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New Shows from 101.5 The Voice move to 1260 KTRC
Hosted by Rey Post, the program offers timely news and commentary to prospective home buyers and sellers.
Weekdays 1 - 5 PM
A unique and rational voice with opinions on a wide variety of subjects, Richard Eeds focuses on the issues impacting Santa Fe and the rest of the globe. Airing weekday afternoons from 1 pm to 5 pm, the show features leaders from the political, business and cultural realm, as well as listener calls, centering on news, politics, education and general topics of interest, especially to Santa Feans. Call in and voice your opinion - (505) 424-1260.
Monday - Saturday 11p- 4a
A media phenomenon, Coast to Coast AM deals with UFOs, strange occurrences, life after death, and other unexplained (and often inexplicable) phenomena. Coast to Coast AM is overnight talk radio with daytime ratings.
Monday - Friday 4 - 7 AM
Wake-up with America's first news - Host Gordon Deal goes beyond the headlines with the day's first look at news and business news from the U.S. and around the world; bringing a lively blend of intelligent information, humor, and expert analysis to morning radio.
Weekdays 7 - 10 AM
A progressive talk radio show syndicated nationally, mixing humor with the latest political events.
Weekdays 10 AM - 1 PM and 8 - 11 PM
Thom Hartmann inspires intelligent conversation from both sides. He combines a hammer and tong delivery with an intellect capable of intelligent design. The result is energized and calibrated talk radio with arguments even conservatives respect. Named as a Talkers Magazine's Top 10 Most Important Radio Talk Hosts in America from 2011-2014, Thom is a prolific and profound New York Times bestselling author of 24 books. If you haven’t heard Thom Hartmann lately, you’re leaving a great ratings weapon on the table.
Weekdays 5 - 8 PM
Norman Goldman is a lawyer and knows all that legalese ipso facto habeas corpus stuff. Better yet, he knows how to make sense of it all. Day after day, on issue after issue, Norm brings it all into focus. What matters, why it matters, and why it matters to you. Norman brings his signature clarity, wit and wisdom to the issues of the day. He also gives you a chance to talk back as he takes calls from all across the country.
Saturday 7 - 8 AM
A live weekly show with Army vet host Chuck Zobac, "Calling All Veterans" focuses on veterans’ issues in Santa Fe and across the nation. Listeners are invited to call (505) 424-4550 with any questions about their VA or state veterans’ benefits.
Saturday 8 - 9 AM
A local, organic, homegrown garden talk show brought to you by the owners of Agua Fria Nursery, Bob Pennington and his sons Shane and Mark. Call in at 424-4550.
Saturday 9 - 10 AM
It’s time to grab a mug and enjoy the weekly show Coffee and Culture, where you’ll find out what’s hot, fresh, and stimulating from El Palacio Magazine, New Mexico’s Department of Cultural Affairs, the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, the Center for Contemporary Arts, and the Institute of American Indian Arts and Museum of Contemporary Native Arts.
Saturday 10 - 11 AM
"A Matter of the Mind" is an exploration of mind, consciousness and creative intelligence. The first Saturday each month, my wife, Jennifer Jenkins, co-hosts with me in exploring rich, fulfilling relationships.
Saturday 11 AM - 12 PM
Hosted by Simon Brackley, President of the Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce.
Read more HERE.
Saturday 12 - 1 PM
The Art Fusion radio program is broadcast live from the front of Artisan in Santa Fe, New Mexico and blends a visual artist with a songwriter/musician. The radio program is hosted by Artisan’s co-owner and musician Ron Whitmore, who has worked with visual artists and musicians for the past 28 years. The show is a fusion of the two art forms comparing their creative paths and getting insight on the careers and wisdoms of the guests. The musician plays live music and both guests share their journeys in their respective creative fields. To find out about upcoming guests go to artisansantafe.com.
Saturday 1 - 2 PM
City of Santa Fe Public Information Officer Matt Ross talks with community leaders about issues that affect Santa Fe.
Saturday 2 - 3 PM
James Glover, that branding guy, puts brands on the couch to make your cash register ring. From the biggest brands across the country to local brands in Santa Fe, he shares branding and marketing tips that you can apply to your business every single day. Tune in every Saturday at 2pm (MDT) on KTRC 1260 AM, Santa Fe's News Talk Leader, or listen to our live stream on SantaFe.com. If you missed a show, listen or download the podcasts here. Enjoy!
Saturday 3 - 4 PM
Four-time James Beard Book Award winner Cheryl Alters Jamison is one of the nation's premiere food writers, author of many great cookbooks, former Food Editor for New Mexico Magazine, and the host of HEATING IT UP, the exciting food talk show on KVSF-FM.
