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Early Bird Folkie

6-7 am

Genre: Folk music

Folk songs from pre-WWII to the folk scare of the 60s and onward.

Democracy Now

7-8 am

Genre: News and public affairs

Democracy Now! is an hour-long American TV, radio and internet news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman, who also acts as the show’s executive producer, Juan González, and Nermeen Shaikh. 

Dig Some Dirt

during 8 am and 3 pm newsbreaks

Genre: Community

Debuting March 28, Dig Some Dirt is a short gardening feature that rotates between Westside Gardeners Club members with topics that range from Trees, to Herbs, Garden to Table eating including recipes (link), and Regenerative Gardening. Tune in weekly to hear from one of our talented and knowledgeable members on their subject of expertise.

 
Newswraps and community affairs shorts
8:00 am

Genre: News and public affairs

Eddie Ahlgren has been a journalist and News Broadcast reporter since 2006, and produces KOCF’s Newswraps.  You’ll also hear the KOCF Community Calendar and other features with helpful news and information.

New Acoustic Blend

8:15-10 am

Genre: Free-range folk and acoustic

A blend of new folk and acoustic music from KOCF’s music library for your morning listening pleasure.

Music Gumbo

10 am to 2 pm

Genre: All the colors of the rainbow

Andy Goldfinger has a long musical history on and off the air. AG has been fortunate to interview the likes of Graham Nash, Ian Anderson, Vince Herman, Joe Bonamassa, Paul Barrere (Little Feat) and David Lindley just to name a few. Each Music Gumbo is a veritable potpourri of musical comestibles. 

Newswraps, Community Calendar, community affairs shorts

Noon

Genre: News and community affairs

Fern Ridge area news and features including the Community Calendar, Newswraps, and the Fern Ridge Library Minute.

Music gumbo

12:15ish – 2pm

Genre: All the colors of the rainbow

Andy Goldfinger has a long musical history on and off the air. AG has been fortunate to interview the likes of Graham Nash, Ian Anderson, Vince Herman, Joe Bonamassa, Paul Barrere (Little Feat) and David Lindley just to name a few. Each Music Gumbo is a veritable potpourri of musical comestibles. 

new americana blend

2-4 pm

Genre: Americana

A curated blend of fine recent North American roots music, commonly called Americana.

News. Community affairs shorts
3 pm

Genre: News and public affairs

Fern Ridge area news and features including the Community Calendar, Newswraps, Fern Ridge Library Minute and Dig Some Dirt, a short garden feature from Westside Gardeners Club.

What A Long Strange Trip with Wally Bowen

4-5 pm

Genre: Rock, folk, Americana and more

Wally Bowen has had a lifelong passion for music and the ownership and operation of a small music store in Yerington, Nevada, which expanded his musical interests beyond his early influences of 60’s folk, rock and country rock. In 2008, Wally was asked to host a music show for the local radio station, KSVL. He named it “What a Long Strange Trip It’s Been”. It has been hosted on KOCF since days of yore.

Play it Again with JD
5 pm

music from a life well-lived

JD met this crazy man (Wally Bowen) who was helping start a community radio station ( KOCF-FM) . Jim asked if he could do a show on the music of his life and Wally said sure, send me a sample. Jim did and that’s how “Play It Again” came about.

Woodwarbler’s JazzGrass

6-8 pm

Genre: Bluegrass and jazz

Often thematic and always illuminating, JazzGrass offers listeners fabulous sounds of bluegrass, jazz and artists that blend these along with other styles together.  With host, Brian Aust, from Mad River Community Radio in Vermont.

Indigenous IN MUSIC with LARRY K

8-10 pm

Genre: Indigenous peoples music

Larry K of the Ho Chunk peoples is host and producer of the Indigenous in Music Radio show. 

First Voices Radio

10-11 pm

Genre: Indigenous peoples voices

A Voice for Indigenous Issues, Concerns, Cultures and Customs

Overnight Jazz Blend

11 pm – 6 am

Genre: Jazz

Jazz from the early beginnings to contemporary releases.

Early Bird Songwriters Blend

6-7 am

Genre: Folk and acoustic

Begin your day with thoughtful songs from past and contemporary songwriters.

