RadioACTive is a show for grassroots activists and community builders, weeknights at 6 p.m. Due to COVID-19, the RadioACTive has pivoted from a live, in-studio experience to one that is pre-recorded live via Zoom, then lightly edited for broadcast each night.

Be part of the conversation: Call ‪(385) 800-1889‬ and tell us what you'd like to hear on the show, suggest a guest/topic, share your reaction to a segment or your own personal story for broadcast. Include your contact information, too.

RadioACTive Team:

  • Executive Producer and Host Lara Jones
  • Associate Producer and Host Billy Palmer
  • Sue Robbins, Community Co-Host, #EverydayPeople edition on Monday night
  • Tamrika Khvtisiashvili, Community Co-Host, Roundtable Tuesday edition; COVID Diaries Correspondent
  • Risshan Leak, Community Co-Host, Roundtable Tuesday edition 
  • Nick Burns, Community Co-Host on Wednesday night
  • Billy Palmer and Changing the Narrative Team, Community Co-Hosts on Thursday night
  • Aldine, KRCL's Punk Rock Farmer, Community Co-host on Friday night
  • Dr. David Derezotes of Utah Peace & Conflict Studies, Community Co-Host for special projects
RadioACTive volunteers:
  • Natalie Benoy
  • Isabella Sabala
  • Doug Leon
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: January 20, 2021

The Uncomfortable Truth’s Civil Rights Movement Series, featuring Charles Person


RadioACTive: January 19, 2021

The Uncomfortable Truth's Civil Rights Movement Series, featuring Joan Trumpauer Mulholland


RadioACTive: January 18, 2021

Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day! In the first of five nights honoring Dr. King's legacy, RadioACTive presents a YouthCity special report and a conversation about human rights with SLC Mayor Erin Mendenhall.


RadioACTive: January 15, 2021

#PunkRockFarmerFriday: Katie Wagner of USU Extension - Salt Lake County offers garden planning 101 -- get out your grid paper and a good pencil ... or crayons, whatever works! Aldine reports in from Utah Farm and Food Conference. Update from Wasatch Community Gardens. Many Cultures, One Sky with SkyWatcher Leo T. Homegrown music curated by Salt Lake City Public Library's HUM (Hear Utah Music).