Earthsongs

Earthsongs gives listeners the chance to explore the Native influences that help shape and define contemporary American music.

Blue Monday

Glorious R & B from the '30s though the '50s.

email - bluemonday@ksfr.org

Beyond Borders

An enthusiastic exploration of music from all around the world, from a true World traveler.

email - beyondborders@ksfr.org

Living Juicy

Now in it's thirteenth year, Living Juicy delivers the people, events, ideas that are outside the mainstream. I talk with artists, healers. writers, musicians, chefs, directors, actors, filmmakers, anthropologists and visionaries whose work is often alternative and inspiring. For an archive of over 300 of some of the best guests and to contact me, please check out my website www.livingjuicy.org

email - livingjuicy@ksfr.org

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Jazz Impressions

Exploring the origins of American Jazz, it's sub genres across the decades and the globe, and the individuals who's jazz impressions will never die.

email - jazzimpressions@ksfr.org

Round Midnight

"'Round Midnight" is a program that always has a theme for its two hours. The musical spectrum is represented over time with programs featuring classical, jazz, ethnic and American genres, among others.

email - roundmidnight@ksfr.org

Santa Fe Radio Cafe

Live from the Santa Fe Baking Company, KSFR's daily talk show featuring people you know and others you'd like to. Community-spirited, smart talk: From Presidential candidates and nationally known experts to local Santa Fe artists, authors, healers, and minor miscreants. It's where all of Santa Fe has time to talk.

email - radiocafe@ksfr.org

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Mary-Charlotte Domandi  is the award-winning producer and host of the Santa Fe Radio Café on KSFR 101.FM.  A graduate of Yale University and St. John’s College, she interviews people on topics ranging from literature and the arts to politics, science, and environmental issues—all from a corner table at the Santa Fe Baking Company.  A student of Cuban social and folkloric music and dance, Domandi is also a Latin music D.J.

Like many denizens of Santa Fe, Peter Lloyd has had a varied past.  Born in England, he completed a bachelor’s degree in economics as well as an apprenticeship as a joiner and cabinetmaker there.  He then came to the U.S., where he received a Ph.D. in American history and - later – a master’s degree in architecture.  Peter has taught college and post-graduate courses in history, building technology, and design and detailing for wood construction, in addition to working briefly as a museum director.  In 1989 he founded WoodTech Corporation, an architectural woodwork firm that he moved to New Mexico in 1994.  

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