Dakota Produce is one hour of music dedicated solely to the artists of Bismarck/Mandan and North Dakota. If you have locally produced music you would like us to consider, please call 701-258-8767 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dakota Produce airs on Mondays at 10 AM, Tuesdays at 4 PM, Thursdays at noon, and Saturdays at 2 PM.
Ear Candy is one hour devoted solely to the gratification of your auditory system. Recorded at SkunkWoman Studios, nestled on the banks of the Coyote Creek, the program is a delicious hand-picked revue of musical confections, including alt-country, alt-rock, vintage rock and filthy blues. Ear Candy airs Saturdays at 5 PM, Mondays at 7 AM and Tuesdays at 3 PM with new shows premiering on Fridays at 9 PM.
Casey James, former vinyl radio DJ, jukebox addict, and local musician/songwriter, brings you Ear Candy.
Film ND Podcast
Produced by the North Dakota Film & Media Association, the Film North Dakota Podcast is a weekly show that educates, connects and promotes filmmakers across North Dakota. The ND Film Podcast airs on Mondays at 9 am and Thursdays at 3 pm.
Matt Fern is the founder and president of The Creative Treatment, a start-to-finish media production company that helps brands tell better stories with video. Matt has worked with clients including adidas, Hulu, CNN and Travel Channel. Matt also wrote, directed, shot and produced the online video series Daily Dakotan which featured ordinary North Dakotans doing extraordinary things and the feature-length documentary Fighting Over Sioux which premiered at the Portland Film Festival in 2017.
Hear the best in new and classic Blues sounds each and every week from legendary performers as well as regional and local acts as well. Steamer enjoys modern electric/contemporary Blues, but listeners are sure to hear all styles including Delta/Country and even Cajun Blues. Steamer’s Blues airs on Saturdays at 6 PM and Sundays at 11 AM with new shows premiering on Thursdays at 8 PM.
Steve Stelton or Steamer as he is known, got hooked on the Blues in the mid-90’s after friends took him to the legendary Blues Saloon in St. Paul, MN. Steamer began booking national, regional and local Blues bands in 2007 and has become a well known advocate and respected promoter in the Blues world. Steamer also founded and remains heavily involved in the Bismarck/Mandan based Muddy River Blues Society.
The Cuckoo’s Nest
The Cuckoo’s Nest is a place where everyone can tune in and roost or perch their ears on some music that they may or may not be accustomed to. Each program’s playlists are created using a specific theme or idea for the base of the show. The music is then tailored around the main theme to fit the show. The idea is to always keep the listener listening and wondering what might be next? To keep everyone on the edge of their (Listening) seat: An audio WACKYLAND! The Cuckoo’s Nest airs on Tuesdays at 7 AM, Wednesdays at 8 PM, and Saturdays at 7 PM with new shows premiering on Fridays at 4 PM.
Over the years Martin and Wren have discovered many unknown tracks that need some airplay; and now for the first time, they can dust off their records and play some amazing music on the radio!
Martin Waxwing & Wren Sparrow
Martin Waxwing and Wren Sparrow are life-long music enthusiasts that share a love and passion for all different kinds of music. They have roots in the community putting together local events and volunteering towards various arts and music causes in the area.
Wandering Minstrels with Jared Ingersol
The show spotlights a wide variety of folk music, from the traditional, to the contemporary, to the cutting edge; all its offshoots and branches — music from all around the world. Wandering Minstrels airs on Wednesdays at 9 AM and Sundays at 9 PM with new shows premiering on Sundays.
Jared Ingersol proudly represents an outstanding roster of some of the finest artists in folk, jazz, acoustic, and Americana music. His roster is comprised of storytellers and musicians that connect with, entertain, and inspire their audiences, and Ingersol is dedicated to helping spread their music.
The Country Power Hour
The Country Power Hour is the show you want to listen to if you love country music! It’s nothing fancy, there’s no frills, just some great country music! Listen to songs you love, listen to songs that spark your memory, and listen songs you’ve forgotten or maybe never even heard! The best part is that it’s all for your listening pleasure! The Country Power Hour airs Sundays at 9 AM, Mondays at 3 PM, Thursdays at 8 AM, and Fridays at 6 PM with new shows on Fridays.
Anthony Spooner grew up listening to country music. He was raised on everyone from the Statler Brothers to Dierks Bentley, Sawyer Brown to Toby Keith, Lonestar to Brad Paisley, and Diamond Rio to Josh Turner, to name a few. His love of country music is poured into each episode of The Country Power Hour to make sure you get the most out of it you can.
Recovery Chronicles is a half-hour interview program that celebrates recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Recovery Chronicles airs on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8 AM.
Shannon Huber is a licensed addiction counselor for the Heartview Foundation.
The Phonofort is a program dedicated to vinyl culture and my appreciation for music. The purpose of The Phonofort is to showcase overlooked, obscure and foreign artists from my record collection who never got the airplay they deserved. Also, my aim is to expose listeners to a wide array of music not available to them and to expand their musical tastes. Listeners can expect to hear many genres of music from around the globe, spanning decades to present day. The Phonofort airs on Tuesdays at 2 PM and Saturdays at 4 PM.
DJ Antiquity is a Bismarck native who has been spinning records for half a decade and traveling near and far in his pursuit of music.
With a focus on Bismarck and Mandan city government issues, City Current presents information on City Commission actions and department activities, why they matter, and where citizens can go for more information.
New programs begin airing Wednesdays at Noon with multiple replays on:
• Radio Access 102.5 FM Radio
• Government Access cable channels 2 & 602 HD
All programs are available as a video viewing link at freetv.org.
