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2005 for SPR


New logo for SPR; lots of changes coming to the Guide (color, bi-monthly).

SPR celebrates 25 years of broadcasting.


Men in Black: Percussion quartet for the next KPBX Kids’ Concert.

KPBX re-airs Jazz Masters, a 1987 series featuring local talent, and also re-airs The Pied Piper.


The Klezmer Band performs for a KPBX Kids’ Concert and Robert Munsch comes for SPR and Get Lit!

Health Forum about prostate problems.

David Sedaris appears at the Met.

SPR welcomes financial assistant Cindie Treece.


Spokandolin featured at the next KPBX Kids’ Concert, also Milogna (Latin dance music).

Thank-you concert to feature the up and coming young musicians of the area.

Doug Nadvornick heads to DC for a bit; Suzanne Schreiner (an EWU journalism student) helps  produce shows in his absence.

Terry Gross coming to Spokane in the fall.

KSFC airs Travel with Rick Steves.



KPBX Kids’ Concerts: Viva La France & Military Brass.

Katherine Gellhorn remembered at the 15th annual Evening Under the Stars.

SPR gets several Murrows Awards.

Kai Ryssdal joins Marketplace.


KPBX Kids’ Concert to feature Old-time Americana songs; Smart City’s Carol Coletta to speak in Spokane.

KSFC gets new programs and a slight schedule shift.


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