If there’s a fire, call the fire department. A robbery? Call the police. But if you wake to find that your dog has been doubled, or that your spouse has shrunk, or that you are somehow caught in a weird time loop — or that you are somehow caught in a weird time loop — that’s when you call Odd Squad. It’s a high-tech agency run by kids equipped with the world’s most advanced and unpredictable gadgetry. Why kids and not adults you ask? We told you this squad was a little odd. Have the kids tune in Sunday morning at 7:30 am (and Wednesdays at 6 am & 3:30 pm) on KUAC TV Channel 9.1, or GCI Channel 9 & GCI Channel 657 for HD.
KUAC3 now carries Pipedreams! A weekly two-hour radio show featuring pipe organ music, airing Sundays from 8-10 pm. Each week, Pipedreams host Michael Barone shares selected organ works and performances, and in doing so, encourages listeners to engage both their ears and imaginations to gain greater appreciation of this instrument. He talks with composers, organists, organ builders and restorers. The show features brand new instruments in churches and concert halls, plus historic pipe organs recorded in locations around the world, from ancient instruments in vast cathedrals to the “mighty Wurlitzers” of movie house fame. Pipedreams remains the only nationally distributed weekly radio program exploring the art of the pipe organ, and is aired on public radio stations around the country including KUAC. It is just one of the many weekly programs available on KUAC3 online, KUAC HD3 or KUAC TV 9.7.
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Hands on Crafts for Kids is packed with fun craft projects and ideas for kids 7-12 plus parents, teachers, grandparents and group leaders. Want to make crafting a part of everyday life? Projects are perfect for crafting at home, in the classroom, after school programs and even home schooling, and of course just to have fun! Tune in Sunday mornings at 9:30 on KUAC TV Channel 9.1, or GCI Channel 9 & GCI Channel 657 for HD.
Did you know that every public radio program has a clock? Broadcast clocks are set templates that stations like ours use to track the timing of a show’s stories and interviews, newscasts, and funding credits each day.
This fall NPR is making some changes to its newsmagazine clocks, in partnership with member stations across the country. This will help align programs with the way people listen to radio today, and provide stations with more flexibility to include the local news and info that’s important to their audiences.
So how will you notice the changes? Starting today, November 17, you’re likely to hear slight changes during Morning Edition and All Things Considered. In both program clocks, music breaks are longer, giving KUAC more opportunities to share details on upcoming stories while still having time to insert our local material. Regular Morning Edition features like StoryCorps and the sports commentaries by Frank DeFord will continue, though you may hear them in different parts of the program.
We’re sharing feedback with NPR about these changes as they roll out. If you have questions or comments, please send them to us at email@example.com.
50 Great Teachers, an ambitious year-long series from NPR’s Education Desk has begun! Throughout the school year the NPR reporting team will celebrate great teachers past and present — and report on what makes teaching great. Look for a mix of stories to air on NPR’s newsmagazines, as well as online profiles with explanatory reporting and personal stories at NPR Ed. The NPR Team will use their Facebook page and Twitter account for audience callouts on what makes great teaching. Be sure to follow @npr_ed to tell NPR Ed about the great teachers you’ve known. Or email your own story — 500 to 1,000 words — about a great teacher in your life, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Tune in weekdays from 5 to 8 am on KUAC FM, KUAC online, KUAC HD, and KUAC TV 9.5.
Last month, 23-year running JazzSet signed off the air (listen to finale HERE). JazzSet had been aired at 9 pm Thursday nights and has since been replaced by Jazz Night in America.
Jazz Night in America showcases today’s vital jazz scene while also underscoring the genre’s storied history. The weekly one-hour radio show hosted by multiple Grammy Award-winning musician Christian McBride, serves as the initiative’s centerpiece. The program features hand-picked performances from across the country, woven with the colorful stories of the artists behind them. Learn more about Jazz Night in America HERE.
The sights and sounds of science come alive in these selections from the 43rd Annual Lecture by renowned science communicator, Bassam Z. Shakhashiri, Chemistry Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Prof. Shakhashiri and special guests display fascinating phenomena, color-changing liquids, fog and smoke, both loud and melodious sounds. The 43rd element, Technetium, is also featured, and some of its unique secrets are revealed. Dazzling demonstrations will entertain and edify as you watch science in action. Tune in Sunday mornings at 9:30 thru 11/16 on KUAC TV Channel 9.1, or GCI Channel 9 & GCI Channel 657 for HD.