Democracy Now

7-8 am

Genre: News and public affairs

Democracy Now! is an hour-long American TV, radio and internet news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman, who also acts as the show’s executive producer, Juan González, and Nermeen Shaikh. 

Dig Some Dirt

During 8 am and 3 pm newsbreaks

Genre: Community

Debuting March 28, Dig Some Dirt is a short gardening feature that rotates between Westside Gardeners Club members with topics that range from Trees, to Herbs, Garden to Table eating including recipes (link), and Regenerative Gardening. Tune in weekly to hear from one of our talented and knowledgeable members on their subject of expertise.

 
 
Newswraps and community affairs shorts

8 am

Genre: News and community affairs

Eddie Ahlgren has been a journalist and News Broadcast reporter since 2006, and produces KOCF’s Newswraps. You’ll also hear the KOCF Community Calendar and other features with helpful news and information.

Morning Bluegrass Blend

8:15-10 am

Genre: Bluegrass, newgrass and jamgrass

Get the blood running and toes tapping while you work or play in the morning hours with a blend of fine contemporary and traditional bluegrass music.

Music Gumbo

10 am to 2 pm

Genre: All the colors of the rainbow

 

Andy Goldfinger has a long musical history on and off the air. AG has been fortunate to interview the likes of Graham Nash, Ian Anderson, Vince Herman, Joe Bonamassa, Paul Barrere (Little Feat) and David Lindley just to name a few. Each Music Gumbo is a veritable potpourri of musical comestibles. 

 

Newswraps, Community Calendar, community affairs shorts

noon

Genre: News and community affairs

Fern Ridge area news and features including Newswraps and the KOCF Community Calendar, as well as Climate Connections and other items of community interest.

Music gumbo
12:15 – 2 pm

Genre: All the colors of the rainbow

Andy Goldfinger has a long musical history on and off the air. AG has been fortunate to interview the likes of Graham Nash, Ian Anderson, Vince Herman, Joe Bonamassa, Paul Barrere (Little Feat) and David Lindley just to name a few. Each Music Gumbo is a veritable potpourri of musical comestibles. 

Roots Music Blend

2-4 pm

Genre: leans country

Country rock, alt-country, and more.

News. Community affairs shorts
3 pm

Genre: News and community affairs

Community news and other features of interest to the Fern Ridge community.

Country Comfort hosted by Ryan West

4-6 pm

Genre: Classic/Contemporary & Texas Music

Ryan West started in radio in high school at KRVM and has been programming country music since 1993.  Producing Country Comfort has allowed Ryan to meet and interview some of the best country music stars such as Kenny Rogers, (as seen in the photo above) Rascal Flatts, Terri Clark and so many more.

Local Roots Music NW

Local Roots Music NW

6-8 pm

Genre: Music from around the Pacific NW

Local Roots Music NW showcases artists in the Pacific Northwest, working closely with the music and media community to offer the best resources and opportunities for independent artists of this region.  The program is hosted by musicians, Robert Richter and Ronnie Carrier.

Island Earth Radio hosted by Mike Meyer

8 pm

Genre: Songs, sounds and poems of nature

Songs of nature along with sounds and poems are woven in a pioneering one-hour radio show. With 40 continuous years of radio experience, Mike is also a concert producer and social worker who presents songs celebrating our planet and its inhabitants. Folk music, Native American music, world music, and other songs, sounds, and poems to inspire connection and much-needed respect and love for our environment

Coast Range Radio

9:00 pm on 1st & 3rd Tuesdays

Genre: Information to inspire change

Coast Range Radio is a radio show and podcast that holds conversations with inspiring individuals dedicated to creating a better world, produced by the Coast Range Association.

We interview folks who work to build just communities that provide for people and the natural world. We are particularly interested in the connections between Oregon’s forests, social justice, and the climate crisis.

Got Science?

9:00 pm on 2nd & 4th Tuesdays

Genre: Information to inspire change

This Way Out (LGBTQ)

9:30 pm

Genre: An oasis for queer culture

And You Don’t Stop

10 pm

Genre: Hip-hop and rap

The 120 minute Epicenter of Hip-Hop and Rap Music

Overnight Rock Blend

midnight

Genre: Roots music

Rock and roll of all varieties, from the 50s forward to keep you grooving through the netherlands.

