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KVMR 89.5 FM

Today

Noon: “Public Planet.” Guest is Martha Marks, president of Republicans for Environmental Protection.



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

4 p.m.: “Democracy Now.” Special time for national newsmagazine.




5 p.m.: “California WorldFest.” KVMR live broadcast from the Nevada County Fairgrounds, featuring Samite of Uganda, Laurie Lewis & Tom Rozum and other artists.

Friday

6 a.m.: “BBC World News.” Also at 7 a.m. and 8 a.m.

10 a.m.: “California WorldFest.” Thirteen-hour live broadcast from the California WorldFest, featuring fiddler Alasdair Fraser, guitarist Tommy Emmanuel, Hot Licks singers Maryann Price and Naomi Ruth Eisenberg and others.

Saturday

1 p.m.: “California WorldFest.” Australian artists the bluehouse and multi-instrumentalist Joe Craven are among afternoon live performances.

7:30 p.m.: “WorldFest Evening Stages.” Tommy Emmanuel and Brazilian guitarist Badi Assad in live performances from the Nevada County Fairgrounds.

Sunday

11:30 a.m.: “California WorldFest.” Hawaiian slack-key guitar legend Led Kaapana.

6 p.m.: “WorldFest Evening Stages.” Wild Magnolias, the Webster Sisters, Grammy-winning American Indian artist Mary Youngblood and the Latin group Tiempo Libre close the California WorldFest broadcast.

Monday

7 a.m.: “The Morning Show.” Guest host is Jodi Selene, with commentary by The Progressive magazine editor Matt Rothschild.

1 p.m.: “Zen Tech.” Computer and Internet call-in show.

8 p.m.: “Women’s Show.” Arly Helm looks at the six women who sing on the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy soundtrack.

Tuesday

1 p.m.: “KVMR News Special.” Former Bush Administration Richard C. Clarke discusses the events of 9/11 and the threat of terrorism in a talk recorded

this month in San Francisco.


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