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The David Pakman Show

12:00amTuesday

12:00amTuesday

Host David Pakman analyzes the politics and news of the day, while also covering technology and energy development, business, religion and other topics.

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Divergent Sounds

1:00amTuesday

1:00amTuesday

Radio Phoenix’s AAA (adult album alternative) mix spotlighting an eclectic array of genres. Mornings spotlight a mix of Americana, Jazz, and World music. Afternoons and Overnights feature a mix of Electronic/Dance, Indie Rock/Pop, Rap, and R&B/Soul music.

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Sprouts

5:00amTuesday

5:00amTuesday

A weekly program produced and broadcast by a growing list of community radio stations. It brings new voices to the airwaves, increases communication between this larger community of media producers of conscience, and encourage production collaboration across geographical distances via the internet. Every week Sprouts broadcasts stories from local communities with national significance. The features are produced independently, but are generally tied by a common theme. Various hosts.

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TUC Radio

5:30amTuesday

5:30amTuesday

TUC (Time of Useful Consciousness) Radio, hosted by Maria Gilardin, is a weekly series featuring thought leaders discussing issues of the day. Past guests have included Michael Parenti, Anand Giridharadas, Helen Caldicott, Michael Madsen, and many more.

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Concierto

6:00amTuesday

6:00amTuesday

Concerto presents classical music in English and in Spanish. Classical favorites performed by Latino artists are alternated with music by Spanish and Latin American composers. Hosted by Frank Dominguez.

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Sound Beat

7:00amTuesday

7:00amTuesday

Got 90 seconds? Then you've got time for a trip through the history of recorded sound! Sound Beat highlights the holdings of the Belfer Audio Archive. The Belfer is part of the Syracuse University Library, and with more than half a million recordings, is one of the largest sound archives in the United States. Each SB episode focuses on one particular recording from the Archive, and provides a back story detailing its place in recording history. What kinds of recordings? Popular and classical music performances, film scores those from distinctly American musical forms like jazz, bebop, country, and bluegrass. Old favorites, rare gems, and some we guarantee you've never heard before, from Cab Calloway to the castrated stars of Italian opera, you'll hear it all on the Sound Beat! Hosted by Brett Barry.

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Divergent Sounds

7:02amTuesday

7:02amTuesday

Radio Phoenix’s AAA (adult album alternative) mix spotlighting an eclectic array of genres. Mornings spotlight a mix of Americana, Jazz, and World music. Afternoons and Overnights feature a mix of Electronic/Dance, Indie Rock/Pop, Rap, and R&B/Soul music.

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Democracy Now!

9:00amTuesday

9:00amTuesday

A daily, independent, award-winning news program. Pioneering the largest public media collaboration in the United States, Democracy Now! is broadcast on Pacifica, community, and NPR stations, public access cable television stations, satellite television (Free Speech TV & Link TV), shortwave radio and the internet. Hosted by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzales.

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National Native News

10:01amTuesday

10:01amTuesday

National Native News is a headline news service covering the social, economic and cultural issues that affect every community, and helps radio listeners understand the interconnectedness between Native people and their non-Native neighbors. National Native News is the only daily news and information program produced from a Native perspective that can be heard on public radio stations in North America. Hosted by Antonia Gonzales. **Please note that Arizona does not observe Daylight Saving Time. What this means is that during Standard Time for the United States (1st Sunday in November through 2nd Sunday in March) we carry NATIONAL NATIVE NEWS live from 11:01am to 11:06am MST. During Daylight Saving Time for the United States (2nd Sunday in March through 1st Sunday in November) we carry NATIONAL NATIVE NEWS live from 10:01am to 10:06am MST.**

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Native America Calling

10:06amTuesday

10:06amTuesday

A one-hour, call-in program, bringing listeners together for a thought-provoking national conversation about issues specific to Native communities. Each program engages noted guests and experts with callers throughout the United States and is designed to improve the quality of life for Native Americans. Rotating hosts. Call-in line: 1-800-996-2848. **Please note that Arizona does not observe Daylight Saving Time. What this means is that during Standard Time for the United States (1st Sunday in November through 2nd Sunday in March) we carry NATIVE AMERICA CALLING live from 11:06am to 12noon MST. During Daylight Saving Time for the United States (2nd Sunday in March through 1st Sunday in November) we carry NATIVE AMERICA CALLING live from 10:06am to 11am MST.**

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The Thom Hartmann Program

11:00amTuesday

11:00amTuesday

Thom Hartmann leads guests and callers in discussions of the topics of the day from a progressive perspective. LIVE Call-In # (202) 808-9925. **Please note that Arizona does not observe Daylight Saving Time. What this means is that during Standard Time for the United States (1st Sunday in November through 2nd Sunday in March) we carry THOM HARTMANN live from 10am to 11am MST. During Daylight Saving Time for the United States (2nd Sunday in March through 1st Sunday in November) we carry THOM HARTMANN live from 11am to 12noon MST.**

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Economic Update

12:00pmTuesday

12:00pmTuesday

Economics professor Richard D. Wolff and guests discuss the current state of the economy, locally and globally. The program explores alternative ways to organize, markets, and government policies.

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The Laura Flanders Show

12:30pmTuesday

12:30pmTuesday

Laura Flanders hosts this weekly series featuring field reports and in-depth interviews with forward-thinking people, in order to shift power from the few to the many, and create radical change.

