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20: The Countdown Magazine
Sunday: 2-4am and 1-3pm
Hear the top 20 songs on the Christian rock charts! Jon Rivers counts down the greatest hits from bands like MercyMe, tobyMac, Jars of Clay, and lots more. Listen for the latest music news and interviews from today’s most popular Christian artists.
Find more information about 20: The Countdown Magazine on their website.
60s at 6
Remember the great sounds and psychedelic styles of the 1960s with 60s at 6! Frank Sinatra, Herman’s Hermits, The Beatles, and lots more: we let the music roll.
70s at 7
Make your Saturday-morning breakfast to the sounds of the Bee Gees, Steve Miller Band, and lots more from those glorious 1970s. It’s non-stop 70s ‘til 8am.
Monday-Friday: 7:30am and 8:30am
One minute of national news from ABC News.
It’s an hour dedicated to just one album. Josh spins new releases and old vinyls in their entirety, every other weekend.
American Standards by the Sea with Dick Robinson
A two hour internationally syndicated radio show broadcast from Dick Robinson's studio aboard his motor yacht "Airwaves," home ported in Palm Beach, FL. The show treats listeners to a entertaining, high-energy, swinging program featuring music from the Great American Songbook performed by contemporary stars as well as all-time greats like Frank Sinatra, Duke Ellington and Count Basie. Famous guests drop in on the party and Robinson shares interviews from his long career.
American Top 40: The 70s
He’s a legend: Casey Kasem has been keeping tabs on America’s pop charts for more than a generation. Now, you can hear his original, vintage shows from the 1970s every weekend. Relive the days of disco, progressive rock, and bellbottoms!
Brand Spankin' New
Eva spins the newest additions to our music library every Sunday. Check out brand new songs from contemporary artists: pop, indie rock, alternative, country, and more.
It’s the country side of the golden oldies, every Saturday morning! Start up your weekend with the traditional voices of country and western music.
Monday-Friday: 7:45am and 4:30pm
Our staff members hunt through their favorite songs and CD racks every month to bring you new musical recommendations. Every weekday it’s a different on-air staff member with a new featured song – and a new story to go along with it!
Every night: 9:16pm
A Roman Catholic prayer devotion based on the visions of Saint Mary Faustina Kowalska. The chaplet's prayers are specifically focused on mercy; they're often (but not always) said using Rosary beads. The Divine Mercy Chaplet is the newest part of our daily 9pm devotional hour.
The Early Afternoon Show
It’s KNOM’s signature blend of many different musical styles, mixed in with local announcements and spots.
Presented in three parts, the first week of every month:, , and after the 9am and 6pm weather
The personal reflections and stories of an elder from Western Alaska. The elders of Alaska Native communities are deeply respected for their exceptional cultural knowledge and experience. We are honored to share their insights and memories.
Bill McGlaughlin knows his classical music and shows it every Sunday on Exploring Music. Each show explores the genres, time periods, composers and compositions of a different theme or topic. Bach, Beethoven, Debussy and lots more: brought to you by WFMT Radio in Chicago.
Explore more on the Exploring Music website.
Every night: 9:30pm
The Rosary is one of the most beloved of Catholic prayers, and on KNOM, it’s one of our oldest traditions. Join us for the Rosary: 9:30 every night, with devotional and reflective music throughout the 9pm hour.
Family Theater Classic Radio
Recall the golden age of Hollywood with these half-hour, vintage radio dramas - originally broadcast in the 1940s, '50s, and '60s - that offer entertaining stories and timeless family values.
Each week, join us on a retro visit with the stars of the past - voices like Gregory Peck, Natalie Wood, Bob Hope, and Shirley Temple - for an uplifting, humorous, and meaningful look into family life. These compelling dramas offer inspiring insights into how to build unity within your family.
After each show, we keep the nostalgic spirit going with music from the 1940s and '50s.
