On the air
Noon “Energy Report” An interview with Garden Fare, environmentally friendly food advocates.
2 p.m. “Good Stuff” Kim Rogers demonstrates calf roping tricks in between songs.
8 p.m. “Skateboarders’ Paradise” Monthly series on skateboarding and youth culture, with Aaron Eisenberg.
7 a.m. “Morning Show” Jerianne Van Dijk finds Kim Rogers’ rope and manages to tie herself to the on-air studio chair.
10 a.m. “The New Brick Road” Live music with folk duo Bev Barnett and Greg Newlon, plus an interview with members of the Celtic band Beoga.
Noon “Disability Rap” Disability activist Anne Guerra is guest host.
1 p.m. “Garden Forum” Host is Kathi Keville, co-author of the new book, “Women’s Herbs, Women’s Health.”
10 p.m. “Alone In The Dark” Joel Brungardt scurries into a corner when a light shines on him.
7 a.m. “Backroads” Kim Daniels joins Larry Hilberg to celebrate female folk artists on International Women’s Day.
Noon “Hard Country” Audra and Rick Snelson present the show’s first all-woman special, “Honky Tonk Angels.”
2 p.m. “Rockin’ and Stompin'” Kim Rogers is guest cowgirl.
6 p.m. “Bayou Country” In honor of International Women’s Day, Kathyrn Smith and Dale Johnson salute female cajun and zydeco artists.
10 p.m. “NightRoots” Sultry and sensuous female vocalists, with Catherine Smith and regular host Richard Dunk.
7 a.m. “House Blend” Allison Miller flies about the studio on a magic carpet.
Noon “E-Town” Pop songstress Ricki Lee Jones and singer-songwriter Chris Smither are this week’s live musical guests.
8 p.m. “The Mike and Julie Show” With Mike and Julie.
9 p.m. “Old Radio Theater” Vintage comedy and drama from the “golden days” of radio in the ’30s and ’40s.
1 p.m. “Zen Tech” Computer and internet forum, with call-ins.
8 p.m. “Women’s Show” Jean Varda with poetry, spoken word and songs “In Her Worlds.”
2 p.m. “So Many Roads” Contemporary and traditional blues.
8 p.m. “The Other Side” Jimmi Accardi and Mikail Graham duel musically, with a psychedelic twist.
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