Our spring pledge drive is happening right now. This is your chance to support your favorite community radio station.
Twice year, we ask you, our listeners to support community radio. If you listen to us, consider supporting us. Community radio cannot work without community support. Where else can you hear such an amazing variety of music? Where else such inspiring news and talk radio?
If you like this resource in your community, become a member now.
Day three was just as successful. With online pledges coming in, we made it past $1,500. Keep those calls going and put us further toward the $5,000 goal. Many thanks to the Vegan Bakers Club, Sunstone Bakery and the Merchants of Tea for the goodies that keep our volunteers going.
Carson Bench pitching Great food from the Vegan Bakers Club Michael Mulhall runs sound for Hamfist
Ellen Hufft Pitching Aletha and Fuchsia taking calls
Here's what's happening on KSKQ this week:
- BeerRadio Wednesday, April 23 @ 5 pm. Ginger will interview Lisa Morrison, Publican, Radio Host & Beer Goddess.
The story of Irregular Transmissions begins with an ending. In September 2012, Colin Casey ended his show The White Room after three years on the air. Matthew Dedrick aka "Coach" stepped in and picked up his hour. The new show was named Irregular Transmissions to reflect the wide variety of music styles and genres featured. In December that year, Matthew wanted to expand the format and found Adam Pesak aka "Dukowski" to co-host Irregular Transmissions.
The two focus on the song unsung. Digging up and stringing together history, musicians, and connections. They also bring local artists into the mix. The show is never scripted and always live. Coach and Dukowski work on making every show educational and worth listening to. From Dolly Parton to Black Flag, Celtic Frost to Michael Hedges, something for everyone and always an Irregular Transmission.
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.