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A collection of KWIT-KOJI's local interviews covering arts, culture, news, special interest and more.
 
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Ten O'Clock Blues
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Nighttime is the right time to have the blues and KWIT-KOJI dutifully brings them to you each Saturday Evening with "Stumpy" Steve Smith and the 10 O'Clock Blues. Smith, whose only real brush with southern culture was growing up in South Dakota, has enjoyed blues for about half of his life, first listening regularly to the public radio program Bluesstage with Ruth Brown. Smith mixes today's rising stars like Keb' Mo' and Susan Tedeschi with old masters like Howlin' Wolf and Muddy Waters. "Oc ...
 
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Swingtime
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Two hours of the best in big bands, crooners, jumpers, and stompers with FM90's Jake Moreland!
 
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The Jazz Standard
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Join Jake Moreland for "The Jazz Standard" on FM90, focusing on music that came about between the Swing era and Jazz Fusion. You'll hear lots of original recordings from both the heavyweights and the forgotten greats.
 
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Saturday Night Jazz
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Get a three-hour workout in America's true art form with Eddie Dunn and Saturday Night Jazz. Dunn's satin-smooth voice and creative delivery have caused more than one KWIT-KOJI listener to assume that SNJ is a syndicated program. We are proud to say however, that Mr. Dunn can be heard exclusively on the airwaves of KWIT-KOJI.
 
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Food for Thought
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Each week, FM90's Gretchen Gondek discusses the savory and surprising in the world of culinary delights with a special guest!
 
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Sunday in Siouxland
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A weekly hour of choral music hosted by Briar Cliff University's Dr. Sean Burton.
 
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Recorded on August 9, 2017 Hosted by Kelley O’Toole Co-Hosts: Chris Reynolds and Justin Macias Editing: Chris Reynolds This Episode Sponsored by the OC Ride for AIDS Follow-Up Episode 90: Rapha Deal Rumors Confirmed Acquisition... The post 92: The Rapha-Walmart Connection, Electric Bike Shares Pt. 2, Crossfit and Cyclocross, Lance Thwarted, and ...…
 
The team wraps up coverage of Le Tour, and Tim basks in the glory of being right. Travis Risley completes his ride down the California coast, China completes the world's longest elevated bikeway, and road rage in Canada gets very ugly. The post 90: Tour de France Part 3 (Final), the California Coast Route, Elevated Bikeways, and Road Rage Revis ...…
 
Welcome to Erk FM: International episode 505. With Rocktober & Norockvember completed, Erk has 5 episodes of Erk FM: International remaining before ending the show. The final episode of Erk FM: International will be on New Years Eve 2014. On this episode, Erk features two of his favourite international interviews from outside Australia. Both in ...…
 
Maestro Ryan Haskins joins Steve SmithBy KWIT-KOJI FM90.
 
Cindy Waitt joins Gretchen.By KWIT-KOJI FM90.
 
David Krogh joins GretchenBy KWIT-KOJI FM90.
 
The Sioux City Symphony's 2014-2015 SeasonBy KWIT-KOJI FM90.
 
A discussion about Dr. Schaap's book "Up the Hill."By KWIT-KOJI FM90.
 
Steve Warnstadt and Susan Grau join GretchenBy KWIT-KOJI FM90.
 
Johnny Winter comes to Vangarde ArtsBy KWIT-KOJI FM90.
 
Eddie Dunn talks with Philip Ganze
 
Eddie Dunn talks with Ben Sieradski
 
Dr. Richard Poole joins Steve Smith
 
Ballet Sioux presents Cinderella on March 8 and 9.
 
Randy's great-grandmother inspired his love of antique and costumes, a love that he brings to designing the costumes of Morningside's upcoming production of The Mikado. He is designing all of the men's costumes from scratch; the women's costumes are being built upon old Japanese kimonos. Morningside College stages The Mikado from March 27 to 30.…
 
The SCSO's Ryan Haskins joins Steve Smith. He tells us about the upcoming concert featuring pianist Wayne Weng and a program selected by the audience.
 
Dr. Crabtree-Groff is resurrecting the MA in Education at BCU.
 
This week The National Music Museum spotlights the piccolo; Food Bank of Siouxland's Empty Bowls; Dr. Dendrite and the Twisted Synapses rock Vangarde Arts, etc. Joanne Fox joins Steve Smith for your local arts calendar.
 
Dr. Thompson, director of the Roth Center for Entrepreneurship at BCU, gives us the lowdown on Entrepalooza.
 
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