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Divergent Sounds

1:00pmTuesday

1:00pmTuesday

Radio Phoenix’s AAA (adult album alternative) mix spotlighting an eclectic array of genres. Mornings spotlight a mix of Americana, Jazz, and World music. Afternoons and Overnights feature a mix of Electronic/Dance, Indie Rock/Pop, Rap, and R&B/Soul music.

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Climate Connections

2:00pmTuesday

2:00pmTuesday

Climate Connections informs how climate change is already impacting our lives and values as well as "solution stories" about what diverse people and organizations are doing to reduce carbon pollution and increase resilience to climate impacts. The series "connects the dots" between climate change and energy, extreme weather, public health, food and water, jobs and the economy, national security, the creative arts, and religious and moral values, among other themes. Hosted by Anthony Leiserowitz, Ph.D. of the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

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4:00pmTuesday

Mark My Words Sports Show is a lively and entertaining two hours mixing sports, news, current events and pop culture. Hosted by Duane Allen and Kenny Devine, regular features of the show include Ken's Top Ten, a hilarious and unconventional countdown of ten items popular with Americans today, and The Name Game, a segment where we pair five funny sounding names and guess whether they had a good or bad game this week.

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The Bungalow Show

5:00pmTuesday

5:00pmTuesday

Radio Phoenix's weekly arts and culture mashup! Join us as we leave the confines of the studio and hit the galleries, clubs and streets to bring you the voices of the Valley's burgeoning arts movements. You'll also hear from national and international authors, poets, spoken word and visual artists, as well as musicians who are progressively impacting our world.

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DW News

6:00pmTuesday

6:00pmTuesday

A daily global news service from Deutsch Welle, Germany’s public broadcaster.

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The Phoenix File

6:30pmTuesday

6:30pmTuesday

The Phoenix File is a weekly newsmagazine featuring the people and programs making a positive impact on the quality of life in the Greater Phoenix area. Guests come from the areas of social service and social justice; arts, culture and education; advocates for equality on behalf of all populations with special emphasis on the underserved; civic, political and other communal issues; and, newsworthy topics covered in-depth with balance, fairness and objectivity. Stu Turgel hosts this locally produced show for and about those who have a genuine interest and thirst to hear community conversations not covered in other media.

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Word with a Champ

7:00pmTuesday

7:00pmTuesday

Word With a Champ is a five-minute weekly radio show that features up close and personal interviews with professional and amateur athletes from a variety of events from rodeo to motor sports. The interviews are always entertaining and consistently include inspirational, motivational and spiritual reflections. Past guests include Native American athletes from a variety of sports, all of the defending PRCA World Champions, and others like, even Major League Baseball's MVP, Cody Ross of the San Francisco Giants. Hosted by Randy Taylor.

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Native Talk Arizona

7:06pmTuesday

7:06pmTuesday

Produced through a partnership between Native Health and Radio Phoenix, Native Talk Arizona presents interviews and discussions regarding current events, health, social, and cultural matters of interest to urban Native Americans. As well as performances of new and traditional Native American music. Native Talk Arizona is Arizona’s only Native American public affairs program produced at a non-Native, urban radio station. Hosted by Lanasha Puati.

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Unreserved

8:00pmTuesday

8:00pmTuesday

Unreserved is the radio space for Indigenous community, culture, and conversation produced by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). Host Falen Johnson takes you straight into Indigenous communities across North America, from Tuba City to Haida Gwaii, from Fort McMurray to Phoenix, introducing listeners to the storytellers, culture makers and community shakers. The Unreserved team offers real talk from the people behind the headlines, with a soundtrack from the best in Indigenous music.

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National Native News

8:54pmTuesday

8:54pmTuesday

National Native News is a headline news service covering the social, economic and cultural issues that affect every community, and helps radio listeners understand the interconnectedness between Native people and their non-Native neighbors. National Native News is the only daily news and information program produced from a Native perspective that can be heard on public radio stations in North America. Hosted by Antonia Gonzales. **Please note that Arizona does not observe Daylight Saving Time. What this means is that during Standard Time for the United States (1st Sunday in November through 2nd Sunday in March) we carry NATIONAL NATIVE NEWS live from 11:01am to 11:06am MST. During Daylight Saving Time for the United States (2nd Sunday in March through 1st Sunday in November) we carry NATIONAL NATIVE NEWS live from 10:01am to 10:06am MST.**

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Indigefi

9:00pmTuesday

9:00pmTuesday

A weekly one-hour show featuring an eclectic blend of modern Indigenous music, hosted by Alexis Sallee (Iñupiaq/ Mexican American). The show introduces you to the future of Native music with new and trending artists, while honoring the past by diving into the tracks that have shaped what we hear today. The highlight of each program is an artist interview with a featured musician. These interviews explore the unique Indigenous background and passions that inform the artist’s work.

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Reclaimed

10:00pmTuesday

10:00pmTuesday

Reclaimed is a one-hour weekly program that explores the many worlds of contemporary Indigenous music, from traditional songs to Native hip-hop, R&B, and the dancefloor-filling beats of electric powwow. Hosted by Jarrett Martineau, Reclaimed introduces listeners to a new generation of Indigenous artists, while paying respect to First Nations musicians of previous generations who set the stage for today's emerging talent to rise.

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Gaënö’

11:00pmTuesday

11:00pmTuesday

A one hour, weekly musical showcase that focuses on the various genres of contemporary music created by talented artists from the numerous Indigenous Nations of Turtle Island. Gaënö’ seeks to not only entertain audiences with great music but to also educate listeners who may not be familiar with, or are new to the modern Native American music scene. From Native Voice One (NV1).

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