KWMR On-air Talent:
KWMR is interested in proposals for new programs. Email email@example.com to contact Lyons Filmer, Program Director.
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Programmers are listed alphabetically by last name.
Bernie Stephan partners with Bing Gong on “West Marin Matters - Post Carbon, ” focusing on how we, in West Marin, are transitioning to an era that is no longer dependent on fossil fuels. We explore re-localization and increasing our community's resilience, in the face of climate change, the end of cheap oil, depletion of our natural resources and the unprecedented extinction of species. Archived podcasts and upcoming program details are at www.wmPostCarbon.com
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West Marin Matters
Jennifer is the host for West Marin Matter's-Ocean Currents the first Monday of every month. Jennifer currently works as the education and outreach coordinator with NOAA's Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary sharing the wonders of the blue ocean with many different audiences through workshops, lectures, exhibits, radio/podcasts, and more.
Her lifelong passion is witnessing the amazing l
Jimo is host of "the tammy and Jimo show" with co-host Tammy, aka Adrienne Pfeiffer, which occurs on the first Tuesday of the month at 2PM-4PM (PST) We are part of the "What's New" team and bring you newly released (or re-released) music with a modern feel, and a big dose of local and independent artist. Not the kind of show your going to hear on any of the commercial stations. Think more old school ksan style f.m. A freeform, funky, eclectic style, we hope will enterta
To Hell & Bach
Host of To Hell and Bach: Fourth-generation Californian (rare photograph of species seen here), raised in Redondo Beach, Beth’s been living in Marin for over 25 years with her strange but true cat, El Gizmo. She puts bread on the table and cat food in the bowl by writing and editing in the wonderful world of advertising. Former professions include radio announcer/programmer, vocalist, and audio and video producer. After falling in love with radio many years ago, sh
Anneke van der Veen
In moving to Point Reyes in 1999. I rediscovered classical music again after a long season, much too long, of dormancy, in which I raised a family and worked as an emergency nurse.
When KWMR approached me to become a classical music programmer, it reopened all those doors of delight and excitement again, and that is what I want to share with the audience.