Station Highlights

Radio Celebration Week!

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Beginning Friday, March 28th leading up to our One-Day Spring Drive on Friday, April 4th! Tune in for live in-studio performances, special themes, and great programming all week!

Highlights include:

Friday, 3/28

Good Day Radio Show – 9am-10am:  Rebecca will kick things off with live music by Arsenic & Lace.

Trail Mix – 10am-noon:  Don Surgeon will be guiding us on our way to the Spring Drive with the theme “Drive”.

Straight No Chaser – 2pm-4pm:  Carolyn Servid will be joined by Mike & Iko Sullivan in the studio, performing some live jazz music.

Earbones – 8pm – 10pm:  Ken and Rachel will be puckering up and playing songs involving whistling.

Birdhouse in Your Soul – 10pm-midnight:  Maria Tsonis explores the idea of “Birds” as a metaphor for your “Soul”.

 

Saturday, 3/29

At the Hop – 9am-10:30am: Slacktide will be playing some live tunes on Denton’s show.

The Root Cellar – noon-2pm: Angie Bowers has a live performance by Jim Deginero, featuring the songs of Guy Clark.

Rayo del Sol – 3pm-4pm:  Ted Laufenburg is “Drumming” up donations for Raven Radio by celebrating Drums in Latin music.

Garden Show – 5:30pm-6pm: Kitty and Mollie are back with a new season of the Garden Show.

Sonic Repercussions – 10pm-midnight:  DJ Jorge plays songs about “Magic”.

 

Sunday, 3/30

Sunday Sunrise – 9am-10:30am:  Susan Stanford will explore the theme of “Sun/Rain”.

From the Vault – 11am-noon:  Rebecca Poulson shares a special interview with Nancy Ricketts.

Cable House Classics – 2:30pm-4pm:  Richard Guhl will celebrate a “Spring” theme.

Paper Wings – 5pm-7pm: Sarah Aday brings you music about “Birds, birders, twitchers and flight”

 

Monday, 3/31

Swing Set – 6:30pm-8pm:  Kayla Boettcher will present a sampler of swing from across the decades (1930-2014).

Nightfly – 10pm- midnight:  Peter Bradley’s show theme will be all about Canadian music.

 

Tuesday, 4/1

The Roost – 11am-noon:  Tracy Gagnon will be joined for a live performance by Jed Delong.

Transglobal Music Express – 2pm-4pm:  Jasmine Shaw will share stories and music of Cuba and salsa dancing.

Small Craft Warning – 10pm-midnight:  Annabel Lund will be “Singing the Blues”.

 

Wednesday, 4/2

Hometown Brew – 2pm-4pm:  The Hundred Ukulele players will play live on Kitty Labounty’s show.

R&R for the I&I – 8pm-10pm:  Dave Clark will explore music from Sitka and Surrounding areas, and be joined by Hank Moore in the studio.

 

Thursday, 4/3

Dias Corvidae – 10am-noon:  Crystal Oostema will be joined by a special guest to discuss how music shapes the story of our lives.

The Axiom – 2pm-4pm:  New volunteer, Thanny Bean will bring you his very first radio show, or “First Flight”.

Sunset Symphony – 6:30pm-8pm:  Trish Durham will explore classical music featured in movies.

Night Jazz – 8pm-10pm:  Martina Kurzer will present a themed show about “Supporting Raven Radio”.

FRIDAY, 4/4

Our One-Day Spring Drive all day! Featuring many local guests, live music, great friends, good snacks, and YOUR SUPPORT! Stop by the station during the day, or help us celebrate the conclusion of the Spring Drive with live performances by Regal Cheese at 7pm and The Lost Boys at 8pm downstairs in the Cable House!

 

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