Featured Programs on KSJD May 28th-June 3rdTuesday, May 29th
Speech therapy can help children and even adults achieve more confidence in communicating effectively. Join us for the Tuesday morning Zine at 8:30 for a discussion of how speech therapy works and how a local therapist is helping patients here in our community.
Wednesday, May 30th
Education is almost universally valued in our community and across the country. So why does the conversation around education so many times turn towards what is wrong? Tune in to the Wednesday morning Zine at 8:30 to hear from local students about how and why they value education and what is being done to change the conversation about education in our community.
Thursday, May 31st
The Affordable Care Act, while controversial, provides access to health coverage to those who may have no other options. Join us for the Thursday morning Zine at 8:30 for one woman's story of finding healthcare after being diagnosed with cancer that ultimately lead to meeting President Obama.
Friday, June 1st
The Dolores River Festival brings people together from across the region to celebrate this vital natural resource. Join us for the Friday morning Zine at 8:30 as we talk with festival organizers about the mission behind the event and what to expect at the festival on Saturday.
Tune in to Lame Town Review on Friday afternoon at 1pm for a preview of the musical acts that will be performing at the Dolores River Festival. Musical headliner Euforquestra will join in around 2pm to chat about their music and why they love the festival. Don't miss this musical warm-up to the Dolores River Festival!
Saturday, June 2nd
Tune in to KSJD for Mountain Stage at 1pm on Saturday afternoons for a line-up of fabulous live musical performances. This week's guests include Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives, Blue Highway, The McCrary Sisters, John Fullbright, and The Pines.
Sunday, June 3rd
The 2012 season of Radiolab continues on Sundries at 9am Sunday morning. In this episode, cruelty, violence, badness... Radiolab looks at the dark side of human nature, and asks whether it's something we can ever really understand, or fully escape.