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:
Movie Madhouse (12:00-1:00pm)
Kyle Curtis and Bryce Taylor host Movie Madhouse and review movies. The categories include Netflix Pick of the Week, IMDB’s 250 classic choice, and many more! If you would like to get in touch with us, request a movie to be reviewed, or give us your feedback, you can reach us on @m_madhouseksdb.
The Sounds of Broadway (1:00-2:00pm)
Rachel and Emily will take you to Broadway without even having to leave home or your car! Learn about your current favorite musicals, as well as history of Broadway shows throughout time. We play anything from “Hamilton” to “The Sound of Music”!
Follow us on our new Twitter: @BroadwayKSDB
The World in Reason (2:00-3:00pm)
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
Weekend News Roundup (4:00-5:00pm)
The Weekend News Roundup is an enterprising, long-form news program. The KSDB news staff conduct a variety of interviews with experts, exploring topics ranging from political news to problems on campus. This is the place for real Investigative reporting original content, with new episodes twice a month.
Subfrequencies is a dive into lesser-known genres of electronic music, with an emphasis on local guest DJs and the community. Callie Ogborn is your guide for an electric journey into the origins of house and techno, and the evolution from disco to dubstep. With a variety of tracks from deep house, to trap, to psychedelia, this program incorporates fresh beats for the ultimate groove!
English and EDM (9:00-10:00pm)
‘English and EDM’ is hosted by Evan Penner and Kash Farney. This show is an outgrowth of ‘EDM Now’ which aired during the same time slot last semester and focused on EDM and EDM community news. This new program incorporates Kash and Evan’s love of vocabulary, grammar, and English with their love of EDM and brings them both to you on air!
The Beatdown Hour (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.
The Foster Family Hour (10:00-11:00pm)
The Beat (9:00-10:00am)
Start your Wednesday off right with “The Beat” hosted by Jace Mills and Avery Osen. The show combines the best of sports, pop culture and current events talk with songs you’ll enjoy!
The Garage (4:00-5:00pm)
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
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 Witching Hour (10:00-11:00pm)
The Witching Hour, where all little beings of chaos can come and listen to metal and active rock music. Hosted by the Queen of Darkness herself, Lucifer’s Angel. Taking you on a twisted journey through songs from artists and albums that rest in the Cathedral of metal and active rock.