Every membership drive we like to ask our members their favorite shows.  Here’s a list of our member’s favorites from the Summer Membership Drive:

Morning Edition = 666
All Things Considered = 595
Wait, Wait Don’t Tell Me = 514
Car Talk = 505
This American Life = 385
Fresh Air = 323
Prairie Home Companion = 286
Thomas Jefferson Hour = 277
Blue Plate Special = 154
Democracy Now = 145
News = 141
Everything = 137
Vicky = 125
Music Mix = 122
Splendid Table = 115
BBC = 96
Weekend Edition = 82
NPR = 80
Bob Edwards Show = 78
Radio Lab = 74
Celtic = 58
The World = 53
Jazz Excursion = 50
Being = 49
The Moth = 46
NPR Hourly News = 42
Saturday Programming = 40
Brickhouse = 37
Marketplace Morning Report = 34
Weekend Edition – Saturday = 34
E-town = 32
Earth and Sky = 31
Western Skies = 30
Vintage Voltage = 27
Thistle & shamrock = 26
Local news = 25
Jeff Bieri = 23
Grass Roots Revival = 21
To the Best of Our Knowledge = 20
Living on Earth = 19
Dr. Science = 18
Reggae = 18
Writer’s Almanac = 16
Big Something = 12
Studio 360 = 10
Talk of the Nation = 10
Left, Right and Center = 9
Weekend Edition – Sunday = 9
Sunday Programming = 8
Sound Opinions = 7
Weekend Edition – Puzzler = 7
Tino Tunes at Two = 6
Whadya Know = 6
Jeanette = 5
KRCC Concerts = 5
Middle Distance = 5
Planet Groove = 5
TBS = 5
Weekend Programming = 5
Oscillation Propagation = 4
Planet Money = 4
Story Corps = 4
World Cafe = 4
Capcov = 3
Hearts of Space = 3
Steve Inskeep = 3
Day to Day = 2
Money Market Report = 2
Pulse of the Planet = 2
This Way Out = 2
Away with Words = 1
Bente = 1
Best of Knowledge = 1
Carol’s Late Night = 1
Commentary = 1
High Frequency Poetry = 1
Local Announcers = 1
Math Judgement = 1
Music = 1
New Dimensions = 1
On Being = 1
On the Media = 1
Ron Lee = 1
Says you = 1
Sunday Puzzle = 1
Surround sounds = 1

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4 Responses to Ever wondered which shows KRCC members like the most?

  1. Sheri Bauers says:

    Obviously, we fans of Capitol Coverage/Bente Birkeland and Morning Market Report need to list those and not the popular ones so you don’t take those away from us!

    Thanks as always for the best radio station ever!

  2. Sheri Bauers says:

    Oh! I just realized the show I am listening to is not on the list! Sound Opinions is an hour of two of the smartest journalists in music interviewing and playing amazing musicians and their music. I don’t even listen to any of this type of music in real life, but the quality of the show is so awesome I am glued to my radio every Friday night from 8-9

  3. Jacob says:

    Allright check it out…let’s see if we can get Jacob from the Saturday overnight music mix (midnight until 2am Sun. morning) on the best of list for the fall drive!!! I think together we can make it happen :)

  4. Jacob says:

    That’s right…look out Keillor…I’m coming for you! You too Jenkinson.

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