Thu 11.27 6:30pm
Naturalist and author of the Eat-A-Bug cookbook David G. Gordon discusses how grasshopper ranching can save the environment on The Write Question.
Fri 11.28 2pm
A “banquet” of jazz tunes for the season of feasts on Riverwalk Jazz.
Sat 11.29 7pm
Soothing voices and free-spirited instrumentals in Celtic Music on the Thistle & Shamrock.
Sun 11.30 noon
From The Top hears from a 13-year-old violinist, 17-year-old soprano taught by her Grammy winning mom, and four New World Symphony fellows who are alumni of the show.
Mon 12.01 2pm
A pre-Grammy winning young Harry Connick Jr. joins Marian McPartland in an encore Piano Jazz.
Tue 12.02 7pm
How certain natural health care techniques relieve stress in the nation’s busiest trauma center on Humankind.
Wed 12.03 11am
The Daedalus Quartet performs Webern’s Langsamer Satz for String Quartet from the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.
Thu 12.04 9pm
An examination of hypocrisy on Philosophy Talk.
Fri 12.05 2pm
Clarinet phenomenon Dave Bennett joins the Jim Cullum Jazz Band to explore the legacy of Benny Goodman on Riverwalk Jazz.
Sat 12.06 7pm
How Celtic Music is tied to the music of the mountains in the southern U.S. on The Thistle & Shamrock.
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w/ Chérie Newman
Thursdays at 6:30pm
David G. Gordon
For many Americans, eating a lowly insect is something you’d only do on a dare. But with naturalist and noted bug chef David George Gordon, bug-eating is fun, exciting, and downright delicious! Now you can impress, enlighten, and entertain your family and friends with Gordon’s one-of-a-kind recipes. Spice things up at the next neighborhood potluck with a big bowl of Orthopteran Orzo—pasta salad with a cricket-y twist. Conquer your fear of spiders with a Deep-Fried Tarantula. And for dessert, why not try a White Chocolate and Wax Worm Cookie? During this program, David Gordon explains how grasshopper ranching can save the environment.
Ground with Brian Kahn
Tuesdays at 6:30pm
For the richest society in history, hunger is an awkward reality. Ann Waickman, with 13 years as director of Helena Foodshare, knows.
Matters w/ Rachel Rockafellow
first Monday of every month @ 6:30pm
Matters is a monthly program featuring interviews and informative
segments focusing on health, hosted by registered nurse and Bozeman
resident Rachel Rockafellow (MSN, RN, CCCN).
Of the West
last Monday of every month @ 6:30pm
Of the West is a monthly radio program hosted by composer/pianist Philip
Aaberg, focusing on regionalism and creativity.
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