Host, Your Legal Rights
Morning Edition Local Host / Announcer
Board Op/Announcer; Producer and Co-Host, Folk Music & Beyond
Announcer, Arts & Cultural Host
News Managing Editor
Host, Your Call
KALW Radio Schedule
- Radio Schedules
End Time = 5:00 AM
Midnight The World Today; 12:30 Business Daily; 12:50 Witness; 1:00 Assignment; 1:30 Outlook; 2:00 World Update with Dan Damon; 3:00 World Have Your Say (early edition) with Chloe Tilley; 3:30 Health Check; 3:50 Witness; 4:00 Newshour
End Time = 9:00 AM
hosted by Steve Inskeep & Renee Montagne
NPR's signature morning show, with news updates from the BBC at the top of each hour. Also, a local daily almanac at 5:49 and 8:49, what's for lunch in the San Francisco public schools at 6:49 (a San Francisco exclusive!) and daily commentary from Jim Hightower at 7:49 (also exclusively on KALW in the Bay Area).
End Time = 10:00 AM
Interviews & reviews from contemporary culture and newsmakers. Plus, Garrison Keillor's "Writer's Almanac" at 9:01.
End Time = 11:00 AM
hosted by Rose Aguilar
KALW's signature call-in program. Join the conversation by calling 1-866-798-8255 (or locally 415-841-4134) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
End Time = 12:00 PM
The BBC's International Call-In Program(me), presented one hour delayed.
End Time = 1:00 PM
"Who Stole the American Dream?" – Pulitzer Prize-winning former New York Times journalist and Emmy award-winning PBS producer Hedrick Smith reveal the trail of political and corporate decisions that got us to where we are, and what can be done to restore our hope for a better life for future generations.
End Time = 2:00 PM
hosted by David Latulippe
This week, playwright Andrew Saito and director Rob Melrose discuss the Cutting Ball Theatre's world premiere production of "Krispy Kritters in the Scarlett Night", comedy writer/producer Billy Riback talks about the upcoming show at the Marines Memorial, "When You're In Love, the Whole World's Jewish", which is being directed by Jason Alexander. Cellist Robert Burkhart offers a live studio performance, and Dianne Keogh updates us on some recent and upcoming cultural events.
End Time = 3:00 PM
BBC's flagship program from London, that provides the latest news and interviews with newsmakers, eyewitnesses, correspondents, and analysts. Includes NPR news headlines at 2:01.
End Time = 5:00 PM
Robert Siegel & Michele Norris
NPR's signature afternoon magazine, with live news headlines from Washington and London.
End Time = 5:30 PM
KALW News brings you context, culture, and connection to the Bay Area.
End Time = 6:00 PM
BBC World Briefing
The latest news from London.
End Time = 7:00 PM
hosted by Terry Gross
The Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues.
End Time = 7:30 PM
hosted by Marilyn Pittman & Eric Jansen
Host Marilyn Pittman talks with James Black and Charles Morris, editors of "An Archive of Hope" – a collection of Harvey Milk's his speeches, columns, campaign materials, and press releases, all introduced in their original context by the editors. We learn firsthand about Milk's passion for government by the people, his "Buy Gay" campaign, and his strong political and motivational views.
End Time = 8:00 PM
hosted by Greg Gordon
The international lesbian & gay radio magazine.
End Time = 9:00 PM
Carol Off & Jeff Douglas
News and information from a Canadian perspective. Includes the Marketplace Tech Report at half past the hour.
End Time = 11:00 PM
Emmanuel Nado & Edwin Okong'o
Musical gems from Africa and the African diaspora that will stimulate your senses. Vintage and contemporary sounds from Abidjan to Zimbabwe, the Caribbean, Latin America and beyond!