4 pm - 6 pm
In Mixed Bag, Pete draws from his sizable library to offer a line-up that includes classical as well as jazz, bluegrass and humor. Pete brings decades of radio experience and an extensive classical background that invites insights into the music his listeners love to hear.
9 am - 11 am
Former host of “Foreign Affairs”, Slim has returned to kHEN for “Crossing Borders”, a two-hour excursion into traditional and contemporary musicians from around the world.
BEHIND THE KITCHEN DOOR
1:30 PM - 2 PM
Do you love to cook? Join Don Potts of Shallots Restaurant and Sandy Farrell for a half hour of cooking talk and ideas.
Weather or Not
5 pm - 5:30 pm
Wolfman Dave and his sidekick Ed discuss the weather in faraway places, like China, Romania or Alaska. They might discuss the local fishing or what’s happening in NASCAR. You just never know where they’re gonna go next. Tune in and find out!
5 pm - 6 pm
Julie is a storyteller by trade. She uses radio as a venue to tell stories. Topics are appropriate for mixed groups of adults and children. She encourages families to listen together and then talk about the story afterwards. Julie records two shows a month.
Connie Barr Miller
6 pm - 7 pm
The only live Grateful Dead show on the air in Colorado. For one hour, flow through the tunes and riffs of Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead. So hop on the air with Connie and enjoy the ride. Give us this day our daily Dead. Meet you there! Connie, your tie-dyed voice of the Rockies.
generations of country
Changing to Thursdays 3 - 5 PM
Generations of Country offers a mix of country music, past present and future. You will hear everything from Roger Miller to Jon Pardi and Kelsea Ballerini, along with introductions to new country artists. The host invites requests and dedications from listeners.
Golden Age of Radio
6 pm - 8 pm
There was a time before the internet, iPods, movies and home theater; back in the day, in the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s, sitting around the living room radio and being swept away with comedy, adventure and even the current news was a cheap way of being entertained. It quickly grew to become a family tradition.