KDX Worldround Radio from the Internet Building in the Center of North America just carried Quartet K. 493 by Mozart performed at the Opening of the Daniel Barenboim Concert Hall in Berlin, Germany, for tonight's final concert of the 26 program series of Deutsche-Welle Festival Concerts.
Next week in this time period begins a 13-week series "Live From Carnegie Hall" from New York City.
The sun is going down out on our campus and Henry Morgan will be coming on later with one of his rants from the 1940s.
Our website at kdxradio.com was closed today to mark my growing disenchantment with websites and online streaming, this being the final day of our 9th Year On the Air.
Tomorrow KDX will be 10 Years Old!
In the middle of another music show....right now, at 3:58 PM on 6/1/2017, it's "History Repeating" by Propellerheads ft. Shirley Bassey (yes, THAT Shirley Bassey). :)
1650 AM, "Radio Free Connecticut"
The Great Gildersleeve
Druid Hills Radio AM-1710- Dade City, FL. Unlicensed operation authorized by the Part 15 Department of the FCC and our Resident Hobby Agent.
Right now on 1650 AM, it's the "Sunday Chill Session". At the moment, 4:06 PM Eastern on 6/11/2017, I'm playing "I Don't Wanna Know" by Mario Winans ft. P. Diddy. :)
by Steely Dan.
Hosts Ian and Mark are discussing the Pledge of Allegiance. A grade school student somewhere was sent to the principal for refusing to say the Pledge along with the rest of the class. The young man's mother is now suing the school.
11:30 Mon. June 12
"Melissa" by the Allman Brothers
The Big Picture Science Show.
Jim Henry HBR Radio 1610, serving Honey Brook, PA. and NW Chester County.
Mac Arthur Park
Once again Ian and Mark are taking phone calls on "Free Talk Live" but I haven't been paying attention and have no idea what they're talking about.
At 12 Noon Amy Goodman will be talking with author Naomi Klein about her new book "No Is Not Enough" which has also been recently featured on TUC Radio with Maria Gilardin.
At 1 PM the San Francisco Symphony will appear the second to the last time on KDX as my affiliation with the Fine Arts Network expires at the end of the month and I've chosen not to renew.
Also June 30 will be the end of streaming for KDX as we shrink to yardcasting with talk programming I can ignore.
DHR said "Superman"
That could be a song by Donovan or the Movie Theme by John Williams.
Come to think of it maybe it's a reference to me.
The "Adventures of Superman" but it still could be you.
The Democracy Now program is explaining "emoluments".
Something else happened just earlier...
I experimented with running stream links on Zara and found that Zara only connects to stream links that contain the prefix [http://] in the stream address.
Write that down in your manual.
"Buzz Buzz a Diddle Dit" Freddy Cannon
Followed by "Nutbush City Limits" Tina Turner
The Ralph Nader Radio Hour is on KDX but I have no idea what is being talked about... my thoughts are louder than the radio.
Doing a morning wake up show, which is a rarity for me, LOL. Got some Bon Jovi playing right now...."Bad Medicine". :)
"Tick Tock" by the Boppers....followed by "The Locomotion" by Little Eva.
Big Picture Science
Newscast is talking about all kinds of stuff... stories so far, the government is back, animal protection is getting a mention. Are those two different stories? Or, are politicians getting protection under animal rights?
Listening more closely might help.
The Kevin Smith Show. Six years archived up to his last show prior to his death in 2014.
by MRAM 1500
Charter Member - Association of Low Power Broadcasters
Chairman - ALPB
Life Underground, "Flanagan's Farm"
Yes, the dark shadows in the doorway window are lighting up and KDX is carrying two hours of news on "Loud and Clear" from Radio Sputnick.
Ever since "our" government went on the attack against RT (Russia Today) and Radio Sputnick I have been carrying their newscasts. If the ham-heads in the White House complain about it, it must be something good, and indeed it's first rate and excellent!
If you don't agree with that maybe you'll agree with this:
Boy that first surge of coffee in the morning has got to be one of life's finest experiences! Here, have some.
Latin Waves, then Radio Eco-Shock, then Michael Slate Show, then Martian Gardens.
Jack Scott - Now That I. Interestingly enough, I just picked up that 45 yesterday in a thrift shop.
Followed by Gary Lane- How Wrong Can You Be?
Getting darker in the window, windy outside but on the mild side with upper 50s.
"The World Accxording to Jesse" rings out on all frequencies, Jesse Ventura and his female co-host Brigita talking about food preservatives that poison us.
I just came back from the Save-So-Much Store with two weeks of supplies, and I always wonder at things like the new permanently fluffy bread that remains so squishy bouncy unlike the dried-out bread of the past. I read somewhere that factory bakeries use a plastic additive to keep the spring in a loaf of bread.
Looking around the store I notice customers barely stumbling, dragging and crawling their way way around, getting a fix for their salty needs and coming close to meeting their maker from those cell-phone cars speeding through the parking lot.
Carl makes a note to mention it on THE SUNDAY MORNING NEWS.
People squeeze the bread and think the softer and fluffier it is, the fresher?....NO!
If you read the ingredients you'll see the chemicals added to make it like this. Google these things and see what they really are.
Back to the subject of this thread: Playing right now at 7:37PM Jan 26/18
" I'm a Fool" Dino Desi and Billy.
The KDX Mobile Unit is the only car in the parking lot here at the Church of the Subgenius, being carried on all frequencies and streamed to Asia.
"You would pay to find out what you really think." - J.R. BoB Dobbs