2-6pm: Beach Rumble ~ Extended Play with DJ host Ruby Fitch. Featuring live music from The Black Chevys, Intuitive Compass, and Sway Wild (all acts playing in Port Townsend that evening at Sirens, Pourhouse, Rainshadow). Plus special pop-by guests.
6-8pm: The Buzzy Donahue Show ~ Buzzy Donahue sits in for DJ Lizzz. Inspired Rock ’n Roll ~ Music that Sounds Good on a Saturday Night.
8-10pm:- Captain Peacock’s Dance Party in Your Living Room ~ Impromptu rave ups TBA.
10pm-midnight: Finish off with Ray Schroff and his eclectic new program, Ethereal Excursions.
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(First airdate: March 20, 2019) Nature Now visits the Jefferson County Historical Resource Center to see their Natural History collection. Join host Kate Dwyer and Resource Center curator Becky Shurman as they go back in time to learn about stuffed birds, giant clams, Charlie the Cougar and reindeer.
(First airdate: March 21, 2019) Meet Washington’s Boating Safety Expert. Rob Sendak is at the helm of Washington State Park’s Boating Program and offers up insights about the State boating program, tips on boating safety, and the personal path that led him to his new post as Washington State’s boating law administrator.
Tossed Salad with Phil Andrus welcomes Spring with a fresh salad for us all to enjoy:
1:00 - Northwind Arts: Simon Lynge
2:00 - Bob Rosen, South County Report, with Norm Johnson of Concerts in the Woods
2:30 - Chuck and George, instruments de jour
3:30 - Alice Susong, story teller
4:00 - Jesse Thomas et al.
4:30 - Catherine McNabb, reading
(First airdate: March 19, 2019) From kitchen tables to log cabins in the frigid Arctic, learn how non-profit community radio leaders Robert Ambrose and Colin Foden led radio stations from startup to our very own “Radio Reimagined” campaign today.
This week on the Compass, we talk with a New York playwright who brought a very unusual play to Port Townsend – a comedy about climate change. And judging by audience reactions, that subject actually can be very funny.