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Programs

Start Time Program Name
1:00am Music
7:00am Gospel Highway
9:00am Our Saturday Tradition
12:00pm Hawai`i Radio Connection
2:00pm Balkana
4:00pm ¡Sabor!
7:00pm Mostly Acoustic
9:00pm Chairman Moe
11:00pm Hip Hop Knuckles
Start Time Program Name
1:00am Zulu Radio
3:00am music (re-broadcast)
6:00am Walkin’ the Floor
9:00am Sunday Folks
12:00pm Bluegrass Ramble
3:00pm Sunday’s Hornpipe
6:00pm The Real Folk
8:00pm Backtracks
10:00pm Flotation Device
AltRadio

Alternative Radio

Mondays 5—6 am

Alternative Radio is a weekly 57-minute public affairs series that features diverse perspectives on national and international issues. Alternative Radio challenges conventional views and is dedicated to the founding principles of public broadcasting: “to serve as a forum for controversy and debate” and “provide a voice for groups that may otherwise be unheard.” Programs feature

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Backtracks

Sundays 8—10 pm

Two solid hours of The Grateful Dead and related, influenced and associated music.

Hosted by Andrew Stauffer

Balkana

Balkana

Saturdays 2—4 pm

Music from Eastern Europe and the Balkans with hosts Dominic & Vince Jovanovich

Hosted by Dominic Jovanovich, Vince Jovanovich

BBC World Service

Weekdays 6—7 am

International news, features and analysis from Africa, the Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, South Asia, and the United States and Canada.

BtwnLines

Between the Lines

Tuesdays 5:30—6 am

Timely, In-Depth Progressive Analysis:Between The Lines is a weekly syndicated half-hour news magazine featuring progressive perspectives on national and international political, economic and social issues. Featuring: – A five-minute summary of some of the week’s under-reported news stories gathered from the alternative press and other sources. – Three in-depth interview segments focusing on significant international,

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Bluegrass Ramble

Sundays 12—3 pm

Three hours of soulful singin’ and hot pickin’, featuring the best of this classic American genre.

Hosted by Tom Keeney, Tom Voorhees

Chairman Moe

Saturdays 9—11 pm

Chairman Moe is OUTATIME in the ’80s image credit: Daniel Gonçalves

Hosted by Chairman Moe

City Soul Turntables

City Soul

Fridays 9—11 pm

Presenting a kaleidoscope of soulful electronic sounds, City Soul connects the dots between modern club culture and its past influences from around the globe. Hosted by Seattle club DJs Atlee and J-Justice.

Hosted by Atlee Treasure, J-Justice

Climate Connections

Climate Connections is a daily (M-F), 90-second radio series that aims to help listeners understand how climate change is already impacting our lives and what diverse people and organizations are doing to reduce the associated risks. The series “connects the dots” between climate change and energy, extreme weather, public health, food and water, jobs and

Read More

Hosted by Atlee Treasure, J-Justice

Crosscurrents 2021

Crosscurrents

Wednesdays 11 pm—12 am

Exploring the journey of music across the globe

Hosted by Andrew Stauffer, Matt Fish

Democracy Now Logo, Juan and Amy

Democracy Now!

Weekdays 8—9 am

Democracy Now! produces a daily, global, independent news hour hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan González. Reporting includes breaking daily news headlines and in-depth interviews with people on the front lines of the world’s most pressing issues. On Democracy Now!, you’ll hear a diversity of voices speaking for themselves, providing a unique and

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Undersea

Flotation Device

Sundays 10 pm—12 am

Creative and improvised music out of Seattle. Exploration of various soundscapes and aural attractions. Re-surged after a bit of a hiatus. Hosted by John Seman.

Hosted by Michael Schell

Violin Close-up

Folksounds

Tuesdays 7—9 pm

A blend of acoustic American folk, featuring fiddle tunes, dance music, contemporary songs, as well as a few acoustic surprises from other parts of the world.

Hosted by Eric Hardee, Jean Geiger

DJ Mixing on Turntables

Friday Funk

Fridays 7—9 pm

Funk in all it’s forms Friday Night’s on KBCS

Hosted by Gregory 'G' D'Elia

Giant Steps

Giant Steps

Mondays 11 pm—12 am

Jazz in classic and progressive forms and the music its inspired along the way, from groundbreaking Coltrane to underground turntablism.

