Programs A-Z

  • Classical music with host Jim Tevenan.

  • Spokane Public Radio's commitment to our community's arts and music scene includes an extensive on-air Arts Calendar, showcasing artistic events which appeal to a broad audience and open to the public. Listings are also available

  • Highlights of performances from the Inland Northwest and around the world.

  • Every week you'll discover interesting programs on Director's Choice.  It's a showcase for some of the best public radio has to offer.  You'll hear documentaries, one-off programs, limited-run series, and other great shows that you might not...

  • Michael Patoray hosts two hours of jazz to kick off the weekend.

  • Here's how host Kevin Brown describes his show Front Porch Bluegrass:

    "I love the classic sounds of the first and second generations of bluegrass. There is something timeless and deep in the voice of...

  • Classical guitarist Leon Atkinson joins Verne Windham in the KPBX studio for an hour of live and recorded music.

  • Spokane Public Radio listeners now get three consecutive hours of Dan Maher's Inland Folk program on Sundays. The celebrated folk musician shares the music of local and national folk artists on his program, from Northwest...

  • SPR's Operations Manager Brian Flick spins selections for a Friday afternoon.

  • John Johnson conducts a tour of the obscure world of early rock and pop music. The 95% of records that never got commercial airtime have a home, Johnson’s Improbable History of Pop features those artists who fell through the commercial cracks.<...

  • KPBX hosts play selections from the classical music library.

    Monday 9:00am-11:00am with Jim Tevenan
    Tuesday-Friday 9:00am-11:00am with Verne Windham
    Saturday 10:00am-12:00pm with Jan Munstedt
    Sunday 10:00am-12:00pm with...

  • Caridwen Irvine-Spatz recently took over as host of Nacho Celtic Hour, a program that is half Celtic and half children's music. Started by Carlos Alden in the 1990's the hour-long show takes the music seriously while having a whole lot of fun. ...

  • Jim Tevenan plays selections from recently released albums in the Classical world.

  • A mix of live performance with new and classic recordings from our library that shows the great beauty and scope of the world of the piano, its players and the boundless variety of its music.

  • Operations Manager Brian Flick chooses relevant and informative public affairs programs for the noon hour. Selections are chosen from programs such as: Alternative Radio, Cambridge Forum, City Arts & Lectures, Commonwealth...

  • The Saturday Café is a weekly two-hour musical journey to the far-flung corners of the world. Since 1987, host Michael Patoray has presented both traditional and contemporary music representing the other 7...

  • We are on earth. What do we do about it? All of this space, so many ways to turn our senses onto new soundscapes that parallel yet challenge generations, continents, belief systems. Soundspace with Zan pushes the parameters of...

  • Coeur d'Alene bluesman, guitarist, and singer Brother Music hosts this locally produced Blues program, which will focus on a wide range of music from the early days in the Mississippi Delta to current tunes.