delaneysnapshotDear Friends,

We’ve been doing research on programs at KRCC; we’ve also been testing a few shows for the past year or so.  We have some exciting changes to announce affecting our weekend line-up.

We’re happy to announce that after hugely favorable response from members and ratings, we’re going to add Radiolab, The Moth Radio Hour and Snap Judgment to our permanent Saturday line-up.  We’re adding an additional hour of Weekend Edition from 9-10am.  We will add Mountain Stage to the line-up in the coming weeks, as well.  Finally, WireTap will return to the schedule after This American Life on Sunday.

Speaking of WireTap, Jonathan Goldstein, WireTap host and This American Life alum, will be on the Colorado College campus Tuesday, February 5th from 7-8:30pm for Cornerstone Arts Week.  He’ll be part of a panel discussion on religion, politics and humor.  Programming fees for WireTap provided by Colorado College’s Cultural Attractions Fund.  Please attend!

We hope you enjoy the new line-up.  Please email any comments to delaney(at)krcc.org.

DelaneySig

 

 

Delaney Utterback
General Manager

PS Visit our program schedule page to print yourself a new program guide for the fridge.
PPS We’ve recently added ALL KRCC music programs to our streaming archive.  If you miss a music show, hear it in the archive.

 

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