine.
7 a.m. “The Morning Show” Jerianne Van Dijk gets caught in a maze of pledge phone cords.
10 a.m. “Nevada City Limits” Dennis Brunnenmeyer salutes the life and music of Pete Seeger.
Noon “Wild and Scenic Radio” Highlights of the recent SYRCL Film Festival, with Evangeline Elston
1 p.m “Garden Forum” Kathi Keville offers signed copies of her new book “Women’s Herbs, Women’s Health”
2 p.m. “Avant Garage” A musical salute to The Clash and the legendary late Joe Strummer.
7 p.m. “Democracy Now” Host Amy Goodman in an exclusive interview with KVMR.
8 p.m. “Ital Culture” Reggae and dub.
7 a.m. “Backroads” Acoustic and Americana, with Larry Hilburg.
10 a.m. “County Line Bluegrass” Tickets to the Strawberry Music Festival are among thank you gifts.
1 p.m. “The Texas Primary” Listeners vote for their favorite artists captured live on “Austin City Limits,” including Willie Nelson, Steve Earle and Lucinda Williams.
4 p.m. “Rhythm and Blues Review” Philadelphia doo wop vs. California doo wop.
8 p.m. “Dead Air” Featured recordings of Grateful Dead concerts from each decade, including this February’s reunion featuring Jackie Greene and the original Dead.
9 a.m. “Kani Ka Pila” Hawaiian music features, including a DVD of the Islands.
1 p.m. “Blues Spectrum” Roy Rogers, Elvin Bishop and other blues artists.
4 p.m. “Transglobal Sound System” A world class collection of worldbeat music is offered to listeners.
6 p.m. “Sunday Night Live” Classic live sets from leading rock bands, including David Lindley, Taj Mahal and The Band’s Last Waltz.
8 p.m. “John McCutcheon In Concert” Live recording of the folksinger/storyteller’s recent Grass Valley show, exclusive to KVMR listeners.
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