Saturday 4 - 5 PM
Mark Johnson hosts the weekly radio show on the beverages that New Mexicans love to relax with. Pairings is about all things wine, beer, spirits, sake, cordials, cocktails, fellowship, family, and fun. Mark wants everyone to enjoy life and to always act responsibly.
Saturday 5 - 6 PM
In Deep with Angie Coiro is an independently-produced, two hour weekly news/talk and interview program. Hosted by award-winning Bay Area journalist Angie Coiro, In Deep is a closer look at news and issues of the week- particularly the important stories that fell through the cracks of major media coverage. Featuring lively, thought-provoking interviews with newsmakers, politicians, and behind-the-scenes notables, each show illuminates important issues and the forces shaping the national narrative.
Saturday 6 - 9 PM
The best clips from the week's Thom Hartmann shows, the nation's #1 progressive talk radio host, New York Times bestselling author, and international speaker and writer on topics from psychiatry to culture to ecology to politics.
Saturday 9 - 11 PM
Your Go-To Gadget Guy
Leo Laporte, The Tech Guy entertains audiences nationwide as host of a technology talk radio show every Saturday. From computers, the Internet, iPods, and cell phones to digital cameras, gaming systems, and home theatres... Leo Laporte provides entertaining tech talk that appeals to the inner geek in all of us! Leo Laporte has worked as an author, speaker, and broadcaster in New Haven, Monterey, San Jose, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
Sunday 4 - 5 AM
Award-winning broadcaster Dave Graveline is the host of the technology talk show, “Into Tomorrow with Dave Graveline.” Dave initiated the concept of a high tech talk show at 610 WIOD-AM in Miami, where he created and hosted the popular show then titled “Toys for Boys“. On January 6, 1996, the program entered syndication under a new name, and the “Into Tomorrow” Radio Network launched via satellite.
Sunday 5 - 8 AM
Every weekend Kim Komando helps listeners across the country and around the world understand and expand their digital lifestyles. For the latest news from the digital world and answers to your burning tech questions about smartphones, tablets, e-readers, computers, cameras, the Internet, security or anything else digital, tune in to the Kim Komando show.
Sunday 8 - 10 AM
Loveless Johnson III brings a fresh, common sense approach to Santa Fe's landscape of opportunities and challenges, and a dose of reality on local and national issues. His long history in politics, the media and on the radio will entertain and enlighten. Call To Reason is reality talk radio that will awaken the Sunday morning spirit of freedom and citizen action in Santa Fe.
Sunday 10 - 11 AM
Meet the Press generates more Monday morning headlines than any other public affairs program. Since President Kennedy, every man who has occupied the Oval Office has appeared on Meet the Press during his political career.
Sunday 11 AM - 12 PM
Get the latest on Green Building and Sustainable Development hosted by Santa Fe Home Builders Executive Director Kim Shanahan. This program features in-depth interviews with experts in the field, most of whom are right here in Santa Fe. Santa Fe builders have long been on the cutting edge of Green Building and Kim knows them all and has been one himself. .
Sunday 12 - 2 PM
The nation's foremost live real estate radio show. Hosted by Rey Post, Associate Broker with Sotheby's International Realty (NM REC #45660), the program offers the most timely news and commentary to home buyers, sellers and owners. Go to our website and blog for the best in real estate information: ATREradio.com.
Sunday 2 - 5 PM
Art Encinias is the mastermind behind this experiment in time travel. Every week he takes you on a journey through Time, recreating one year out of the past. It could be 1945, 1965, or 1985 - one year with all the pop music, news, movies, TV and radio of the time. Art says, ''I'll share my collection of Santa Fe memories for that year – amazing tales of people and events – all in one year in the life of one city, the city of Santa Fe, my hometown."
Sunday 5 - 8 PM
Tips and Tools to Thrive in Hard Times
Clark Howard is helping millions of Americans through this extraordinary time of financial upheaval. He simplifies complex issues, allays fears, and offers sound advice to help families thrive during financial crisis. Right now, Clark and his stations are experiencing unprecedented audience response - on air, on-line, and in person at station events. Your listeners need Clark to empower them to make smart decisions about their finances. Americans are listening. Are you?
Saturday 4 AM - 7 AM Sunday 8 - 11 PM
Ring of Fire Radio is a nationally syndicated American progressive talk program hosted by Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Mike Papantonio, and Sam Seder, appearing on numerous radio stations throughout the country. The trio focuses on covering important stories that the corporate controlled media refuses to talk about.
Sunday 11 PM - 12 AM
INFOTRAK is an award-winning, highly produced interview program. There's no religious, corporate, political, or other agenda. Each week's INFOTRAK contains interviews on important topics that impact the lives of many of our listeners.