KEPW Sample Programming Sheet

What kinds of programs will KEPW 97.3 put on the air? Here is a sample programming sheet, and we are always open to hearing your ideas for unique radio programs. Email us at

Street Talk –> Interviews with everyday people around the city on a variety of local and national issues.
Local Sounds –> An eclectic mix of pre-recorded music from local and regional artists.
Earth Beat –> Interviews with environmental activists on global warming and the state of this planet we call home.
Golden Era Hiphop –> A diverse mix of hip-hop from the mid 1980s through the mid 1990s.
Story Hour –> Local folks telling stories.
Avante Garde Jazz –> A unique hour of music combining avante garde creativity and improvisation with jazz music.
Sticking to the Union –> The voices of labor, local unions, worker rights and issues.
Millennial Talk –> A program run by millenialls, providing their insights on the economy, technology, relationships and sexuality, etc.
KEPW News Roundup –> Progressive and radical commentary and debate on local and national news.
Sports with Kids –> Kids update us on the state of local sports.
Live @ KEPW –> Interviews and exclusive live mini-concerts with local and visiting bands playing shows around Eugene.
Grad the Popcorn –> A discussion of what’s new in the theatres, opinions and reviews of new films.
Your Voice Here –> KEPW’s exclusive call-in show so that anyone can voice in on local issues.
Fish Tales –> Interviews and life philosophy from the minds of Oregon fishermen.
Nuclear News & Opinion –> Anti-nuclear activists discuss nuclear issues and how they affect us all.
Living Well –> Programming dedicated to total body health, wellness, and treating ourselves well.
Satired Out –> Political satire – a hilarious way to reveal important truths about our political system.
Hear Us Roar–> Women’s voices, feminist debate, updates on women’s issues in politics, and call-ins on pressing issues.
Know Your Farmers –>Interviews with local farmers, tips for growing your own food, etc.
Aspiring Citizens –> Program dedicated to immigrant voices, legislation, and the experience of being undocumented in the US.
Cop Watch –> Conversations around police violence, accountability, the criminalization of people of color and the homeless, the prison industrial complex, and how we as a community can combat these trends.