Daily (when available): 12:25 and 5:25pm
If it’s summer, it’s time to go fishing! The Alaska Department of Fish and Game keeps us up-to-date on fishing conditions and season openings/closures, and we air the latest reports as part of our 12pm and 5pm hotline programs.
Airs only during summer fishing season.
Friday: 12:30-1pm (Effective October 2010, Flashback Lunch moves from Tuesdays to Fridays! This is an old favorite in a new time slot.)
Discover (or rediscover!) the music of a particular year in history. From 1950 to 2010, Friday Flashback takes us to a different era every time.
The Health Show
Reports and conversations on the latest developments in nutrition, medicine, and fitness.
You can find out more about The Health Show on their website: healthshow.org.
See Village Hotlines.
Thursday: 6pm and 10pm
What issues and events are affecting religion in today’s world? What can different faith traditions learn from each other? How are they changing, and how are they responding to – and influencing – the world around them? Explore these questions and more with Interfaith Voices, "the nation’s leading religion news magazine on public radio."
You can find out more about Interfaith Voices on their website: interfaithradio.org.
Salute the musicians and music of early jazz, hot jazz, and swing with Jazz Rhythm, hosted by Dave Radlauer. Discover the people who helped to shape jazz in its early days, as well as the contemporary musicians who are keeping the traditional styles alive.
Visit Jazz Rhythm’s own website at jazzhotbigstep.com for more information.
What jobs are available in your region? Who’s hiring, and what kinds of people are they looking for? Find out with Job File: brought to you by the Nome Job Center.
David spins jazz music from throughout the decades every Friday night. Swing into your weekend with jazz stars from Duke Ellington to Herbie Hancock.
Dave Coler spins an hour of exceptional live music, with bands from The Grateful Dead to The Oscar Peterson Trio and everything in between. Discover music recorded on-stage and in-the-moment.
Monday-Friday: 7:31am and 8:31am
The latest news stories impacting Western Alaska, presented in abbreviated form, plus today’s weather for your region. Learn more about our newscasts.
Monday-Friday: 7:02am, 8:02am, 9:02am, 12:02pm, 5:02pm
The most important stories, current events, and issues affecting Western Alaskans; weekday newscasts include stories on Alaska Native cultures, subsistence, education and educators, energy, politics, the state legislature, and lots more.
Learn more about our newscasts and listen to episodes of Update News.
Note: The Regional Weather Forecast follows after KNOM Update News.
Saturday & Sunday: 12:02pm and 5:02pm
We’ll keep you in touch with the latest news throughout the weekend. Listen for stories on what’s happening in Western Alaska and throughout the state. Learn more about our newscasts.
The Late Afternoon Show
Hang out with Josh and wind your way into the evening with music from the 1950s through today, plus announcements for what’s happening in your region.
The Late Morning Show
Monday-Friday: 10am-12noon (11am-12noonwhen Sounding Board airs)
Ric holds sway on late weekday mornings. He’s got the music and announcements to get you into your work day (or stay-at-home day!). Listen for the occasional song from the 1940s – as well as our signature mix of music from the 50s through today.
Lost in the 80s
Kelly gets lost in the decade of glam metal, new wave, and arena rock (and more) on Lost in the 80s! Hear U2, Journey, Guns N’ Roses, Michael Jackson, Men Without Hats, Flock of Seagulls, and all your 80s favorites.
Monday-Friday: 9:10am, 12:10pm, and 6:02pm; Saturday-Sunday: 9:02am, 12:10pm, and 6:02pm
Weather forecasts for Western Alaska’s coastal waters, brought to you by the National Weather Service. Learn more about our weather forecasts.
Our Regional Weather Forecast follows after Marine Weather.
When Father Ross is in Nome, we broadcast the Catholic Mass live from St. Joseph’s Catholic Church. Join us for the celebration of the Mass!
*If no priest is in town, we still broadcast the Sunday Celebration in the Absence of a Priest, led by Deacon Bob Froehle. If neither Father Ross nor Deacon Bob are available, you'll hear a prerecorded Mass service from the Passionist community at 10:30am. (See The Passionist Mass.)
