2020 Spring Fund Drive News Specials

As usual, we’ll be featuring special interivews and programs during our Spring Fund Drive, March 4-14th. We’ll have many of the books by these authors available as thank you gifts during these programs. Tune in for more details and donation amounts.

[button color=”info” link=”https://give.kgnu.org” size=”small” target=”_self” block=”false”]Donate Now[/button]

  • Wednesday March 4 8:35-9:30 AM. Jim Hightower on Food, Fracking, and Fellowship in an Age of Uncertainty, recorded at the Longmont Museum on February 16.
  • Wednesday March 4 6:00-7:00 PM. Rabbi Michael Lerner on his new book Revolutionary Love, as part of Alternative Radio.
  • Thursday March 5 8:35-9:30 AM:
    An extended bumper addition of Radio Nibbles with John Lehndorff live in the studio with special guests and special thank you gifts for those you contribute during the show.
  • Thursday March 5 6:00-7:00 PM.
    On It’s the Economy, we hear from author Chuck Collins about his latest book Is Inequality in America Reversible?
  • Friday March 6 8:30-9:30 AM. On Connections, Duncan Campbell takes a look at the 2020 elections with Lisa Graves, President of the Board of the Center for Media and Democracy and President of True North Research.
  • Sunday March 8 12-12.30 PM. On Tributaries, Robin Claire speaks with Dr. James Gordon about his new book The Transformation – Discovering Wholeness and Healing after Trauma.
  • Monday March 9 8:35-9:00 AM. Ronnie Cummins joins us to talk about his new book Grassroots Rising A Call to Action on Climate, Farming, Food, and a Green New Deal.
  • Tuesday March 10 8:35-9:00 AM. On How on Earth, author Bob Frank speaks about his latest book Under the Influence, Putting Peer Pressure to Work.
  • Wednesday March 11 8:35-9:30 AM. Best selling author and long-time public radio host Diane Rehm speaks about her new book that looks at end of life issues, When My Time Comes: Conversations About Whether Those Who Are Dying Should Have the Right to Determine When Life Should End.
  • Thursday March 12 8:35-9:30 AM. Nolan Higdon of Project Censored talks about the state of media and what we can do to improve it as news consumers. This interview was recorded in front of a live audience at the Boulder Bookstore when Nolan was in town recently to speak about his new book United States of Distraction.
  • Friday March 13 8:30-9:30 AM. On Connections, Roger Wendell speaks with best-selling author and radio host Thom Hartmann about his new book The Hidden History of The War on Voting – who stole your vote and how to get it back.



Now Playing

Recent Stories

Upcoming Events


This May 1st and 2nd, we’re encouraging you to give and to publicly express what KGNU personally means to you.

We join other public and local stations across the country for this second annual event. It’s your forum to support and champion how KGNU connects with your values.


Learn More