Hosted by John Pai

Gospel Highway

Saturdays 7—9 am

An early gospel start to your weekend featuring traditional quartets, vocal soloists, and contemporary artists.

Hosted by Oneda Harris, Winona Hollins-Hauge

Green Acre Radio

Green Acre Radio is a weekly radio program focusing on important issues in the environmental and sustainability movement, including wetland restoration, Puget Sound recovery, local food policy and ocean conditions. The show is produced by Martha Baskin and sponsored by the Human Links Foundation in partnership with Jack Straw Cultural Center.

Hosted by Oneda Harris, Winona Hollins-Hauge

H2O Radio, This Week in Water

H2O Radio is journalism about water. Why? Because we’re all in this together. What do you picture when you hear the word “water”? A cool, refreshing drink? A dip in a mountain lake? The beach? Perhaps you recall your morning shower, or watering your garden. You probably didn’t picture power plants, your laptop, or that burger

Read More

Hosted by Oneda Harris, Winona Hollins-Hauge

Hawai`i Radio Connection

Saturdays 12—2 pm

From the Islands of Aloha to Wakinekona, Hawai`i Radio Connection features two hours of the unique sounds that evoke a tropical island paradise for your ears. From classic chants and traditional hula tunes, to sweet slack-key guitar, ukulele wizardry, hapa-haole harmonies, and popular Hawaiian hits of the past fifty-plus years of the Fiftieth State, join

Read More

Hosted by Auntie `Ala, Braddah Gomes, Maile Lono-Batura, Nahenahe, Puanani, Sista Elaine, Sister Kulina, Uncle Ed

Hip Hop Knuckles

Saturdays 11 pm—12 am

Nje brings you Hip-Hop from all over the world, sharing the culture and smooth vibes of Hip-Hop and leaving you with positive feelings.

Hosted by Nje

Iaan Hughes

Weekdays 12—4 pm

Hosted by Iaan Hughes

Living The Blues

Wednesdays 7—9 pm

Celebrating the Blues in all its forms.

Hosted by Oneda Harris, Winona Hollins-Hauge

Logic Amen Commentary

Logic Amen is an educator, artist, and activist who regularly contributes commentaries to KBCS on Mondays and Fridays at 5:55 a.m. during Hard Knock Radio. He is a graduate of the University of Washington with a degree in English Literature and is active in the hip-hop community with several albums and writings.

Hosted by Oneda Harris, Winona Hollins-Hauge

MakingContact

Making Contact

Tuesdays 5—5:30 am

Making Contact, is an award-winning, 29-minute weekly magazine/documentary-style public affairs program heard on over 160 radio stations in the USA, Canada and elsewhere. Making Contact is committed to in-depth critical analysis that goes beyond the breaking news. – Ordinary people talk about how public policy affects their daily lives, families and communities, and share positive

Read More

DJ Megabooty Presents

7—9 pm

DJ Mega Booty brings you soul & funk music in all it’s forms. You’ll hear Deep funk 45’s, dusty party funk LP’s, Motown, 80’s boogie, sweet 60’s soul, hip hop, neo-soul, breakbeats & more – all guaranteed to get your Friday night started right. The show is mainly vinyl, so expect rare party jams to

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Hosted by DJ Mega Booty

Music of Africa

Thursdays 7—9 pm

A weekly survey of African popular music, including soukous, highlife, juju, benga, and more.

Hosted by Jon Kertzer

music (re-broadcast)

Mondays 12—5 am, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Wednesdays 1—5 am, Saturdays 1—7 am, Sundays 3—6 am

music (re-broadcast)

Mondays 12—5 am, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Wednesdays 1—5 am, Saturdays 1—7 am, Sundays 3—6 am

Music

Mondays 12—5 am, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Wednesdays 1—5 am, Saturdays 1—7 am, Sundays 3—6 am

music (re-broadcast)

Mondays 12—5 am, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Wednesdays 1—5 am, Saturdays 1—7 am, Sundays 3—6 am

OurBodyPolitic

Our Body Politic

Wednesdays 5—6 am

Created and hosted by award-winning journalist Farai Chideya, Our Body Politic is unapologetically centered on reporting on not just how women of color experience the major political events of today, but how they’re impacting those very issues. Weekly episodes feature in-depth conversations about the economy, health, politics, education, the environment, and the most prescient issues—because

Read More

Our Saturday Tradition

Saturdays 9 am—12 pm

An eclectic blend of both traditional and contemporary Americana, including folk, bluegrass, and old-time music.

