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 including Broadway musicals, local music, metal, and worldly happenings, our programming has something for everyone.

Our current specialty shows include:


Sunday

Book Club (1:00-3:00pm)

Hosted by Zach St. Clair and Jackson Wright from 1-3pm Sunday afternoons. We’ll announce the next week’s album at the end of every show, and then we all (you included, this is your “reading” for the week) listen to it leading up to the show. We listen through it in its entirety during the show and dig into everything the album has to offer. Like your favorite high school book club, but instead of actual reading you get to listen to great albums.

We’ve got a whole slew of Social Media, so take your pick:
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Can’t listen live? Previous episodes are on SoundCloud.

What’s Happening in Your World (4:00-5:00pm)

What’s Happening in Your World is an educational interview show that welcomes people who have an interesting take on things. I love learning and I’m terribly curious– this show is where I feed my love for curiosity. More than anything though, 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 in being curious every Sunday at 4:00, and find out What’s Happening in Your World.

The 5 Songs of You (5:00-6:00pm)

Our favorite songs reveal a lot about us. In “The 5 Songs of You,” hosts Colby Miller and Matthew Vohs spend one hour every Sunday evening with a guest in the studio, listening to 5 of their top songs. We discuss what the songs mean, what they mean to our guest, and why they love them so much. Tune in on 91.9 KSDB on Sundays from 5pm-6pm for good discussion and good music.

Konshu (7:00-8:00pm)

Join your hosts Randy and Ian every Sunday at 7pm for Konshū (Japanese for “this week”), an hour of only the finest Japanese music and pop culture discussion. Featuring a dynamic mix of genres and time periods, Season 2 of Konshū promises to be better than ever. Tune in for excellent jams, terrible jokes, strong opinions about TV shows, and a whole lot of fun.

Follow us on Twitter! @konshu_ksdb

Neo Soul Glo Show (8:00-9:00pm) 

Vibe with the Neo-Soul Glo Show where your hosts Andre, Candice and Erin (ACE) talk about rhythm & blues artist from back in the day to now. This show will give context about the artist and commemorate their vocal arrangements and analog sounds. Tune in for an entertaining dialogue that provides information about the musical artistry and cultural nostalgia guaranteed to Let your Soul Glo!

Follow us on twitter! @neosoulglowshow

 


Monday

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

Cross Checking (5:00-6:00pm)


Tuesday

Open Mic with Bridget and Rosemary (12:00-1:00pm)

For the Culture (7:00-9:00pm)

 


Wednesday

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

 

 

Radio Drama (7:00-8:00pm)


Thursday

Open Mic with David and Lucas (12:00-1:00pm)


Friday

Open Mic with Sara and Steven (12:00-1:00pm)

The Garage (3:00-4:00pm)Garage Edit

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 (6:00-9:00pm)Screen shot 2016-02-28 at 11.18.39 PM

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.


Saturday

Interstate 70 (9:00-11:00am)

Let’s Talk Cars (6:00-8:00pm)