Thank you for your support of RadioACTive, KRCL's community affairs program for grassroots activists, community builders, punk rock farmers and DIY creatives. Tune in weeknights at 6 as the RadioACTive team passes the mic so folks can share their stories and the causes they care about.

If you missed the show or want to listen again, visit the RadioACTive Archives or listen on-demand. And catch audio clips from the show every day at 6:50 a.m., 10:50 a.m. and 2:50 p.m.

Executive Producer, Host: Lara Jones 

Production Assistant:  Valene MC

Production Assistant: Connor Estes

Volunteer Hosts:

GET INVOLVED: If you have a story idea for RadioACTive and a song to match, then let's hear it! Email with your ideas or simply dedicate a song to someone in your life or a cause you support -- either just may end up on the show. Or call 385-800-1889 and leave a voicemail with your story idea and song to match.

Ways to listen:


RadioACTive 11.23.23

A Bigger Table -- RadioACTive's Thanksgiving Special, featuring the food traditions of family gatherings from different pockets of our community. Listen for chef secrets from Prime Corn, Boca Dulce, Facil Taqueria, Jamaica's Kitchen, Fillings and Emulsions, James' Gourmet Pies, and home cook Khalilah Tso. Plus, a playlist to match!


RadioACTive 11.22.23

Residents of SLC's West Side report on the I-15 expansion process and how they're trying to hold power accountable. SLCC's James Singer on the community college's new scholarship program for Utah tribal members. Plus, SLAM Rocks!


RadioACTive 11.21.23

Redemption Holding Bank Co.'s Ashley Bell and Byron Russell on starting the 17th Black-owned bank in the country, increasing access to capital and the opportunity to build generational wealth. Plus, Black Bold and Brilliant, and SafeZone Utah and The Kinsey Sicks.


RadioACTive 11.20.23

Crossroads Urban Center's annual Thanksgiving meal giveaway. Zoe Calahorra-Wood of the United Jewish Federation of Utah shares how her life has changed since October 7th. Plus, Music Meets Activism with Michael Gross, aka Whisperhawk, who explores his Indigenous heritage on his latest album, Keepers of the Earth Vol. 2.