The Afrosonic Taxi explores dance music from Africa and the Diaspora, as well as songs from around the world – especially South America, the Caribbean, and southern Europe – that have been fed by African rhythms and sensibilities. Host DJK takes you on a taxi ride each week, from night clubs in Dakar to festivals in Bahia, from recording studios in Havana to family compounds on the streets of Lagos.
AMERICANA ALLEY Wednesday 8pm – 10pm
Host Adrian plays Local, Regionally Local, and National Acts with an Arkansas Connection. This genre bending show will keep your toes tappin’ as you travel the backroads of American music Sharing Local Music Worldwide on Americana Alley. For more information on Adrian’s show and featured local performers, check out his website at www.americanaalley.com and the Americana Alley Facebook page.
ARKANSAS OUTDOOR REPORT Sunday 7:00 – 8:00 pm
The Arkansas Outdoor Report – natural news for the natural state – provides listeners with news and information relating to the outdoor adventure scene and conservation efforts in Arkansas and the Ozarks. Join Drew, Boss and Killer each week as they offer you news, conversation and features relating to all things outdoors in Arkansas, focusing on recreation as well as environmentalism.
THE BLACK LODGE Thursday 8pm – 10pm
Mike plays progressive rock, new wave and a little punk music from the 70’s and 80’s era of Rock ‘n’ Roll.
THE BULLDOZER HEALTH SHOW Monday 7:30am – 8:00am
The Bulldozer Health Show inspires people to optimal health by providing education about health care options and access to alternative health care. Host Wendy Love Edge interviews alternative health providers as well as people who have found improved health through alternative health methods, and/or are warriors for health and health freedom. The show is a project of Bulldozer Health Inc. Take back your health America!
CARIBBEAN PULSE Friday 9am – 11am
DJ Hod-I plays music from the Caribbean, with an emphasis on modern reggae and dancehall.
CHILLY WATER THURSDAYS Thursday 6pm – 8pm
Host JosB brings a positive vibe to the airwaves with jam band music mixed with a touch of Southern rock and soul.
FAYETTEVILLE FOLKUS Saturday 8:00am – 9:00am
Fayetteville Folkus presents people, ideas and issues of Fayetteville and our neighboring communities. Each week host Jim Lukens shares the studio with a special guest host to focus on community groups, events, leaders, services, topics and talents in this place we call home. Using interviews, essays and editorials, this show gives a voice to our community members, providing information, entertainment – and yes – inspiration, too.
FEED YOUR HEAD Friday 9pm – 10pm
Host Dawn at Night brings you music to Feed Your Head with favorites, deep tracks, and overlooked gems from the late 60’s and early 70’s rock era.
THE HIVE Saturday 10pm – Midnight
Your essential EDM buzz! The Hive brings the party to YOU with a positive dose of eclectic electronic music mixed by local and international DJs. Special features include new music from up-and-coming EDM producers, show and festival ticket giveaways, personal interviews with DJs and industry professionals, and noteworthy commentary on happenings in the universe of sound and lights. Your hostess MC Vivian Hax is on Facebook and Instagram with more behind the scenes news and events.
IF THAT AIN’T COUNTRY Sunday 8pm – 9 pm
Featuring the very best in traditional country, honky tonk, bluegrass and western swing from the golden years ’til today. Each week, host Western Red plays the big hits and memories from a select year in the world of country music.
JAZZ WITH GUSTO Saturday 9am – 11am
Host Art Gust plays Big Band, Dixieland, Swing, Singers and Crooners from the 30’s and 40’s.
MUSIC MAKERS Sunday 5pm – 6pm
Music Makers is about Northwest Arkansas music and the musicians who make it. Host Ted Hammig brings local musicians into the KPSQ studio for interviews and live performances. As a musician himself, Ted is able to dig into the inspiration behind the songs and discuss the process of how music is made.
OUR OZARK BLEND Sunday 6pm – 7pm Hosted by Farmer Bee of Madison County, Our Ozark Blend is an eclectic mix of mountain entertainment out of these Ozark hills written by B. William Bower and produced by local talent. Each week it features narrated history such as “Ozark Backstory,” a history of the upper White River Valley from 1800 to 1935, and “Western Wildmen,” the true story of Bill Doolin, King of the Oklahombres. It also has music and humorous interludes such as the “Vexing Science Section,” where Farmer Bee and Professor Pea examine some the amazing scientific principles operative in our everyday world.
Farmer Bee is currently on sabbatical and will return with more episodes in early 2018.
POETIZE THE NEWS Friday 10:00-10:30 pm
Making sense of world events through poetry, with Fayetteville poet Doug Shields.
RED DIRT MUSIC RADIO Sunday 4 – 5pm
Jeremy Scott and Jimmy Ray Taylor bring you music from the state of Oklahoma that bridges country and rock, with an emphasis on quality songwriting.
REGGAE ROADBLOCK Saturday 11am – 1pm
Join your host, Brother Moshe on a two-hour journey as he plays music from the “Golden Age of Reggae,” artists that made reggae music great throughout the Caribbean and eventually the world, from Bob Marley & the Wailers to Lucky Dube. Reggae Roadblock is dedicated to world-wide roots reggae music.
RESTLESS Saturday Midnight – Sunday 1am
Welcome to the graveyard shift of radio! Restless is all about the dynamic of late night listening. From the psychedelic era of the 60’s to contemporary hip hop, there’s something here for every insomniac or party go-er. Co-hosts Anna and Patrick explore a range of music in the most sleep deprived way possible – live at midnight.
SACRED BARZ Sunday 8am – 9am
DJ Solid Shawn plays Hip-Hop music represented by a Christian worldview blending rhythmic music with lyrics that are faith-based.
SOLDIERS HEART Saturday 3pm – 4pm
Soldiers Heart is a radio program dedicated to the issues of military veterans. Each week host Vela Giri shares his experiences as a veteran of the Vietnam War and his struggle with PTSI, and presents programs and tools to help other veterans heal from the trauma of war. The program includes poetry, music and interviews, as well as resources for veterans and those who care about them.
Sunday Night Service is a performance series recorded live in downtown Fayetteville. Listen along while host Adam Cox breaks up the band and puts them back together with our music show Singled Out or get the facts on a wide variety of topics with our informational variety show The All You Need to Know Show with hosts Morgan Hicks and Elliot James. It’s your Sunday Night Service, served the way you like. Produced by the Artist’s Laboratory Theatre.
WHAT’S COOKING Sunday 1pm – 2pm
Culinary craft and culture are on this show’s menu with food history, creative recipes, fun songs to inspire your appetite, and a focus on local flavor. Hosted by Julie and Heather, two obsessed food geeks, who believe that cooking should be an adventure, never a chore.
WHAT’S UP, QUE PASA? Sunday 2pm – 3pm
This program promotes Northwest Arkansas communities working together as One. Host Papa Rap provides an hour of bilingual (Spanish and English) entertainment that celebrates our diversity and fosters cultural understanding among community members through music, interviews, and discussion of important issues and events. Listeners will hear the stories and journeys of fellow community members, especially in the Spanish-speaking community, and learn about organizations that are making life better in NWA.
You can find out more about Papa Rap by visiting his website paparap.net