Featured Programs on KSJD October 18th-23rdTuesday, October 18th
The Bridge Emergency Shelter in Cortez has opened its doors again to help homeless people endure through tough times over the winter months. Join us for the Tuesday morning Zine at 8:30 as we talk with Bridge Shelter staff about how their services have been improved and how to get involved.
Wednesday, October 19th
Education issues dominate the November ballots as voters decide on bond issues that could fund school facility projects. Tune in to the Wednesday morning Zine at 8:30 for another edition of Talking Heads and analysis of local news and the education bond issues.
Friday, October 21st
For ranchers and farmers, conditions like rheumatoid arthritis or muscular sclerosis can make running their agricultural operations nearly impossible. Tune in to the Friday morning Zine at 8:30 to learn about Colorado Agrability Workshops that give hope and tools to diabled agricultural producers.
Euforquestra is a percussion and horn driven band that fuses afrobeat, reggae, dub, funk, and rock with traditional sounds from Cuba, Brazil, West Africa and beyond. Tune in to Lame Town Review on Friday at 1:30pm for an interview with the Euforquestra band leader and a discussion of their music.
Saturday, October 22nd
Join KSJD for Mountain Stage at 1pm on Saturday afternoon for another amazing line-up of live musical performances. This week's guests include Vince Gill, David Mayfield Parade, Red Molly, Jim Lauderdale, and John Lilly.
Sunday, October 23rd
Radiolab returns on Sundries at 9am on Sunday morning. In this first episode of the Fall 2010 Season, Radiolab examines the bond between brain and body, and looks at what happens when it breaks. A neurologist tries to find himself using magnets, they talk to a neuroscientist who uses an optical illusion to solve a century-old mystery that haunts some amputees, and pilots describe surviving out-of-body experiences while flying fighter jets.