Recent Episodes

Cowtown Conversations • January 23, 9:00pm – 10:00pm

Conversation withMarilyn Chappell of Exceeds Expectations about retirement planning for ages 50-59

Join us as we have a conversation with Marilyn Chappell of Exceeds Expectations about retirement planning for ages 50-59

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Artspeak Radio • January 23, 12:00am – 1:00am

ARTSPEAK RADIO + Gunard Polite, Kwanzaa Humphrey, Emily Smalter, & Ari Fish

ARTSPEAK RADIO Wednesday, January 22, 2020, noon- 1pm CST, 90.1fm KKFI Kansas City Community Radio, streaming live

Wednesday MidDay Medley • January 22, 4:00pm – 6:00pm

WMM with Hadiza. + Les Izmore + Scott Hobart

Wednesday MidDay Medley welcomes special guests: Hadiza., Les Izmore, and Scott Hobart. Plus, Mark plays more New & MidCoastal Releases from: The Pedaljets, Una Walkenhorst, Miss Boating, Jametatone (J Ashley Miller) and Blastocyst, EBONY TUSKS, Adam Scott York, Miki P & the Swallowtails, Hadiza., Arquesta Del SolSoul, The Black Creatures, GIANTS CHAIR, Emily King, Anti Flag, and David Byrne's American Utopia on Broadway. We'll also play Kate Bush and David Bowie.

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Jaws of Justice Radio • January 20, 3:00pm – 4:00pm

Hear Qadhafi, founder of HugYoHood

Tune in Monday to hear us talk with Qadhafi about his activism, contributions and insights to the movement as a formerly incarcerated person. During the second half of our hour, host Melvin Merritt discusses sex trafficking in our community.  There are estimated to be more than 4 million people – half younger than 18 - in human trafficking across the country. 

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EcoRadio KC • January 20, 6:00am – 7:00am

Craig Volland, Agriculture Committee Chair of the Kansas Sierra Club, warns us of CAFOs

Craig Volland, Agriculture Committee Chair of the Kansas Sierra Club, is our guest and our discussion will plow deeply into modern agriculture methods employed to produce food. We want to produce healthy foods we can consume in a liveable environment. 

Arts Magazine • January 20, 6:00am – 7:00am

Arts Magazine: “Spinning Tree Theatre”

"Girl Friend" 

Michael Grayman Parkhurst-Director, Artistic Director, Co-Founder

Jeremy Ragland-Actor

Dakkota Hagar-Actor

Global Roots Radio • January 19, 9:00pm – 11:00pm

The India show with Venkat Manda

A variety of Bollywood music and happenings from the greater KC Desi community!

Every Woman • January 19, 3:00am – 4:00am

Every Woman • Jan. 18, 2020

Join us for this week's Every Woman, as we speak with another wonderful guest - Diane Hopkins, a beautiful, young, waitress who grew up in the foster system. She will be sharing her journey and aspirations with us.

That's at 3pm Central Time, on 90.1 FM, streaming on or various apps on your phones! And be sure to keep up with Every Woman at our Facebook page which you can find right here!

WomanSong • January 18, 11:00pm – 1:00am

WomanSong • January 18, 2020

Woman-Centered music telling stories of women’s lives.

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Freeze Frame • January 18, 10:58am – 11:00am

Freeze Frame: “Bad Boys for Life” (R), “Troop Zero” (PG), “Disturbing the Peace” (R)

After a 17-year hiatus, Will Smith and Martin Lawrence are reunited in the comic action thriller, “Bad Boys for Life,” the third entry in the franchise that began in 1995. These Miami based detectives are getting long in the tooth and it shows as they’re targeted for assassination by a Mexican drug cartel. Everything about this absurd and violent R-rated movie is over the top and beat-by-beat predictable, but Smith and Lawrence manage to save the day and the movie with their goofy humor and personal appeal. Watcha gonna do?

Oscar winners Viola Davis and Allison Janney star alongside young McKenna Grace in the self-consciously whimsical comedy, “Troop Zero.” McKenna plays a pre-teen social outcast in a small Georgia town in the 1970s who recruits a group of misfits to form a Birdie Scout troop. This is the sort of wacky movie that aims to charm us with its eccentricity. This sentimental, sweet natured movie benefits greatly from it’s solid and likable cast.

Actor Guy Pearce goes slumming for a paycheck in the ridiculous action thriller, “Disturbing the Peace.” Pearce plays a marshal and former Texas Ranger who goes to battle with a gang of biker bank robbers in a small southern town. The plot, dialogue and direction are laughably bad, but not quite bad enough to make “Disturbing the Peace” a campy pleasure.

Also opening this week, Robert Downey, Jr. stars in “Dolittle,” a family film about the famed doctor and veterinarian who could talk to animals. “The Corrupted” is a violent British crime thriller starring Sam Claflin. “The Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson” is a thriller that claims to offer a new angle on the O.J. Simpson murders. Mena Suvari stars. “Weathering With You” is Japanese anime offering about a girl with power over the weather.


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