National shows

Mountain Stage
Saturday: 7am
Live performance of intelligent, contemporary music seasoned with traditional and roots artists, hosted by Larry Groce.

1,012 – Robbie Fulks, The Gibson Brothers, Jaimee Harris, Anna Tivel, and Nicholas Jamerson NPR's Mountain Stage

This episode was recorded on April 16th, 2023 at the Culture Center Theater in Charleston, WV. The lineup includes Robbie Fulks, The Gibson Brothers, Jaimee Harris, Anna Tivel, and Nicholas Jamerson.

Sunday: 5am
A show about curiosity, where sound illuminates ideas, blurring boundaries between science, philosophy, and human experience.

The Seagulls Radiolab

In the 1970s, as LGBTQ+ people in the United States faced conservatives whose top argument was that homosexuality is “unnatural,” a pair of young scientists discovered on a tiny island off the coast of California a colony of seagulls that included… a significant number of lesbian couples making nests and raising chicks together. The article that followed upended the culture’s understanding of what’s natural and took the discourse on homosexuality in a whole new direction. In this episode, our co-Host Lulu Miller grapples with the impact of this and several other studies about animal queerness on her life as a queer person. Special thanks to, History is Gay ( podcast. EPISODE CREDITS Reported by – Lulu Millerwith help from – Sarah QariProduced by – Sarah QariOriginal sound design contributed by – Jeremy Bloomwith mixing help from – Arianne WackFact-checking by – Diane Kellyand Edited by – Becca Bressler Our newsletter comes out every Wednesday. It includes short essays, recommendations, and details about other ways to interact with the show. Sign up (! Radiolab is supported by listeners like you. Support Radiolab by becoming a member of The Lab ( today. Follow our show on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @radiolab, and share your thoughts with us by emailing   Leadership support for Radiolab’s science programming is provided by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, Science Sandbox, a Simons Foundation Initiative, and the John Templeton Foundation. Foundational support for Radiolab was provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.  

Sound Opinions
Sunday: 6pm
Rock critics Greg Kot and Jim DeRogatis interview artists, discover new releases, and reveal historical trends.

Buried Treasures & RIP Andy Rourke (The Smiths) Sound Opinions

This week, hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot share some new music that’s flying underneath the mainstream radar – buried treasures! They’ll also hear selections from their production staff and bid farewell to The Smiths bassist Andy Rourke. Join our Facebook Group: Become a member on Patreon: Sign up for our newsletter: Make a donation via PayPal: Send us a Voice Memo: Desktop:  Mobile:   Featured Songs: feeble little horse, "Tin Man," Tin Man (Single), Saddle Creek, 2023The Beatles, "I Get By (With a Little Help From My Friends)," Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Parlophone, 1967Tombstones in Their Eyes, "No One to Blame," Sea of Sorrow, Kitten Robot, 2023African Head Charge, "Microdosing," Microdosing (Single), On-U Sound, 2023Evangeline, "Mystic," Fuzzy, Fourteen One Four, 2023Juliana, "Narices Frias," Narice Frias (Single), MUN, 2023Ye Vagabonds, "Blue is the Eye," Nine Waves, River Lea, 2022Draag, "Demonbird," Dark Fire Heresy, Draag, 2023Louise Post, "Guilty," Guilty (Single), El Camino, 2023The Greeting Committee, "Can I Leave Me Too?," Dandelion, Harvest, 2021Cafuné, "Tek It," Running, Aurelians Club, Elektra, 2021Durand Jones, "Lord Have Mercy," Wait Til I Get Over, Dead Oceans, 2023Vanessa Tha Finessa, "Top Notch," CURRENT, babygirl123, 2023Gabe 'Nandez, "Pangea," Pangea, Pow, 2023Sphaèros, "Possession," POSSESSION, Pan European, 2020The Smiths, "This Charming Man," The Smiths, Rough Trade, 1984The Smiths, "Barbarism Begins At Home," Meat Is Murder, Sire, 1985Chuck Berry, "You Never Can Tell (1964 Single Version)," You Never Can Tell (Single), Chess, 1964Support The Show: for privacy information.

Daily: 6pm and 9pm
The University of Texas McDonald Observatory introduces you to the stars, astronomical events and space exploration,.