The Mega-Mundo, Super-Gala, Post-Millennium, Hot-Tub-Party Rock Extravaganza
Only a title this long could capture a show this big! Dave Coler keeps it rockin’ on Saturday afternoons with ample doses of classic rock, folk, and even a bit of world music. Listen for a few spins on the record player: Dave always pulls out the vinyl.
The Mid-Afternoon Show
As the day continues on, stay with KNOM and hang out with Kelly for more great music!
The Mind's Eye (presented by Radio2000)
A classic national radio program, first aired in 1979, presenting dramatized radio adaptations of classic works of literature. These half-hour episodes were adapted and directed by Bob Lewis, and each presentation includes special effects and music soundtracks. The works of Lewis Carroll, J.R.R. Tolkien, L. Frank Baum, and other well known authors spring to life through the artistry of classical radio actors and a seasoned production team. Turn your Mind's Eye to this literary treat every Sunday at 12:30pm.
Monday Lunchtime Limelight
Every week, the spotlight shines on a different artist. Discover a new singer-songwriter or band every Monday.
Monday Night Review
From indie folk to blues, world music to rock 'n' roll, Jeff Collins lights up our Monday nights with ample enthusiasm and an eclectic, always engaging selection of music.
The Morning Show
Lucus and Dayneé kick off our weekday mornings with The Morning Show! Listen for music, trivia, talk, and regular giveaways.
Music and the Spoken Word
Featuring the angelic voices of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Music and the Spoken Word provides weekly liturgical reflection and sacred music for Sunday morning.
Josh takes you down the “musical road less traveled.” Hear music within a particular theme or a genre or style you might not expect; take the journey every other weekend.
Let the music play! If you’re up late (or up early), count on KNOM for the blend of music that sets us apart. Every hour has songs from the 1950s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 2000s, and today, plus a bit of Alaska Native music and Christian rock. Dayneé hosts on Saturday mornings (9:10-9:30am).
The Music Request Show
Joleen spins the best of alternative rock on Wednesday nights! Check out Musical Alternative for great tunes and fun commentary.
Native American Music Hour
Each week, Lisa Ellanna Strickling shares selections from her broad collection of Native American music. Lisa keeps us listening with a cross-section of songs, both contemporary and traditional, from different Native cultures, and she brings a special focus to the peoples of Alaska, the Arctic, and the North.
The Obie Show
Obie Simonis keeps the alternative, classic, and contemporary rock going on The Obie Show, every Sunday afternoon!
Mass from St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Nome, if available)(10:30am airing is replaced with live
Sunday morning Catholic Mass, recorded by the Passionist community in Riverdale, New York.
Periodically on Monday-Friday: 9:15am and 6:10pm (after weather)
Extended interviews with influential voices and experts in our region, or features on current events or cultural topics affecting Western Alaskans.
Learn more about Profiles and listen to the latest episodes.
Airs when available; does not necessarily air every day.
Putumayo World Music Hour
Hosted by KFOG personality Rosalie Howarth, the Putumayo World Music Hour is an internationally syndicated radio show that takes listeners on a weekly journey through the music of many different cultures.
PWMH playlists include well-known names like Bob Marley, Sting, Loreena McKennitt, and Santana, along with exceptional, underexposed international artists. The one-hour radio program also features interviews with world-class music makers who eagerly support and have been influenced by world music.
To learn more, visit Putumayo on the web.
Daily: 2 minutes after almost every hour
Rain? Sleet? Snow? Wind? Get the forecast for your area with our top-of-the-hour forecasts, provided by the National Weather Service. Learn more about our weather forecasts.
The Request Show
Dance the night away on Reverberation! Todd spins great dance music both old and new, every Saturday.
The Roadhouse Ramble
Lance keeps our Thursday nights filled with great roots music, including John Prine, Steve Earle, and lots more.
