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Noon “Money Matters” How to make money on stocks you already own, with Marc Cuniberti.

4 p.m. “Music Magazine” Chris Towne thaws his baseball mitt.


7 a.m. “The Morning Show” Jerianne Van Dijk forgets KVMR’s Membership Drive doesn’t start until Monday.

1 p.m. “Garden Forum” Robyn Martin bares her green thumb.


7 a.m. “Backroads” Larry Hilberg demonstrates the difference between a snicker and a guffaw.

10 a.m. “County Line Bluegrass” Eric Rice snickers at Larry Hilberg.


Noon “E-Town” Live musical guests are the band Moe and Pieta Brown, daughter of folksinger Greg Brown.

6 p.m. “Sunday Night Showcase” The music of Tim Hardin.


7 a.m. “The Morning Show” Steve Baker and Dawn Fischer kick off the “Make A Difference” fund drive with a new comedy/novelty compilation featuring “Bush Is Over” and “Lirty Dies.”

Noon “The Talkies” Democracy Now host Amy Goodman on the importance of independent media like KVMR.

1 p.m. “Wild and Scenic Radio” Highlights and filmmakers from the recent SYRCL environmental film festival

2 p.m. “Jimmi Accardi’s Rock’n’Roll Party” Will Jimmi auction off his mom?

4 p.m. “Music Magazine” Laura Miller salutes “Songbird,” the Emmylou Harris career retrospective.

8 p.m. “Women’s Show” Music of Grammy-winning Joni Mitchell and Patty Griffin.


7 a.m. “The Morning Show” Exclusive Michael Franti acoustic concert.

10 a.m. “Jazz Break” Thelonious Monk, Louis Armstrong and Sarah Vaughn are among featured artists.

Noon “Conversations” Lester Brown, author of “Plan B 3.0: Mobilizing To Save Civilization”

1 p.m. “The Talkies” A rebroadcast of mushroom expert Paul Stamets.

2 p.m. “So Many Roads” Robben Ford, Elvin Bishop, Tinsley Ellis, Roy Rogers and other blues artists.

8 p.m. “Pet Sounds” The “Crossroads Guitar Festival”, plus a Paul McCartney retrospective.


10 a.m. “Folk Say” Che Greenwood.

Noon “Rabble Rousing” BBC Investigative journalist Greg Palast details U.S. involvement in a Venezuela coup, plus American election fraud.

1 p.m. “The Talkies” Ralph Bronner, son of the founder of Dr. Bronner’s soaps, talks about the company’s social conscience.

4 p.m. “Music Magazine” Connie Coale curls listener toes.

8 p.m. “Celtic Cadence” Anne Hestbeck’s “Case of Cadence” includes new releases by Old Blind Dogs, Martin Simpson, Dennis Cahill and others.

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