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Thursday

1 p.m.: “”Flea Market.” Listener call-in with items to buy or sell.

6 p.m.: “Democracy Now!” National newsmagazine on issues of peace and social justice, with host Amy Goodman.



8 p.m.: “NightLIVE!” Folk singer John McCutcheon’s sold-out concert, live from the Miners Foundry Cultural Center in Nevada City.

Friday




1 p.m.: “Organic Matters.” With Amigo Bob Cantesano, organic farming consultant.

2 p.m.: “”Avant Garage.” With music director Alice MacAllister.

Saturday

7 a.m.: “Harmony Ridge.” Acoustic music, Brian Terhorst.

4 p.m.: “Street Legal.” The music of Bob Dylan.

Sunday

11 a.m.: “Loafer’s Glory.” Utah Phillips features selections from forthcoming Smithsonian folk music collection.

Noon: “Out of Africa.” Music from the Black “Diaspora,” plus Jeanette Colbert discussing her trip to African orphanages.

2 p.m.: “Martin Luther King Day Concert.” The Marysville Bethel AME Church Choir, live from the Center for the Arts in Grass Valley.

Monday

7 a.m.: “The Morning Show.” Kickoff of day-long special programming in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday.

10 a.m.: “Long and Dusty Road.” Music of the Civil Rights Era, in Don Jacobson’s final show.

1 p.m.: “Public Planet.” Public affairs special, with Mike Thornton.

2 p.m.: “Blues and Jazz Music Magazine.” Derek Washington presents music and

interviews.

7 p.m.: “Malcolm and Martin.” The lives and careers of Malcolm X and King

are paralleled.

Tuesday

5 a.m.: “Denim Sunrise.” Eclectic music, Allen Aastrom.

Noon: “Soundings.” Science and the environment, with The Union columnist Alan Stahler.

7 p.m.: “KVMR Election Forum.” Candidates for Nevada County First District Supervisor and the Nevada City City Council debate live from the Center for the Arts.


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