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Also KKFI FM 90.1 on your radio dial for the best news coverage on radio.
I told the little woman that there opera program sounded like they was stretchin' cats. Bad move. I keeps my opinion of her music choices to myself now.
It must not be as snooty. You never read or hear someone start a sentence with "I was listening to KPR..." even though it adds nothing to the comment.
Public radio is too far left for me.
Sadly, you and some of the other commenters here are using the same logic as the Arab protesters have been using against a poorly made movie they never have seen. You are protesting against the idea of something more than the actual thing. How do I know that? Because I have listened to many a piece that are neither "liberalism on parade" nor in any way limit free speech.
In contrast to the poorly made movie that protesters are railing against, almost all of KPR and NPR pieces are of top quality. Typically, if I want to know about a breaking news event, after listening to some commercial radio/tv report, I'll switch to an NPR station and be blown away by the quality of what I hear. There are other places just as good, and even better sometimes, including BBC, which--you guessed it--is publicly funded.
Every single day.
Are there other radio stations? I have never known NPR or KPR to be left leaning. But I have heard of paranoia.
To not listen is to join the dumbing-down movement which has become the "darling" of the New "know-Nothings" which seems to have a dedicated bunch of "negative" posters on LJW
I was a long-time listener & financial supporter of KPR, but switched to St Louis Public Radio (over the internet) as they have much better programming.
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