RadioACTive is a show for grassroots activists and community builders, weeknights at 6 p.m. Be part of the conversation that makes your community better. Call 801-359-9191 during the show to ask questions or share your take.

RadioACTive Team:

  • Executive Producer and Host Lara Jones
  • Associate Producer and Host Billy Palmer
  • Dr. David Derezotes of Utah Peace & Conflict Studies, Community Co-Host for special projects
  • Amy Dominguez, Community Co-Host Tuesday nights
  • Nick Burns, Community Co-Host Wednesday nights
  • Billy Palmer, Community Co-Host, Thursday nights
  • Aldine, KRCL's Punk Rock Farmer, Friday nights
  • Sue Robbins, Everyday People, Community Co-Host 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month
  • Risshan Leak, Community Co-Host first Monday of the month
RadioACTive volunteers:
  • Bryan Lanning, Monday
  • Risshan Leak, Tuesday
  • Natalie Benoy and Isabella Sabala, Wednesday
  • Sarah Thacker, Thursday
  • Holly Lamert, Friday
Sound Engineers:
  • Sullivan Phetchanpheng, Willis Krammer 
If you have an idea -- guest, topic, something new -- for RadioACTive, send an email to Or reach out on Facebook: KRCL RadioACTive.
RadioACTive theme song written and recorded by Rowan Stigner

RadioACTive: March 27, 2020

#PunkRockFarmerFriday with the lowdown on hand sanitizer from Salt Flats Brewery and Ogden's Own. #UrbanFarmReport with Wasatch Community Gardens and Downtown SLC Farmers Market, both of which want to connect you with local growers for fresh produce. The Weber River Partnership turns nonprofit and, from the RA Archives, homegrown music from Salduro.


RadioACTive: March 26, 2020

Changing the Narrative in Women's Herstory Month Featuring Ashley Cleveland, Find the Helpers and Legislative Recaps with the YWCA and Planned Parenthood, An Earthquake Q and A


RadioACTive: March 24, 2020

Governor Herbert debuts #UtahLeadsTogether plan to deal with coronavirus and get the economy going again. Comunidades Unidas and its efforts to get COVID-19 information to immigrants. SLC Mayor and Silicon Slopes on the economic impact of the virus, and more


RadioACTive: March 23, 2020

An #EverydayPeople's tele-edition of RadioACTive with Sue Robbins, featuring Rob Moolman of the Utah Pride Center, Troy Williams of Equality Utah, Quiet Heroes Dr. Kristen Ries and Maggie Snyder. Plus, the Utah Food Bank needs public support to feed all those folks who need help during this COVID-19 pandemic.