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Music

Atomic Radio

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Atomic Radio

with your host Max

Atomic Radio brings us unique music from the past following the theme of the popular game "Fallout". It's a little hard to explain. Tune if for yourself for a unique listening experience.

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Bluegrass

Up in the Holler* or Bluegrass by the Sea**

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Up in the Holler* or Bluegrass by the Sea**

Bluegrass by the Sea with Chip Russell Born And Raised In Virginia, He Grew Up With A Love Of Acoustic Music. After 12 Years Of Appearing On Portland’s KBOO Radio Program, Music From The True Vine, Chip Russell (Uncle Chippy) Brings His Love Of Bluegrass And Old-Time Music To KYAQ And Lincoln County. The Show Will Delve Into The History Of The Music By Presenting Live Archival Recordings Tied Into Background Info On The Bands And Performers.

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Politics

Laura Flanders

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Laura Flanders

The Laura Flanders Show brings in-depth discussion about racial, gender, economic, and environmental justice to public television and radio. Every week, award-winning journalist Laura Flanders invites activists, artists, journalists, scholars, and impacted community members into conversation about the strategies they’re using to build a better future.

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News

Folk Soup

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Folk Soup

Folk Soup serves up the best Country Folk, Americana, Singer-Songwriter, World, Celtic, any homegrown or traditional sounds that can be played on wooden instruments, you’ll hear it on Folk Soup. A songwriter and performer, song collector of 50 years, I have a rich background and familiarity with this genre and it’s folklore, having accumulated a massive library which would be a shame not to share. Greatly loved are the songs that tell stories which add a richness to our collective folk history. These evergreen programs are themed and may include sub-series.

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Climate

Coast Range Radio

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Coast Range Radio

Coast Range Radio is a radio show and podcast that holds conversations with inspiring individuals dedicated to creating a better world, produced by the Coast Range Association. We interview folks who work to build just communities that provide for people and the natural world. We are particularly interested in the connections between Oregon’s forests, social justice, and the climate crisis.

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Music

Kicking It For Peace Culture & Education

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Kicking It For Peace Culture & Education

Rick Haggerty hosts “Kickin’ It For Peace, Culture & Education,” a musically significant and fun weekly 2 hour show devoted to musical themes (with commentary), such as musical anniversaries, honoring musician birthdays and musician passing. Also highlighted is “This Date in Music History,” along with social justice and climate related spots, such as Prison Radio and Yale’s Climate Connections. My show audience members have reported looking forward to great music and learning facts about musicians and their music and musical careers that they never knew previously. Past live music and interview shows of “Kickin’ It” are available on my youtube channel and Archive.org.

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Education

With Good Reason

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With Good Reason

With Good Reason: Fueled by curiosity. Guided by experts. Supported by you. With Good Reason brings together higher education institutions and Virginia Humanities to make scholarly research accessible to all. Each week, we share exciting discoveries, rigorous debates, and new knowledge, with ever-curious host Sarah McConnell guiding the conversation. Our show has won five Gabriel Awards for Best Documentary or Public Affairs Programs and is also the recipient of top honors from the Public Radio News Directors, Radio and Television Digital News Association, and the Virginia Association of Broadcasters. Featured guests have included Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison discussing race in America, Mike Seeger exploring American folk music, Ruth Osorio on disability justice movements, Bruce Greyson sharing his study of near death experiences, and Nikki Giovanni reading from her poetry. You’ll discover LGBTQ families in Shakespeare’s plays, the ways we pre-judge others based on their accents, and the surprising history of Hawaiian shirts.

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