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On the air

KVMR 89.5 FM


Noon “Public Planet”  Mikail Graham presents the second in a series of “Good News” programs.

4 p.m. “Music Magazine”  Chris Towne returns as host.

7 p.m. “Democracy Now!” Newsmagazine, Amy Goodman on issues of peace, social justice.

8 p.m. “Jazz Stand”  Bruce Tepper, contemporary and traditional artists.


7 a.m. “The Morning Show” Guest host Elisa Parker.

10 a.m. “The Long Brick Road”  Traditional folk and Celtic artists, Laurie Des Jardins.

1 p.m. “Garden Forum”  Herbalist Robyn Martin.

2 p.m. “Avant Garage”  Music Director Alice MacAllister features new releases.


7 a.m. “Harmony Ridge”  Acoustic-based music, with Brian Terhorst.

Noon “Hard Country”  Classic artists, with T. J. Meekins and John Patterson.

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


Noon “Blues Spectrum”  A preview of upcoming Sacramento blues events, with Steve Cagle.

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

5 p.m. “All Together Now”  Family music and stories, with Kristin Steindorf.


9 a.m. “Left Coast Live”  Guest is Mark Comings, a physicist, mathematician and mystic focusing on new science of time.

10 a.m. “South of the Border”  Latin music, with Roo Cantada.

1 p.m. “Zen Tech”  Computer and internet call-in program.

10 p.m. “The (Not Just Another) Oldies Show”  Philip Wright presents “High Flight.”


6 a.m. “Click Your Heels”  Roots music and singer-songwriters, with Ruby Slippers.

7 a.m. “BBC World News”  Also at 8 a.m. and noon.

8 p.m. “The Other Side”  Cornpone country classics, with Che Greenwood.


9 a..m. “The Morning Show”  Jordan Fisher Smith, author of “Nature Noir,” discusses career as a Sierra park ranger.

Noon “Public Planet”  Guest host is John Fletcher.

1 p.m. “Second Wind”  Mel Walsh, issues of over-50 crowd.

4 p.m. “Music Magazine”  With Connie Coale.

8 p.m. “Celtic Cadence”  Anne O’Dea Hestbeck.

10 p.m. “Salsa and Latin Jazz”  Featuring Leon Reyes.

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