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The Retro Cocktail Hour/Kansas Public Radio

Hear vintage recordings from the dawn of the Hi-Fi Era, Thursday nights at 9. Host Darrell Brogdon broadcasts from the Underground Martini Bunker, presenting pop stylings perfect for everything from the backyard party to the high-tech bachelor pad.

APM Reports

Objects hold history. They evoke stories stamped in time. The Smithsonian’s new National Museum of African American History and Culture has opened up a world of those stories. Hear some of them this Sunday afternoon at 5, as part of KSUT's Black History Month special programming.

Fort Lewis College history professor Andrew Gulliford travels Route 66 in his latest essay for KSUT's Southwest Sampler.

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Hear the troubadour perform live on the air just before his Durango concert appearance.

The Tuesday Agency

Author Craig Childs, on his latest book 'Apocalyptic Planet.' Childs spoke in Durango recently. He shared some insights on how the planet will end, and why we all have reason for optimism.

NPR Music

Video entries must be received by this Sunday night. The winner plays at NPR HQ and goes on a national tour!

NPR's politics team, with help from reporters and editors across the newsroom, have transcribed and fact-checked Donald Trump's inauguration speech Friday.

NPR's digital team will live blog the day’s events, including reports from across Washington D.C. and elsewhere, from NPR and member station reporters.

Stories On Stones

Jan 19, 2017
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A seemingly ordinary hike through the canyons of southern Utah turned into an extraordinary experience for Fort Lewis history professor Andrew Gulliford.

The Governor delivered his 2017 address Thursday, touching on health care, transportation and marijuana.

Join KSUT for special programming Monday January 16 in honor of Dr. King.

On the next KSUT Sunday Special, the final installment of the five-part series from APM Reports, examining how law enforcement handled the kidnapping of an 11-year-old Minnesota boy – a case that went unsolved for nearly 27 years.

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The departing President delivered his final address to the nation from Chicago Tuesday night.

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The NPR Politics team and reporters across the newsroom have annotated a Wednesday morning news conference with President-elect Donald Trump.

Donald Trump is expected to hold his first news conference in six months Wednesday. NPR News will cover the event live. 

Wyoming Public Media

A man walks from Mexico to the tip of South America with his best friend, a donkey; a man crosses the Atlantic to deliver livestock to post-World War II Europe; and an outdoorsy woman discovers she has more to learn about the wilderness. HumaNature, this Sunday afternoon at 5 on the KSUT Sunday Special.

Courtesy of Andrew Gulliford

KSUT contributor and history professor Andrew Gulliford teaches the Antiquities Act in some of his classes at Fort Lewis College. We interviewed him recently about Bear's Ears. He also offers his opinions of the politics surrounding the declaration.

Courtesy of Jonathan Thompson

KSUT spoke to Thompson a few months ago about the debate over how to manage a large area of federal land in southeast Utah. We revisit the interview in the wake of President Obama's recent declaration of the land as Bear's Ears National Monument.

The Third Coast International Audio Festival returns with their annual documentary competition. Each year, Third Coast organizers comb through hundreds of radio stories and present the winners.

We welcome 2017 with comedy, jazz, remembrances, and more. See the schedule here.

Year-end lists are everywhere, including at KSUT. Our small staff is made up of dedicated music fans who love turning people on to our favorite new finds.

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Join KSUT for a Sunday of holiday programming. Living on Earth and The Splendid Table specials air at their regular times. Hungry For the Holidays With Julia Child preempts Milk Street Radio and the Moth Radio Hour holiday show preempts Reveal. The Sunday Special this week is the annual holiday show from The Dinner Party Download.

Florence Lister's students say she had a particular way of making the ancient past interesting. The well-known archaeologist died in her Mancos home in early September. But her legacy lives on.

Some prospective college students find themselves spending the holiday making a decision about where to go to school.

Andrew Gulliford

Fort Lewis College Professor Andrew Gulliford presents original essays on the history, landscape, culture, and people of our region. Listen for the first episode this Wednesday morning at 7:42.

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There is virtually no way to make a legal living these days without at least a high school diploma. Still, nearly 20 percent of students don’t finish. Why?

Library of Congress

’Tis the season for giving. On this week's KSUT Sunday Special, we'll explore how ideas about charity, philanthropy and generosity have changed over the centuries.

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Holiday favorites include 'Alice's Restaurant,' Splendid Table's Turkey Confidential, Giving Thanks, and more.

Hearing Voices

We honor Native American Heritage Month with the story of the last remaining member of her village of Mescalero Apache.

Today, as results come in across the country, NPR reporters will be updating this breaking news blog in real time. The NPR Politics team, along with Member Station reporters, will be providing live updates in the form of photo, video, commentary, and analysis for both national and local contested races.

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