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Something new every Sunday at 7PM.
A listing of local events for the broadcast area. Airs M-F at 7AM, 10AM and 1PM.
A two minute commentary and musing about life, current affairs and new perspectives by Dena Eakles. Thursdays around 5:28PM.
Reviving the lost art of conversation. Thursday at 9AM.
The Heart of Wellness airs each Tuesday at 9:00 AM on WDRT. Co-chiropractors, Drs. Paul & Paula Grenier, interview guests on topics related to alternative paths and views of wellness.
WDRT presents this unique monthly program featuring a live studio recording of guided breathing exercise, original music, sacred kiertan and sound meditation. Hosted by Jai Lynn and Monte Mcpheron.
Airs the first Sunday of the month at 1PM.
A monthly round-up and analysis of local, state and national news impacting life in the Coulee Region. Airs the last Friday of each month at 5:30PM. Hosted by Dan Peak and Mark Taylor.
Beginning in September, the WDRT news team presents a 5 minute daily newscast. 11:55 AM Monday – Friday.
Join the story telling crew on the 4th Sunday of each month at 7:00 PM.
Monday–Friday around 8:20 A.M. Pageturner Radio introduces listeners to the wealth of stories that have been written about our Driftless Area of southwest Wisconsin. Most, but not all, of the stories are non-fiction, with the author reading her/his book/s whenever possible.
The longest running public affairs program on WDRT
Radio Free Space has featured a variety of interviews – from agriculture, religion and philosophy to music. 1:00 PM Sunday.
The everyday happenings in Sleepy Coulee are punctuated by strange and often mysterious happenings that roil the surface of small-town life. 8:00AM Tues and Th
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Wednesday at 8:00AM, Margot Hipwell recreates Pearl Swiggum’s newspaper column Stump Ridge.
The mission of the Players is to create original drama that reflects the life of living in the
Kickapoo Valley. We congregate to create our own entertainment.
A five minute essay on life with Ed Holahan. Every Friday at 8:00 am.
Saturday at 12:00PM. Who’s in the Kitchen? is a friendly conversation around the kitchen table with mostly local people who are interested in food.
Underrepresented voices speaking on critical issues. Hosted by David Barsamian.
In-depth, timely analysis on a wide range of political, economic and social issues.
Revolution, from the heart of nature.
Your weekly community labor report.
Bringing the news behind the headlines.
Join Richard Wolff as he takes a critical examination of economic issues from the perspective of Workplace Democracy.
Satisfy your hunger for food truth, with Melinda Hemmelgarn.
Laura Erickson shares her musings on birds and birding.
Ayana Young speaks with radical authors, activists and thinkers.
Interfaith Voices is the nation’s leading public radio show about faith, ethics and spirituality.
A sound landscape unlike any you’ve ever experienced.
An hour of political satire with Harry Shearer.
Covering critical social issues and encouraging civic participation.
Inspiring listeners to tap into their own innate wisdom and genius. Hosted by Michael & Justine-Willis Toms.
A series on Peacemaking and Nonviolent Conflict Resolution. Hosted by Paul Ingles.
Empowering the world’s citizens to advance space science and exploration.
A variety of guests with host Barry Vogel.
Lively informative hour of interviews with some of the nation’s most influential movers and shakers, and thought provoking discussions of the weeks news.
Preacher for the Planet.
Covering the shift to social, environmental, and economic sustainability.
Global news captured on shortwave radio, with host and producer Dan Roberts.
A weekly program that showcases radio production by independent community media.
David Swanson welcomes guests to discuss their work to bring peace to the world.
Get the ‘Queer in your Ear’
Time of Useful Consciousness. With host Maria Gilardin.
Women’s Independent News Gathering Service