Short Moon StarDate Podcast

The Moon will be full tomorrow night. It’s the Flower Moon, Rose Moon, or Strawberry Moon. But it can also be called the Short Moon or Short-Night Moon. It puts in one of the shortest appearances of any full Moon of the year. Only July’s Moon will surpass its brevity — but not by much. These Moons are so bashful because the full Moon does the opposite of what the Sun is doing in our sky. These are the longest days of the year in the northern hemisphere, so the Sun remains in view for a long time. It also stands highest in the sky for the year. So the full Moon does just the opposite: It stays fairly low, and with the shortest nights of the year upon us, it’s in view for only a few hours. The difference is more pronounced as you go farther north. Miami, for example, sees about 13 and a half hours of sunlight the next few days, but as little as 10 and half hours of moonlight. From Dallas, it’s more than 14 hours of the Sun, but only 10 hours of the Moon. And from Seattle, it’s 16 hours versus just eight. The Short Moon is the full Moon closest to the summer solstice, which is June 21st — 18 days after tomorrow night’s full Moon. July’s full Moon comes on the 3rd — 11 days after the solstice. It’ll be in view for a few minutes less than June’s Moon. So, technically, it earns the Short Moon tag. But both full Moons will be so scarce that they might as well share this year’s honors: the Short-Night Moon.  Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

The Latin Alternative
Tuesday: 5am
Josh Norek and Ernesto Lechner focus on crossover-friendly Latin rock, electronic, funk, and hip-hop artists.

The Latin Alternative Show 2229 The Latin Alternative

It's a Latin Funk explosion! This week is all about the funk groove and its presence in Latin music. Featured artists include Joe Bataan, Cimafunk, Kinky, Brownout, Jungle Fire, Plastilina Mosh, Pacha Massive, Willie & Eric Bobo, Illya Kuryaki & The Valderrams, Los Amigos Invisibles, Ocote Soul Sounds and more!

This American Life
Monday: 9am
Host Ira Glass explores a weekly theme through a playful mix of radio monologues, mini-documentaries, found tape, and short fiction.

800: Jane Doe This American Life

Five years after the #MeToo explosion, what’s happened in the lives of the women who stepped forward and went public with their stories? We tell the story of a teenager who spoke out against one of the most powerful people in her state, and what happened next. Prologue: Some powerful and well known men lost their jobs after #MeToo. But what about the women at the center of all this who’ve been way less visible after they told what happened to them? We hear about big and small ways the aftermath of coming forward continues to pop up in their daily lives. (10 minutes)Act One: Back in 2021, a 19-year-old intern at the Idaho state legislature reported that a state Representative named Aaron von Ehlinger raped her. She went by the name Jane Doe. There was a public ethics hearing and Ehlinger resigned. State legislators talked about how proud they were of their ability to do the right thing so quickly. But the story that the public knows is very different from what actually happened to Jane. She talks about it in-depth for the first time. (25 minutes)Act Two: Jane Doe walks into a public ethics hearing at the Idaho state capitol and navigates the aftermath. (23 minutes)Act Three: Jane Doe sent some questions for us to ask Chanel Miller. For years, Chanel was known as Emily Doe. She wrote a victim impact statement that millions of people read. (A swimmer at Stanford University named Brock Turner sexually assaulted her while she was unconscious.) She talks about how she decided to come out with her real name and who Emily Doe is to her now. (9 minutes)Transcripts are available at

KGLT shows

Chrysti the Wordsmith
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 12pm and 6pm
A daily, two-minute audio interlude produced in the studios of KGLT-FM at Montana State University, Bozeman. Since 1990, Chrysti “the Wordsmith” Smith has been plumbing the depths of dictionaries obscure, arcane and pedestrian to craft word and phrase histories for her radio audience.

Listeners Personals
Monday–Friday: 12pm
A quick round up of found and missing pets and stuff.

Montana Medicine Show
Sunday: 10am, Tuesday and Thursday: 12pm 6pm, Saturday: 12pm
A short Montana history lesson. Thanks to thank Humanities Montana, The Greater Montana Foundation, and The Corporation for Public Broadcasting for their support.

Unzipping the Weekend/Around Town
(Unzipping) Thursday–Saturday: 6pm and 9pm and Saturday: 12pm
(Around) Monday–Friday: 10am, 3pm, and 7pm
A roundup of entertainment and events in the Bozeman area.


Grants from the Greater Montana Foundation and Montana History Foundation support production of Montana Medicine Show.

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The Corporation for Public Broadcasting helps fund station operating expenses and the acquisition costs for This American Life. PRX distributes Sound Opinions and This American Life.

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