Here is a list of the upcoming Fall programming changes:
The Local Coronavirus Update with Dr. Drew Colfax has moved to 9am on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, alternating with Mind/Body Health.
The Farm and Garden Show has moved to Thursday afternoons at 3pm with hosts Elizabeth Archer and Matthew and Lama Gammett.
Pride Radio Mendocino has moved from Thursday evenings to 7pm on the 2nd and 4th Fridays, alternating with two NEW local public affairs programs still in the works, stay tuned for more information.... In the meantime, expect special programming on the 1st and 3rd Fridays at 7pm.
Here is the updated lineup for Thursday evenings at 7pm:
1st Be More Now with host Blake More
2nd Univeral Perspectives with host Chris Skyhawk
3rd Corporations & Democracy with hosts Steve Scalmanini and Annie Esposito
4th Inside Education with Michelle Hutchins
5th Special Public Affairs TBD
The Shortwave Report and The California Report Magazine will move to Saturday at 6pm starting November 20th. They will replace Left, Right and Center on Saturday evenings.
On the Media will return to its previous time slot of 6pm on Sunday starting November 21st.
The Sports Phone with Jim and Jerry Young will premier at its new time, 7pm on Sunday beginning November 21st.
Starting in December, Citizen U will move to Wednesday mornings at 9am, alternating with Karen Ottoboni and TKO. Both programs feature discussion about local politics and government. County Supervisor Dan Gjerde will join Mari Rodin as Citizen U's co-host.
Starting December 1, Forthright Radio with Joy LaClaire will be heard Friday mornings at 9am, alternating with Politics, A Love Story hosted by Bob Bushansky.
Please check our downloadable schedule if you have questions, or contact Program Director Alicia Bales at email@example.com