Specialty shows are students’ opportunity outside of the traditional rotation to hand-craft an hour of programming fit to their unique passions and educate you, the listener. Spanning a broad range of topics including Broadway musicals, local music, metal, and worldly happenings, our programming has something for everyone.
Our current specialty shows include:
Are you looking for a relaxed atmosphere to discuss your favorite games, players, and upcoming events? Well, too bad, this is our show and we think we’re hilarious. Hop into Teamchat as Sam and Grant detail current events in eSports and the gaming community. From keyboard to console for tips and tricks, join them every Sunday at 3:00pm. Bring some pepper—we have enough salt.
Join the Team on Twitter at @TeamchatRadio
What’s Happeing in Your World (4:00-5:00pm)
What’s Happening in Your World is an education and casual interview show where I hear about Something Interesting, so I ask *cool* people ~neat~ questions about Something Interesting. Being an education major, I love learning. I’m curious as h*ck. This show is an extension of my love and curiosity. More than anything, the aim of this show is to provide people with thought provoking conversation as well as insightful and applicable take-home messages. So join me to be curious every Sunday at 4:00, and find out What’s Happening in Your World.
It’s Time to Talk (5:00-6:00pm)
It’s Time to Talk is all about getting to know the members of the Manhattan and K-State community that make a difference. Many have special talents or put time into what makes our community run smoothly, and this show is about recognizing how each individual contributes to the whole, and how as a whole we contribute to each individual. This hour-long show is part interview-style, part conversation that really lets the listener get a sense of who each person is and how they add to the community.
Let’s Talk Cars (6:00-7:00pm)
Open Mic with Bridget and Monica (12:00-1:00pm)
Open Mic with Lucas and David (12:00-1:00pm)
Hockey Show (5:00-6:00pm)
The Stone Age (7:00-8:00pm)
Chaos Reigns (8:00-10:00pm)
Join Kregg Howell as he plays hard rock, hardcore, and heavy metal. He will also be taking a look into some of the history of metal, and talking about bands that have shaped metal into what it has become today.
Open Mic with Andrew (12:00-1:00pm)
The Garage (3:00-4:00pm)
The Garage is a show dedicated to informing listeners on the best and brightest in local music, concerts, and venues, with album reviews, live performance studio broadcasts, and more. Tune in for a full hour of 100% locally sourced music.
Follow on Twitter: @Garage_KSDB
Fantasy Football (5:00-6:00pm)
The Fantasy Football Show is a new show here on KSDB broadcasting highlighting favorable matchups, players to avoid, and the occasional joke and good-natured trash talk. With their help listeners can dominate their leagues and reap all the glory that come from being a fantasy football champion. If our listeners are playing against Jared or Andrew, they will purposefully be given terrible advice, because neither is above sabotage in an attempt to win. All jokes, aside, the two hope to impart what knowledge and expertise they can to our wonderful audience.
Radio Drama (7:00-8:00pm)
Open Mic with James and Steven (12:00-1:00pm)
Fiddling with Country with The Gelush (7:00-8:00pm)
On Fiddling with Country with The Gelush, you will learn all about country. The Gelush will look up why some of these country songs have be written, and also look at which shows have been the best so far, as well as give you up-to-date country news.
Open Mic with Brennan and Evan (12:00-1:00pm)
The Classroom Series (6:00-8:00pm)
The Classroom Series is a video series aimed at showcasing the talents of local musicians. Its main focus is to provide an outlet to musicians who have little or no other connections within the Manhattan area. In collaboration with Wildcat Watch, each Classroom Series event will be recorded and produced for the KSDB YouTube Channel and posted on KSDB’s website.
The Upside Down (8:00-10:00am)
Anthropology is defined as the study of all humans in all places at all times. All places being physical and metaphysical. All times being the past, present and future. Anthropology can essentially study anything that relates to humans or anything that humans are aware of or capable of comprehending. So, effectively, everything. During this show, we will discuss a variety of topics related to anthropology while integrating our personal experiences with various subjects. We will also stop to have some laughs along the way.