Podcasts & Audio Archives

section-audio-archives

ABOUT KKFI AUDIO ARCHIVES & PODCASTS

It’s never been easier to listen to KKFI local programming when and where you’d like to. KKFI offers free on-demand audio programming to you on your favorite podcasting platform, or made available to download to your computer utilizing an RSS feed or an automated subscription software like iTunes. Subscribe to a podcast and you’ll always have the latest episode. Listen to podcasts on your smart phone, your computer, or transfer the files to your iPod or MP3 player to take them with you.

The opinions expressed in the programs that appear on this site are the opinions of the creators of the work and not necessarily those of KKFI’s staff or management. Be aware that some of the non-broadcast podcasts on this page may contain adult material that may not be suitable for children. 

Click the RSS symbol below to subscribe to a program using a RSS or podcast player.

Click the APPLE symbol below to subscribe via iTunes.

Click here for a podcast FAQ.

Program Podcast iTunes
All Souls Forum Subscribe to this Podcast Subscribe via iTunes
Arts Magazine Subscribe to this Podcast Subscribe via iTunes
Artspeak Radio Subscribe to this Podcast Subscribe via iTunes
Blue Room Live (music) Subscribe to this Podcast TBD
Eco Radio KC Subscribe to this Podcast Subscribe via iTunes
Every Woman Subscribe to this Podcast Subscribe via iTunes
Freeze Frame – Movie Reviews Subscribe to this Podcast Subscribe via iTunes
Heartland Labor Forum Subscribe to this Podcast Subscribe via iTunes
Jaws of Justice Radio Subscribe to this Podcast Subscribe via iTunes
Live Broadcasts (music and spoken word) Subscribe to this Podcast TBD
Native Spirit Radio Subscribe to this Podcast Subscribe via iTunes
Paris of the Plains Podcast Subscribe to this Podcast Subscribe via iTunes
Radio Active Magazine Subscribe to this Podcast Subscribe via iTunes
Take Two – Movie Reviews Subscribe to this Podcast Subscribe via iTunes
Tell Somebody Subscribe to this Podcast Subscribe via iTunes
The Tenth Voice Subscribe to this Podcast Subscribe via iTunes
Urban Connections Subscribe to this Podcast Subscribe via iTunes

All Recent Audio Archives

 

Trans Talk: Transgender people of color, and a transgender rights legal discussion. ORIGINAL BROADCAST: June 25, 2016 | 1:00 pm

Play

We're going to discuss two very important topics on this month's Trans Talk edition of The Tenth Voice. First, we will be talking with attorney Larry Altman about the current status of North Carolina's anti-transgender legislation, and how the upcoming election could impact transgender rights. Next, we will have a discussion with Nyla, Kelly, and Freddie, three transgender persons of color who are joining us to explain the specific challenges faced by their community, and to educate us on how we can be better allies to this community which is at such high risk.

Byrd Productions & “Frontiers” ORIGINAL BROADCAST: June 27, 2016 | 12:00 pm

Play

Beth Byrd will join Michael to talk about the activities of Byrd Productions Physical Theatre, and at 12:30, the anthologies of 30 women who pioneered the Three Trails are featured as Nancy Eppert tells us about the play "Frontiers".

ARTSPEAK RADIO live with Lisa Cordes, Don Simon, Ruben Alonso III, and Davin Gordon ORIGINAL BROADCAST: June 22, 2016 | 12:00 pm

Play

Maria talks with Artist INC. Director Lisa Cordes, Arts attorney & managing partner with Mudstomp Records, and Alt Cap President Ruben Alonso and Program Coodinator Davin Gordon.

Jill Stein ORIGINAL BROADCAST: June 27, 2016 | 6:00 pm

Play

Green Party Presidential Candidate, Jill Stein checks in in advance of her visit to Kansas City.

FREEZE FRAME: “Free State of Jones” ORIGINAL BROADCAST: June 24, 2016 | Noon on "Arts Magazine"

Play

Ever seen a movie that should have been great but just missed the mark? Such is the case with “Free State of Jones,” an earnest and well-meaning historical drama undone by a jagged structure that prevents it from being the gripping experience it should have been.

FREEZE FRAME: “Finding Dory,” “Central Intelligence” ORIGINAL BROADCAST: June 17, 2016 | Noon on "Arts Magazine"

Play

It’s taken Pixar 13 years to come up with a sequel to the smash animated hit, “Finding Nemo.” But even after all these years, this fish is still fresh. Ellen DeGeneres again provides the voice for the forgetful blue tang in “Finding Dory,” as she and her aquatic friends go on a cross-ocean adventure to find her lost family. While the movie lacks the strong story of its predecessor, there’s still an ocean of imagination on display, from the amazing visuals to the snappy sense of humor. And, yes, you may need a Kleenex or two. There are those who will say that “Finding Dory” is lesser Pixar. Maybe so, but “lesser Pixar” is still better than most movies, animated or otherwise. “Finding Dory” may well rescue this summer’s floundering box office.

Call In Show-Part 2 MO State Representatives Brandon Ellington and Judy Morgan ORIGINAL BROADCAST: June 27, 2016 | 9:00 am

Play

Host Melvin Merritt talks with 22nd District Representative Brandon Ellington and 24th District Representative Judy Morgan and your phone calls too.

Fred V & Grafix, the new Disclosure EP, Illyus & Barrientos, Kalyde, & J Zed’s June Round-Up! ORIGINAL BROADCAST: June 25, 2016 | 10:00 pm

Play

Round OUT the first month of summer with J Zed's Round-UP on this week's show, where she'll be re-rinsing all her favorites from the last four weeks. And in The First 30, don't miss an exclusive from the forthcoming Fred V & Grafix album, and new tracks from the likes of Illyus & Barrientos, Gorgon City, Kalyde, and so much more.

David Bell, Melissa Patterson-Hazley And You Discuss The Issues Of The Day ORIGINAL BROADCAST: June 20, 2016 | 9:00 am

Play

Local Attorney David Bell and Melissa Patterson Hazley PHD, an Educational Psychologist talk about some of the interesting stories of the day and you're asked to call in with your insights and questions as well.

Confronting Extremist Violence, the Refugee Crisis, and Fear: Faith Responses ORIGINAL BROADCAST: June 22, 2016 | 6:00 pm

Play

On May 19th, the American Friends Service Committee, the Greater Kansa City Interfaith Council, & the Kansas City Public Library hosted a forum to discuss the following questions. Should our response to extremist violence be violence or are there others ways to respond? Should we welcome refugees from Syria or close our borders? Hear faith leaders discuss these and other issues challenging us at home and abroad.

Showing page 1 of 150 Next