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KVMR 89.5 FM

Thursday

10 a.m. “Dreamwalk”  A preview of Friday’s Cher and Village People concert, plus other American Indian music.



Noon  “Public Planet”  Host is John Fletcher.

6 p.m. “KVMR Evening News” Free Speech Radio News national news, plus local and regional reporting, Dot Quaid, Carolyn Crane, Mike Thornton.




8 p.m. “Jazz Stand”  Contemporary jazz with Bruce Tepper.

Friday

7 a.m. “The Morning Show” Jerianne Van Dijk salutes the rock music group The Band.

10 a.m. “The New Brick Road” Traditional and contemporary folk and Celtic music, with Laurie DesJardin.

1 p.m. “Organic Matters” Farming activist Amigo Bob Cantesano.

10 p.m. “Alone in the Dark”  Acid jazz, world beat and eclectic music, with Joel Brungardt.

Saturday

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

2 p.m. “Rockin’ and Stompin” Country, Americana, humorous rock music, Wesley Robertson.

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

Sunday

7 a.m. “House Blend”  Eclectic music, Allison Miller.

2 p.m. “Beyond the Box”  Elisa Parker hosts area musicians live in KVMR’s studios.

4 p.m. “Radio Poets Society”  Call-in poetry.

Monday

7 a.m. “The Morning Show”  Kick-off of KVMR’s daylong Martin Luther King Jr. programming. Guests include Carl Magruder from EarthQuaker Institute and Friendly Fuel BioDiesel Collective.

Noon “Martin Luther King, Jr. Concert” Live from the Miners Foundry of Marysville Bethel AME Church choir celebration of civil rights leader.

2 p.m. “Jazz and Blues Music Magazine”  Host musicologist Derek Washington, also known as the “Blues Doctor.” 

8 p.m. “Women’s Show”  Women of the Civil Rights movement, with Joan Buffington.

10 p.m. “Rap and Hip Hop”  Modern African-American music artists, with Top Ramen.

Tuesday

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

Noon “Parents Connect”  Issues with Helena McDaniel.

8 p.m. “The Other Side”  Enigma with Chris Hawthorne.


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