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Noon “Public Planet” Host John Fletcher and guests analyze Sierra development issues.

1 p.m. “Flea Market” Listeners call with items to buy, sell.


7 a.m. “The Morning Show” With Jerianne Van Dijk.

1 p.m. “Garden Forum” Herbalist, author Kathi Keville on love-inducing plants, scents for Valentine’s Day.


Noon “Blues Spectrum” Alice MacAllister and the “Queen Bee Blues Hour.”

4 p.m. “Skateboarders’ Paradise” Youth culture and music with Aaron Eisenberg.


7 a.m. “The Morning Show” Carolyn Crane kicks off KVMR’s winter membership drive featuring new album by Ani Difranco.

9 a.m. “Left Coast Live” The Nation’s Washington bureau chief, John Nichols, is guest.

10 a.m. “South of the Border” Host Doug Austin features membership special albums featuring music from Mexico, Brazil, Columbia, Dominican Republic, African-influenced Cuban music.

Noon “Tibetan Radio Hour” Recent Tibetan monk visit to Nevada County is featured.

1 p.m. “BookTown” Author Jordan Fisher-Smith discusses his forthcoming book on Sierra forest policy; poet Gary Snyder discusses his ecological philosophy.

2 p.m. “Swing Party” Guest host Susan Klein celebrates the swing music scene, both traditional and contemporary.

4 p.m. “Music Magazine” A tribute to Grammy nominee Loretta Lynn, with KVMR musicologists T.J. Meekins and John Patterson.


10 a.m. “Radio Variants” Elisa Parker explores a variety of worldbeat and ambient music.

Noon: “KVMR News Special” Tentative guest is Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman.

4 p.m. “Music Magazine” Longtime broadcaster Hap Hazard joins host Dawn Fischer.


10 a.m. “Folk Say” Che Greenwood presents a Greg Brown performance recorded live at the Kate Wolf Festival.

Noon: “Rabble Rousing” Host Chamba Lane presents a membership drive special lecture.

2 p.m. “Carefree Highway” Gary Harrison, Larry Hilberg, review of cowboy music, poetry.

8 p.m. “Celtic Cadence” Features include a book of Anne Hestbeck’s hometown of Ennis, Ireland.

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