Upcoming Episodes

First Wave • October 2, 2:00am – 3:00am

Classic Punk and New Wave and More

First Wave takes you back to the genesis and evolution of Punk and New Wave and employs the genres' songs to bring context and understanding of why and from where Punk rock and New Wave emerged and its impact on bands into the 21st century.

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Deep Threes • October 2, 3:00am – 5:00am

Deep Threes: 10/02/23

Deep Threes is the weekly radio show that brings you eclectic instrumental soundscapes that fuse jazz, electronica, soundtracks, modern classical, experimental music and more. “Deep” is a nod to the deep tracks of the past. “Threes” refers to the MP3s that fill up our hard drives and computing clouds. Since going on the air in 2010, Deep Threes has brought the listener long pieces that take music beyond boundaries. New releases from independent artists. Rediscovered gems from the past. Compelling pieces with room to breathe. Music with bite, passion and depth.

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Exploration • October 2, 5:00am – 6:00am



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Jaws of Justice Radio • October 2, 9:00am – 10:00am


Our show on October 2nd falls on the Tenth Annual Wrongful Conviction Day. Host Latahra Smith, Founder of KC Freedom Project, will speak with Stephanie M. Burton, J.D., of Stephanie M. Burton, LLC.  No innocent person should ever spend a day in prison, and yet innocent people are wrongfully convicted and incarcerated. In the second half of our program, Latahra will speak with Mataka Askari and Sheila Bruno about Post-Incarceration Syndrome, a syndrome similar to PTSD.  Even after serving their official sentences, many people continue to suffer the mental effects. Mataka and Sheila are representatives of an amazing organization called Wife After Prison.

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EcoRadio KC • October 2, 6:00pm – 7:00pm


Host Brent Ragsdale speaks with his guest, John Peach who has started a blog, Wild Peaches, with his colleague, Jan de Wilde. Brent and John Peach will discuss peak oil.  The oil age may be coming to a close much sooner than most people realize, and there is a growing gap between expectations and the thermodynamic reality of renewable energy.

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Nuestra Musica • October 3, 12:00am – 2:00am

Nuestra Musica: CANTAUTORES

We are celebrating Cantautores: Singers/songwriters from Latin America, Spain, and Portugal.
We are presenting: Local Songwriters Andres Colin and Renesito Avich. Also Rosana, Pablo Milanes, Guadalupe Urbina, Atahualpa Yupanqui, Joaquin Sabina, Shakira, Jarabe De Palo, Piero, Violeta Parra, Victor Jara, Silvio Rodriguez, Chabuca Granda, Alberto Cortez, Cecilia, Mixael Cabrera, Javier Ruibal and much more....

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Donne del Mondo • October 3, 2:00am – 3:00am

Donne Brisk

DJ Madame B presents this #DonneBrisk edition of #DonnedelMondo, with lively, bracing, and refreshing sounds in music by women worldwide, in our weekly showcase of global music by women.

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New Dimensions • October 3, 5:00am – 6:00am

Your Voice as a Sacred Instrument and Guide with Vasavi Kumar

VASAVI KUMAR believes that our voice is a sacred instrument that is a powerful guide in releasing emotions, traumas, and difficult memories that are stored in our body. It can also be dramatically effective in transforming our lives in meaningful ways.

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Law and Disorder • October 3, 9:00am – 10:00am

Tens of Thousands Of Armenians Forced To Flee Their Homes and National Museum of the American Latino Controversy

Tens of Thousands Of Armenians Forced To Flee Their Homes
Two weeks ago, the small mountainous Republic of Artsakh was vanquished by Azeri military forces. It happened with such haste that thousands of its predominantly ethnic Armenian population had just minutes to abandon their homes.. This followed on the heels of an Azerbaijani blockade that left Armenians without food, fuel, and medicine. Artsakh has been the site of a decades-long protracted battle between Muslim and Turkish Azerbaijanis and Christian Armenians. The conflict began when Armenia and Azerbaijan were under Soviet rule. After both nations gained independence, the conflict escalated into full scale war. That war ended in 1994, with an independent Artsakh, the Armenian name for Nagorno-Karabakh, and Armenia in control of a wide swath of Azerbaijan. Guest - Alex Galitsky is the Programs Director at the Armenian National Committee of America. Alex's opinions and analysis have been published in major media outlets.

National Museum of the American Latino Controversy
In 2020, Congress appropriated funding to create a National Museum of the American Latino. Last year, the Smithsonian Institution opened a temporary preview exhibition inside the National Museum of American History. The show was slated to be the largest federally funded Smithsonian exhibit on Latino civil rights history. The nations top Latino historians and veterans of the movement gave input. It was to feature student walkouts, school integration initiatives, and environmental and immigration activism. Instead, it has become the focus of controversy within the Latino community over how Latinos in the United States should be portrayed. The Smithsonian has nixed the show; in its place will be an exhibit on salsa and Latin music. Two historians were hired to develop the exhibit on the Latino civil rights movement of the 1960s for the museum. Felipe Hinojosa a history professor at Baylor University in Texas and Johanna Fernndez, the associate professor of history at the City University of New York’s Baruch College. Guest - Professor Felipe Hinojosa is the author of Apostles of Change: Latino Radical Politics, Church Occupations, and the Fight to Save the Barrio. His research areas include Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies, American Religion, Race and Ethnicity, and Social Movements.

