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PLEASE FEEL AT HOME. THIS IS OPEN-MINDED, UNINTIMIDATED PUBLIC RADIO. That's what we believe Public Radio should be. Especially here in Santa Fe, "The City Different." KSFR demonstrates this commitment 24 hours a day, with programs that reflect the independent, thoughtful perspectives of our own community, as well as those of other critical thinkers around the world. You'll hear opinions that don't toe the line, from all corners of an issue. Santa Fe Public Radio's insistence on diversity extends to the music we play. Nearly every musical genre is represented in the course of our broadcast week. We pay special attention to local New Mexico musicians whose talent often finds an appreciative audience among KSFR listeners. KSFR News covers Northern New Mexico with the largest radio news team in the capitol city. Reporting on the international scene, we count on our partner, BBC World Service, the largest independent news organization in the world.

Series

Caption: Host Lauren Camp
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"Audio Saucepan" is a delicious, one-hour journey through poems, philosophical fragments and literary excerpts expertly intermixed with music from across the globe - jazz, spirituals, world percussion, and other sounds. This is a show with multiple moods ... a saucy potluck of reason and tempo. Hosted by artist and poet Lauren Camp, the show is recorded live and airs weekly on Santa Fe Public Radio, KSFR 101.1FM.

  • From: KSFR
  • Updated: Mar 23, 2011
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A KSFR multi-part series produced by Ellen Berkovitch, Hannan Colton, and Rita Daniels

  • From: KSFR
  • Updated: May 07, 2018
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Discourse about diverse approaches to health care, featuring local and global practitioners versed in medical, complementary, and/or alternative practices.

  • From: KSFR
  • Updated: Apr 24, 2015
Caption: Host Martha Burk
127 Pieces

Weekly 2 1/2 minute public affairs commentary on topics in the public debate, political issues, and how decisions in Washington and around the world affect ordinary citizens, often with an emphasis on women. Critical analysis that goes beyond the breaking news.

  • From: KSFR
  • Updated: Aug 05, 2013
Caption: Here And There with Dave Marash
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HERE AND THERE with Dave Marash: it’s a reporter’s dream! 50 minutes to tell you about the headlines, the context and the meaning of a significant news story.

  • From: KSFR
  • Updated: Jan 28, 2019
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The most hilarious and informative weekly radio show about food in the Southwest out there ! Some say we are "The Click and Clack of food". The show features seasonal cooking and entertaining ideas as well as lots of local color highlighting the hot Southwest food scene.

  • From: KSFR
  • Updated: Feb 20, 2007
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This three-part series addresses the lives of Native American homeless in Albuquerque, New Mexico and on the streets of old Route 66.

  • From: KSFR
  • Updated: May 02, 2018
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Our Times with Craig Barnes explores everything from pot shards in ancient history to fragments of reason in American politics, the depths of our despair and the seeds of new hope.

  • From: KSFR
  • Updated: May 05, 2015
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November Election 2008

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  • Updated: Aug 11, 2008
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Weekly inspirations on life from a Buddist perspective

  • From: KSFR
  • Updated: Aug 25, 2007

Latest Pieces

Caption: Host Martha Burk
Every month nearly 50 women in the U.S. are murdered with a gun, most often by a husband or boyfriend.

  • Added: Oct 17, 2013
  • Length: 02:30
Caption: Host Martha Burk
October marks the International Day of the Girl Child. This year's emphasis is on education.

  • Added: Oct 07, 2013
  • Length: 02:30
Caption: Host Martha Burk
The Supreme Court session starts in October, and some hot button issues are likely to be heard this term. The hottest may be corporate control of ...

  • Added: Oct 03, 2013
  • Length: 02:30
Caption: Host Martha Burk
Chicken is big business in the U.S. During National Chicken Month, the industry gives us ways to celebrate -- by eating more chicken of course. Bu...

  • Added: Sep 26, 2013
  • Length: 02:30
Caption: Host Martha Burk
Forty seven million people in the U.S. depend on food aid, and almost half are kids. For the first time in modern history, the House has passed as ...

  • Added: Sep 18, 2013
  • Length: 02:30
Caption: Host Martha Burk
President Obama got a short reprieve when Russia put forward a plan to avoid a U.S. missile strike on Syria by sequestering Syria’s chemical weapon...

  • Added: Sep 11, 2013
  • Length: 02:30
Caption: Host Martha Burk
Two and one half minute commentary on the debate about bombing Syria, and the domestic trade-offs.

  • Added: Sep 05, 2013
  • Length: 02:30
Caption: Host Martha Burk
Labor Day was created in the 19th century by the unions, to celebrate the economic achievements of American workers. But if we look at the 21st ce...

Bought by KMUD, KSVR Studios: Skagit Valley Radio, and KSVR Studios: Skagit Valley Radio


  • Added: Aug 28, 2013
  • Length: 02:30
  • Purchases: 3
Caption: Host Martha Burk
The historic 1963 March on Washington with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech featured a number of other speakers -- all male. Or...

Bought by KRZA and WSLR


  • Added: Aug 19, 2013
  • Length: 02:30
  • Purchases: 2
Caption: Host Martha Burk
Two and one half minute commentary by series host Martha Burk on the anniversary of women's suffrage, how far women have come, and what's left to b...

  • Added: Aug 15, 2013
  • Length: 02:30