Fresh Fruit

Fresh Fruit, the longest running Queer radio show in the country, has been live, weekly on KFAI Fresh Air Radio since 1978. On May 11, 2013, Fresh Fruit Celebrated 35 Years!


Fresh Fruit Collective Hosts:

1st Thursdays-Leigh Combs and guest hosts

Youth spots, general topics

2nd Thursdays - Roxanne Anderson

RARE Productions focus on Queer people of Color

3rd Thursdays - Dixie Treichel & John Townsend

Arts, Entertainment, Politics, Philosophy, Surprises

4th Thursdays - Peter Gokey, Andy Birkey, Norman Strizek

Politics, Health, Education, Literature and more..

Engineers - Roxanne Anderson, Andy Birkey, Leigh Combs, Peter Gokey, Norman Strizek, Dixie Treichel

Guest Engineers - Kendrick Davies, Jeremy Brezovan, Pat Nelson


This Way Out the International Queer Radio Magazine
Airs on KFAI Sunday nights 11:30 pm

Queer Links

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
The Trevor Project

Fresh Fruit: 35 Years of Queer Radio, an audio documentary

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Recent Playlists

7/24/2014 Fresh Fruit
7/17/2014 Fresh Fruit

Hosts: Dixie Treichel & John Townsend

14th Annual Queer Fringe Binge: A menagerie of guests from the Minnesota Fringe Festival
Guests: Matt Briggs, Catherine Johnson Justice, Allegra J Lingo, Anders Norheim Mattson, Ryan Patrick, Patrick Perry, Joseph Stodola, Lisa Vogel, Mic Weinblatt

7/10/2014 Fresh Fruit
7/3/2014 Fresh Fruit

1st Thursday Host & Producer Leigh Combs
Guests: Lisa Ganser talking about their upcoming 2 part film screening at the Smitten Kitten on July 12.
Quarterly segment with Quatrefoil Library

6/26/2014 Fresh Fruit
6/19/2014 Fresh Fruit

Hosts: Dixie Treichel & John Townsend

Pride Month Show-Queering the Arts

Guests: Pam Colby, filmmaker, Not in My Lifetime: GLBT Elders on Marriage; Patrick Coyle, filmmaker, The Public Domain; Cassandra Snow, Final Frontier Festival, Gadfly Theatre Productions; Patrick Scully & Kevin Kortan, Leaves of Grass Uncut, Illusion Theater

6/12/2014 Fresh Fruit
6/5/2014 Fresh Fruit

First Thursday Host: leigh combs
Camille from the Bisexual Organizing Project sharing highlights for the upcoming BECAUSE Conference taking place at the University of Minnesota – June 6-8, 2014.
Quarterly Astrological Forecast with heather Roan Robbins

5/29/2014 Fresh Fruit

Fresh Fruit pre-empted tonight for special programming. Turtle Island Voices Rising- 24 hrs of Indigenous Programming

5/22/2014 Fresh Fruit