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We will have some alternate programming in place throughout this period.  All of our regularly-scheduled programs will be back as soon as possible.

 ~ Wednesday ~

02:00:00 ~ JazzWorks with David Jaye
JazzWorks is…
…classic recordings by many of the legends of American music.
…new music by emerging artists from all over the world, presented by hosts who know the music and the artists.
…an entertaining, engaging tour of an American treasure.

06:00:00 ~ JazzWorks with Helen Wigger
JazzWorks is…
…classic recordings by many of the legends of American music.
…new music by emerging artists from all over the world, presented by hosts who know the music and the artists.
…an entertaining, engaging tour of an American treasure.

10:00:00 ~ JazzWorks with Bob Studebaker
JazzWorks is…
…classic recordings by many of the legends of American music.
…new music by emerging artists from all over the world, presented by hosts who know the music and the artists.
…an entertaining, engaging tour of an American treasure.

11:00:00 ~ With Good Reason with Sarah McConnell
Replay: Future Farming of America
The Appalachian region has seen a decline in coal and tobacco—two industries that once boomed there. Could hemp be a way to boost the local economy and repair the lands damaged by coal mining?

Plus: When the FDA approved the sale of genetically modified salmon, some consumers were alarmed by the prospect of consuming “Frankenfish.” But are all genetically modified foods dangerous?

Also: A thoughtful look at how to get more disenfranchised minorities and people who are economically at risk involved in environmental activism.

12:00:00 ~ JazzWorks with Bob Studebaker
JazzWorks is…
…classic recordings by many of the legends of American music.
…new music by emerging artists from all over the world, presented by hosts who know the music and the artists.
…an entertaining, engaging tour of an American treasure.

13:00:00 ~ Jazz with David Basse
Experience a unique blend of jazz and related music on Jazz with David Basse. In addition to the latest releases and a deep treasure trove of jazz classics; David adds roots and blues, Latin spice, and the occasional popular classic, all with a goal of creating the most complete history of American music available. As a drummer and vocalist, David’s well-seasoned voice has come to represent the mix of jazz and blues that is Kansas City. He is a life-long musician, that hosts the Jazz Scene on Kansas Public Radio. He is a founding member of the cast of 12th Street Jump, public radio’s weekly jazz, blues and comedy jam - offered for the past decade on PRX. By presenting 3 hours of well mixed jazz each weekday- David gives you the rest of the story.

16:00:00 ~ Jazz Potpourri –Re-air:   Jazz Discoveries with Robert Bullington
Alto saxophone legend Richie Cole passed away in his sleep on May 2nd.  Tune in for a re-broadcast of our 2018 program with Richie Cole and Alto Madness Orchestra recorded at the 1867 Sanctuary in Ewing, New Jersey.

Thank you for all of the great music and memories, Richie … we’re going to miss you!

18:00:00 ~ JazzWorks with Helen Wigger
JazzWorks is…
…classic recordings by many of the legends of American music.
…new music by emerging artists from all over the world, presented by hosts who know the music and the artists.
…an entertaining, engaging tour of an American treasure.

19:00:00 ~ Strike Up the Band with Ted Otten & Michael Kownacky
June is traditionally the month of brides and weddings, so we're kicking June off with a program of "he-and-she duets" which don't include as many romantic moments as you might expect. Margaret Whiting pairs with both Johnny Mercer and Jimmy Wakely. The Helen O'Connell/Ray Eberly team is represented by five songs including their justly famous "Green Eyes" from 1941. Dick Haymes is paired by Eileen Wilson, Helen Forrest and Patty Andrews, and the team of Jo Stafford/Gordon MacRae is on hand for a pair of selections. Bing Crosby teams with Connee Boswell, and Joan Leslie teams with Dennis Morgan for their 1943 recording of "I'm Riding for a Fall" from the film THANK YOUR LUCKY STARS.

20:00:00 ~ JazzWorks with Helen Wigger
JazzWorks is…
…classic recordings by many of the legends of American music.
…new music by emerging artists from all over the world, presented by hosts who know the music and the artists.
…an entertaining, engaging tour of an American treasure.

22:00:00 ~ JazzWorks with Bob Studebaker
JazzWorks is…
…classic recordings by many of the legends of American music.
…new music by emerging artists from all over the world, presented by hosts who know the music and the artists.
…an entertaining, engaging tour of an American treasure.

 ~ Thursday ~

02:00:00 ~ JazzWorks with David Jaye
JazzWorks is…
…classic recordings by many of the legends of American music.
…new music by emerging artists from all over the world, presented by hosts who know the music and the artists.
…an entertaining, engaging tour of an American treasure.

06:00:00 ~ JazzWorks with Helen Wigger
JazzWorks is…
…classic recordings by many of the legends of American music.
…new music by emerging artists from all over the world, presented by hosts who know the music and the artists.
…an entertaining, engaging tour of an American treasure.

10:00:00 ~ JazzWorks with Bob Studebaker
JazzWorks is…
…classic recordings by many of the legends of American music.
…new music by emerging artists from all over the world, presented by hosts who know the music and the artists.
…an entertaining, engaging tour of an American treasure.

12:00:00 ~ The Modern Jazz Radio Show with Tom Tallitsch
'The Modern Jazz Radio Show' - Hosted by Tom Tallitsch Featuring an eclectic mix of today's jazz artists.

13:00:00 ~ Jazz with David Basse
Experience a unique blend of jazz and related music on Jazz with David Basse. In addition to the latest releases and a deep treasure trove of jazz classics; David adds roots and blues, Latin spice, and the occasional popular classic, all with a goal of creating the most complete history of American music available. As a drummer and vocalist, David’s well-seasoned voice has come to represent the mix of jazz and blues that is Kansas City. He is a life-long musician, that hosts the Jazz Scene on Kansas Public Radio. He is a founding member of the cast of 12th Street Jump, public radio’s weekly jazz, blues and comedy jam - offered for the past decade on PRX. By presenting 3 hours of well mixed jazz each weekday- David gives you the rest of the story.

16:00:00 ~ JazzWorks with David Jaye
JazzWorks is…
…classic recordings by many of the legends of American music.
…new music by emerging artists from all over the world, presented by hosts who know the music and the artists.
…an entertaining, engaging tour of an American treasure.

19:00:00 ~ Block Party Radio with Kim Scott
Block Party Radio is an upbeat, urbane show, with a host that is brimming with enthusiasm about the Contemporary Jazz scene today.  New to radio, Kim is a fresh voice and an advocate for the new artists of her generation.  And she introduces us to many of them in the show each week.

20:00:00 ~ JazzWorks with Helen Wigger
JazzWorks is…
…classic recordings by many of the legends of American music.
…new music by emerging artists from all over the world, presented by hosts who know the music and the artists.
…an entertaining, engaging tour of an American treasure.

22:00:00 ~ JazzWorks with Bob Studebaker
JazzWorks is…
…classic recordings by many of the legends of American music.
…new music by emerging artists from all over the world, presented by hosts who know the music and the artists.
…an entertaining, engaging tour of an American treasure.

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 ~ Tuesday ~