Early Bird Jazz Blend

6-7 am

Genre: Smooth jazz and jazz ballads

Jazz over easy for you early bird listeners

Democracy Now

7-8 am

Genre: News and public affairs

Democracy Now! is an hour-long American TV, radio and internet news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman, who also acts as the show’s executive producer, Juan González, and Nermeen Shaikh. 

Dig Some Dirt

During 8 am and 3 pm newsbreaks

Genre: Community

Debuting March 28 during 8 am and 3 pm newsbreaks, Dig Some Dirt is a short gardening feature that rotates between Westside Gardeners Club members with topics that range from Trees, to Herbs, Garden to Table eating including recipes (link), and Regenerative Gardening. Tune in weekly to hear from one of our talented and knowledgeable members on their subject of expertise.

 
Newswraps and community affairs shorts

8 am

Genre: News and community affairs

Eddie Ahlgren has been a journalist and News Broadcast reporter since 2006, and produces KOCF’s Newswraps. You’ll also hear the KOCF Community Calendar and other features with helpful news and information.

Morning Local Folk Blend

8:15-10 am

Genre: Local folk and acoustic

Local and regional folk and acoustic musicians.

Music Gumbo

10 am – 2 pm

Genre: All the colors of the rainbow

Andy Goldfinger has a long musical history on and off the air. AG has been fortunate to interview the likes of Graham Nash, Ian Anderson, Vince Herman, Joe Bonamassa, Paul Barrere (Little Feat) and David Lindley just to name a few. Each Music Gumbo is a veritable potpourri of musical comestibles. 

Newswraps, Community Calendar, community affairs shorts

noon

Genre: News and community affairs

Fern Ridge area news and features including Newswraps and the KOCF Community Calendar, as well as  other items of community interest. 

Music gumbo
12:15 – 2 pm

Genre: All the colors of the rainbow

Andy Goldfinger has a long musical history on and off the air. AG has been fortunate to interview the likes of Graham Nash, Ian Anderson, Vince Herman, Joe Bonamassa, Paul Barrere (Little Feat) and David Lindley just to name a few. Each Music Gumbo is a veritable potpourri of musical comestibles. 

Afternoon World Blend

2-4 pm

Genre: Music from around the planet

A finely curated blend of music from peoples of the Earth

News. Community affairs shorts
3 pm

Genre: News and community affairs

Community news and other features of interest to the Fern Ridge community.

Portraits in Green and Blue

4-5 pm

Genre: Jazz past and present

 

Hosted by Dick Michaud at Pacifica affiliate of WNHN. 

Modern Jazz Today

5-6 pm

Genre: Jazz now

Modern Jazz Today is a radio show that focuses on todays jazz improvisers and creators, cutting their teeth and cutting the edge of sound. We are proud to present Modern Jazz Today as an avenue for discovering a new generation of jazz musicians, composers, improvisers and arrangers. 

Out of the Woods

6-8 pm

Genre: Roots music

Welcome to Out of the Woods, a 2-hour program of Roots and Americana music produced in Concord, New Hampshire.  Hosted by Jon “Chip” Colcord.

Golden Days Of Radio
8 pm

Genre: Old-time radio programs

 The Golden Days of Radio, a look back at the early days of radio 

the Sonic Cafe

10 pm

Genre: eclectic

Sonic Cafe’ with Scott Clark: Eclectic mix of music & comedy covering over 8 decades of recorded music & 100 genres from Central Oregon coast community radio station, KYAQ.

Overnight Trash to Treasures Blend

11 pm – 6 am

Genre: don’t need no genres to have fun

If you think you’ve heard it all, you might be surprised. In the meantime, you WILL hear it all on the Trash to Treasures blend.

Early Bird Local and Regional Acoustic

6-7 am

Genre: Free range folk and acoustic from Oregon artists

Thoughtful songs to enjoy as you begin your day.

Democracy Now

7-8 am

Genre: News and community affairs

Democracy Now! is an hour-long American TV, radio and internet news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman, who also acts as the show’s executive producer, Juan González, and Nermeen Shaikh.

