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On the Air

KVMR 89.5 FM


Noon: “Full Logic Reverse.” A professor of “media ecology” discusses the industry’s consolidation.

6 p.m.: “Democracy Now!”

8 p.m.: “Recorded Town Hall Meeting.” Michael Moore at his March 3 visit at Center for the Arts.


9:55 a.m.: “Her Story.” Women’s History Month series features Dorothea Lange, a photographer in California migrant labor camps during the Depression.

Noon: “Who Cares?” Domestic violence, with guest report from KPFA Radio’s Noelle Hanrahan.

1 p.m.: “Organic Matters.” With Amigo Bob Cantisano.

9 p.m.: “Dead Air.” Music from the Grateful Dead.


6 p.m.: “Rhythm and Blues Review.” Doo wop and classic 1950s and ’60s music with Brina Lee.

8 p.m.: “Jazz Nodes.” With Derek Washington.


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

Noon: “Blues Spectrum.” A tribute to KVMR host “Sacramento Mickey,” who died Saturday.

5 p.m.: “South of the Border.” Latin music.

10 p.m.: “End of the Trail Saloon.” Live ensemble music and improvisational comedy.


9:55 a.m.: “Her Story.” The legendary Sweet Betsy of Pike is profiled in this Women’s History Month feature. Also at 8 p.m.

1 p.m.: “WYNC Special.” Independent producer Jon Kalish profiles the Hasidic Jewish community of Brooklyn in this Passover special.

2 p.m.: “So Many Roads.” Traditional and contemporary blues with Richard Tewes.

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Noon: “Unitarian Universalist Community of the Mountains.”

4 p.m.: “Calvary Chapel of Grass Valley.”


4 p.m.: “Children’s Videos.”

5 p.m.: “Saluting New Readers.”

Monday, Thursday

6 p.m. “Main Street Democrats.”

6:30 p.m. “The Green Scene.”

7 p.m.: “The Right Time.”

7:30 p.m.: “Nevada County Government Update.”

8 p.m.: “Healing Insights.”

8:30 p.m.: “For Pet’s Sake.”

Tuesday, Friday

6 p.m.: “Education News.”

7:30 p.m.: “Hometown USA.”

8 p.m.: “Twin Cities Concert.”

10 p.m.: “The Wailers in Concert.”

Wednesday, Saturday

6 p.m.: “Nevada County News Hour.”

7 p.m.: “Soul’s Awakening.”

8 p.m.: “Nevada County Game of the Week.”

10 p.m.: “Nevada City Council Meeting.”

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