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On The Air

KVMR-FM 89.5

Today

4 p.m.: “Music Magazine.” Host Chris Towne celebrates the upcoming 35th anniversary of Woodstock.



6 p.m.: “Democracy Now!” National newsmagazine, with Amy Goodman.

7:10 p.m.: “Old Radio Theater.” Science fiction series, “X-Minus One,” plus “The Philco Radio Hour” with guests Bing Crosby and Louis Armstrong.




8 p.m.: “Lullaby of Birdland.” Classic jazz with Len Gorsky.

Friday

Noon: “Chautauqua Town Hall Meeting.” Discussion of nuclear weapons policies at Lawrence Livermore Labs, taped live at Seaman Lodge in Pioneer Park.

Saturday

1 p.m.: “Ragged But Right.” Special two-hour tribute to the late singer/songwriter Jim Ringer, with Thomas Greener, Wesley Robertson and T. J. Meekins.

8 p.m.: “Jazz Modes.” Derek Washington.

Sunday

11 a.m.: “E-Town.” Live musical guests are Ollabelle and Johnny A.

3 p.m.: “Out of Africa.” World music with Tammis.

Monday

7:30 a.m.: “Travus T. Hipp.” Longtime KZAP radio journalist and “all the news you never knew you needed to know until now.”

1 p.m.: “Book Town.” Local literary scene, with Eric Tomb.

Tuesday

7 a.m.: “The Morning Show.” Diana Fox presents “Gaia Grooves.”

Noon: “Soundings.” Science and environment, with Alan Stahler.

5 p.m.: “Music Magazine.” Host Dawn Fischer welcomes participants in an upcoming panel on art censorship.

Wednesday

10 a.m.: “Folk Plus.” KVMR begins its live broadcast from the Nevada County Fair, with Bruce Doan.

2 p.m.: “Big Band Beat.” Guest host is KVMR general manager Brian Terhorst.

7 p.m.: “All Together Now.” Children’s music and stories at the fair, with Kristin Stenidorf.

8 p.m.: “Celtic Cadence.” Anne O’Dea Hestbeck welcomes the Blarney Irish Band, live at KVMR’s SilverStage at the County fairgrounds.


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