KJRB AM-790 launches a new local talk-radio format focusing on baby boomers today at 8 a.m. Tune in to hear four hours of daily local talk, news and information Monday through Saturday.
The broadcast starts with “Business Talks,” a popular talk program already familiar to Spokane listeners.
Other programs include Debra Wilde’s “Young at Heart,” Julie Humphreys’ “Better Health Together,” Clyde Haase’s “House to Home” and “Community Talks” and “Tastes & Trends” with Susan Nielson. Spokane Gary is hosting a music show “For the Records,” Lucinda Kay is doing a program called “Let it Shine,” Kent Adams and Tom McArthur host “Let’s Talk” and Nick Thiesen does “Comedy Cuts.” There are also occasional special shows such as “The Nostalgia Radio Hour,” “Safety First,” “Bold Moves” and “History Hour.”
For a full schedule and program description, go to kjrb790.com . For more information on the station, contact executive producer Kent Adams at (509) 216-0891.
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