Specialty Shows

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, our programming has something for everyone.

Our current specialty shows include:


Every Weekday

The KSDB Morning Show (7:50-9:00am)

Start your mornings off right with news, music, games, and much more. The KSDB Morning Show– hosted M/W/F by Zach St. Clair & Emily Willi and T/TH by Bill Bernard and Trace Alan– brings you into the best conversations in the Little Apple.

Text Us on the Morning Show! KSDB Text Line: (516) 494-0919

Open Mic (12:00-1:00pm)

Tune in to hear interviews, live music, and more! Or, come on yourself and promote your student organization, talents, research, or opinions. To reserve a segment, visit our Open Mic page.


Sports Talk (6:00-7:00pm, Monday-Thursday Only)

Keep up with everything K-State, Kansas City, and sports around the globe with fresh commentary daily on Sports Talk. With different hosts each day there are no shortage of hot takes, laughs, and even occasional analysis.


Sunday

Out of Bounds with Kyle Helie (5:00-7:00pm)

Out of Bounds is the show for you if you even remotely enjoy basketball. This two hour program has an NBA emphasis, but is certainly not limited to things happening on the court. With so much drama surrounding professional basketball on a daily basis, Kyle Helie is there to help break it all down. From the complications of salary caps and trade rules to who had the freshest outfit in the tunnel, every angle of the sport will get it’s time to shine. Remember, no topic is Out Of Bounds, so strap in every Sunday night, only on 91.9 KSDB.

Follow the show on Twitter: @outofboundsksdb


Monday


Tuesday

Know the Sound (7:00-8:00pm)

Ever wondered why your favorite artists started making music? Ever wondered what inspired them to write your favorite song? Every week, Know The Sound features one of the artists played on KSDB and takes
a look at how they got started, why they make music, and other interesting insights into how they got to where they are today.


Wednesday

LOUDKicks Radio (7:00-9:00pm)


Thursday

The Physical Format (8:00-9:00pm)

There was a time in the recent past when bands relied on Zines, Cassettes, and CD’s to promote their music. They’d put up posters looking for new band members with pull-tab phone numbers in front of stores or taped around telephone poles. Their music was shared by word of mouth, by live shows at local bars every Tuesday night, by heading down to your record shop where your friends worked and hearing what they’d play on the overhead. This was a time when music was inherently physical, and that’s what this hour will be dedicated to. The Physical Format: where we peer into a world where local bands thrived, when many of today’s Rock sub-genres grew to become what they are today.

Neo Soul Glo (9:00-10:00pm)

A show about Rhythm & Blues music which highlights artists from back in the day and now. This show will give context about the artist and commemorate their vocal arrangements and synthesized sounds. The Neo-Soul Glo Show will provide essential information about the artist and their creative process– and give entertaining dialogue along the way. From expert taste in music to periodic nostalgia of cultural events (memes, skits, sitcom theme songs, etc.), this show’s co-hosts engage any listener that wants their SOUL to Glo!


Friday

Classroom Series (~5:00pm)

Tune in to 91.9 on select Fridays for live, in-studio performances from local artists. Spring 2019 shows are:

Past:
January 26th, LIVE @5 pm: Chase the Horseman
February 1st, LIVE @5 pm: No Magic
Upcoming:
March 1st, LIVE @5 pm: FiveSix
March 13th, LIVE @?: Spud Cannon !!!
March 22nd, LIVE @5 pm: Kill Vargas
April 5th, LIVE @5 pm: ReadHouse


Saturday

Madness After Midnight (12:00-1:00am) 

This show brings experimental music from the past to invigorate interest in  these music genres and give them new life. From House, Techno, Vaporwave/Synthwave/Retrowave, Drumcore and Hardbass.