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KFMR 89.5 FM

Thursday

10 a.m.: “Dreamwalk.” American Indian music, culture.



Noon: “Public Planet.” Martin Webb hosts listener call-in with vision of America’s next 20 years.

1 p.m.: “Flea Market.” Listeners offer items to buy, sell.




4 p.m.: “Music Magazine.” A musical celebration of Woodstock’s 35th anniversary, with Chris Towne.

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

8 p.m.: “Jazz Stand.” With Bruce Tepper.

Friday

7 a.m.: “The Morning Show.” Guest host is Paul Castro; guest accent is British.

1 p.m.: “What’s Cooking.” With Patti Bess.

Saturday

10 a.m.: “County Line Bluegrass.” With Eric Rice.

4 p.m.: “Bayou Country.” Cajun and zydeco music.

Sunday

9 a.m.: “Kani Ka Pila.” Hawaiian music with Michael Keene.

11 a.m.: “E-Town.” Live musical guests are singer-songwriters Bruce Cockburn and Sarah Harmer.

7 p.m.: “Classical Edge.” The music of multi-instrumentalist Stephan Micus.

9 p.m.: “New Dimensions.” Essential questions, with guest Christopher Phillips.

10 p.m.: “End of the Trail Saloon.” Improvisational comedy and musical ensemble, with Cool Hand Uke.

Monday

10 a.m.: “The New Brick Road.” Traditional and contemporary folk, with Laurie Des Jardin.

1 p.m.: “Book Town.” Local literary scene.

10 p.m.: “Red Heaven.” Jam band and modern music, with Samantha Gorsky.

Tuesday

Noon: “Parents Connect.” Parenting issues.

4 p.m.: “Music Magazine.” MoveOn organizer Diane Miessler discusses the upcoming “Miss Underrepresented Pageant Talent Competition.”

7:10 p.m.: “Circle Around.” Story-reading with Jill

8 p.m.: “The Other Side.” Birthday music.


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