Deep Threes is the weekly radio show that brings you eclectic instrumental soundscapes that weave jazz, electronic, soundtrack, modern classical and experimental music into extended sets. “Deep” is a nod to the deep tracks of the past. “Threes” refers to the MP3s that fill up our hard drives and computing clouds. Long tracks of new music and rediscovered gems take you in new directions on each sonic excursion. Deep Threes airs on Sundays at midnight and Thursdays at 10 PM.
The host of Deep Threes is a man of few words. Jay thinks it’s impolite to talk about his low Bacon number and exactly how many songs are on his hard drive. But he’s glad to be your guide through the long mixes he puts together every week.
Park Talk is an interview program talking about the great parks, programs, and developments in the Bismarck and Mandan Parks and Recreation Districts. Each show features a different employee or official from the districts. Park Talk airs every Monday at noon, or you can listen to podcasts HERE.
Loudenphat’s Radio Revival
As a result of Loudenphat’s inept use of his satellite pirate radio takeover technology, Loudenphat’s Radio Revival ends up being an incredibly eclectic collection of music from all genres from rock to funk to R&B to country to metal to jazz to blues to comedy to grunge to alternative and the indescribable, as well as much of Loudenphat’s original ministry material. Loudenphat’s Radio Revival airs on Mondays at 3 pm, Wednesdays at 11 am, Fridays at 7 pm, and Sundays at 4 pm.
Brother Jeremiah Loudenphat is the world’s foremost combat televangelist and is the world’s record holder in fast draw evangelism, having once saved a man from the pits of Hell using only half a Bible verse from Deuteronomy. He once swam the English channel – backwards; climbed Everest – blindfolded; and memorized the internet – all because of God’s blessing. The leading expert scholar on the hyperbolic anointing (patent pending), until recently, Loudenphat was on the move practicing his ministry in a mobile satellite unit that operated as a pirate radio broadcast tower, taking over random FM radio frequencies. (Which is a federal offense) However, Brother Loudenphat was apprehended by federal law enforcement while in the hospital after contracting Covid-19 (because he refused to wear a mask, claiming the germs were scared of his freedom). He is now serving a sentence of 147 years in the North Dakota State Penitentiary for fraud, racketeering, embezzlement, transporting stolen goods across state lines, tax evasion, and violating agricultural quarantine laws.
Walt Allen is a Voice Actor for animation, commercials, video games and audiobook narrator and author. He has been reluctantly associated with Jeremiah Loudenphat for over 20 years. He lives in Mandan, ND. He has narrated over 35 titles on Audible.com and counting, has produced other audiobooks with other narrators, and his website is WaltAllenVoice.com.
A daily, global, independent news hour anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines followed by in-depth discussions from a rich diversity of people and perspectives rarely heard from in mainstream media. Guests include international journalists, scholars, scientists, authors, analysts, artists, filmmakers and ordinary people who are most affected by news events in the US and around the world.
Each batch of Rock Stew covers a different savory mix of rock music over the last 50 years. You’ll hear theme episodes with acoustic, alternative, psychedelic and just plain kickin’ rock and roll from AC/DC to ZZ Top. You’ll also hear some rock theme shows like Colours, Time, Space and seasonal specials such as Summertime and Christmas. It’s not your over-played classic rock program. Some of the bands and tunes you will know and some you may not. Grab your air guitar, hold on to your guitar pick, turn up the volume and rock on! Rock Stew premiers on Tuesdays at 11 am, and also airs Thursdays at 9 pm, Saturdays at 3 pm, and Sundays at 10 am.
“Spalding, this calls for the Ole Billy Barule.” Billy was born the year Bill Haley & His Comets recorded “Rock Around the Clock.” His life was changed the first time he saw the Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show. He still has his first record – the 45rpm single “She Loves You.” He was totally fascinated by the British Invasion, the music explosion of the 60s and the evolution into various forms of rock. He still loves rock concerts, playing guitar and blasting the sub-woofers in his car.
A Musical Journey
It’s a simple idea. With every episode, Rob Dixon talks to fellow musicians, songwriters, and performers from the Bismarck and Mandan area. They dive deep into the craft they love and why they enjoy it as they take listeners on A Musical Journey. Episodes air Mondays at 9am, Wednesdays at 9pm, and Saturdays at 1pm.
After a car accident in 1990 I began to dig into writing, something I always have enjoyed. From poetry to short stories, but eventually I picked up playing guitar and started my journey on writing songs. This show is talking to other musicians, writers and performers about the craft they have been on and are still on…A Musical Journey hosted by Robert Dixon.
The Red Gaze
The Red Gaze is a Native-based discussion of popular movies made about Indian people. Regular podcast hosts Dr. Cheryl Kary, Moriah Crow Eagle, Nils “Ben” Landin, and Clay Rising Sun are joined by occasional guest hosts to critique the white gaze used in the making of movies about Indian people and enjoy what films get right about Native people.
Cheryl Kary, Ph.D., is the Executive Director of the Sacred Pipe Resource Center, host of The Red Gaze. She is Yanktonai Dakota and enrolled in the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. She is a dedicated introvert, enjoying reading and movies and peopling in moderation.
Moriah Crow Eagle is a member of the Piikani Nation in Southern Alberta, Canada. Her favorite films are The Godfather, Reservoir Dogs, and Dance Me Outside. “We love films because they make us feel something, they allow us to escape and dream.” Follow her on @Momeiah02 on Twitter.
Nils Landin is a Dakota/Tlingit from the Standing Rock Nation. He is a proud father of three beautiful children (Sophie, Elijah, and Nelenah). When not busy with work, he enjoys pow-wows, gambling, and FOOD.