Night Mode

Every Thursday from 8 to 9 pm DJ G.E.F. and Just Eva play music correlating to a new weekly theme. Conversation is no stranger to their show, they hold discussions on current events and light-hearted topics. With a variety of guests, jammin’ music and witty conversation, you are sure to have your ears blessed with Night Mode.

BBC Proms on SymphonyCast

KSPB is expanding its presentation of the BBC Proms this summer  with the addition of SymphonyCast coverage. SymphonyCast will broadcast nine concerts in their entirety, excluding the last night of Proms, which will be cut for time. The SymphonyCast programs are in addition to the Proms highlight programs on the BBC World Service.

Air dates: July 29 – September 23, 2019

See the playlists below for weekly specifics.

The BBC Proms, what’s it all about?

The BBC Proms is a classical music festival held every summer at the Royal Albert Hall in London, and in recent years has explored new venue spaces through the innovative Proms at… series of events. Its aim is to bring the best in classical music to the widest possible audience, which remains true to founder-conductor Henry Wood’s original vision in 1895.

Whether you are a classical connoisseur or think “classical music is not for me” there is surely something for everyone in the eight week stretch of concerts, workshops, talks and family events. More info.

Uninterrupted Pop

The show on Fridays from 3:30  to 4:30, that you can’t miss. Uninterrupted Pop combines Alternative, Dance, Electronic, and Pop music and combines it with the just right amount of commentary.

I hope you enjoy my show!

Small Talk

We will play sick beats ranging from alternative to electronic and bring in Stevenson students with a new question each week! Be there!

The Flash

The latest in Alternative & Indie music!

Tuesday’s Gone

ManHOFF and JJ Rockwell present Tuesday’s Gone. A classic rock station to end your Tuesday Blues. Tuesdays 4-5 pm.

Trust me, I’m a teenager

An advice/talk show from the most “reliable” teens. Tune in to KSPB 91.9 or kspb.org from 5-6pm Sundays.