On the air
KVMR 89.5 FM
7 a.m. “The Morning Show” Paul Emery presents singer-songwriters and traditional electric blues artists.
Noon “Public Planet” U. Utah Phillips and Amigo Bob Cantesano present a “Good News” round-up.
6 p.m. “KVMR Evening News” Regional and global issues, plus essayist Molly Fisk.
8 p.m. “Lullaby of Birdland” A Charlie “The Bird” Parker retrospective, with Len Gorsky.
10 a.m. “The New Brick Road” Traditional and contemporary folk and Celtic music, with Laurie DesJardin.
Noon “Who Cares?” Joan Buffington presents health care news and issues.
1 p.m. “Garden Forum” San Juan Ridge herbalist and farmer Robyn Martin.
7 p.m. “Democracy Now!” Newsmagazine on peace and social justice, Amy Goodman.
10 a.m. “County Line Bluegrass” Eric Rice.
Noon “Hard Country” Rick and Audra Snelson return after 6-month absence with country-western, outlaw music favorites.
6 p.m. “Street Legal” The music of Bob Dylan.
10 p.m. “NightLIVE!” Roots music guitarist Danny Click and his band, broadcast live from Cooper’s, Nevada City.
9 a.m. “Kani Ka Pila” Hawaiian music.
Noon “Blues Spectrum” Susan Klein is guest host.
2 p.m. “The Road: A Thousand Branches” Exclusive KVMR presentation of an original Easter musical concert written and performed by Folsom State
Prison inmates, recorded earlier this month at the prison’s chapel.
5 p.m. “Turn The World Around” Family music and stories, with Kristin Steindorf.
6 p.m. “Classical Edge” The interpretation of the folk idiom into the classical realm.
10 a.m. “Radio Variants/Eclectic Suite” World music with George Olson.
8 p.m. “The Other Side” Film soundtrack music by Vangelis.
7 a.m. “The Morning Show” Guests include U. Utah Phillips, activist Joanna Robinson, composer Jerry Grant and Neil Young’s “Greendale” actor and illustrator Jim “Sandy” Mazzeo.
10 a.m. “Folk Say” With Che Greenwood.
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