News Correspondent Paige Browning joins SPR.
SPR presents a Health Forum on Northwest Water: Your Health, Your Life.
The Guide changes format, from a newsprint magazine to a glossy trifold.
Frank Delaney’s program Backwater Blues Hour returns to the lineup of KPBX, followed by Beale Street Caravan.
A World of Possibilities ceases production and is replaced by Philosophy Talk on KSFC. A new cooking program called America’s Test Kitchen is added to the Sunday afternoon lineup.
BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet performs at The Bing Crosby Theater with proceeds to benefit SPR.
Pianist/Artist Scott Kirby performs for the annual Thank You event.
In programming, Civic Orchestra of Chicago began to air on Mondays at 11 a.m. on KPBX and Tim Herold begins a locally produced program called Indie Bandstand on Saturday evenings from Midnight to 1 a.m.
Laura Citino joins SPR as the weekend board operator.
Dr. Cary Boyce joins SPR as the new General Manager.
Tom Parker becomes Chair of the SPR board.
“Evening Under the Stars” includes food by Catered for You, and music by Paul Grove, Rhonda Bradetich, and Diminishing Faculties. This is the final Evening Under the Stars event.
Ask Me Another, a show about trivia and brainteasers begins airing on KPBX on Saturdays at noon.
Two programs are tested during July: Cabinet of Wonders is a variety show recorded live in NYC, and Live Wire comes from the Rose Theatre in Portland, OR.
What I Found with Mike Wiebers returns for a summer run on Monday mornings.
Nellie McKay and Paula Poundstone come to The Bing Crosby Theater in separate performances benefitting SPR.
Car Talk finishes airing new episodes due to the retirement of Tom Magliozzi.
L.A. Theaterworks plays Tuesday evenings on KPBX.