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ALTERNATIVE RADIO – A public affairs program that provides alternative analysis and views of the news.
AMERICANA BACK ROADS – Americana Back Roads serves up independent singer/songwriters with acoustic folk/country/rock bent, featuring a balance of emerging/obscure artists with established veterans; a mix of quiet ballads and up tempo rockers.
APPETIZER RADIO – Host D. Grant Smith serves up the listener’s connection to new and emerging artists along with established legends each week.
BETWEEN THE LINES – A weekly, half-hour syndicated news magazine featuring progressive perspectives on national and international political, economic, and social issues.
BIG PICTURE SCIENCE – A program that connects ideas about the origins, the behavior, and the future of life and technology on Earth in surprising and playful ways.
BIONEERS – A look at current environmental issues.
BLUEGRASS REVIEW – Phil Nusbaum hosts “Bluegrass Music’s Authoritative Radio Home” out of Minneapolis. Each show contains Gems of Bluegrass, interviews, and thematic presentation.
BOOKWAVES – Produced in Berkeley, California, this half-hour program is about books and their authors.
BUILDING BRIDGES – Radio from the grassroots, a weekly news magazine from community stations across the country.
DEMOCRACY NOW! – National and international news with Amy Goodman.
EASY ON A WEDNESDAY MORNING – Ease into the new day with music to lighten the spirit, every Wednesday morning with host Bernie Moser.
ECONOMIC UPDATE – A weekly show about personal and global economy.
EXPLORATION – Professor of Applied Physics Michio Kaku interviews scientists across all the disciplines, with comprehensive up-to-date news from the rapidly changing world of science.
FOOTLIGHT PARADE – Host Bill Rudman’s weekly program showcasing the best of Broadway and Hollywood.
GRATEFUL DEAD HOUR – Sit back, relax, and enjoy an hour of Dead music from David Gans’ extensive catalog. David is one of the nation’s leading authorities on the Dead and has authored several publications on the band.
JERRY UN-DEAD – The Grateful Dead was not the only band that Jerry Garcia played in. Chill out with Jerry as he strays from the Dead to play bluegrass, reggae, and blues with other musicians.
JIMMY DORE SHOW – Originating from Los Angeles, an irreverent and humorous take on today’s headlines and hypocrites. Adult content.
JUKE IN THE BACK – Between 1946 and 1954, rhythm and blues laid the tracks for what was to become “rock and roll.” Matt the Cat will share the records that you couldn’t hear on the jukebox in the front of the establishment.
KRFY MORNING SHOW – Locally produced news, events calendar, interviews, weather, and current events to inspire and inform.
KRFY LOCAL MUSIC SHOWS: HUMP DAY CAFÉ, INLAND ISLAND, FOLK, CHORALE, OTTO’S ECLECTIC MIX, MORNING JAZZ HOUR, BLUES, OVERNIGHT JAZZ, HOUSE MIX, MODERN MIX, SUNDAY MIX, BEATLES, REGGAE, BLUEGRASS, GOSPEL, WORLD MIX, 50s FUN, 60s SOUNDS, 70s CLASSIC, 80s ECHOES, WEEKEND WIND DOWN, and MUSIC FOR CHILDREN.
LAKE AIR – From the picturesque Finder Lakes region of New York state come Lake Air, a mix of contemporary jazz, new age, and acoustic music just right for relaxing with host Jake Longwell.
LE SHOW – Host Harry Shearer brings wildly clever, iconoclastic stew of talk, music, political commentary, readings of inadvertently funny public documents or trade magazines and scripted skits.
LETTERS AND POLITICS – Host Mitch Jeserich from Pacifica Radio Network looks at burning political issues and debates, and their historical context within the United States and worldwide.
LIVE FROM THE DIVIDE – Originating from Bozeman, Montana, a “live” celebration of the American songwriter, focusing on local and regional songwriters.
MAKING CONTACT – Magazine/documentary-style public affairs program produced by National Radio Project.
POETS WEST – A Seattle-based nonprofit literary organization, PoetsWest links the poet with readers and listeners in the broader democratic community. Provides a venue for poets and their poetry.
RISKY BISCUIT HAYSEED HOOT – Host Dondo brings a tasty musical stew of insurgent Americana, folk, bluegrass, singer-songwriters, twang, spoken word and humor.
ROCKABILLY N BLUES RADIO HOUR – Celebrates rockabilly, blues, roots, surf, and early rock ‘n’ roll.
SONGS-VOICES-POEMS – Songwriter Jackie Henrion shares her perspectives while playing songs, poetry, writing tips and community writings submitted to the Facebook group, “Songs-Voices-Poems”
SPROUTS – A weekly half-hour hour program that features radio productions from community radio stations and local media groups across the country.
SOUNDS FROM THE GLOBAL VILLAGE – Host Jake Longwell brings traditional, folkloric, and contemporary music, includes scratchy field recordings from the early twentieth century to the latest fusion of music and culture from around the world.
TALK NATION RADIO – Progressive news and analysis.
TREATMENT – In Hollywood, a “treatment” is a concise overview of a screenplay. Film critic Elvis Mitchell turns the tables and gives the “treatment” to some of the most influential and innovative forces creating movies, art, and entertainment.
WINGS – News program from Women’s International News Gathering Service.
ZUCCHINI BROTHERS – A weekly kid’s music that is 100 percent healthy and fun, with a focus on self-esteem, health, and environment.
RECURRING SHORTS, 2 MINUTES EACH AT TOP OF THE HOUR:
BirdNote 9:00 am, Daily
Workers Independent News 10:00 am, Mon–Fri
Sound Beat 11:00 am, Mon–Fri
BirdNote 12:00 pm, Mon–Fri
Bookbits 1:00 pm, Mon
Jim Hightower1:00 pm, Tues
Point Puzzle 1:00 pm, Wed
Record Bin Roulette 1:00 pm, Thurs
Science and the Sea, 1:00 pm, Fri
Insight Daily Radio, 2:00 pm, Mon–Fri
BirdNote, 3:00 pm, Mon–Fri