Hear Dr. Robert Michael Pyle’s talk at the Columbia Forum. “One of the Pacific Northwest’s most acclaimed nature writers, Dr. Pyle of Grays River, Washington, is a lighthearted, insightful and amusing speaker on topics ranging from Bigfoot to butterflies.” Visit Podcasts on the Listen Menu.
Sunday Baroque- Noon to 4 PM on KCPB. Sunday Baroque is a weekly radio program featuring beloved and appealing music composed in the baroque era (1600-1750) and the years leading up to it. Hosted by Suzanne Bona.
Join us this Thursday night for Sonidos Latinos’ celebration of Cinco de Mayo with the joyous sounds of traditional Mexican music. Cinco de Mayo is a popular holiday that honors Mexican heritage and culture. Tune in for Sonidos Latinos this Thursday, May 3rd, at 8:30 PM.
Can’t make it to the Pete Seeger Tribute Concert on April 28th? No worries, KMUN will broadcast live from the Performing Arts Center starting at 7:00pm. Join the singalong in the privacy of your own house!
Your weekly commentary from Michael McCusker.
Thursday 9:30am A Story Told Join host Michael McCusker for lively commentary every week.
Join host Michael McCusker for weekly commentary on the faults and frailties of the world in general.
Membership Drive FAQ Everything you ever wanted to know about KMUN’s membership drives, but were afraid to ask! Why does KMUN have membership drives? On-air drives are one of the most effective ways to raise money for KMUN and to gauge the quality of our service. We know that KMUN has more than…
The Human Beat. Host Roger Rocka speaks with Mary Docherty, Founder of RiverFolk, a non profit in Astoria working to alleviate homelessness.
Sunday, Feb. 4th @8:30 PM- In honor of Black History Month, New Letters on the Air presents the late poet ETHERIDGE KNIGHT. Known for his powerful poems about prison, he talks about how after his release in 1960, he explored the metaphor of prison as a way to talk about life. Listen to these recordings…