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On the air


Noon “Public Planet” A monthly presentation of “good news,” with

Mikail Graham and Amigo Bob Cantesano.

4 p.m. “Music Magazine” Chris Towne discusses upcoming entertainment

events, analyzes sports and plays actual vinyl.

6 p.m. “KVMR Evening News” Regional and global news and analysis,

plus essayist Molly Fisk.


7 a.m. “The Morning Show” Mike and Julie look for signs of Jerianne

Van Dijk’s mysterious disappearance.

1 p.m. “What’s Cooking” Recipes and food, with Patti Bess.

4 p.m. “Music Magazine” B.D. Colwell reports on his recent encounter

with Toumani Diabate’s kora.

8 p.m. “Ital Culture” Reggae and dub music, with Christopher Redlocks.


10 a.m. “County Line Bluegrass” Eric Rice.

Noon “Ragged But Right” Texas-based music and novelty, with Thomas Greener.

2 p.m. “Rockin’ and Stompin'” Host Wesley Robertson tries to figure

out what happened at California Worldfest.

4 p.m. “Rhythm and Blues Revue” Brian Lee returns with authentic

sounds of the ’50s and early ’60s.


9 a.m. “Kani Ka Pila” Hawaiian music and culture, with Michael Keene.

Noon “E-Town” instrumentalist Daryl Anger’s “Republic of Strings”,

plus the ‘Boston-based pop group Guster.

1 p.m. “Blues Spectrum” Recent Memphis r&b, with Steve Cagle

4 p.m. “Transglobal Sound System” Worldbeat dance party.]

6 p.m. “Sunday Night Showcase” The story behind Walking Larry

Hilberg’s 2000 mile trek from Arizona to Michigan.

9 p.m. “Loafer’s Glory” Tall tales, eccentric music and stories from

U. Utah Phillips.


7 a.m. “The Morning Show” Guest host is Marcel Marceau, a radio legend.

10 a.m. “South of the Border” Salsa and Cuban jazz, with Evan Stone.

1 p.m. ” Booktown” The local literary scene.

8 p.m. ‘The Women’s Show” With Catherine Allen.


7 a.m. “The Morning Show” With Laura Jean Confal.

10 a.m. “Eclectic Suite” World music, with George Olson.

2 p.m. “So Many Roads” Traditional and contemporary blues.

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