Gazillion Voices Radio features conversations between Kevin Haebeom Vollmers and guests who represent the adoptee, foster care, POC, immigrant, and LGBTQ communities. Kevin and guests cover a variety of topics, including adoption, race, culture, identity, art, politics, performance, and social movements. The program is a parntership between KFAI and Gazillion Voices magazine.
Examining experimental compositions past and present.
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Across The Board is like listening to a live mix tape. This freeform program takes you on a spin through a wide variety of musical genres. Tune in to hear DJ SLT every Friday from 2-6 am for a unique listening experience.
DJ SLT specializes in goth, industrial, pop, new wave, noise, glam, neo folk, audio samples, movie soundtracks, and any other style of music that catches his ear. DJ SLT also hosts Collectors Corner, where you, the listener, can come on air to talk about the music you love & obsess over.
Ocassionally, Across The Board will feature guest DJ's.
ATB's current guest DJ's are Libby, Jeremey (King of Collectors Corner), Musically Rich,
Also, stay tuned for regular theme shows including:
Salute To Soundtracks (soundtracks from all genres of movies), Smothered In Covers (covers of popular songs), and DJ SLT's favorite, All David Bowie!!
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AIRING MONDAYS @ 9:00 a.m., TruthToTell is produced by CivicMedia/Minnesota as part of KFAI’s public affairs programming schedule. TruthToTell delves into issues often not covered in depth by other regional news and public affairs outlets and too often not with the goal of engaging citizens in resolving the critical state, local, and regional issues they face day-to-day.
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The Root Of All Evil Radio show is a hard hitting weekly metal show founded and forged by our metal brother Earl Root (R.I.P.) in the spring of 1987. It is (as far as we know) the longest running Independent Metal radio show in the world and it just keeps getting better and better after 27 years of continuous head banging and horn throwing. Bringing you every genre of metal, from the hardest and most brutal metal ever conceived to the softest and gentlest and everything in between -- and always room for our awesome local Minnesota metal scene! Produced and creatively shaped by an orchestra of dedicated metal loving people known (in this world) as Mara the Death, Dr. Beast, BloodJohn, Verminator, and The Sheckanator. They will never stop pouring out the metal so you better keep drinking it, or they will come find you, and you don't want that. Muhahaha.
Northern Sun News is a one hour public affairs program covering a wide variety of topics. The emphasis is peace, ecology and social justice. In-studio guests and recorded speeches and occasional topical music.
There ought to be a place on the radio for surprises. The Listening Lounge tries to be that delightful, and sometimes disturbing, place. When we air newsy documentaries, you won't hear experts droning on. You'll hear vibrant stories about real people. And when we air shorter audio experiences, we get out of the way and let sound tell the story.
The Listening Lounge: Hearing is Believing.
Find us on Facebook: facebook.com/listeninglounge
or check out our blog: listeninglounge.blogspot.com
DISABLED AND PROUD is the radio show that brings you insights into, ideas about and discussions of disability culture. Disabled and Proud is hosted each week by Sam.
If you wish to be added to the email list, email firstname.lastname@example.org. No email addresses are shared.
FRIDAYS, 9 AM, EXPANDED TO ONE HOUR local writer Lydia Howell explores local culture, art, and activism with interviews and special features. She won the PREMACK AWARD FOR PUBLIC INTEREST JOURNALISM for her investigative reporting on homelessness in (the now defunct) PULSE NewspaperLydia is a long time denizen of KFAI who also writes for various communicty newspapers and online publications.
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Listen each Tuesday for stimulating conversations with Al McFarlane and community leaders about issues and events in the Black community and the community at large.
Tuesday, December 1st, on Write On! Radio, we speak with Adam Makos about his new book Devotion: An Epic Story of Heroism, Friendship, and Sacrifice, which explores the life of the first black Navy pilot and the friend who tried to rescue him when he was shot down in the mountains during the Korean War. He is also the author of the New York Times bestseller A Higher Call.
We then speak with Shannon Gibney about her young adult novel-in-progress, Lone Star, and the cultural experience in Minnesota of African Americans and African immigrants. Shannon Gibney is also the author of the young adult novel, See No Color, and a memoir-in-progress Love Across the Middle Passage: Making an African/African American Family.
Write On! Radio airs every TUESDAY 7 - 8 p.m. Central Time on 90.3 FM Minneapolis and 106.7 FM St. Paul and live on the web at www.kfai.org. Shows are archived for two weeks on line. Our shows are also available via our podcasting site: www.writeonradio.libsyn.com
To access the Rain Taxi Review of Books Literary Events Calendar, click here.
Information about regular spoken word and open mic venues can be found at Guante's spoken word info.
To subscribe to the Write On! Radio weekly e-mail newsletter for guest information and weekly event announcements, send us your email address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please mail review copies and press materials to Write On! Radio, KFAI, 1808 Riverside Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN, 55454. Attn: Producer.
Current Write On! Radio producers include:
* Ian Graham Leask
* Steve McEllistrem
* Lynette Reini-Grandell
* Amy Fladeboe
* Scott Gannis
* Charlotte Sullivan
* Kristin Johnson
Our opening and closing theme music is a variation on "Winter" by Karen Townsend, with help from Lynette Reini-Grandell. Our calendar music is also a variation on "Winter" by Karen and Lynette.