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KVMR 89.5 FM

Today

Noon: “Public Planet.” Brian Concannon Jr. of Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti talks with Jodi Selene about developments in the country.



2 p.m.: “Good Stuff.” Special 4-hour edition, Kim Rogers.

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




7 p.m.: “KVMR Fall Schedule Forum.” Listeners call in on proposed schedule changes.

8 p.m.: “Jazz Stand.” Contemporary and classic jazz artists, with Bruce Tepper.

Friday

6 a.m.: “BBC World News.” Live from London. (Also at 7 a.m., 8 a.m. and noon.)

Noon: “Who Cares.” Health-care issues, with Joan Buffington.

1 p.m.: “Organic Matters.” With farming consultant and activist Amigo Bob Cantesano.

Saturday

Noon: “Hard Country.” Special musical tribute, interview with ’50s’ rockabilly artist Wanda Jackson, host T.J. Meekins.

2 p.m.: “Rockin’ and Stompin'” Special review of the recent Strawberry Music Festival, with Wes Robertson.

4 p.m.: “Street Legal.” The music of Bob Dylan.

Sunday

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

11 a.m.: “E-Town.” Musical artists, environment-oriented interviews from Boulder, Colo., host Nick Forester.

Noon: “Blues Spectrum.” Host is Thom Meyers.

7 p.m.: “Classical Edge.” Highlights from Ponchielli’s “La Gioconda,” Walt Fraser.

10 p.m.: “Men’s Show.” Sex-love addiction, 12-step programs.

Monday

2 p.m.: “Jimmi Accardi’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Party.” Eccentric oldies.

7:10 p.m.: “Skateboarder’s Paradise.” Youth culture music, recreation, Aaron Eisenberg.

Tuesday

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

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

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

8 p.m.: “The Other Side.” Electronic music of Robert Rich.

Wednesday

9 a.m.: “The Morning Show.” Guests from the San Francisco Mime Troupe discuss their new satirical musical.


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