Hosted by Ginger Hopper

The Reggae Party

Thursdays 9—11 pm

Exploring the borders of reggae and territory in between, including roots, dance hall, dub, rocksteady, and ska.

Hosted by Duncan Goulding, Rankin Mark

Rising Up

Thursdays 5—6 am

Rising Up with Sonali is an all-women run show that brings progressive news coverage rooted in gender and racial justice.

Road Songs

Road Songs

Tuesdays 9—11 pm

Host Rustin Thompson takes you on a journey down the highways of alternative country and folk, classic country, and country rock. Imagine a soundtrack for a journey through the backroads of the imagination, offering challenging climbs and restful descents, quiet contemplations and raucous singalongs, inviting sidetrips and illuminating detours. Your traveling companions include Townes Van

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Hosted by Rustin Thompson

Iaan Hughes Judy Lindsay roots rock and soul

Roots Rock & Soul

Weekdays 4—7 pm

Hosted by Gregory D'Elia

¡​Sabor!

¡Sabor!

Saturdays 4—7 pm

A weekly tour of contemporary and traditional Latin music from all parts of the globe.

Hosted by Jim Cantú

¡​Sabor!

¡​Sabor! – Re-broadcast

Tuesdays 11 pm—1 am

Hosted by Jim Cantú

Sunday Folks

Sundays 9 am—12 pm

A morning mix of traditional and contemporary folk in all it’s undefined states.

Hosted by Auntmama (Mary Anne Moorman), Mike Biggins

Mostly Acoustic

Saturdays, Mondays 7—9 pm

An eclectic mix of roots, rock and soul — mostly acoustic side — hosted by Gordon Todd

Hosted by Gordon Todd

Violin Strings

Sunday’s Hornpipe

Sundays 3—6 pm

A show dedicated to Celtic music. You’ll hear traditional music and modern interpretations from Ireland and Scotland, as well as the Isle of Man, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany, and Galicia. The Celtic diaspora has spread around the world, and you’ll also hear Celtic sounds from countries where Celtic culture has settled. You may also expect to

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Hosted by John Gibaut

speaker graphic

The DUBside

Thursdays 11 pm—12 am

Resurgence of Dub Awakenings, the DUBside of Varitions reverbed into 2 hours of solid DUB!

Hosted by Gregory 'G' D'Elia

The Grit feat. Hard Knock Radio

Weekdays 7—8 am

Hosted by Yuko Kodama

photo of cds in KBCS library

The Real Folk

Sundays 6—8 pm

The Real Folk hosted by Richard Gillman

Hosted by Richard Gillmann

photo of cds in KBCS library

The Vault

Mondays 9—11 pm

Welcome to The Vault. Classic vinyl, blues, jazz…Oneda Harris shares an extensive music deep from her father’s archived collection.

Hosted by Oneda Harris

Thom and Logo

Thom Hartmann Program

Weekdays 9 am—12 pm

“America’s #1 Progressive Radio Show:” Thom Hartmann explores a daily mix of current topics and connects with callers nationwide. Call 1-202-808-9925 to leave a comment or question for Thom. Or join the conversation in his chatroom.

Hosted by Thom Hartmann

Variations

Variations

Fridays 11 pm—1 am

Delves into the continually prolific electronic music community from local to the global. Occasional studio interviews, live guests plus new, classic, and found creations. Genres extend through dubstep, jungle/dnb, house, electro, minimal, IDM, bonkin’, crunkin’, and circuit bending! Even YOUR talent may be featured sometime!

Hosted by Gregory D'Elia

Country Album collage

Walkin’ the Floor

Sundays 6—9 am

Twang when the roosters crow, waking you with twin fiddles, steel guitars, and honky tonk stars.

Hosted by Iaan Hughes

waveform

Wavelengths

Fridays 1—3 am

Wavelengths takes you on a nostalgic sonic journey through long, drawn out soundscapes with familiar melodies from your past, to the grooves you used to dance to in yesteryear. We hit it all. There’s something for everyone in Wavelengths and you’ll know exactly how it feels when you hear it.

