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 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.

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RadioACTive 04.20.22

In anticipation of Earth Day, Community Co-Host Nick Burns checked in with youth activist Ava Curtis of the Green Energy Team in the Granite School District. Plus, Utah Clean Energy celebrates 20 years of fighting the good fight.


RadioACTive 04.19.22

Roundtable Tuesday with Risshan Leak meets up with slam poets from Utah high schools and Willy Palomo of the Utah Book Festival. Plus, Mental Healthy F.I.T.'s Labeled Fest.


RadioACTive 04.18.22

Rising journalists once again took over RadioACTive for #VoicesAmplified, a collaboration between Salt Lake Community College, Amplify Utah and KRCL. Tonight, in anticipation of Earth Day this coming Friday, we explore the Great Salt Lake Collaborative – a solutions journalism project being tackled by nearly two dozen local news organizations and community and educational partners. The goal of the collaboration is to share multimedia stories about the Great Salt Lake and find ways to protect it. Plus, Utah poet Ashley Finley.


RadioACTive 04.15.22

Aldine, KRCL's Punk Rock Farmer, and Lara bring you more true tales from the agrihood, featuring A Lavender Garden and Urban Pepper Project's Victory Plant Sale and Merit Medical Community Garden Coordinator Laura Flower. Plus, Skywatcher Leo T, Fish for Garbage and fresh, homegrown music from O'Nkosi E Afrobeats Live Band.