and eclectic with a decidedly indigenous flavor!
From the classics and the legends to the newer releases, you'll hear
all the blues on Sunday nights at 7 with Atomic Mama and Scott Waterman.
the 9th Alley Blues Hosts
Acoustic Accent is taped in Tok, Alaska, and broadcast
weekly on KNBA-FM Anchorage, KBRW FM Barrow, KYUK Bethel, KUAC-FM Fairbanks,
KIYU Galena, Nome Public Radio, and KCHU Valdez. Listen on Saturdays
at 9:00 p.m.
Come on in and grab a seat at Acoustic Cafe, radio's best international
showcase for new acoustic music. Each week, we air two hours of great
stuff from some of the best singer-songwriters in the business, including
rare acoustic cuts, classic tracks, plus exclusive, live in-studio interviews
and performances. Fridays at 10 a.m. and Sundays at 7 p.m.
An eclectic two hours of alternative country featuring music from The
Jayhawks, Hadacol, The Bodeans and more. Join Jim Stratton and Eric Smith
every Saturday at 6 p.m.
Martsy Sammartino delivers two hours of R&B music from classic artists
like Earth, Wind & Fire, The Temptations, and Al Green, plus music
news and live dedications. Fridays at 8 p.m.
This nationally syndicated program is a weekly hour of music and words
from today's Native Americans, frequently profiling individual artists
or featuring current issues in Indian Country. Hosted by Alaskan producer
Tricia King, Different Drums has been honored with eleven state and national
awards since its beginning in 1996. Saturdays at 5 p.m. and Tuesdays at
KBC's nationally distributed program with host Gregg McVicar. You'll hear
Indigenous, Bill Miller, Walela, Robert Mirabal, and more. Saturdays at
noon and Thursdays at 10 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Ambient, musical soundscapes perfect for your late night soundtrack. Monday
through Thursday and Sunday evenings at 10.
Live musical performances and conversations with artists, poets, do-gooders,
and more. Saturday mornings at 11.
Indigenous music from 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. Saturdays.
Friday Night Mix
A little rap, a little dance and a little hip-hop -- it's all in the mix.
Join Cool DJ Reggie Ward every Friday night at 10.
Alaska Alaska’s premier television show about
Alaska Native and Native American’s lives is now on the radio! Heartbeat
Alaska, anchored by Jeanie Greene of Jeanie Greene Productions, follows
National Native News Monday’s at 5:35pm and is a straight audio
version of one of the most popular television shows in rural Alaska villages.
Heartbeat Alaska on T.V. debuted in 1992. For more information on Heartbeat
Alaska contact the producers at (907) 563-7440.
Highlighting one Alaskan community every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
morning at 7:15. Produced by Steve Johnson and Frank Levno-Chythlook.
Monday nights at 8 and Wednesday mornings at 10.
Island Style dishes up Hawaiian and Pacific tunes at our tropical music
luau every Sunday at 9 a.m. Featuring a rainbow mix of traditional to
contemporary tunes, Island Style takes you to the sunny shores of the
Pacific islands. On alternating Sundays the dynamic duos of Kalihi Boy
& Hana Guy and Uncle David & Aunty Linda share music and aloha to warm
Features contemporary and traditional Native American and Indigenous music
from around the world. The program's host/producer is John Gregg, Sr.
(Hopi/Inupiat) who also serves as assistant network manager for AIROS.
Monday through Thursday evenings starting at 9, Saturday afternoons at
Word of the Day is an audio archive of words
and short phrases demonstrating the richness and variety of Native languages
spoken in the US, weekdays at 7:58 a.m., 11:59 a.m. and 11:59 a.m.
Ta Olowan, Songs of the People
Wednesday nights at 8:30 p.m. and Saturdays at 8 a.m., Oyate TA Olowan
is a rare and authentic collection of Native American music. This landmark
series steps off the beaten trail, traveling to far away places in order
to introduce you to talented Native musicians in their homelands. Each
program focuses in solely on the one group or artist. Oyate TA Olowan
is a Lee Production produced and hosted by Milt Lee (Standing Rock Sioux)
and written by Jamie Lee.
Spoken word and radio theater locally
produced by Brian Hutton.
Prince Albert mixes up three hours of traditional and contemporary Reggae
music beginning at 3 p.m. on Sundays.
of Our People
Hear and feel Alaska's real history through
The Ol' Bullrider and Dee play three hours of your favorite classic country
each Sunday at noon.
Interesting news, people and performances from San Francisco and other
West Coast locales. Saturdays at 9 a.m.
Alternative contemporary American and international music, interviews,
and in-studio performances Monday through Thursdays at 6 p.m.
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