Thank you for your support of RadioACTive, KRCL's community affairs program that plugs you into the community with conversation and a playlist to match. Tune in weeknights at 6 as host Lara Jones passes the mic so folks can share their stories and the causes they care about.
STATION UPDATE: KRCL DJs are all homecasting as we build new studios. Once we're able to do the show live and in person, RadioACTive's community co-hosts and volunteers will return to add their unique perspectives to the show.
GET INVOLVED: If you have a story idea for RadioACTive and a song to match, then let's hear it! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to dedicate a song to someone in your life or a cause you support and it just may end up on the show. Or call 385-800-1889 and leave a voicemail with your story idea and song to match.
#RoundtableTuesday with Risshan Leak and Lara Jones, featuring a legislative recap with Catherine Weller of the League of Women Voters of Utah and Lyla Mahmoud of the ACLU of Utah. Plus, Denim Day Community Photoshoot with Nick Arteaga of UCASA.READ MORE
RadioACTive plugs you into the community. Tonight we passed the mic to Myroslava Rudnyk and Sofiya of the Utah Ukrainian Association. Crossroads Urban Center needs help eliminating the sales tax on food and other initiatives to eradicate poverty in our community. Bill Tibbits explains. Plus, Dr. David Derezotes on watching Ukraine and how to process our feelings.READ MORE
#PunkRockFarmerFriday brings you more true tales from the agrihood, including landscape designer Peter Donegan with our annual St. Patrick's Day check-in. He talks about his latest peace garden. Alison on the future of the Downtown Farmers Market. Skywatcher Leo T with Celtic skylore and more. Homegrown music from Spirit Machines!READ MORE
Black Bold and Brilliant talks Compensation, this month's featured film in collaboration with the Utah Film Center. RadioACTive talks about it with UFC's Russell Roots and Art Access Executive Director Gabriella Huggins. Plus, Reframing the Conversation's Strange Fruit, Why We Must Address Anti-Black Racism.READ MORE