National shows

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

1,035 – Southern Avenue, Driftwood, Elvie Shane, Melissa Ferrick, and Jeff Plankenhorn NPR's Mountain Stage

This episode was recorded on May 19th, 2024 at the Culture Center Theater in Charleston, WV. The lineup includes Southern Avenue, Driftwood, Elvie Shane, Melissa Ferrick, and Jeff Plankenhorn.

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

Lose Lose Radiolab

To celebrate the imminent start of the Summer Olympic Games in Paris, France we have an episode originally reported in 2016. No matter what sport you play, the object of the game is to win. And that’s hard enough to do. But we found a match where four top athletes had to do the opposite in one of the most high profile matches of their careers. Thanks to a quirk in the tournament rules, their best shot at winning was … to lose. This week, in honor of the 2024 Summer Olympics, we are rerunning a story from 2016 in which we scrutinize the most paradoxical and upside down badminton match of all time. A match that dumbfounded spectators, officials, and even the players themselves. And it got us to wondering …  what would sports look like if everyone played to lose?Special thanks to Aparna Nancherla, Mark Phelan, Yuni Kartika, Greysia Polii, Joy Le Li, Mikyoung Kim, Stan Bischof, Vincent Liew, Kota Morikowa, Christ de Roij and Haeryun Kang.We have some exciting news! In the “Zoozve” episode, Radiolab named its first-ever quasi-moon, and now it's your turn! Radiolab has teamed up with The International Astronomical Union to launch a global naming contest for one of Earth’s quasi-moons. This is your chance to make your mark on the heavens. Submit your name ideas now through September, or vote on your favorites starting in November: 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 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.

Bob Newhart on Sound Opinions Sound Opinions

We're mourning the loss of Bob Newhart and in honor of his life, we've resurfaced his appearance on Sound Opinions from 2008 as a bonus podcast.Become a member on Patreon: up for our newsletter: a donation via PayPal: us a Voice Memo: Desktop:  Mobile: our Facebook Group: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

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

Chandra at 25 StarDate

[Launch Control: 25 seconds…] When space shuttle Columbia headed for orbit 25 years ago tomorrow, it made history. It was the first mission commanded by a woman – Air Force pilot Eileen Collins. And it was carrying the heaviest payload ever lofted by a shuttle: Chandra X-Ray Observatory – the largest X-ray telescope ever flown. [Launch Control: 5, 4, 3, we have a go for engine start, zero. We have booster ignition and liftoff of Columbia! Reaching new heights for women and X-ray astronomy.] And Chandra is maintaining those heights – it’s still working. The telescope studies some of the hottest and most energetic objects and events in the universe – exploding stars, outbursts from normal stars, gas around black holes, and much more. Such objects produce much of their energy in the form of X-rays. But Earth’s atmosphere blocks most X-rays, so the only way to study them is from space. Chandra’s orbit carries it more than a third of the way to the Moon. That puts it outside most of Earth’s radiation belts, which can “fog” X-ray images. X-rays go right through a normal telescope mirror. So Chandra uses a set of mirrors along the sides of the telescope tube. X-rays graze off those mirrors and come to a focus at the telescope’s instruments. Chandra is still making history today – by keeping a sharp “eye” on the X-ray sky. Script by Damond Benningfield

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 / ¡Que Viva El Rock! (The Warning, Diamante Electrico, Marilina Bertoldi & more) The Latin Alternative

Rock Is Dead….¡Que Viva El Rock! Rock in the Americas is far from dead, as this exciting episode more than demonstrates! Featured artists include Marilina Bertoldi, Diamante Electrico, The Warning, Viniloversus, 1915, Las Nubes, LosPetitFellas, Making Movies, Native Sun, Migrant Motel, Usted Señalemelo and many 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.

836: The Big Rethink This American Life

People rethinking some of the most important relationships in their lives — with their sister, their political party, and the nominee for president. Prologue: Ira observes that we are in a moment of national reconsideration. (2 minutes)Act One: Zoe Chace reports on a surprising guest at the Republican National Convention: Teamsters president Sean O’Brien. (18 minutes)Act Two: Ira talks to Representative Seth Moulton about what it was like to be among the first members of Congress to call for President Joe Biden to step aside. (18 minutes)Act Three: Two adult sisters revisit old rivalries when they compete for a world record in typing with their pinkies. (16 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. (Musicians: Tell us the time and place of your gigs via .)


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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