Here's what's happening on KSKQ this week:
- Farm Talk, Monday, June 29 @ 1:00 pm. Dave Munson will interview the good folks of Terra Sol Organics. Kyle and Christi Reilly grow micro greens in Rogue River and sell their high quality produce throughout the Rogue Valley. Please join Dave and his guests as they explore the world of the highly delicious and nutritious micro greens.
- Jazz Splashdown, Wednesday, July 1 @ 9 pm. KSKQ's curated Jazz playlist is moving back to its Wednesday evening slot. Tune in for three hours of great jazz ranging from the traditional to fusion and everything in between. Each week, Michael Niemann carefully selects tracks that will please all jazz lovers out there.
- Waterfront Blues Festival, July 2 until July 5. Tune in to KSKQ to hear live broadcast of the Waterfront Blues Festival in Portland. We're suspending regular programming this annual 4th of July special, featuring the best in Blues. Listen to Blues greats Buddy Guy, Gregg Almond, Allen Toussaint, Charmaine Neville and many more. Live broadcasts July 2 from 1-10 pm, July 3 from 1-10 pm, July 4 from 12-10 pm and July 5 from 12-10 pm.
Want to be in the parade rather than just watch it? Join the KSKQ volunteers and march with us. We'll congregate at Liberty Street short before 10 am. The parade begins at 10:15. Join the fun and support your community radio station.
The Green Show Show is KSKQ's tribute to the OSF Green Show, the summer venue for lots of local and visiting musicians and performers. Every Wednesday at 10 am during the summer months, host Steven Sapp orchestrates a lively conversation about all-things-green-show and spices things up with live performances of artists featured on the Green Show.
Past guests have included IMPRO THEATRE, David Molina and Sunny and Brad, Scienceworks's mad scientists.
Volunteer director/producer and host of a-dub Anna Wild coordinates the show and makes its archives available on the KSKQ website so you can listen to what you might miss.
Living on Earth with Steve Curwood is the weekly environmental news and information program distributed by Public Radio International. Every week approximately 300 Public Radio stations broadcast Living on Earth's news, features, interviews and commentary on a broad range of ecological issues. The show airs in 9 of the 10 top radio markets and reaches 80% of the US.
Steve Curwood is Executive Producer and Host of Living on Earth. Steve created the first pilot of Living on Earth in the Spring of 1990, and the show has run continuously since April, 1991. Steve's relationship with public radio goes back to 1979 when he began as a reporter and host of Weekend All Things Considered. He also hosted NPR's World of Opera.
Fridays, 10-11 am.