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KVMR 89.5-FM

Today

Noon: “Public Planet.” KVMR correspondents Mike Thornton and Carolyn Crane, live from Republican Convention.



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

2 p.m.: “Good Stuff.” Guest host is Music Magazine’s Chris Towne.




6 p.m.: “Democracy Now!” Analysis of Republican Convention and protests in New York City, with Amy Goodman.

7:10 p.m.: “Old Radio Theater.” Presidential convention, campaign speeches from radio’s golden era, including the program “The People’s Choice.”

10 p.m.: “Patchouli Haze.” Celebration of underground radio and subterranean music of the 1960s, with Don Beggs.

Friday

8:45 a.m.: “The Morning Show.” New age satirist Swami Beyondananda talks with host Jerianne Van Dijk.

Noon: “Disability Rap.” Tony Sauer discusses disability issues in this monthly special.

1 p.m.: “Garden Forum.” Herbalist, author Kathi Keville.

Saturday

10 a.m.: “County Line Bluegrass.” Guest host Laura Miller.

4 p.m.: “Bayou Country.” Zydeco singer/fiddler Lisa Haley.

Sunday

11 a.m.: “E-Town.” Live musical guest is Leon Redbone.

Noon: “Blues Spectrum.” Traditional and neglected blues artists, with Alice MacAllister.

Monday

7 a.m.: “The Morning Show.” Carolyn Crane discusses her experiences at Republican Convention and celebrates Labor Day.

10 a.m.: “The New Brick Road.” Folk music of the labor movement, with Laurie DesJardin.

Noon: “The Tibetan Radio Hour.” Tibetan labor issues, with Joseph Guida.

2 p.m.: “Public Planet.” Jacqueline DeCarlo, executive director of Fair Trade Resource Network, discusses the world’s working conditions with Jodi Selene.

7 p.m.: “Loafer’s Glory.” Labor Day special, Utah Phillips discussing its social history.

8 p.m.: “Women’s Show.” Working women, words, music.

Wednesday

9 a.m.: “The Morning Show.” Canadian Indian humor series, “Dead Dog Cafe,” interview about “Great Yuba River Clean-Up.”


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