2001 at SPR

Jul 1, 2020

Spokane Youth Symphony performs for a KPBX Kids' Concert

January

Kids’ Concert exploring the sounds of animals and machines.

Nancy Roth reads the local memoir, Atomic Farmgirl: The Betrayal of Chief Qualchan, The Appaloosa, and Me by Teri Hein.

Fred Child becomes host of Performance Today.

February 

Keli Cunningham becomes SPR’s Volunteer Coordinator. 

All Things Considered spin-off All Songs Considered becomes NPR’s first online-only show.

March 

Women’s history month tribute to the women of NPR.

Health forum: The Mystery of Multiple Sclerosis.

Sue Stiritz hired to work the front desk on Mondays and Tuesdays.

Ira Glass

April 

The Murrow Award goes to Doug Nadvornick for reporting on helping the homeless, locally.

Ira Glass visits KPBX.

May 

All Things Considered turns 30.

June 

Hawaiian music of Lokomaika’i at an upcoming Kids’ Concert.

New series Pacific Time focuses on Asian interaction with the world, a different view for KSFC.

9th Annual KPBX Blues Cruise

July 

Running on Empty documentary on KSFC examines the energy crisis.

KSFC turns 2, with a fund drive to boost power!

August 

KJ McCleary takes the front desk Wed-Fri.

September 

Nacho Celtic goes on hiatus, Boombox Classroom fills in.

Ann Torigoe-Hawkins comes back to work in underwriting!

Underwriting Thank you event used as forum to talk about Terrorism.

Verne Windham conducting at the December KPBX Kids' Concert Waltz

October 

Letter from Doug Nadvornick about September 11 coverage and what’s to come for the News crew.

Forum talks about End of Life issues.

Interview about KPBX monthly show A Fine Frenzy.

November 

Live broadcast of Fall Folk Fest upcoming.

Kids Concert with Holladay & Siems.

Chas Schlesinger returns to the airwaves producing Jazz with Chas.

December 

KPBX Kids’ Concerts waltz’s in the year on New Year’s Eve with the Spokane Youth Symphony.