Dig Some Dirt

during 8 am and 3 pm newsbreaks

Genre: Community

Debuting March 28, Dig Some Dirt is a short gardening feature that rotates between Westside Gardeners Club members with topics that range from Trees, to Herbs, Garden to Table eating including recipes (link), and Regenerative Gardening. Tune in weekly to hear from one of our talented and knowledgeable members on their subject of expertise.

 

 

Newswraps and community affairs shorts
8:00 am

Genre: News and community affairs

Eddie Ahlgren has been a journalist and News Broadcast reporter since 2006, and produces KOCF’s Newswraps. You’ll also hear the KOCF Community Calendar and other features with helpful news and information.

Morning Smooth Jazz Blend

8:15-10 am

Genre: jazz over easy

Ease into Thursday

Music Gumbo

10 am – 2 pm

Genre: All the colors of the rainbow

 

Andy Goldfinger has a long musical history on and off the air. AG has been fortunate to interview the likes of Graham Nash, Ian Anderson, Vince Herman, Joe Bonamassa, Paul Barrere (Little Feat) and David Lindley just to name a few. Each Music Gumbo is a veritable potpourri of musical comestibles.

Newswraps, Community Calendar, community affairs shorts

noon

Genre: News and community affairs

Fern Ridge area news and features including Newswraps and the KOCF Community Calendar, as well as Climate Connections and other items of community interest.

Music gumbo
12:15 – 2 pm

Genre: All the colors of the rainbow

Andy Goldfinger has a long musical history on and off the air. AG has been fortunate to interview the likes of Graham Nash, Ian Anderson, Vince Herman, Joe Bonamassa, Paul Barrere (Little Feat) and David Lindley just to name a few. Each Music Gumbo is a veritable potpourri of musical comestibles. 

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Fair Family Radio

2 pm

Genre: Storytelling, oral history, celebration of Oregon Country Fair

Fair Family Radio provide original media content that amplifies the festival culture and builds community vision through education, oral history, open inquiry and shared values. Fair Family Radio is an independent organization created to support the arts and open dialogue in support of culture-building, including under-represented voices, across the spectrum of our community.  Our website at fairfamilyradio.com facilitates the support, content, and distribution of dialogue, music, and various forms of entertainment.

afternoon rock blend

Immediately following Fair Family Radio in the 2pm hour.

Genre: Jam and other electrifying sounds

Groove away the afternoon with some rockin’ songs,  much from the 60s and 70s glory daze.

News. Community affairs shorts
3 pm

Genre: News and community affairs

Community news and other features of interest to the Fern Ridge community.

The Grateful Dead Hour

4 pm

Genre: Grateful and kind

The Grateful Dead Hour is a weekly audio postcard from the wise musical world of America’s best-loved band! Producer and hosted for more than 30 years by David Gans, author of four books on the subject!  Visit the GDR website for playlists and other goodies.

The Detour (1st Thursday of month)

6-7 pm

Genre: Community affairs

Welcome to The Detour, a show about people and ideas from Oregon Humanities. At Oregon Humanities we believe in the power of people listening, learning, and struggling together, and we hope you do too. Join us as we explore hard topics of our time with writers, educators, artists, and activists.

White Bird Mutual Aid Hour (2nd and 4th)

6-7 pm

Genre: Community affairs

Hana Francis interviews staff, volunteers and community members about the work of White Bird and issues in the communities served.

Third Thursday special

6-7 pm

Genre: Community affairs

More frequent and extreme weather events — from heat and drought to ice storms — are having an impact on our farms and foodsheds.  April’s Third Thursday special is a presentation from Long Tom Watershed Council with John Deck of Deck Family Farm west of Junction City about challenges, adaptive strategies, and opportunities for local farmers.

civic cipher

7-8 pm

Genre: Changing the world

Civic Cipher is a weekly radio show/webcast/podcast hosted by Ramses Ja and Q. Ward. This show is dedicated to empowering Black and Brown voices, allowing them to engage directly with their communities as well as the general population.

Veterans For Peace

8-9 pm

Genre: Public affairs

Veterans For Peace is an international organization of military veterans and allies whose collective efforts are to build a culture pf peace, human dignity and justice while exposing the true cost of war and militarism. 

alternative radio

9-10 pm

Genre: Sustaining democracy

Alternative Radio, established in 1986, is an award-winning weekly one-hour public affairs program that provides information, analyses, and views that are frequently ignored or distorted in corporate media. 

