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The Anything Goes” show premiered on KKFI 90.1 FM in the spring of 2000 as an alternative (and sometimes ridiculously zany) public affairs program focused on Kansas City’s cultural life, from astrology to zoology – and everything in-between. The call-in program has given KKFI listeners the opportunity to talk to local and national celebrities, authors, charlatans, playwrights, ghost hunters, chefs, drag queens, musicians and mixologists, historians and hysterics. Popular recurring guests include astrologer Brenda G. Smith, Northeast News publisher and author Michael Bushnell, gardening expert Kristopher Dabner, and historian Christopher Leitch, among others. No topic is too controversial – or crazy – for discussion on the show which was once (and possibly accidently) voted “Best Local Radio Show” by Kansas City Magazine. It is also the only talk show on the KKFI schedule that features its own in-studio mascot, “Hattie, the Studio Dog,” who effectively pitches for donations during the station’s fund drive.
Eclectics is a (variety) music showcase. This will be the first place you will hear many local artists, as well as national and international musicians, such as Sheryl Crow, Brollywacker, Shona Laing, David Hakan, Nick Lowe, The Rainmakers, Jen Raz, Mike Cross, David Lindley, Nellie McKay, The Samples, Dana Lyons. Rebecca could give you even more, but she won’t. Eclectics goes all over the place, wacky, weird, scary, silly and even controversial. After all – this is KKFI – you (the listener) is who we do this for.
Fri Jul 21st 2017 10.00am–12.00pm
R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.
Time zone: central
Warren Zevon “Mohammed's Radio”
from It Might As Well Rain Until September / Mohammed's Radio [Digital 45] - Single Other Comp (Independent gileshedley.com)
Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.