KUT schedule changes


New Programs

Marketplace, M-F, 6:30-7pm

The World, M-F, 7-8pm

BBC World Briefing, M-F, 3-4am

Earthsongs, Sat, 4-5am

The Best of Public Radio, Sun, 11am-noon

World Music,* Sun, 8-10pm

Music from the Francophone Word, Sun, 10-11pm

Afropop Worldwide,* Sun, 11pm-mid

* returning


Canceled

Soundsight

Forum

Access

Overnight shifts of Jeff Johnston, Jim Caligiuri, Tom Pittman, Carter York


Moved/ Shortened/ Expanded

Jay Trachtenberg (jazz), M-Thu, 2-3pm

Paul Ray's Jazz, Mon & Thu, 11pm-3am

Twine Time, Sat, 7-9pm

Blue Monday, Mon, 8-11pm

Texas Radio, Tue, 11pm-3am

Phil Music, Thu, 8-11pm

Segway City, Wed & Sat, 11pm-3am

All Things Considered, M-Th, 4-6:30pm; Fri, 4:30-6:30pm

Horizontes, F, 1-3pm

Fresh Air, M-F, 3-4pm

Latino USA, Fri, 4-4:30pm

Car Talk, Sat, 9-10am

This American Life, Sun, 9-10am

Selected Shorts, Sun, 10-11am

Folkways, Sat, 10am-4pm

Femme FM, Sat, 9-11pm

Grateful Dead Hour, Sun, 3-4am

World Cafe, Sun, 4-7am

Live Set, Sun, 7-8pm

Diane Donovan (Overnite), Sun, mid-3am

Living on Earth, Sun, 5-5:30pm

In Black America, Sun, 5:30-6pm

New Dimensions, Sun, 6-7pm

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    KUT does major reconstructive surgery on its schedule, risking the wrath of change-phobic listeners.

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