Hosted by Chase Herzog, Jordan Tuss

What’s the Flux? Commuter Dispatches

A daily ritual—the commute—shapes our exploration of mobility, access and economic movement from the margins of a city to its center. With broadcast, texts, social media and bus ads, we bring curiosity to hidden, nonstop migration. With support from the Association of Independents in Radio (AIR), producer Mona Yeh examines Seattle metro area commuting to capture first-hand accounts of

Read More

Hosted by Chase Herzog, Jordan Tuss

206Zulu.com

Zulu Radio

Straight from the Seattle chapter of the Universal Zulu Nation, Zulu Radio is an outlet for up-and-coming independent Hip Hop artists, both locally and worldwide. Zulu Radio aims to spread awareness of Hip Hop not only as a cultural movement, but as a vehicle for positive growth within our communities.

Hosted by Mz. Music Girl

Ambient

waveform

Wavelengths

Fridays 1—3 am

Wavelengths takes you on a nostalgic sonic journey through long, drawn out soundscapes with familiar melodies from your past, to the grooves you used to dance to in yesteryear. We hit it all. There’s something for everyone in Wavelengths and you’ll know exactly how it feels when you hear it.

Hosted by Chase Herzog, Jordan Tuss

Dance, Trance and Electronica

City Soul Turntables

City Soul

Fridays 9—11 pm

Presenting a kaleidoscope of soulful electronic sounds, City Soul connects the dots between modern club culture and its past influences from around the globe. Hosted by Seattle club DJs Atlee and J-Justice.

Hosted by Atlee Treasure, J-Justice

Variations

Variations

Fridays 11 pm—1 am

Delves into the continually prolific electronic music community from local to the global. Occasional studio interviews, live guests plus new, classic, and found creations. Genres extend through dubstep, jungle/dnb, house, electro, minimal, IDM, bonkin’, crunkin’, and circuit bending! Even YOUR talent may be featured sometime!

Hosted by Gregory D'Elia

waveform

Wavelengths

Fridays 1—3 am

Wavelengths takes you on a nostalgic sonic journey through long, drawn out soundscapes with familiar melodies from your past, to the grooves you used to dance to in yesteryear. We hit it all. There’s something for everyone in Wavelengths and you’ll know exactly how it feels when you hear it.

Hosted by Chase Herzog, Jordan Tuss

Folk and Americana

Bluegrass Ramble

Sundays 12—3 pm

Three hours of soulful singin’ and hot pickin’, featuring the best of this classic American genre.

Hosted by Tom Keeney, Tom Voorhees

Violin Close-up

Folksounds

Tuesdays 7—9 pm

A blend of acoustic American folk, featuring fiddle tunes, dance music, contemporary songs, as well as a few acoustic surprises from other parts of the world.

Hosted by Eric Hardee, Jean Geiger

Gospel Highway

Saturdays 7—9 am

An early gospel start to your weekend featuring traditional quartets, vocal soloists, and contemporary artists.

Hosted by Oneda Harris, Winona Hollins-Hauge

Our Saturday Tradition

Saturdays 9 am—12 pm

An eclectic blend of both traditional and contemporary Americana, including folk, bluegrass, and old-time music.

Hosted by Ginger Hopper

Road Songs

Road Songs

Tuesdays 9—11 pm

Host Rustin Thompson takes you on a journey down the highways of alternative country and folk, classic country, and country rock. Imagine a soundtrack for a journey through the backroads of the imagination, offering challenging climbs and restful descents, quiet contemplations and raucous singalongs, inviting sidetrips and illuminating detours. Your traveling companions include Townes Van

Read More

Hosted by Rustin Thompson

Sunday Folks

Sundays 9 am—12 pm

A morning mix of traditional and contemporary folk in all it’s undefined states.

Hosted by Auntmama (Mary Anne Moorman), Mike Biggins

photo of cds in KBCS library

The Real Folk

Sundays 6—8 pm

The Real Folk hosted by Richard Gillman

Hosted by Richard Gillmann

Country Album collage

Walkin’ the Floor

Sundays 6—9 am

Twang when the roosters crow, waking you with twin fiddles, steel guitars, and honky tonk stars.

Hosted by Iaan Hughes

Jazz and Classical

Giant Steps

Giant Steps

Mondays 11 pm—12 am

Jazz in classic and progressive forms and the music its inspired along the way, from groundbreaking Coltrane to underground turntablism.

Hosted by John Pai

photo of cds in KBCS library

The Vault

Mondays 9—11 pm

Welcome to The Vault. Classic vinyl, blues, jazz…Oneda Harris shares an extensive music deep from her father’s archived collection.