Live from the oregon Country Fair

10-11 pm

Genre: Consciousness expanding

Live performances from the Hoarse Chorale Stage recorded over the years at the Oregon Country Fair

Overnight Rock Blend

11:00 pm – 6 am

Genre: Rock for you night owls

Rockin’ it harder with metal, grunge, classic hard rock and more.

Early Bird Songwriters Blend

6:00 am

Genre: Folk and acoustic

Thoughtful songs to enjoy as you begin your day.

Democracy Now

7:00 am

Genre: News and public affairs

Democracy Now! is an hour-long American TV, radio and internet news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman, who also acts as the show’s executive producer, Juan González, and Nermeen Shaikh.

Dig Some Dirt

during 8 am and 3 pm newsbreaks

Genre: Community

Debuting March 28, Dig Some Dirt is a short gardening feature that rotates between Westside Gardeners Club members with topics that range from Trees, to Herbs, Garden to Table eating including recipes (link), and Regenerative Gardening. Tune in weekly to hear from one of our talented and knowledgeable members on their subject of expertise.

 
Newswraps and community affairs shorts
8:00 am

Genre: News and community affairs.

Eddie Ahlgren has been a journalist and News Broadcast reporter since 2006, and produces KOCF’s Newswraps. You’ll also hear the KOCF Community Calendar and other features with helpful news and information.

Morning women’s music blend

8:15 – 10 am

Genre: acoustic music by women

Mostly acoustic music by women artists, including new releases.

Music Gumbo
10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Genre: All the colors of the rainbow

Andy Goldfinger has a long musical history on and off the air. AG has been fortunate to interview the likes of Graham Nash, Ian Anderson, Vince Herman, Joe Bonamassa, Paul Barrere (Little Feat) and David Lindley just to name a few. Each Music Gumbo is a veritable potpourri of musical comestibles. 

Newswraps, Community Calendar, community affairs shorts
12:00 pm

Genre: Community affairs

Fern Ridge area news and features, as well as Climate Connections and other items of community interest.

Music gumbo
12:15 – 2 pm

Genre: all the colors of the rainbow

Andy Goldfinger has a long musical history on and off the air. AG has been fortunate to interview the likes of Graham Nash, Ian Anderson, Vince Herman, Joe Bonamassa, Paul Barrere (Little Feat) and David Lindley just to name a few. Each Music Gumbo is a veritable potpourri of musical comestibles. 

Friday Afternoon Dance party

2:00 – 4:00 pm

Genre: groovin

Jam bands, reggae, groovin’ rock, & soul to shake, rattle and roll your Friday afternoon.

News. Community affairs shorts
3 pm

Genre: Community affairs

Newswraps and Fern Ridge community affairs features.

Jumpin’ In and Out… hosted by Marshall Peter
4 pm

Genre: Eclectica magnifica

Marshall Peter has loved playing music for friends ever since high school and was always expected to provide the soundtrack for events ranging from the typical to the truly dissociative. His musical tastes and collection are all over the place with a strong representation of blues, garage bands, psychedelia, oddities, soul, and jazz. His show, “Jumpin’ In and Out of the Blues”, dials in precision strikes from this eclectic mishmash to deliver consistent aural pleasure.

Soundsystem hosted by Sean Cummins

6-8pm

Genre: dub and roots reggae

An homage to the early soundsystem culture in Jamaica, this program brings you all of the best in classic dub and roots reggae music.

The Outer Rim hosted by J.A.C. 

8 pm

Genre: Indie all the way

The Outer Rim is a free-form radio program. The show features a wide variety of music selected by J.A.C. carefully curated for each airing. Using Indie rock and related genres as a springboard into a diverse mix of music from a variety of international genres and artists. For example, audiences might hear Alt-J or Ingrid Michaelson immediately followed by Algiers or Vagabon. The program puts a heavy emphasis on the indie scene across music genres with the mission of broadening listening horizons.

Overnight Trance-N-Dance Blend

10:00 pm – 6 am

Genre: drop out, tune in, turn on

Journey through the nether hours trancing and dancing.  Be Here Now. 

