Programs A-Z

  • Mixed, stirred, and shakin’, The Blender serves up a musical cocktail on Saturday evenings.

  • The Fish Bowl is a monthly interview program on KSJD that features the voices, thoughts, and opinions of youth in our communities on topics that matter to them. It is produced in partnership with the School...

  • Montezuma Mixtape provides the audible proof that a small town county can be full of big stories. Without restrictions of fiction or non fiction, comedy or tragedy, the show freely endeavors to profile the way in which stories provide the...

  • The Raven Narratives seeks to connect us with each other and the places where we live and play.

    The Raven Narratives features people of all colors, ages,and perspectives sharing their...

  • Guests on The Write Question are authors, illustrators, photographers, and publishers from western states, or visiting writers who are spending a considerable block of time teaching or working in the west. Produced by KUFM, Montana Public Radio...

  • The Thomas Jefferson Hour® is a weekly radio program dedicated to the search for truth in the tradition of Thomas Jefferson. Our third president, Thomas Jefferson, was a man of the...

  • EDM airwaves trance.mitted by djNova

  • A freeform music mix with your mind in mind. The host is Gregg McVicar. Playlists and streaming at: 

  • The Underground Railroad is here to bring you all kinds of music to fill your heart and soul. This show features many genres of music. So in 19th century America the underground railroad helped slaves from slave states escape to freedom. In the...

  • Join Bert Valencia and Darla Sanders from local Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5231 and the Disabled American Veterans for a monthly discussion of the issues facing veterans in the Four Corners area, their challenges and successes.

  • Hosts Dana and Paul play an all vinyl music show featuring rock, Southern Rock, blues, and more!

  • A mix of music shows rotating weekly between "Audio Gumbo" and "Cosmos In The Canyon".

  • From civil wars in Bosnia and El Salvador, to hospital rooms, police stations, and America's backyards, National Public Radio's Peabody Award-winning correspondent Scott Simon brings a well-traveled perspective to his role as host of

  • Weekend Edition Sunday premiered on January 18, 1987, and was the last of NPR's major newsmagazines to hit the air. Since then, Weekend Edition Sunday has covered newsmakers, artists, scientists, politicans, musicians, writers, thinkers,...

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