Original programming of classical favorites and little-known works from Coast Community
Radio's expert classical programmers.
on air and online: weekdays from 6:00-7:50am; weekends from 6:00-9:00am, on KMUN &
Tuesdays: Kate Brister
Wednesdays: Lloyd Bowler
Thursdays: Thron Riggs or David Paul
Bob Westerberg has been a Morning Classics programmer and contributing member from
the early beginnings of KMUN. Bob is a-life long Astorian and a retired pharmacist who
owned and operated Paramount Drug for eleven years in the 1970s. During the 1980s he
served eight years as a Clatsop County Commissioner.
Bob and his wife Aletha enjoy an active volunteer community life with the Astoria Trolley,
Coast Community Radio, their church, and Angora Hiking Club activities.
Thron Riggs is a Columbia
River Bar Pilot, a select
group of twenty men and
women who provide pilotage
service for vessels in the
lower Columbia River.
Fridays: Jane Hill
Saturdays: Dave Bennett
Sundays: Denise Reed/Marya Butler
Making waves since 1983
Jane Hill "Welcoms youe to the Classical Time
Machine, your personal travel portal that will take you
through the centuries of classical music provided by
gifted composers, performers and conductors. On
Friday mornings, The Classical Time Machine opens it
doors for you to come in, join us and share our journey
through time and place. Just a reminder, you can
nurture your soul by starting every day with a meal of
beautiful classical music selected by our local
volunteers. Even after 25+ years, it continues to be my
pleasure to host Friday Morning Classics and to connect
with each and every one of you listeners! Husband Jim
(Sunday afternoon Classic Rock and Roll programmer)
and I live on Sisu Farms in Svensen, watching the elk,
deer and everpresent birds--our life is good--made
even better with our connections to YOU through Coast
Community Radio. "Good morning, welcome to Friday
Morning Classics, your personal time machine."
Denise Reed grew up in
Chicago, where she received
degrees in music education
from DePaul University. She
has lived in Canada, Las
Vegas and Tennessee,
teaching music and leading
Denise is director of the North
Coast Chorale in Astoria.