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One KC Radio Spotlight • October 3, 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Crown Crafted Music Series – Flamenco with Siento Y Vivo

The Flamenco music of Siento Y Vivo is presented by the Crown Crafted Music Series. 

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Radio Active Magazine • October 3, 6:00pm – 6:30pm

Redesigning Education and Reigniting Democracy

Landon Mascarenaz and Doannie Tran join host Craig Lubow to talk about their book,

The Open System: Redesigning Education and Reigniting Democracy

The Authors discuss what they, as educators, found to be the common trait in failing schools.  They will discuss possible solutions.

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CounterSpin • October 3, 6:30pm – 7:00pm

Stephen Zunes on Menendez Indictment

This week on CounterSpin: You can’t say elite US news media aren’t on the story of the federal indictment of Robert Menendez, Democratic chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. We talk with him about what’s at stake in the Menendez indictment beyond Menendez’s “political fortunes.”

Plus Janine Jackson takes a quick look at recent press coverage of the FCC and the 1973 Chilean coup.

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Pacifica Radio Archives’ “From the Vault” • October 4, 5:00am – 6:00am

From the Vault: Reies Lopez Tijerina – Lands Right Crusader

Reies Lopez Tijerina, a Chicano leader who heads a Mexican-American movement to reclaim hereditary land grants confiscated by the United States government, talks with Elsa Knight Thompson on April 5, 1968 The day after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was murdered.

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Alternative Radio • October 4, 9:00am – 10:00am

Conspiracy Culture with Naomi Klein

Conspiracy theories are as old as the hills. But today, thanks to social media algorithms that push users toward ever more emotional, fact-adverse content, it’s never been easier for wild implausible ideas and hate to go viral. Hear what professor and author Naomi Klein has to say about this subject!

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Artspeak Radio • October 4, 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Artspeak Radio + 5529 Troost Gallery, Carlos Chamon, & The Mammy Project

Artspeak Radio, Wednesday, noon – 1pm CST, 90.1fm KKFI Kansas City Community Radio, streaming live audio www.kkfi.org

Producer/host Maria Vasquez Boyd welcomes Mitch Weber & Michelle Matlock with the KC Fringe Festival, Karen Williams & Pete Ruhl, and comedian Carlos Chamon.

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Cowtown Conversations • October 5, 9:00am – 10:00am

Join us for relationship series and our first conversation with expert Angela Habeeb

Join us for relationship series and our first conversation with expert Angela Habeeb

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Sunday Morning Musical Mashup • October 8, 6:00am – 9:00am

October 8 Mashup

We're back with the second episode of our 4-week series, "The 70's Revisited" -- this one featuring cover versions of classic soul, R&B, dance and disco tunes, and occurring during KKFI's annual Fall on-air fund drive.

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The Tenth Voice (LGBTQIA) • October 14, 1:00pm – 2:00pm

The Tenth Voice • Saturday October 14, 2023 – The Rainbow Kotatsu

Join us this Saturday on The Tenth Voice as we continue our series on anime (animation) and manga (illustrated novels) dealing with LGBTQIA+ themes. As always, we’re going to give you a wonderful list of resources for LGBTQIA+ anime and manga shows that are non-cringe, non-triggering to watch!  So, be ready to squee your queer little heart out at all the fuzzy feelings and join us under the rainbow kotatsu today!

The discussion will be hosted by Fiona and Anna: Fiona is a nonbinary lesbian, and has presented in four panel sessions on Yuri and LGBTQIA+ themes in Anime, as well as assisting with engineering for anime music video (AMV) sessions at Anime Weekend Atlanta 2021 & 2022, and at Momocon 2022 & 2023, two of the largest anime conventions in the United States. Anna is a regular guest of The Rainbow Kotatsu and as well as loving anime & manga, and being a gamer, she hosts a regular Transformers podcast!

Join us this Saturday at 1pm on 90.1FM, or streaming on kkfi.org!  Keep up to date with all things Tenth Voice by visiting our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TenthVoice 

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Every Woman • October 14, 3:00pm – 4:00pm

Every Woman • October 14th 2023 • Julissa Gillig

Join us at 3pm when host Julissa Gillig has another wonderful guest.

​Please join us this Saturday at 3pm central right here on 90.1 FM KKFI Kansas City Community Radio and streaming live at KKFI.ORG.

Be sure to keep up with Every Woman https://www.facebook.com/KKFIEveryWoman/

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The Tenth Voice (LGBTQIA) • October 21, 1:00pm – 2:00pm

The Tenth Voice • October 21, 2023 – Through the Rainbow Lens

It is the third Saturday of the month and time for Through the Rainbow Lens with Matthew Koehler!

Matthew Koehler

Matthew is a lifelong thespian, a proud bisexual, and a believer in the value of artistic expression. Forged in the Omaha youth theatre scene, he went on to earn a BFA in Theatre with a concentration in acting from Kansas City's Avila University. Matthew has worked at many theaters around town, as a spotlight operator and stage manager. Growing up in the arts taught Matthew that the lessons of theatre are inherently bound to the skills it takes to cultivate a full and forthright life.

Join us this Saturday at 1pm. And keep up to date with all thing Tenth Voice by visiting our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TenthVoice 

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