Hosted by Oneda Harris

R&B, Soul, and Hip Hop

Hip Hop Knuckles

Saturdays 11 pm—12 am

Nje brings you Hip-Hop from all over the world, sharing the culture and smooth vibes of Hip-Hop and leaving you with positive feelings.

Hosted by Nje

DJ Megabooty Presents

7—9 pm

DJ Mega Booty brings you soul & funk music in all it’s forms. You’ll hear Deep funk 45’s, dusty party funk LP’s, Motown, 80’s boogie, sweet 60’s soul, hip hop, neo-soul, breakbeats & more – all guaranteed to get your Friday night started right. The show is mainly vinyl, so expect rare party jams to

Read More

Hosted by DJ Mega Booty

photo of cds in KBCS library

The Vault

Mondays 9—11 pm

Welcome to The Vault. Classic vinyl, blues, jazz…Oneda Harris shares an extensive music deep from her father’s archived collection.

Hosted by Oneda Harris

206Zulu.com

Zulu Radio

Straight from the Seattle chapter of the Universal Zulu Nation, Zulu Radio is an outlet for up-and-coming independent Hip Hop artists, both locally and worldwide. Zulu Radio aims to spread awareness of Hip Hop not only as a cultural movement, but as a vehicle for positive growth within our communities.

Hosted by Mz. Music Girl

Rock and Blues

Backtracks

Sundays 8—10 pm

Two solid hours of The Grateful Dead and related, influenced and associated music.

Hosted by Andrew Stauffer

Living The Blues

Wednesdays 7—9 pm

Celebrating the Blues in all its forms.

Hosted by Oneda Harris, Winona Hollins-Hauge

photo of cds in KBCS library

The Vault

Mondays 9—11 pm

Welcome to The Vault. Classic vinyl, blues, jazz…Oneda Harris shares an extensive music deep from her father’s archived collection.

Hosted by Oneda Harris

Variety

Chairman Moe

Saturdays 9—11 pm

Chairman Moe is OUTATIME in the ’80s image credit: Daniel Gonçalves

Hosted by Chairman Moe

Iaan Hughes

Weekdays 12—4 pm

Hosted by Iaan Hughes

Iaan Hughes Judy Lindsay roots rock and soul

Roots Rock & Soul

Weekdays 4—7 pm

Hosted by Gregory D'Elia

Mostly Acoustic

Saturdays, Mondays 7—9 pm

An eclectic mix of roots, rock and soul — mostly acoustic side — hosted by Gordon Todd

Hosted by Gordon Todd

World

Balkana

Balkana

Saturdays 2—4 pm

Music from Eastern Europe and the Balkans with hosts Dominic & Vince Jovanovich

Hosted by Dominic Jovanovich, Vince Jovanovich

Crosscurrents 2021

Crosscurrents

Wednesdays 11 pm—12 am

Exploring the journey of music across the globe

Hosted by Andrew Stauffer, Matt Fish

Hawai`i Radio Connection

Saturdays 12—2 pm

From the Islands of Aloha to Wakinekona, Hawai`i Radio Connection features two hours of the unique sounds that evoke a tropical island paradise for your ears. From classic chants and traditional hula tunes, to sweet slack-key guitar, ukulele wizardry, hapa-haole harmonies, and popular Hawaiian hits of the past fifty-plus years of the Fiftieth State, join

Read More

Hosted by Auntie `Ala, Braddah Gomes, Maile Lono-Batura, Nahenahe, Puanani, Sista Elaine, Sister Kulina, Uncle Ed

Music of Africa

Thursdays 7—9 pm

A weekly survey of African popular music, including soukous, highlife, juju, benga, and more.

Hosted by Jon Kertzer

The Reggae Party

Thursdays 9—11 pm

Exploring the borders of reggae and territory in between, including roots, dance hall, dub, rocksteady, and ska.

Hosted by Duncan Goulding, Rankin Mark

¡​Sabor!

¡Sabor!

Saturdays 4—7 pm

A weekly tour of contemporary and traditional Latin music from all parts of the globe.

Hosted by Jim Cantú

¡​Sabor!

