What was it like during the first ever Iditarod sled dog race in 1973? Howard Farley talks mushing, volunteerism and the Iditarod legacy.
What is love? It’s a big question, but this month’s Story49 delves into the topic through the stories of five local couples.
What does it mean to be a change-maker? This month’s Story49 features Tuesona, Denice and Brooke, three women fighting for a more inclusive society.
Join KNOM in celebrating Martin Luther King Day through “King’s Last March,” a one-hour American Radio-Works documentary.
KNOM proudly presents the 2014 Christmas Play!
Your favorite shows have “gone Christmas” this week. Each show celebrates the Christmas season in its own, unique way. See the schedule for this year’s featured shows.
In late November, weekend listeners to KNOM may hear two artists they’ve been listening to for decades — but in ways they haven’t heard until 2014.
This month’s Story49 features educator and dancer Mary Huntington. “All the things that I do in classrooms and schools… trying to incorporate culture and language, probably wouldn’t have taken place if I didn’t start out with Eskimo dance,” she says.
October’s Story49 features Rolland and Deb Trowbridge reminiscing about their family sailing adventure that ended unexpectedly in Nome.
This month, Story49 features Moses Wassilie of Nunapitchuk, Alaska. In this episode, Moses reflects on his favorite works and artistic journey.