Short Segment

Freeze Frame | Noon on "Arts Magazine" | Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 10:58 am; Sunday at 12:30 pm; Monday at

Logo for Freeze Frame Freeze Frame is a weekly show reviewing the latest movies from Hollywood's best films to independent and arthouse movies.

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Headline News | 5:00-5:05 pm | Monday through Friday

Free Speech Radio News Headlines Tune into Headline News from Free Speech Radio News, one of the most respected sources of independent radio news in the United States and heard in more than 100 communities large and small from Nova Scotia to California, from Alaska to Florida. FSRN Headline News provides a daily newscast that calls on more than 200 reporters across six continents.

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Hightower’s Lowdown | 7:30-7:33 am and 5:57-6:00 pm | Monday through Friday

Jim Hightower Tune in to "Hightower's Lowdown," a short commentary segment. Hightower's daily two-minute commentaries that hit the issues hard...but with a sense of humor. Jim Hightower, America's leading populist, zings the powers that be in a way that makes audiences perk up, take notice, get angry, think, laugh out loud... and tune in for more.

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Plant Detective | 12:00 Noon | Saturday

Plant Detective Flora Delaterre, plant detective, investigates one medicinal plant per show including recent science, traditional uses, efficacy, risks, and lore.

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Take Two | Fridays, 12:30 pm, Saturdays, 5:58 pm) | Thursdays

Logo for Take Two The "Take Two" short segment reviews independently made films and art-house movies currently showing in Kansas City. Take Two first went on the air in 2012 and is co-hosted by Russ Simmons, producer of the “Freeze Frame” short segment, and Susan Sanders.

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Workers Independent News | 4:57 am, 7:57 am and 3:00 pm | Monday through Friday

Workers Independent News Logo Workers Independent News (WIN) is focused on the issues and concerns of working people. As a news service, WIN is devoted to bringing the voices of workers, their families, communities and organizations to the widest public possible, using all means of electronic media

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