Featured Programs on KSJD March 30th-April 5thSaturday, March 30th
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 Robert Earl Keen, Shelby Lynne, Rhett Miller, and Black Prairie.
The TED Radio Hour is KSJD's newest program, airing at 3pm on Saturday afternoons. The show is a journey through fascinating ideas, astonishing inventions, and new ways to think and create. In this week's show: making mistakes. TED speakers look at those difficult moments in our lives, and consider why sometimes we need to make mistakes and face them head-on.
Sunday, March 31st
Moments of total, world-shaking bliss are not easy to come by. Maybe that's what makes them feel so life-altering when they strike. And so worth chasing. On this week's episode of Radiolab at 9am on Sunday morning, stories of striving, grasping, tripping, and falling for happiness, perfection, and ideals.
The Write Question from Montana Public Radio is KSJD's new weekly literary program on Sunday afternoons at 3pm that features writers from the western United States. During this week's program, veteran journalist Todd Wilkinson talks about and reads from his book 'Last Stand: Ted Turner's Quest To Save A Troubled Planet', and describes how the media mogul's role as a pioneering eco-capitalist means more to Turner than any other aspect of his legacy.
Monday, April 1st
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, April 2nd
Getting locally produced food into school cafeterias can be as difficult as getting all those kids fed everyday. Tune in to the Tuesday morning Zine at 8:30 for another episode of the Big Fat Farm Show and a discussion with a local school food service director on the nuts and bolts of making school lunches, and what it takes to bring local food to the school cafeteria.
Wednesday, April 3rd
Habitat for Humanity is well-known for creating housing for those in need, but they also operate stores across the country where used building materials, appliances and housewares are sold to the public at discounted prices. Join us for the Wednesday morning Zine at 8:30 to learn more about how Habitat For Humanity serves those in need of housing, and what will be available at their new "re-sale" store in Cortez.
Thursday, April 4th
Dine College was the first tribally-operated college in the country, and continues to serve an important role in education for Native American students today. Tune in to the Thursday morning Zine at 8:30 to hear about what programs are offered at the school, and why it is a vital resource for Native students on their career paths.
Friday, April 5th
April is Poetry Month, a celebration of this powerful and dynamic form of expression. Tune in to the Friday morning Zine at 8:30 to hear Native American students from the Santa Fe Indian School's Spoken Word Club discuss their poetry and perform a work called "Creation Poem".