KRCB-FM

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KRCB-FM went on the air in 1995, and broadcasts on 91.1 FM licensed to Windsor, California; and on 90.9 FM (K215CQ) licensed to Santa Rosa, California. In addition to over-the-air broadcast, which is limited to the Santa Rosa and northern Sonoma County area, KRCB-FM broadcasts over the Internet at http://radio.krcb.org, on Comcast cable channel 961 throughout most of the San Francisco Bay Area, and on the Secondary Audio Program (SAP) of KRCB-TV. KRCB-FM programming is also available via a free app for smart phones and mobile devices.

KRCB-FM is known as "Radio 91."

KRCB-FM is an NPR affiliate and programming includes NPR's Morning Edition and All Things Considered news programs; Fresh Air, This American Life and the TED Radio hour among other programs. The weekly program schedule can be found here

KRCB-FM's music format covers AAA (Adult Album Alternative) music, rock, blues, Americana, folk, acoustic and electronic music. Nationally known music programs include World Cafe, American Routes, Beale Street Caravan, Folk Alley, The Art of the Song, eTown, UnderCurrents, Blue Dimensions, Music from the Hears of Space and The Weekly Feed. Local music programs are hosted by passionate and knowledgable volunteer radio programmers and include: "Your Average Abalone," "The Newtopian Dream," "Something Completely Different," "Lady Spins the Blues," "Connections," "Percussion Discussion," "Kaleidoscope," "Ric on the Radio," "Rhythm & Roots," "Beyond and Back," "Flashback," "Space/Time," "Our Roots Are Showing," "Jazz Connections," "New Orleans By the Bay," "Crossing Borders," "Open Space District," and "Eclectica."

Other local programming includes "Mouthful - The Wine Country's Most Delicious Hour," a James Beard-nominated food and wine show hosted by author Michele Anna Jordan; "Curtain Call" - a weekly interview show covering the arts scene in the North Bay hosted by Dr. Charles Sepos; "Outbeat Radio" - a program for, about, and produced by members of the Sonoma County LGBT Community; "Climate One" - produced by the Commonwealth Club of San Francisco and offers a forum for candid discussion among climate scientists, policymakers, activists, and concerned citizens; and literary shows "A Novel Idea" hosted by Suzanne Lang; "Word By Word" hosted by author Gil Mansergh; and "WordTemple" hosted by Sonoma County Poet Laureate Katherine Hastings.