See The Family Rosary or the Rosary Devotional Hour (below).
Rosary Devotional Hour
Every night: 9pm
An hour of devotional, reflective music, leading up to and following The Divine Mercy Chaplet at 9:16pm and The Family Rosary at 9:30pm.
Saturday: 12:30pm and 5:30pm (after 12:15 and 5:15pm hotlines)
Got a song you’re dying to hear? Request it! Dayneé spins only your requests, every Saturday afternoon and evening. If we’ve got it, you’ll hear it.
School Lunch Menus
Monday-Friday: 6:50am (during The Morning Show)
What’s for lunch? Lucus reads school lunch menus from Nome Public Schools and the Bering Strait School District (BSSD).
Sing for Joy
Sacred music, liturgical reflection, and thoughtful commentary for the Christian week. Presented by St. Olaf College.
You can find more information about Sing for Joy on their website.
Thursday: 10am (September-May)
Our flagship talk show, Sounding Board is your chance to share your thoughts and experiences on something that’s affecting your life and your region. Join us each week for a new discussion on a new topic: it’s your hour and your show. Make your voice heard: give us a call or send us a message.
Contribute to Sounding Board on the web! Find out what we’re talking about this week, listen to our promo, and leave your comments at this week’s Sounding Board page.
Sunday Morning Reflection
Sunday: 4-6am, and periodically from 6am to 12noon
Spiritual (and sometimes classical) music for Sunday mornings.
Thursday Theme Park Lunch
It’s a show where all the songs are about the same thing... more or less. Songs about love, songs about animals, songs about food, and lots more.
Periodically on Friday: 10am
A call-in show that explores a topic of regional interest with the help of an expert or authority in that field. Share your thoughts, ask questions, and keep the conversation going. Learn more about our talk shows.
Tuesday Flashback Lunch*
*Tuesday Flashback has moved to Fridays! See Friday Flashback Lunch.
We've got you covered when one song by a particular artist just isn’t enough! Hear two songs in a row by the same band or singer.
Under the Radar
Todd has lots of great music to share, from artists and bands you may not know. Go Under the Radar with great independent and progressive music, every Tuesday.
UTR (Under the Radar*)
Some of the best undiscovered and under-appreciated music from Christian artists. Host Dave Trout shares stories, spiritual insights, and exclusive artist interviews to showcase the depth of faith and creativity found in today's Christian music. Brought to you by the Westar Media Group.
*Not to be confused with Todd Hindman's independent music show, Under the Radar, as described above.
Every day: 12:15pm and 5:15pm
One of KNOM’s oldest and most popular traditions: our Village Hotline program keeps you connected with what’s happening in your community, and it gives you the chance to send or receive messages within our Western Alaska listening range. Send a birthday greeting, an anniversary message, or something more urgent. Hotlines keep you in touch.
Rick Eason remembers the sounds and styles of yesteryear with Vintage Oldies! Hear what bands were topping the pop charts in a given week, month, or year in music history, or explore the golden oldies through a particular theme or subject.
A Way with Words
An upbeat and lively hour-long radio show about language: examined through history, culture, and family. Co-hosts Martha Barnette and Grant Barrett talk with callers from around the world about slang, grammar, old sayings, word origins, regional dialects, family expressions, and speaking and writing well. They settle disputes, play word quizzes, and discuss language news and controversies.
For more information, visit A Way with Words on the web.
Wednesday Stereotype Lunch
It's a new musical genre every Wednesday! From piano rock to bluegrass to dance music, sink your teeth into a different style over your Wednesday lunch.
With Heart and Voice
Sacred choral music spanning a wide spectrum of Western classical music, from the Gothic period through the 21st century with occasional surprises from the non-Western tradition. The program, hosted by Peter DuBois, celebrates the seasons of the church year from a musical perspective, focusing on the richness and beauty of sacred music. With Heart and Voice began as a local Sunday morning program on WXXI-FM in 1975; it's been broadcast nationally since 1989.