Current Articles for Home page

Special Thanksgiving Programming on KPOV

This Thanksgiving, KPOV will hold true to our long tradition of airing the 2008 Bend concert by Arlo Guthrie. Excited? We will also feature lots of other special programs, along with some of your usual Thursday favorites. Read more for

Center Stage- “Live” Washer Dryer from 2-4 pm

Center Stage- “Live”  Washer Dryer from 2-4 pm . …no, this is not laundry day….  Straight outta Portland,  Washer Dryer is a fun, irreverent rock band with local ties…. tune in Saturday to hear their newest tunes! Stream the show

Radical Songbook Friday

Songs and words celebrating the election results and looking forward on The Radical Songbook Friday, November 9.

The Point, Monday 11/12

Byron Buck and David Welton, representing “Yes In My Backyard Bend” (YIMBY) will join Erich and Carolyn on The Point Monday morning at 9 AM to talk about the movement to create more affordable housing choices in Bend. William Johnson

The Point, Wednesday 11/14

Redmond’s City Manager, Keith Witcosky will be talking with Louise and Mary Ann about the election results, what’s going on in Redmond (and it’s a lot), and future plans for the city. That’s Wednesday at 9 am on KPOV, Bend.

The Point, Friday 11/16

Dr. Shirley Metcalf, President of Central Oregon Community College will be talking about her nearly 5 year tenure as President and her upcoming retirement in June of 2019. The woman is packed with energy…you will want to hear HER plans

The Radical Songbook, Friday 11/16

From Freedom Summer to Bend–Marion Davidson was in Mississippi in 1964 and we’ll hear her story on The Radical Songbook Friday, November 16. The Radical Songbook airs Friday mornings from 10 a.m. to noon.

Ultimate Oldies Show Friday 11/15 and Sunday 11/17

The Ultimate Oldies Show – Class of 1962 – Instrumentals 3 –More than 90 instrumentals hit the Billboard Hot 100 in one of the most successful years ever for tracks with no words. Enjoy the final batch of records that
Tagged with: , , , , , , , ,

The Point, Tuesday 11/20

T.S. Eliot wrote that April is the cruelest month. How did he know so much about gardening in Central Oregon? One way to combat the frustration of our short springs is to plant early bloomers in garden spots we can

nowplaying
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Northwest Taproom
find a show donate enewsletter facebook Follow us on twitter
whatsplaying
  • 2:00 pm - Northwest Taproom
  • 4:00 pm - Pop Excavations
  • 5:00 pm - About the Blues
  • 6:00 pm - Ultimate Oldies
station happenings

Listen to KPOV on your iOS or Android device

Listen to KPOV on your mobile devices. It’s easy to listen to 88.9 KPOV with our iOS and Android apps