Featured Programs on KSJD January 26th-February 1stSaturday, January 26th
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 Rich Robinson of The Black Crowes, Cowboy Junkies, Anais Mitchell, and Paul Kelly.
Sunday, January 27th
Radiolab is an investigation. Each episode on Sunday mornings at 9am is a patchwork of people, sounds, stories and experiences centered around One Big Idea. In this week's episode of Radiolab, fate and fortune. If destiny isn't written in the stars, could it be written in our genes? Kids struggle to resist marshmallows, and their ability to holdout at age 4 turns out to predict how successful they're likely to be the rest of their lives. And an unexpected find in a convent archive uncovers early warning signs for dementia in the writings of 18-year-olds.
Monday, January 28th
Finding new music can be a chore, and separating the good from the really good is often a tedious task. Let KSJD come to the rescue! Tune in to Soundcheck every Monday morning on the Zine at 8:30 as we prime the airwaves and get ready for our week with music-related musings, reviews of new releases, and more.
Tuesday, January 29th
Pandora's Box is KSJD's bi-monthly program that looks at the other side of the story on the environment and your health. Tune in to the Tuesday morning Zine at 8:30 to hear about what to look out for in your environment and how to stay healthy and happy.
Wednesday, January 30th
The role of food in creating a secure and vibrant local economy is many times overlooked. Join us for the Wednesday morning Zine at 8:30 for a discussion with a food systems analyst about the role production and consumption of food plays in a stable local economy.
Friday, February 1st
Over the past decade, archaeological studies have revealed new insights into the Pueblo I period of Ancestral Puebloan occupation of the Abajo Uplands in the Manti-La Sal National Forest of southest Utah. Tune in to the Friday morning Zine at 8:30 for a look at the emerging picture of the prehistoric inhabitants in this area.