Regular Schedule of Broadcast Shows
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NPR News at the top of the hour
Two Early Morning Show
Monday, Wednesday, Friday with Nigel
Tuesday and Thursday with Mike
Monday through Friday
A daily, global, independent news hour
anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and
Juan Gonzalez. Democracy Now! presents daily headlines
followed by in-depth discussions from a rich diversity of
people and perspectives rarely heard from in
mainstream media, Guests include international
journalists, scholars, respected scientists,
authors, analysts, artists, filmmakers and ordinary
people who are most affected by the news events.
Click here for a list of Democracy Now! awards.
Monday through Friday
Freeway Jam Drive Time Show
Every Weekday - 3:00pm-6:00pm
A show featuring music from India.
Hosted by Dr. Chakshu Gupta.
Every Sunday at 10:00 am.
Every Sunday - 8:00am-10:00am
Every Sunday - 9:00pm ~ 10:00pm
Area Road Report
Every Day - 2:00am, 9:00am, Noon, 6:00pm
A look at alternative music
Black Snake Creek
A semi-monthly show featuring progressive music and history.
First and Third Saturday
of each month - 5:00 pm
This show features music from the personal collections of SJMF members.
Every Sunday, 2:00 pm.
This show features "solid standards from the great American songbook". This is music you won't hear on normal rotation.
Hosted by Radio Bob, broadcast live from the Indian Hotel.
Sundays, 4:00 pm.
Dr. Ducks Guitar Prescription
From Las Vegas, it's 60 minutes of the best guitarists
genres of music.
Hendrix, Farlow, Montgomery, Atkins, Clapton,
Kessell, Allman, Dunn and the list goes on.
A new show every week.
(This show is a delayed broadcast.)
Hosted by David Burns.
2 hours of
"Let's explore some organized sound"
First Sunday, 10:00 to Midnight
All Vinyl, all the time.
Sundays at midnight
Country Memories Show
Just like an opry with country, bluegrass, comedy,
gospel and much more.
From the evolution of country music (1920s) through
Saturdays, 10:00am to 1:00pm.
We have three new shows planned for the near future.
Hello From St. Joseph
This will be aimed at our European audience and feature
artists from Missouri.
The show will be broadcast on Sundays.
A show featuring comedy artists such as Firesign Theatre.
An alternative music show featuring new artists as well as past
St. Joseph Missouri is proud to call Coleman Hawkins their own. Coleman was born here in 1904 and the city has a park and statue dedicated to this great Jazz Tenor Sax player.
Every year the "Coleman Hawkins Jazz
Festival" takes place in
the park and features some of the most extraordinary musicians of
SJMF Radio now has online the complete catalog of Coleman Hawkins.
At 51 CDs and almost 800 pieces, this is the largest collection of Hawkins
you will find in one place.
Every piece is requestable through the radio station.
SJMF video feed #1
SJMF video feed #2
(This video feed is not up 24 hours a day.)
Views expressed by show hosts and guests are not
necessarily those of the St. Joseph Music Foundation or
those associated with the Foundation.