Fall ’22 Schedule Updates!

We’ve got lots in the works for our annual schedule refresh! Below is the first wave of the schedule updates, with more to come as we continue with our onboarding processes and accommodate the needs of our volunteer-produced programming.

NEW MUSIC SHOWS

  • Spirit of ’79 Radio with DJ Andy Maximum, Saturdays 3-4 AM: Power-Pop, Punk and Mod Revival from the late 70s and early 80s, spinning primarily 7″ singles
  • Flying Saucer Safari! with DJ Barbarella, Tuesdays 2-3 PM: Hear local Portland music, plus interviews with artists about upcoming music, albums, shows, + music they love.
  • Turtles Have Short Legs with DJ Gilliflower, Tuesdays 3-4 PM: An intoxicating mix of psychedelic & experimental sounds new & old: Krautrock/kosmische, acid folk/weirdlore, hauntological delights, popsike pipedreams, analog electronics, surreal sound collage/drone, avant-rock oddities, & unusual international sounds.
  • The “IN” Crowd with Wayward Girls Soul Collective, Saturdays 2-3 PM: Get in with The “IN” Crowd and be transported back in time. You will hear songs from the 50’s to the 70’s. As record collectors we enjoy playing rare gems all on vinyl. 
  • Self Help Radio with DJ Gary Dickerson, Saturdays 5-7 AM, Self Help Radio explores a different theme with music & talk every week.

NEW TALK SHOWS + CONTENT

Brand New Programs:
Program Updates: 
  • Find the Others with Anthony Alvarado, Mon 8-9 AM: A new name and iteration for Monday Mornings! Anthony Alvarado, author of DIY Magic, talks with counter-culture creators, outside-the-box thinkers, and creative spirits about the mind, psyche, art, and the future.
  • News with My Fiance with Ambush & Morgan, Thu 7:30-9 AM: A new dedicated show feed for the show you know and love! Ambush & Morgan talk news, politics, Portland happenings, and everything in between — all while keeping it real and keeping us laughing. 
Shortform Content: 
  • National Native News, M-F 10 AM Thom Hartmann Program Break: NNN provides listeners with relevant, timely coverage on Native American and Indigenous communities.
  • Yale Climate ConnectionsM-F, 11 AM Thom Hartmann Program Break: A nonpartisan, multimedia service providing daily broadcast radio programming and original web-based reporting, commentary, and analysis on the issue of climate change, one of the greatest challenges and stories confronting modern society.

SCHEDULE MOVES

(Done either to make the schedule flow better from show to show or to accommodate a specific need for the show’s DJ)