News

  • Democracy Now! is a daily progressive, nonprofit, independently syndicated news hour that airs on more than 1,250 radio, television, satellite and cable TV networks around the globe. Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez host. Heard at 5am, 7am and 5pm.

  • Flashpoints is an award-winning daily investigative newsmagazine broadcast on the Pacifica Radio network, hosted by Dennis Bernstein. Through original reports and some of the key investigative reporters of our time, Flashpoints goes to the core of stories in the areas of government and corporate criminality, human rights, and economic justice.

  • Like Democracy Now, this program looks at the news and issues of the day from a progressive perspective. The show is all about returning to a people centered democracy. It’s a 1-hour recap of Thom Hartmann’s best guests of the day.  

  • With a focus on North Puget Sound, Sound Living brings you local commentary, national perspectives, Snohomish and Island county events, people and stories into your car and radio. From environmental issues to political discussions to interesting ideas and people, Sound Living is a look at the places we call home.

  • A conversation with people who are waging peace in large and small ways.  They may work together as a formal group, it may be an ad hoc coming together, or it may be only the work of one person, but the common goal is “peace on earth.”

Music

 

  • Every Sunday 4am-6am on KSER (a repeat of Tuesday's show), join  Chris Wartes, with the best in 20th & 21st Generation Classical Music.  Tell a friend about Classical Edge on KSER, they can visit our website at www.kser.org.  

  • Beale Street Caravan brings the Sounds of Memphis to an international public radio audience with live concert performances from contemporary masters of blues, soul, folk, and rock ‘n roll. Hosts Pat Mitchell-Worley and Kevin Cubbins also feature segments from industry insiders, writers, and musicologists.

  • Jump on board the Bluegrass Express with Ann or Miss Nicolette as they take you back to the hills and hollers where rural country music began. Each host has her own stops along the way, guiding you through the length and breadth of bluegrass and old-time music.

  • John McAlpine takes you through our country's rich heritage each week with a mix of history and music on Made in the U.S.A. Learn about legendary American figures like John Henry and Casey Jones as John digs deep for original recordings celebrating these rugged and heroic individuals.

  • Hosts Steve Aagard, Diana, Wandering Joel, Wayne Lennon and Barbie-Danielle guide you through a diverse mix of music from cultures and places around the world.