On the air
10 a.m. “Dreamwalk” Will Wayne Newton show up?
Noon “Energy Report” The future of public transporation in times of increased demand and gasoline costs, with a focus on the local Gold Country Transit.
4 p.m. “Music Magazine” Guest host Evangeline Elston sets off some fireworks.
8 p.m. “Skateboarders’ Paradise” Monthly youth culture series, with Aaron Eisenberg.
7 a.m. “The Morning Show” Jerianne Van Dijk and guest Hap Hazard welcome the Easter Bunny, Cupid, Santa Claus and other traditional July 4th symbols.
Noon “Disability Rap” With activist Ana Acton.
1 p.m. “Garden Forum” Your post-record particulate-plastered plants, with herbalist and author Kathi Keville.
2 p.m. “Avant Garage” Guest mechanic is punk goddess Meri St. Mary.
4 p.m. “Music Magazine” B.D. Colwell celebrates by lighting up some ladyfingers and launching a subversive set.
12 a.m. “Nightvision” We dare you.
10 a.m. “County Line Bluegrass” You’d think Eric Rice was throwing a party or something.
2 p.m. “Rockin’ and Stompin'” Tall tales and musical highlights of the recent Kate Wolf Festival, with Wesley Robertson.
6 p.m. “Jewels and Binoculars” Bob Dylan puts his John Hancock on this one.
12 a.m. “Blues Cafe” Guest chef is Ralph Hanson.
Noon “E-Town” Guests include country music legend Charlie Louvin, singer-songwriter Neko Case and teenage E-Chievement award winner Annie Wignall of Care Bags Foundation for kids in crisis.
1 p.m. “Queen Bee Blues Hour” Neglected and unknown musicians who defined the blues, with Music Director Alice MacAllister.
3 p.m. “From Hoot to Holler” Gospel magazine.
4 p.m. “Transglobal Sound System” How the Gladiator Sandals phenomenon is changing worldbeat music.
6 p.m. “Sunday Night Showcase” Celebrating 30 years of independent radio, with Jodi Selene.
9 p.m. “Loafer’s Glory” Classic episode features the late U. Utah Phillips and his love for baseball through stories, songs and sound portraits.
10 a.m. “South of the Border” Mexican and Carribean pop, with Doug Austin.
8 p.m. “The Women’s Show” In Her Words: Women Poets of the 19th Century, with Jean Varda.
Noon “Conversations” “UnReasonable Women for the Earth” with Bioneers co-founder Nina Simons.
8 p.m. “The Other Side” Life and music of the late John Stewart, “An Americana Legend”.
Noon “Rabble Rousing” Chamba Lane removes news clippings he’s wearing as he reads them. What’s underneath?
4 p.m. “Music Magazine” Jenny Michaels smiles, and nothing else seems to matter.
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