Old Time Blend

6:00 am

Genre: Traditional 

A blend of fiddle tunes, banjo music, and songs from the Pacific Northwest to the Appalachians and beyond.  

Ozark Highlands Radio

7:00 am

Genre: Music and traditions of the Ozark Mountains 

Ozark Highlands Radio is a weekly radio program that features live music and interviews recorded at Ozark Folk Center in Mountain View, Arkansas. In addition to the music, our Feature Host segments take listeners through the Ozark hills with historians, authors, and personalities who explore the people, stories, and history of the Ozark region.

The Children’s Hour
8:00 am

Genre: Community Affairs, Children

The Children’s Hour Inc. is a New Mexico based non-profit organization that creates broadcast media that is educational, entertaining, and engaging, and also includes kids who participate in its creation.

Hearts and Bones with Jaimari & Mike Meyer
9:00 am

Genre: Contemporary folk-oriented music 

Jaimari and co-host, Mike Meyer, bring the very best folk music that includes contemporary singer-songwriters and musicians, as well as rich offerings from the past.

Celtic Music Hour
11:00 am

Genre: Celtic

Marilyn O’Malley is a seasoned Celtic vocalist who had Irish bands in: Portland, Oregon; Olympia, Washington; and Sonoma County, California. She will be seeking local Celtic bands and is especially interested in what younger musicians are doing within the genre. Marilyn also feels that Irish music often has themes of Social Justice that are relevant today and will be airing such songs as she can.

Radio Archive hosted by Randy Painter
12:00 pm

Genre: Unusual and fascinating

Randy Painter  has been building mix tapes and CDs for decades.  His show, “Radio Archive,” is derived from mostly unedited vintage recordings of music radio, the kind most of us grew up with. It’s “old time radio” for boomers. 

KOCF Music Hour hosted by Wally Bowen
1 pm

Genre: Rock, folk, Americana and more

Each show on the KOCF Music Hour features an artist or event through music and history.  In addition to Wally’s programs other KOCF programmers sometimes contribute as well.

Reverb hosted by Sean Cummins

2-4 pm

Genre: Rockabilly, surf and more

A journey through the roots of rock’n’roll, Reverb explores rockabilly and surf music from the 50s and 60s, with a healthy dose of atomic age culture thrown in for good measure.

Mother Cell Radio hosted by Ruth Wilder
4 pm

Genre: Conscious and inspiring

 I am Ruth Wilder, I host Mother Cell Radio, a time to hold space for Mother Earth through music and ponderings, with occasional interviews

Free Formations hosted by Chris Stillwell
6 pm

Genre: Delicious and soul-satisfying

The kind of “Free Form” radio that made FM popular in the ’60s.  

Juke In The Back
8 pm
Genre: R&B

Matt The Cat presents the soul that came before rock n’ roll: 1950s rhythm and blues. Each week, this underrated and rollicking music plays on that old Rockola Jukebox in the back.If you wanted to hear rhythm & blues during the 1950s, you couldn’t get it from the juke box in the front. 

Afronsonic
9 pm
Genre: Afro-Roots

This show explores dance music from Africa and the Diaspora, as well as songs from around the world – especially South America, the Caribbean, and southern Europe – that have been fed by African rhythms and sensibilities. Host DJK takes you on a taxi ride each week, from night clubs in Dakar to festivals in Bahia, from recording studios in Havana to family compounds on the streets of Lagos.

Dr. Yeti hosted by Dr. Yeti & Shorty
10:00 pm

Genre: Mind-blowing

Surf the InterGalactic Psychedelic Wave with the Dr. Yeti Show’s eclectic mix of Music From the Future! The show is locally grown, organic and grass fed with a creamy nougat center…Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back!

Executive produced by Col. “Jack” Codini V.H.B. 273 an ordained Silverback Minister in the Church of the Subgenius and sponsored by Karmic Time Travelers © and Dean’s House of Gluten Free Tires. 

Rural War Room
12:00 am

Genre: Trans-genre

International, all genre, unreleased to rare releases, from world premiere to out-of-print. Byron Werner & Donovan Suitt begin their 14th year of world wide weird antics. Both have extensive broadcast radio & production backgrounds with international ties and each has a history of changing the speed of records and playing them backwards, so they paired up right away.

