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On the air

KVMR 89.5 FM

Today

Noon: “Public Planet.” Public affairs, with John Fletcher.



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

7:10 p.m.: “California Bluegrass Association Festival.” Live broadcast of




the Gibson Brothers, Bluegrass Cardinals Reunion and Laurie Lewis concerts.

Friday

10 a.m.: “California Bluegrass Association Festival.” 13 hours of live concert broadcasts from the Nevada County Fairgrounds.

Saturday

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

10 a.m.: “California Bluegrass Association Festival.” All-day remote broadcast from on-stage performers and KVMR Booth jam sessions.

8 p.m.: “Father’s Day Bluegrass.” Mountain Heart, Pine Mountain Railroad and J.D. Crowe and the New South headline this live evening broadcast.

Sunday

Noon: “Blues Spectrum.” Acoustic blues and traditional artists, with Keith Andre.

5 p.m.: “South of the Border.” Salsa and Latin jazz.

9 p.m.: “New Dimensions.” Global Exchange co-founders Medea Benjamin and Kevin Danaher discuss activists for freedom, equity and justice.

Monday

6 a.m.: “Good Morning America.” Guest is pop rock artist Peter Frampton.

1 p.m.: “Zen Tech.” Computer issues.

Tuesday

Noon: “Parents Connect.” Parenting and childcare issues.

4 p.m.: “Music Magazine.” Host Dawn Fischer welcomes Albion-based folk singer Chris Skyhawk.

7 p.m.: “On The Road Live.” Live concert from the Palms Playhouse in Winters featuring Grammy award-winning polka band Brave Combo.

Wednesday

9 a.m.: “The Morning Show.” Guest is humorist Calvin Trillin, author of “Obliviously On He Sailed: The Bush Administration in Rhyme.”

10 a.m.: “Folk Say.” Guest host Gary Harrison previews the Kate Wolf Memorial music festival.


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