Here's what's happening on KSKQ this week:
- Jeff Garner, the father of missing Ashland teen Hannah Garner will be the guest on the KSKQ morning show, Tuesday, December 16 at 8:30 AM.
- Human Rights Now! Tuesday, December 16 @ 11:30 am. Joining the program this Tuesday is Thomas Turner, independent scholar and consultant, and author of Congo (2013) and The Congo Wars (2007). Mr. Turner has conducted field-work in the Democratic Republic of Congo since the 1960s, and has taught in universities in DRC, Rwanda, Kenya and Tunisia. He currently is serving as volunteer Country Specialist on the DRC for Amnesty International USA.
- The Hearth Radio Hour, Wednesday, December 17 @ 1 pm. The December edition of the Hearth focused on the theme "All in the family." Listen to six story tellers recount true live stories featuring families of every kind.
- BeerRadio, Wednesday, December 17 @ 5 pm. Fal Allen, internationally known brewer, currently of Anderson Valley Brewing Company, Boonville, CA joins Ginger today
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