Overnight Trash to Treasures
2:00 am

Genre: Genre-wha?

If you think you’ve heard it all, you might be surprised.  In the meantime, you WILL hear it all on the Trash to Treasures blend.

Sacred Music Blend

6-7 am

Genre: uplifting

A mix of music from different spiritual traditions.

Morning Song hosted by Victoria Parks

7-8 am

Genre: music for the heart and spirit

Morning Song will inspire and awaken your heart. Morning Song is a series of themed programs featuring classical and cinematic trailers, epic music, including epic sci-fi/fantasy, orchestral, electronica and gaming soundtracks, Celtic, new age and world music. 

Paradigms hosted by Baruch Zeichner

8-9 am

Genre: consciousness

Paradigms is a radio show that brings you inspired inspiring people exploring visions of a viable future for life on Earth, including humans; and great music from around the world!

Writer’s Voice

9-10 am

Genre: Arts and culture

Writer’s Voice …where the conversation goes deeper. We talk to writers of all genres about matters that move us and make us think. Writer’s Voice is produced and hosted by Francesca Rheannon

Big Picture Science

10-11 am

Genre: Educational

Big Picture Science engages the public with modern science research through smart and humorous storytelling. 

Local Flavors

11-11:30 am on 1st & 3rd Sundays

Genre: Fern Ridge community

 Each month host, Heather Blake, sits down for a conversation with farmers and others involved in agriculture in the Fern Ridge area.

Growing Greener

11-11:30 am 2nd and 4th Sundays

Genre: Educational

Join host, Tom Christopher, and guests every week for a different perspective on how to make your personal landscape healthier, more beautiful, more sustainable, and more fun.Tom 

WINGS

11:30 am – noon

Genre: News and information

WINGS: Women’s International News Gathering Service has covered the global women’s movement and related issues for community radio since 1986. 

Dobryi Den

Noon to 1 pm

Genre: Public affairs

Dobryi Den is a radio program hosted by Megan and Andriy Sherehiy of ARTxFM Louisville. This program showcases the music, poetry and art of Ukraine interwoven with voices from the conflict zone and their messages for American listeners. 

Donne Del Mondo – Global Music by Women

1-2 pm

Genre: World music by women

Donne del Mondo features DJ Madame B spinning global music by women, celebrating musical women of the world.

Trance-Formational Listening

2-3 pm

Genre: World music

Ritual, Composed and Improvised Music from around the world and other places hosted by Dennis Darrah

Boppin With Beth

3-4 pm

Genre: What Beth likes

“I have spent many years working in radio and with artists of all genres. Every artist deserves some form of recognition, that’s what I am here to do with Boppin’ With Beth. If it’s upbeat and happy sounding (and of good voice quality and sound quality) I’m probably going to be playing it.” host, Beth Riley. 

Funk & Soul Revue

4-6 pm

Funk and soul

Join Funky James as he seeks out and plays his favorite vintage funk, soul, & new r&b tunes- in an effort to get everyone “in the groove” and “digging it”.

Ignore this crazy world for 2 hours each Sunday and immerse yourself in some good soul music. It will make you feel good.

Always a new show, for you, fresh from the stack.

All Mixed Up

6-8 pm

Genre: Disparate and proud of it

As the ‘Strange Albanian Genius’ presiding over All Mixed Up, Peter Bochan plays eccentric pop, exotica, ambient, country, novelty records, basically any genre that strikes his fancy

Interstellar Space hosted by Matt Williams

8-10 pm

Genre: music for interstellar exploration

Take a journey through the stereo stars on Interstellar Space. With the latest jazz, the wildest electronic, and the weirdest punk rock, host Matt Williams brings you the greatest experimental hits this side of Venus. As far out as you can get without leaving the planet.

The High End hosted by Adam Jacques

10 to midnite

Gen-X

A weekly show featuring songs from the Alternative,  Grunge,  New Wave, and Punk genres. A trip through the music that defined Generation X and beyond. Your host Adam will play music and chat about this corner of the musicsphere. 

Overnight Trash to Treasures Blend

midnite to the wee hour of 6

Genre: kitchen sinks and more

Taking variety to the nth dimension

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