¡​Sabor! – Re-broadcast

Tuesdays 11 pm—1 am

Hosted by Jim Cantú

Violin Strings

Sunday’s Hornpipe

Sundays 3—6 pm

A show dedicated to Celtic music. You’ll hear traditional music and modern interpretations from Ireland and Scotland, as well as the Isle of Man, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany, and Galicia. The Celtic diaspora has spread around the world, and you’ll also hear Celtic sounds from countries where Celtic culture has settled. You may also expect to

Read More

Hosted by John Gibaut

AltRadio

Alternative Radio

Mondays 5—6 am

Alternative Radio is a weekly 57-minute public affairs series that features diverse perspectives on national and international issues. Alternative Radio challenges conventional views and is dedicated to the founding principles of public broadcasting: “to serve as a forum for controversy and debate” and “provide a voice for groups that may otherwise be unheard.” Programs feature

Read More

BBC World Service

Weekdays 6—7 am

International news, features and analysis from Africa, the Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, South Asia, and the United States and Canada.

BtwnLines

Between the Lines

Tuesdays 5:30—6 am

Timely, In-Depth Progressive Analysis:Between The Lines is a weekly syndicated half-hour news magazine featuring progressive perspectives on national and international political, economic and social issues. Featuring: – A five-minute summary of some of the week’s under-reported news stories gathered from the alternative press and other sources. – Three in-depth interview segments focusing on significant international,

Read More

Climate Connections

Climate Connections is a daily (M-F), 90-second radio series that aims to help listeners understand how climate change is already impacting our lives and what diverse people and organizations are doing to reduce the associated risks. The series “connects the dots” between climate change and energy, extreme weather, public health, food and water, jobs and

Read More

Democracy Now Logo, Juan and Amy

Democracy Now!

Weekdays 8—9 am

Democracy Now! produces a daily, global, independent news hour hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan González. Reporting includes breaking daily news headlines and in-depth interviews with people on the front lines of the world’s most pressing issues. On Democracy Now!, you’ll hear a diversity of voices speaking for themselves, providing a unique and

Read More

Green Acre Radio

Green Acre Radio is a weekly radio program focusing on important issues in the environmental and sustainability movement, including wetland restoration, Puget Sound recovery, local food policy and ocean conditions. The show is produced by Martha Baskin and sponsored by the Human Links Foundation in partnership with Jack Straw Cultural Center.

H2O Radio, This Week in Water

H2O Radio is journalism about water. Why? Because we’re all in this together. What do you picture when you hear the word “water”? A cool, refreshing drink? A dip in a mountain lake? The beach? Perhaps you recall your morning shower, or watering your garden. You probably didn’t picture power plants, your laptop, or that burger

Read More

Logic Amen Commentary

Logic Amen is an educator, artist, and activist who regularly contributes commentaries to KBCS on Mondays and Fridays at 5:55 a.m. during Hard Knock Radio. He is a graduate of the University of Washington with a degree in English Literature and is active in the hip-hop community with several albums and writings.

MakingContact

Making Contact

Tuesdays 5—5:30 am

Making Contact, is an award-winning, 29-minute weekly magazine/documentary-style public affairs program heard on over 160 radio stations in the USA, Canada and elsewhere. Making Contact is committed to in-depth critical analysis that goes beyond the breaking news. – Ordinary people talk about how public policy affects their daily lives, families and communities, and share positive

Read More

OurBodyPolitic

Our Body Politic

Wednesdays 5—6 am

Created and hosted by award-winning journalist Farai Chideya, Our Body Politic is unapologetically centered on reporting on not just how women of color experience the major political events of today, but how they’re impacting those very issues. Weekly episodes feature in-depth conversations about the economy, health, politics, education, the environment, and the most prescient issues—because

Read More

Rising Up

Thursdays 5—6 am

Rising Up with Sonali is an all-women run show that brings progressive news coverage rooted in gender and racial justice.

The Grit feat. Hard Knock Radio

Weekdays 7—8 am

Hosted by Yuko Kodama

Thom and Logo

Thom Hartmann Program

Weekdays 9 am—12 pm

“America’s #1 Progressive Radio Show:” Thom Hartmann explores a daily mix of current topics and connects with callers nationwide. Call 1-202-808-9925 to leave a comment or question for Thom. Or join the conversation in his chatroom.

Hosted by Thom Hartmann

What’s the Flux? Commuter Dispatches

A daily ritual—the commute—shapes our exploration of mobility, access and economic movement from the margins of a city to its center. With broadcast, texts, social media and bus ads, we bring curiosity to hidden, nonstop migration. With support from the Association of Independents in Radio (AIR), producer Mona Yeh examines Seattle metro area commuting to capture first-hand accounts of

Read More