To kick off American Graduate week, KRTS speaks with radio producer Ken Eklund, the producer behind Ed Zed Omega, a massively participatory alternate reality game designed to spark dialogue, question assumptions and reframe the current narratives about the state of education in the U.S. today. Learn more about Ed Zed Omega here.
Friday, 30 September, 2016
Today on KRTS
midnight-4 am | Undercurrents, public radio’s freewheeling eclectic music mix of triple A, rock, folk, blues, native, Americana, world, reggae, dub and electronica with host Gregg McVicar
4-5 am | Classical Morning
5-9 am | Morning Edition, weekly morning news program with stories from around the world
9-10 am | On Point, news analysis program that takes calls on different topics currently in the media
10-11 am | Texas Standard, up-to-the-moment coverage of politics, lifestyle and culture, the environment, technology and innovation, and business and the economy – from a Texas perspective
11 am-1 pm | Old School Oldies (Rock ‘n’ Roll), locally hosted oldies program with your favorite classics from the 50s to the 80s
1-3 pm | Science Friday, news and entertaining stories about science, hosted by Ira Flatow
3-4 pm | Latino USA, radio journal of news and culture, is the only national, English-language radio program produced from a Latino perspective
4-6 pm | All Things Considered, each show consists of the biggest stories of the day, thoughtful commentaries, insightful features on the quirky and the mainstream in arts and life, music and entertainment, all brought alive through sound
6:00-6:30 pm | Marketplace, public radio’s daily magazine on business and economics news for the rest of us
6:30-7 pm | West Texas Talk, local interview program with a wide range of topics from artists in town to local government issues and more
7-8 pm | World Cafe, host David Dye serves up an eclectic mix of music from blues, rock, and world, to folk, and alternative country with live performances and interviews with celebrated and emerging artists
8-9 pm | World Music, hosted by Carol Fairlie, this program showcases music from around the world
9-10 pm | Afropop
10-11 pm | Friday Nite Lite
11 pm-midnight | Music XWT “Across West Texas”
NPR Newscasts: Daily at the top of most hours.
Star Date: Daily at 11am and 7pm.
*Rambling Boy, our Texas history program, begins after the 11am newscast
West Texas Talk: Weekdays at 6:30 PM
- Sep 29: Tony Payan
- Sep 28: New Oilfield Discovery in Reeves County Raises Concern About Light Pollution, Effect on McDonald Observatory
- Sep 27: Julia Lucille
- Sep 22: Liz Lambert
- Sep 21: Andy Stack of Wye Oak
- Sep 20: Ballroom Marfa to open “This is Presence” exhibition September 23
- Sep 19: Apache Corporation Talks Details About Its “Alpine High” Oilfield Discovery
- Texas Lawmakers Criticize Border Surge For Moving Crime but Not Stopping It
- Did the Pope’s Visit Help the Border? Depends Who You Ask
- 4 Things To Watch At The First Presidential Debate
- In Hurd-Gallego Rematch, Veterans Issues Again a Flashpoint
- Presidio County Sheriff Says He’ll Never Sign Conflict of Interest Policy
- RT @TexasStandard: Asked to name a current foreign leader, @GovGaryJohnson had another “Aleppo moment:” https://t.co/W8l83q0q91 https://t.c… about 21 hours ago from Twitter Web Client ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Head of @TxDPS says the dept. considers the border in Brewster & Hudspeth Counties in #WestTexas "unsecure": https://t.co/VwA9NF3kec about 23 hours ago from Twitter Web Client ReplyRetweetFavorite
- RT @TexasMonthly: In Houston, you can get your tacos with a side of civic engagement. https://t.co/tnn4lW2EWE 04:08:09 AM September 29, 2016 from Twitter for iPhone ReplyRetweetFavorite
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