Featured Programs on KSJD May 9th-15thMonday, May 9th
There will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, May 10th for the new solar energy array that has been installed at the Anasazi Heritage Center. Join us on the Monday morning Zine at 8:30 as we talk about renewable energy and public lands policy.
Tuesday, May 10th
Understanding the specific actions that a homeowner can take to create defensible space around their homes is vital as the summer wildfire season approaches. Join us for the Tuesday morning Zine at 8:30 for a discussion of wildfires and how to protect your home and property.
Wednesday, May 11th
Talking Heads examines local and regional politics and issues on the Wednesday morning Zine at 8:30. Join us for a deeper discussion of the news.
Thursday, May 12th
Renown Chicana poet, author, and teacher Sandra Cisneros will be the guest on another edition of All Lit Up, KSJD's on-air literary magazine. Join us as we talk with Sandra about her writing on the Thursday morning Zine at 8:30.
Friday, May 13th
Chaco Canyon and it's prehistoric ruins and road networks have emerged as a fascinating study of ancient astronomy and landscape. Tune in to the Friday morning Zine at 8:30 as we talk with researcher Anna Sofaer about the latest research on Chacoan road systems using new remote sensing technologies.
Saturday, May 14th
Join us for Mountain Stage at 1pm Saturday afternoon for another line-up of fantastic musical performances. This week's guests include Béla Fleck with Edgar Meyer and Zakir Hussain, Dar Williams, Raul Malo, and David Wax Museum.
Sunday, May 15th
The spring season of The Moth Radio Hour continues on Sundries at 9am Sunday morning. In this episode, the star of the kid's TV show Blue's Clues details his complicated relationship with fame, a 13-year-old girl from Somalia immigrates to the US and struggles to keep her troubled sister in the country, and on the eve of her high school reunion, a woman copes with bombshell news: her husband thinks he might be gay.