Now you can download many of KAFM's most popular community-oriented and informational programs!
Now you can listen to some of KAFM's most popular community and informational programming on your own schedule. Below are some of the shows already available as podcast downloads. And check back to this site as more programs become available!
Bicycle Radio is a monthly community radio show about the different aspects of cycling in Grand Junction.
Grand Junction has been a cycling Mecca for road and mountain bikes for years but also now offer a cycling culture in the form of history, art, commuting, utility and social aspects.
KAFM is proud to present Bicycle Radio with Chris Brown, every third Tuesday of the month from 12:30-1 pm.
Conversations For Keeps
This site is all about story telling. Steve Gammill interviews local people to find out: What are their values? What is the source of their wisdom? Who are they and what kind of people did they come from? What are their thoughts about where we live and its future? The answers are revealed in the life stories told by these people.
KAFM presents Conversations For Keeps the second Tuesday of every month at noon.
The Fresh Cafe
Rhonda Dunlap talks with dietary experts about the reasons why a plant-based lifestyle provides the nutrients that we need for a healthy life. She invites you to learn from the people who live and teach this way of living for the benefits of health and well being, compassion for animals, and for a more sustainable environment.
KAFM presents The Fresh Cafe the fourth Wednesday of every month at 12:30 pm.
Good Dirt Radio
Good Dirt Radio™ reports inspiring and educational stories about people helping to solve environmental challenges affecting life on Earth and sharing positive environmental ideas and actions that individuals, families, businesses, and communities can embrace.
Help From The Computer Guys
The Computer Guys are local computer gurus Rick Castellini, Adam Cochran and Matt Kettlewell, delivering an hour's worth of technology and gadget information twice a month (the first and second Wednesday of the month from 5:30 to 6:30 pm). Topics discussed can vary widely and include cloud computing, computers, mobile devices, software solutions, Macs, Linux and hot trending topics. This is a call-in show, and your input and questions are welcome and encouraged. And you can participate during the live show by calling @HelpMeRick, @Kettlewell or @TalkingDigital.ext. 1 or tweeting questions to
Kosmic Voices is hosted by Ramona Rae and Dulce Bell-Bulley and is creating a discussion for all our "Kosmic Voices," to share ideas and inspirations about living to our fullest potential. Even in challenging times, we can choose how we want to show up in our lives. We can choose to live as our authentic selves instead of reacting to circumstances. We encourage you to call in and share thoughts and experiences on the fourth Wednesday of each month from 5:30 to 6:30 pm.
Trails Radio is the on-air voice of the Grand Valley Trails Alliance. Join Dave Grossman for news and commentary on all things trail-related in the Grand Valley.
Words is a two-minute short program produced in the studios at KAFM Community Radio in Grand Junction, Colorado. It airs three times per day, seven days per week, 365 days per year.
Each episode of this community collaboration features a child from a local school who is given the opportunity to research and record his or her chosen word. An episode is produced with the child reading over a music background. Approximately 30 children are recorded every month, and through the process, they learn about their word in particular, sentence structure in general, and scripting, recording and producing a finished on-air production.
The Words project gives children in the community the opportunity to practice their research, communication and pronunciation skills while introducing them to the world of community broadcasting and basic production tasks.
Words has been a favorite feature on KAFM for over eight years.