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KVMR 89.5 FM

Friday

9 a.m.: “The Morning Show.” Jon Blinder discusses upcoming Center for the Arts dedication.



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

8 p.m.: “On The Road Live.” Satiric music of Austin Lounge Lizards, live from Palms Playhouse in Winters.




Saturday

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

Noon: “Ragged But Right.” Texas roots and novelty music, with Thomas Greener.

Sunday

11 a.m.: “E-Town.” Nick Forster with live music, “e-chievement” award from Boulder, Colo.

10 p.m.: “End of The Trail Saloon.” Improvisational comedy and music ensemble.

Monday

7 a.m.: “The Morning Show.” Carolyn Crane kicks off KVMR’s fall membership campaign with activist Antonia Juhacz discussing the 1999 Seattle trade protests.

10 a.m.: “South of the Border.” Featuring Brazilian superstar Bebel Gilberto and other leading female vocalists.

Noon: “The Prairie Populist.” Author and commentator Jim Hightower’s recent BriarPatch benefit talk in Grass Valley.

4 p.m.: “Music Magazine.” Laura Miller surveys “North of the Border” Canadian music in this membership special.

6 p.m.: “Democracy Now!” National newsmagazine, featuring host Amy Goodman’s visit to Nevada City and Sacramento.

Tuesday

6 a.m.: “Lovey Doodle Show.” Finger-style acoustic guitar special.

2 p.m.: “So Many Roads.” Blues membership special featuring Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown and others.

4 p.m.: “Music Magazine.” Host Dawn Fischer salutes British pop star Badly Drawn Boy.

8 p.m.: “The Other Side.” A “Best Of” collection of the eclectic music series is featured.

Wednesday

7 a.m.: “The Morning Show.” Tribute album to the late Warren Zevon.

10 a.m.: “Folk Say.” Special tribute to Utah Phillips’ 100-episode “Loafer’s Glory” series.

4 p.m.: “Music Magazine.” Jenny and Jake Michaels present Beatles membership drive special.


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