Ken Siebert

Program Director

Ken Siebert began work at YPR in 1992 as a part-time, evening board operator. He was hired full time in 1994. Over the years, Ken has hosted, co-hosted, produced, and edited a number of ongoing local programs and special interview programs, including a decade as Marvin Granger's co-host on the call-in program Your Opinion, Please!.

Ways to Connect

Anna Paige

Creative people are always looking for the right venue to show or produce their work. Aaron Rosen, Sherri Cornett, and Jane Deschner may live in Billings, but their work is seen in galleries across the U.S.


Phil Davey

On this episode of Field Days, Columbus farmer Phil Davey is able to take a brief break.  


The Yellowstone Art Museum, located on North 27th Street in the heart of downtown Billings, exhibits, interprets, collects, and preserves art, with an emphasis on Montana and surrounding regions, for the enrichment, education, inspiration, and enjoyment of all.  In March 2018, Bryan Knicely replaced longtime YAM director Robyn Peterson, who left in December 2017. Knicely recently served as the executive director of the Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science, in Southwest Indiana. Under his leadership, the museum earned its re-accreditation in 2017. Knicely brought world-class exhibitions from national and international artists to Evansville. 

Phil Davey

On this episode of Field Days, Stillwater County farmer Phil Davey discovers it is too wet to plant his sunflowers.


Phil Davey

On this episode of Field Days, Stillwater County farmer Phil Davey gets moving on his weeks-long irrigation saga.


Field Days: Wheat Delivery

Jun 18, 2018
Matt Brown

On this episode of Field Days, Stillwater County farmer Phil Davey delivers the last of 2017's wheat crop.


Matt Brown

On this episode of Field Days, Stillwater County farmer Phil Davey's place is literally underwater after days of rain.  


Field Days: Irrigation

Jun 4, 2018
courtesy Phil Davey

On this episode of Field Days, Stillwater County farmer Phil Davey gets his irrigation ditch going.


Resounds: Jon Lodge, Jodi Lightner

May 29, 2018
Anna Paige

Jon Lodge and Jodi Lightner are contemporary Montana artists working in a variety of media in new and unexpected ways. Both Jon and Jodi use art as a language that gives meaning to the fabricated world around them. The artists discuss the creative process, influences, and describe their complex work for our listening audience.


courtesy Phil Davey

On this episode of Field Days, Stillwater County farmer Phil Davey quite literally works around the clock planting spring wheat and chickpeas in a race against time.

  

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