For a list of individual program names and descriptions, visit this page.
|Time||Sunday||Monday - Friday||Saturday|
|5:00 am||Nightcrossings||Morning Edition||Nightcrossings|
|6:00 am||Sunday Best||TED Radio|
with Mark Simmons
|Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me|
|Ask Me Another|
|11:00 am||Tech Nation|
|12:00 pm||TED Radio||The Classical Café||
(Met Opera in season***)
with Michael Ables
|2:00 pm||Mountain Stage|
|3:00 pm||Thistle & Shamrock|
|4:00 pm||Celtic Connections|
|5:00 pm||All Things Considered||All Things Considered||All Things Considered|
|6:00 pm||Wait, Wait
Don't Tell Me
|The Folk Sampler|
|7:00 pm||Classics in Concert*||Beale Street Blues|
|8:00 pm||Radio Kansas Jazz|
Tranquility Bass Mondays
Nightcrossings Journeys at 10**
|12:00 am||Liquid Architecture|
All programming available online 24-hours per day. Our broadcast transmitters are off air between midnight and 5 a.m., 6 a.m. weekends.
National Newscasts weekdays at 10 a.m., noon, 2 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Garrison Keillor's Writer's Almanac weekdays at about 12:30 in The Classical Cafe.
* Classics in Concert Weekly Schedule:
Sunday – New York Philharmonic
Monday - Los Angeles Philharmonic
Tuesday – Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Wednesday – Dallas Symphony Orchestra
Thursday – Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center/Spoleto Festival
Friday – Wichita Symphony Orchestra or Cinema Classics
Wichita Symphony Orchestra broadcasts air in January, April, August and September
**Nightcrossings Journeys 10 pm feature schedule:
Celtic Spirit - Tuesdays
KeyNotes - Wednesdays with Lindsey Fields
Windham Chill - Thursdays with Stacy Crank
Nightcrossings Voices - Fridays
Guitar Masters - Saturdays with Andrea Springer
*** The Met broadcast season runs December through early May. Metropolitan Opera broadcasts are copyrighted and use or reproduction of any of the material therein without permission of the Metropolitan Opera is a violation of law.