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KWMR Program Schedule
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Monday, September 1
 
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12:00 AM DeepWaking

New series. First presentation is Clarissa Pinkola Estes' "How To Love A Woman."

Anthony Wright
1:00 AM Music with Professor Kosmo

Bridging the gap.....

Professor Kosmo
7:00 AM Day 6 (CBC)

A weekly wrap from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

New Day & Time, earlier..... Starting January 11, Day 6 moves to Saturdays, 10-11 am. KWMR will continue the broadcast on Mondays at 7 am, as a repeat of the Saturday airing.

Find Day 6 online here: http://www.cbc.ca/day6/

8:00 AM With Eyes Open!

8:30 am Park Wavelengths with Loretta Farley

9:30 am KT's Kitchen

Peter Asmus
10:00 AM Turning Pages "At Nature's Pace"

Janet Robbins and Lyons Filmer read books about the natural world and our human relationship to it.

Lyons Filmer, Janet Robbins
11:00 AM The Bioneers

The series........

Earlier Time Starting Monday, January 13, 2014, the Bioneers moves half an hour earlier to start at 11 am.

The show repeats every other Monday morning 8:30-9 am, starting September 8, 2014.

You can find the radio series online: http://www.bioneers.org/bioneers-radio-series/

11:30 AM Trash to Treasure

Re-use, Re-new, re-cycle.

New Time Starting Monday, January 7, 2014, Trash to Treasure moves to mornings at 11:30 am.

Madeline Hope
12:00 PM Farm and Foodshed Report

The crucial stories impacting our local farms and foodshed — from GMOs to local cheesemakers.

Robin Carpenter
1:00 PM West Marin Matters

West Marin Matters:

1st Mondays "Ocean Currents" with Jennifer Stock

2nd and 4th Mondays "Post-Carbon" with Bing Gong and Bernie Stephan

3rd and 5th Mondays TBA

 

Bing Gong, Bernie Stephan, Jennifer Stock
2:00 PM Cruisin'

Cruisin

Rick Clark
4:00 PM Youth DJ Project

Current Youth DJ Hosts

NEW: Starting in August 2014 YDP airs Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 4-5 pm

Current Youth DJ participants include

Tomales High Radio Show pre-produced at Tomales High with Tami Pallingston.
TBYC (Tomales Bay Youth Center) students present their favorite music. With Chris Eckert or Madeline Hope.

The Loft with Heather Richardson from San Geronimo Valley Community Center.

NEW in July 2014: Michael Dunn, Duncan Jackson, Noah Wheeler, Rachel Rothken

See Devon McMorrow's archives at "Retro Rock Hour."

See Declan Katz's archives at "Declan's Hour of Soul."

WANT TO BE A YOUTH RADIO DJ?

General Information

The Youth DJ project strives to increase the number of youth engaged with radio and audio production by means of specialized program tracks for individual participants, as well as school facilitated trips for whole classes or groups of students. The project uses radio as a way to give voice to local youth, and also enables KWMR to work towards its goal of establishing a link to local schools by working with students and teachers to create innovative ways to enrich classroom curriculum with radio. The program currently offers three different tracks for individual youth participants:

Internship Track

KWMR's internship program is for students 14 or older*. Internships that have certain criteria in subject matter, duration, or other school-related specification can be discussed and accommodated with the station Program Director. Other students wishing to design their own internship experience will also be able to work with the Program Director and Station Manager to develop their programming ideas. Internship can be either on-air (meaning that the intern's work would involve board operating time) or off-air (meaning that the intern's work would not involve being on live radio). On-air interns will be required to complete the necessary Studio A training. On-air interns will also complete 10 hours of supervised board operation with the help of an adult mentor. Past internships have been completed by high school seniors at Sir Francis Drake High School in San Anselmo.

Music DJ Track

The Music DJ track is available to students ages 14 and older* looking to have a regular programming spot as a music DJ. All students will receive the on-air Studio A training, and fill out a volunteer agreement form. Student DJs will also complete 10 hours of supervised board operation with the help of an adult mentor. KWMR currently has multiple student DJs doing live shows.

News Reporting/Audio Production Track

The News Reporting/Audio Production track allows students to create their own news or other audio pieces for submission. News pieces will be considered for airing during the news. Other audio production will either be aired during the times allocated for youth DJ programming, or put on a KWMR youth DJ website to be used for future airings. Students with a background in audio production are welcome to submit whenever possible. For students who do not have a background in audio production, KWMR offers production training. This training is designed specifically to give students experience with the equipment and understanding of the process of audio production. This track is a great way to get involved for youth who are unable to commit to a regular show or internship!

KWMR also has ways for whole classes or student groups to get involved!

Some options include:

  • School projects: Students can fulfill certain requirements of school projects by producing audio, coming on the radio to conduct an interview, etc.
  • Poetry readings, music, etc: we love to have classes come and read their poetry assignments, show off their music talents, or present any other academic work they have been doing as a whole!
  • School-to-career credits
  • Media programs: media programs can air their student work on the radio, or put it up on the KWMR youth site to reach a larger audience.

For a Youth DJ Program Application, click here

For a Class Field Trip Request form, click here

For more information, contact Lyons Filmer at programming@kwmr.org

* 14 years is a general age requirement. The station reserves the ability to use their discretion regarding age and maturity when accepting students as interns or DJs.

KWMR thanks the Public Insight Network, the West Marin Fund, and the Bolinas-Stinson Beach Library Improvement Society for their support of the Youth DJ Project.

Michael Dunn, Duncan Jackson, Devon McMorrow, Rachel Rothken, Noah Wheeler
5:00 PM Epicenter: West Marin Affairs

BIG NEWS! Epicenter: West Marin Affairs is now KWMR's regular one-stop-shop for community information and local issues coverage.

NEW TIME: Mon-Thurs, 5 - 5:30 PM 

3rd Wednesdays = "Politics 101" with Herb Kutchins.

1st Thursdays = "Témas de Inmigración" con Socorro Romo, Alyssa Simpson, Augusto Conde, Jesus Martinez

Katie Eberle, Lyons Filmer
5:30 PM As It Happens (CBC)

Daily news from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

NEW Starting Monday, January 13, 2014 KWMR adds a same-day broadcast of "As It Happens" at 5:30-6:30 pm Monday-Thursday.

We will continue to air each episode early the following morning......so, Monday evening's show airs Tuesdays at 7 am, and so forth...The Friday program airs at 6 am Saturdays, just before KWMR's "Morning Glory."

You can check them out online: http://www.cbc.ca/asithappens/

6:30 PM Release Me

New music in the Americana vein.

Amanda Eichstaedt
8:30 PM Silver Dollar Jukebox

"Spinning 45 rpm records — vintage music the way it was meant to be heard."

Peter Martinelli
10:00 PM Music with Professor Kosmo

Bridging the gap.....

Professor Kosmo
12:00 AM The Weekly Feed

Multi-genre contemporary sounds with Kyle Meredith. To see the website, click here.