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                                          Morning Song with Victoria Parks

Morning Song

Morning Song is replete with favorite new age, world, fantasy and ambient music, opening your heart to a new day.

              



NoiseFilterShow with Dr. MarkAlain Dery & Doc Griggs

Noise filter show docs

In 10-minute daily segments and a one-hour weekly Noise Filter show Monday through Friday, Dr. MarkAlain Dery, an infectious diseases specialist, and Doc Griggs, a Community Medicine and Health Educator, provide Covid-19 updates and information to ensure you have access to and an understanding of the most important COVID-19 information.



Opus Day with Rip Robbins

Rip Robbins


Produced in Washington State, with host Rip Robbins, Opus Day is always a great show with an awesome and diverse selection of music.



Ozark Highlands Radio with Daren Dortin


Ozark Highlands Radio is an hour-long public radio program that features live musical performances recorded at the Ozark Folk Center State Park in Mountain View, Arkansas. With archival recordings from native Ozark musicians to the contemporary Roots/Old Time performers of today, Ozark Highlands Radio explores the history, tradition and current trends in traditional and modern acoustic music.   


(The) Piano Men with Stanley Karr

Piano Men


The Piano Men is dedicated to popular piano players in all styles of music and the background of their songs. This unique show examines the history of popular piano players and features insight on their music. On this show, you will listen to a featured artist, rarities, and more!




Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping


Rev. Billy


Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping is a radical performance community based in New York City. The Stop Shopping Choir is accompanied by a comic preacher, Reverend Billy, portrayed by performer William (Billy) Talen. The philosophy of the Church of Stop Shopping surrounds the imminent "Shopocalypse", which assumes the end of humanity will come about through manic consumerism.



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