Mon 03.10 2pm
Virtuoso pianist and master composer Joanne Brackeen, known as a trailblazer for women in jazz, is guest on Piano Jazz.
Tue 03.11 7pm
Best-selling author John Robbins recalls the rebuilding of his life after losing everything in the Madoff scam on Humankind.
Wed 03.12 2pm
Trio members of the recently-deceased jazz pianist Mulgrew Miller perform at the Kennedy Center on JazzSet.
Thu 03.13 8pm
Authors Kelly Corrigan and Anna Quindlen in conversation on their works exploring family life and parenthood on City Arts & Lectures.
Fri 03.14 7pm
Features and commentary on issues affecting the world in which we live on Living On Earth.
Sat 03.15 9pm
Traditional, folk and bluegrass music exploring a social or political theme on Folk Sampler.
Sun 03.16 9am
Food writers Jane & Michael Stern return to share their culinary finds from across the country on The Splendid Table.
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Ground with Brian Kahn
Tuesdays at 6:30pm
For 200,000 years, humans have lived closely with wild anials, captivated by their beauty, intelligence, and power. However the technology of the last 1,000 years has separated us like never before. Does that matter? Sculptor and naturalist George Bumann thinks so.
w/ Chérie Newman
Thursdays at 6:30pm
Belief, a one-woman play that weaves stories and songs into a journey of discovery between past and present, was written by Julie Cajun and Jennifer Finley from the Flathead Indian Reservation, and directed by Linda Grinde. The performance by Julie Cajun includes a unique mix of Salish women’s stories, poetry and music. According to Zan Agzigian, KwKwusm Theater Project Public Relations, “the stories invite the audience to believe in one’s true self, to believe in magic and to believe in love—the core of all humanity,” she says. During this program Julie Cajune talks about how the play was conceived and written, and reads from the script.
Matters w/ Rachel Rockafellow
first Monday of every month @ 6:30pm
Matters is a monthly program featuring interviews and informative
segments focusing on health, hosted by registered nurse and Bozeman
resident Rachel Rockafellow (MSN, RN, CCCN).
Of the West
last Monday of every month @ 6:30pm
Of the West is a monthly radio program hosted by composer/pianist Philip
Aaberg, focusing on regionalism and creativity.
Montana Public Media
an online collaboration
Montana Public Media is a collaboration between Yellowstone Public Radio, MontanaPBS, Montana Public Radio, and The University of Montana School of Journalism. Using multi-media technology, this partnership will provide daily news reporting along with in-depth documentary coverage of Montana politics.