Programming

Programming on KEPW 97.3FM

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Schedule

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Program guide — show descriptions and times

To print or if you have trouble viewing it, here’s the program guide’s direct link.

Lists of shows

News/Talk shows, locally produced —  Age of Fission with Lonnie Clark, The Art of Relating with Zak Schwartz, Black Girl from Eugene with Ayisha, Body Count with Dan Pulju, Brain Health with Eva Edelman, the Brain Labor Report with Wes Brain, Coast Range Radio with Andrew Collins-Anderson, Come Together Oregon with Pam Driscoll, Conservation Today with Francis Eatherington, Creating a Resilient Future with Jan Spencer, Different Isn’t Wrong with Kalyn, Firewalker Radio with The Black Triad, Into Your Body with DJ & Sam, Las Voces de Citywide with Citywide Youth, KEPW Weekly News with the KEPW Newsteam, The Last Nuke with Louisa Hamachek, Legalize Survival with Jana Thrift, Mama’s Just Sayin’ with Elana Carlson, The Ombudshow, Racism Empire & Survival with Jack Dresser, Real Herbalism Radio with Sue Sierralupe & Candace Hunter, Rural Roots Rising with Sasha, Storytime with DJ Pound Puppy, Talk is Cheap with DJ Suss D, To the Moon & Back Remedies with Ellie Queen, Train of Thought with Rob Tobias, Water Is Life with Jana Thrift, and Youth Radio Live with the YRP students.

Music shows, locally produced — Beyond the Binary with Morgan, The Colours of Aire with DJ Anonymous, Deadish: Searching for the Sound with Jeff, the Doctor Zoom Show, 80-Grit with Paul, The Getdown by Sarah Bellum, Global Music Connections with Josh Caraco, Hard Rain and Slow Trains: Bob Dylan & Fellow Travelers with Daniel Mackay, The Institute of Spectra Sonic Sound with David Warmbier, Island Earth Radio with Mike Meyers, Julia’s Country Corner with Julia, the Kingston Skyline with DJ Xacto, Las Voces de Citywide with Citywide Youth, Northwest Live (a different local band every month), Sacred World Music (continuing from Matura’s archives), Women That Rock with Teesh Esparsen, and World Beat (a mix from our collection).

During unscheduled times we mostly play Northwest Local Music Mix — from Eugene-local and other Bay-Area-to-BC bands, including genres you don’t hear much elsewhere on the dial.

News/Talk shows produced elsewhere — Alternative Radio with David Barsamian, The Bike Show with Tori Bortman, Meg Keys, Jocelyn Gaudi, Terry Campbell & Alon Raab, The Bradcast with Brad FriedmanCommunity Public Radio, Counterspin with Janine Jackson, DeconstructedDemocracy Now! with Amy Goodman, Economic Update with Richard Wolff, The Final Straw, Food Sleuth with Melinda Hemmelgarn, Free Thought Radio with Dan Barker & Annie Laurie Gaylor, Indian Voices with Theresa Halsey, Letters and Politics with Mitch Jeserich, Making ContactNational Native News from Native Voice One, Nuclear Hotseat with Libbe HaLevy, Point of Inquiry with Paul Fidalgo, Project Censored, The Shortwave Report with Dan Roberts,  Talk Nation Radio with David Swanson, This Way Out, This Week with David Rovics, and TUC (Time of Useful Consciousness) Radio.

Music shows produced elsewhere — Global Village with Chris Heim, Sonic Cafe with Scott Clark, and World Beat with random artists.

Check back for program changes, we always have more shows working their way toward the airwaves. If you would like to produce a show, be a guest, or suggest a show we could carry, just fill out our programming request form and a volunteer will get back to you.
For any other programming-related questions, you can email programming@kepw.org.

Past shows (on hiatus or retired)

Local — Conscious Hip Hop, Deep Space Eugene with Richard Griscom, The 5ive, KEPW Newsday with Sam Broadway, the Low Road with Birdie, Nonprofit Eugene with Sam Evans, Roots Reggae, the Social Gospel hour, S.O.U.L experience, and Wider View.

NationalBBC World Service Global News Podcast, Between the Lines, DailyKos Radio, Dead Air, El Show del Nelson Morillo, The Hotwire from Crimethinc, and Love and Revolution (likely to return if Rivera Sun starts up again).