Thu 11.13 9pm
An exploration of identities lost and found in a global age of migration and alienation on Philosophy Talk.
Fri 11.14 2pm
Pianist and Concord recording artist Shelly Berg joins the Tim Cullum Jazz Band for a session of jazz standards on Riverwalk Jazz.
Sat 11.15 1pm
Dr. Zorba Paster takes listeners’ calls and discusses lifestyle, diet, medicines and tips for healthy living on Zorba Paster On Your Health.
Sun 11.16 noon
From the Top joins the Cincinnati Starling Project with young musicians playing Mozart, Elgar and Schumann.
Mon 11.17 2pm
One of the pioneers of R&B, Grammy winning actress/vocalist Ruth Brown discusses her musical roots on Piano Jazz.
Tue 11.18 7pm
UCLA education professor explains why education’s focus should be expanded beyond creating members of the work force on Humankind.
Wed 11.19 11am
A program of American Diversity featuring Smith’s Vignettes -- Ellis Island by mezzo-soprano Stephanie Blythe and pianist Warren Jones on Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.
Thu 11.20 6:30pm
Bruce Holbert discusses how western mythology damages the West and the people living there and reads from his novel The Hour of Lead on The Write Question.
Fri 11.21 2pm
Big Band Leaders and their small combos on Riverwalk Jazz.
Sat 11.22 7pm
Celtic dance music with traditional dance bands from Ireland and Scotland on The Thistle & Shamrock.
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Ground with Brian Kahn
Tuesdays at 6:30pm
Your wife's birthday dinner in Fort Benton was truly fine and unusual. The chef came by the table—a highly interesting man. Meet Ben Thorpe, the Grand Union Hotel's head chef.
w/ Chérie Newman
Thursdays at 6:30pm
The Things They Carried is a critically acclaimed novel, written as a collection of semi-autobiographical, inter-related short-stories inspired by Tim O'Brien's experiences in the Vietnam War. He has also published a memoir and seven other novels. During this program, O'Brien talks about the difference between “story truth” and “happening truth” and tells why fiction sometimes gets at truth in ways nonfiction never can. He also reads a few short passages from "The Lives of the Dead."
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.
Montana Public Media
an online collaboration
Montana Public Media is a collaboration between Yellowstone Public Radio, MontanaPBS, Montana Public Radio, and The University of Montana School of Journalism. Using multi-media technology, this partnership will provide daily news reporting along with in-depth documentary coverage of Montana politics.