The Dino Poortaste Show, Mondays from 2 - 4 pm
The "Dino Poortaste Show" crosses all musical boundaries. If it's good, he will play it!
From the Rarity of the Vinyl 45 rpm B-side to a seldom heard Live Concert performance, Dino will weave a musical web and stories connecting artists and continents. So "Buckle up" and "Turn it Up"and prepare to take a weekly Magic Carpet Ride in Sound. Contact host Dana Porteous with your comments at email@example.com.
Captain Ed's Smile Time Fun Hour, Tuesdays 4 - 5 pm
Captain Ed's Smile Time Fun Hour is an eclectic mix of music from the 60's, 70's, 80's, 90's, Naughty's, and Now! Each Week Captain Ed will explore new musical horizons with both the classics every one knows and loves and the deep cuts culled from the dusty vaults. Don't Forget to call or email and ask for requests! firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Dr. Angela Hour, Tuesdays 5 - 6 pm
Welcome to the Dr. Angela Hour. Do you control your mind, or does it control you? A talk show delving into a range of mind-brain, brain-body, spirit-soul, personal-politi
The Midnight Skeptic, Tuesdays 6 - 8 pmKPCA - LP 103.3fm is happy to have in its Tuesday evening lineup -The Midnight Skeptic - 6PM to 7PM right after Captain Ed's Smile Time Fun Hour.
The Midnight Skeptic talks about science oriented topics, and critiques, from a scientific point of view, paranormal phenomena, complimentary and alternative health practices, New Age energy healing, non-traditional therapies, and scientific denialist topics that have a profound influence on governmental policies (ie - Climate Change, anti Vaxxers, GMOs, Nuclerr energy, EPA and FDA decisions).
The Midnight Skeptic hopes to be both educational and humorous and non-confrontational. Guest speakers and call-ins will eventually come to be an exciting part of the show. Think critically, everyone!!!
In the Groove, Wednesdays from 2 - 4 pm
Joe Manthey’s In The Groove is a Blues music program hosted by Petaluma resident Joe Manthey. His goal is to massage the listeners ears so that s/he is in a better space after listening to the show. His programs will be similar to a musician's set list with the songs selected to play in a certain order for maximum effect. There will also be a bit of NPR likeness with information shared about the artists/music. Think of it as "serious fun." You can e-mail the host at email@example.com.
The Beatles Under-Cover, Thursdays from 12 - 2 pmThe Beatles Under-Cover is hosted by Petaluma resident Paul (The Walrus) Strobeck. On this show the Walrus will be playing The Beatles as covered by other musical artists. The Walrus will include original and cover songs by The Fab Four along with songs from their solo careers. In addition, he hopes the show will evolve over time to include music from various musicians and friends from The Beatles sphere of influence with occasional live in-studio performances featuring local musicians covering the band. Send your Beatles cover suggestions and requests to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jay Johnston's Blues House Party, Thursdays 2 - 3:30 pm
Two Micks and a Mic, Thursdays at 4:30 pm
Featuring Matt Maguire and John Crowley. Two Micks and a Mic is a wide-ranging talk show discussing anything and everything that strikes our fancy, from the micro-local to the intergalactic. We will be talking about local, regional, national and international politics, current cultural, entertainment and human events, and anything else that strikes our fancy. We will be having guest interviews, reminiscences, conjectures and hopefully, a little comic relief. We hope listeners will be entertained, and maybe learn a factoid or two in the process.
Phil and Ariel's Mixtape, Fridays 12 - 2 pm
Welcome to Phil and Ariel’s Mixtape on KPCA, Petaluma’s community access radio station. This is the show where we play songs that you don’t usually hear on the radio. Sometimes they’ll be from well-known artists that pretty much everyone knows. And other times they could be from small local bands you’ve never heard of. But one thing that they all have in common is that they are songs we like and we want you to hear.
Petaluma residents since 2014, Phil and Ariel are excited to become a more active part of the community. Growing up in families that constantly surrounded themselves with music, they have always dreamed of one day being able to share their love of the art form with anyone who is willing to listen.