Thursday at 7:00 pm
Thursday Night Special
You never know what you might hear in this time slot. It could be a new show audition, a timely current events story or a show from our archives.
The first Thursday of the month features Khadijah and the White Guy, a half hour program about race, followed at 7:30pm, by Shots in the Night Radio Theater.
The second Thursday features Mind The Gap, an hour of UK Underground Dance Music hosted by J Zed.
The last two or three Thursdays of the month are dedicated could be anything!
Dreamland Diaries: Space Alien Parade & The Day After Roswell July 14, 2016 | 7:00 pm
A paradoxical 1997 journey to Roswell, New Mexico for the 50th anniversary of a purported flying saucer crash—complete with Space Alien parade, in-person interview with Glenn Dennis (who saw the crash debris), and music by Star-Trek composer Michael Henry.
Later, more eruptions of the irrational, detrimental robots from the inner Earth, and Col. Philip Corso himself telling the story of how he parceled crash wreckage from Roswell to the defense-industry who back-engineered the mangled spacecraft creating integrated circuits for computers, fiber optics, and other optical-digital technologies.
The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde + Shots in the Night July 7, 2016 | 7:00 pm
The classic tale of good and bad in all of us. Presented as a mystery as Gabriel Utterson, a friend of Henry Jekyll, tries to find the link between the murderous Mr Hyde and his friend. And when he finds the link, Utterson will be forever horrified by it. Then, KKFI's own Shots In The Night swing into gear at 7:30pm
Hear Now Presents Tony Brewer (Instructor/Writer and Director of The Last Broadcast) June 9, 2016 | 7:00 pm
The Hear Now Audio Arts and Fiction Festival is in town and we offer a sampling of what they are about.
Economic Update-False Econ Recovery, True Journalism (May 12th, 2016) May 12, 2016 | 7:00 pm
Richard Wolff provides updates on "carry interest tax loophole," Miami's Marlin Park and state subsidies for business, negative interest rates, and banks' "bail-in" versus "bail-out." Interview reporter Bob Hennelly about false economic recovery, dissolving society, and real journalism