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Thursday

Noon “Public Planet” Lower cost, healthier housing alternatives, with Jodi Selene

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



6 p.m. “KVMR Evening News” Sacramento News & Review writer Cosmo Garvin and essayist Molly Fisk are featured.

8 p.m. “Lullaby of Birdland” Classic jazz, with Len Gorsky.




Friday

6 a.m. “BBC World News” Also 7 a.m., 8 a.m., noon.

10 a.m. “Nevada City Limits” Contemporary and traditional folk music.

Noon “Disability Rap” Disability rights movement news, activists, with Tony Sauier.

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

2 p.m. “Avant Garage” Guest host is Martha Kuhns.

Saturday

7 a.m. “Harmony Ridge” Preview of Saturday night’s John McCutcheon concert.

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

Noon “Ragged But Right” The life and varied musical career of country-western artist Marty Robbins.

6 p.m. “Bayou Country” Cajun, zydeco, with Dale Johnson.

8 p.m. “Dead Air” New day for Grateful Dead music series.

Sunday

9 a.m. “Kani Ka Pila” Hawaiian music.

4 p.m. “Static Radio” Teen music and issues, with Top Ramen.

6 p.m. “Classical Edge” The music of Yo Yo Ma, with host Walt Fraser.

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

Monday

10 a.m. “South of the Border” Music and culture of Brazil, with Marc Cuniberti.

1 p.m. “Book Town” Local literary scene, with Eric Tomb

2 p.m. “Jimmi Accardi’s Rock’n’Roll Party” Original versions of songs The Rolling Stones recorded.

8 p.m. “Women’s Show” Supporting the transition to parenthood, with Arly Helm

Wednesday

1 p.m. “Over 60, Sunny Side Up” 91-year-old Bill Tuttle ” perhaps the oldest regular radio show host in the country ” celebrates his radio retirement with recordings of old shows, favorite jokes and memories of 24 years on air at KVMR.


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