Programs A-Z

  • Thursdays 10AM-12PM
    Tune in to 'A Wandering Ear', an exploration of musical styles through the centuries and across the continents. Hosted by Ed Campbell.

  • Saturdays 8PM-10PM
    A loud and noisy rock 'n roll show – that makes no sense. Mad Doctor Matt mines a different musical vein each week…nothing's sacred and nothing's off-limits. 60's, 70's, 80's and 90's rock, blues, jazz, alternative,...

  • Saturdays 1PM-3PM
    Hosted by Nick Spitzer, American Routes is a two-hour weekly excursion into American music, spanning eras and genres—roots rock and soul, blues and country, jazz, gospel and beyond.

  • Wednesdays 1AM-2AM
    Beale Street Caravan,® the most widely distributed Blues radio program in the world, attracts more than 2.4 million listeners each week. Produced in The Home of the Blues: Memphis, Tennessee Beale Street Caravan covers...

  • Wednesdays 12AM-1AM
    Theodore takes you on musical journeys connected by a theme ranging through the music of the last five decades.


  • Saturdays 3AM-7AM
    Blues Before Sunrise showcases blues as part of a cultural landscape that includes jump and jive, rhythm and blues, swing, doo wop, gospel, comedy, and recitation.

  • Giving you a taste of the latest contemporary and classic sophisticated soul mixed down with a little bit of neo soul to set the mood for your late night rendezvous.

  • Saturdays 10PM-12AM
    A "hot circle" is a 1950's hardboiled term for "good record." Join the Boy Wonder for an eclectic assortment of cool tunes to stride, or stumble, into a new day.

  • Sundays 5AM-7AM
    A diverse presentation of Gospel music, digging deeper, going beyond blues, soul, jazz, R&B, "... altogether more extreme in its depths and in its heights". Makes you want to sing, shout, moan, dance, clap and holler....

  • Join Tom Cairns for one hour of good old Country Blues from the 1920's to the current day. You'll hear everything from Charlie Patton and Memphis Minnie, Big Bill Broonzy and Mississippi John Hurt to Bonnie Raitt, John Hammond, Catfish Keith,...

  • Thursdays 1AM-2AM
    Each week, Earthsongs gives Public Radio and Net listeners the chance to explore the Native influences that help shape and define contemporary American music.

    Earthsongs is distributed by Native Voice One and can...

  • Thursdays 3PM-4PM
    Halimah the Dreamah presents contemporary and traditional music from India, Africa, the Balkans, Scandinavia, the Middle East, plus Celtic music and more, with informational commentary and artist interviews.

  • Saturdays 12AM-2AM
    Eclectic Music with Brian Nathaniel.

    Explore Everything was...

  • Sundays 7PM-9PM

    The Woodshed melds North American roots music genres and geographies, foundational and nascent. Held together by grit, twang and soul – The Woodshed provides space for innovation. Steal away and hone your Americana music...

  • Each week, Bonnie brings you mainly Baroque music, designed to get you through the middle of the week. You'll hear plenty of Bach, Vivaldi, Handel, Corelli, Telemann and others from the "Age of Enlightenment," including new recordings of old...

  • Tuesdays 8PM-10PM
    Hosted by Arcata jazz pianist Darius Brotman, Gone Sides features mainstream modern jazz, from 1945 to the present, with emphasis on small-group instrumental acoustic jazz.

  • Mondays 10PM-12AM
    Chance. Unless you’re Diamond Jim, you never know the outcome from a roll of the dice. That’s the credo when you open the lid of Gus Mozart's Music Box. It’s a cavalcade of songs culled from the Modern Age, strung...

  • Sundays 9PM-10PM
    Host Dan Chandler presents music from cultures around the world. Most programs have a theme, such as a type of instrument, a particular geographic region, or musical style.

  • Mondays 2PM-4PM

    The soundtrack of here, now and then. Built on the fly, almost never pre-recorded.  Community, music, and more. 

    Hosted by Mike Dronkers. 

  • Tuesdays 10PM-12AM
    Every week brings a new and exciting journey into the strange and mysterious world of songs and sounds with Jakob Sweden and DJ Ratrace.

  • Musical journeys across space, time, and genre, mixed and matched live on air every week.

    For archives, check out

  • Movable Feast focuses on new music, spanning the genres, from contemporary classical to alternative pop, and everything else in between (Alt. Folk, Contemporary Jazz, Alt. R&B, Hip Hop, Global, Straight Up Soul). In other words, if a type...

  • Mondays 8PM-10PM
    Join Tom Cairns each week as he brings you 40 years of programming experience for a musical journey through the world of jazz. Focusing on the post-war period to the present day, you'll experience everything from solo...

  • Thursdays 8PM-10PM
    Eclectic Jazz with a Groove, From Funk to Latin, Bop to Fusion, When It comes to Jazz on KHSU there is No Room For Squares.

  • Sundays 10AM-12AM
    In a world exploding with new music, where ancient sounds are mixed with technology and traditional boundaries are overrun by musical expression, it's handy to have a guide. With an ear finely tuned to all the nuances of...

  • Fridays 2PM-4PM

    Start your weekend off right with two hours of Reggae, Dub and Dancehall, hosted by DJ Dub Cowboy. Reggae on Friday afternoon...a 20-year KHSU tradition. Explore

  • A bilingual open-format music program mixing cuts from the past, the present & the future, Sabor also features interviews & news with a Latinx flavor!


    The program presents music, documentary features and...

  • "Hump day is over…it’s all downhill from here….slice o’ry is a spontaneous,  organic mix of mostly jazz, with other tidbits of joy and classic excellence thrown into the mix…not only that, wry commentary on points of interest, current events,...

  • Fridays 1AM-2AM
    Brazilian Hour is the international radio program made possible by the Ministry of Foreign Relations of Brazil. Hosted and Produced by Sergio Mielniczenko Brazilian Music 24/7

  • Wednesdays 10PM-12AM
    Remember that awesome mix tape you received from a special friend?

    You saved it. It's in a box somewhere.

    And somehow, that friend always seemed to choose the right songs...old songs you

  • Thursday 10PM-12AM, Friday 12AM-1AM
    Join Brent for a versatile journey of recorded live music. The tunes are sometimes psychedelic, sometimes soft and sweet and everything in between, in this "zits and all" show. The Leg Room is proud to...

  • L Boogie spins contemporary R&B and soul tunes from the 70's and beyond to get you groovin' on a soulful Sunday afternoon. L Boogie can be reached via email at

  • Thursdays 12AM-1AM

    Electric Music from the 60's and 70's with your Host, Dan Wargo. This one hour of radio covers the entire music scene from Rock to Folk to Blues, and all of the cross fertilized music in between...the very best of it. ...

  • Thursdays 2PM-3PM
    Host Fiona Ritchie explores the evolving Celtic musical traditions of Europe and North America. In addition to well-known artists and selections, Ritchie introduces listeners to Celtic influences in World and contemporary...

  • The Treehouse Swing was a KHSU jazz program hosted by Dave Hamlin and DJ Ruffabilly in 2016-18

    This is the description of the program after Dave Hamlin's death, when Mike Ruff, aka DJ Ruffabilly took over as the...

  • Tuesday 12AM-2AM
    It's a musical mix of genres. UnderCurrents is a nightly eclectic music mix, heard on radio around the USA and Canada -- and worldwide on the Web. Gregg McVicar is the Host/Producer. Check us out! 

  • Eclectic alchemy of genre crossing rock and ...

  • A two hour weekly show of new music, and new releases, with an in-depth look at classical music. Host John Clare speaks with leading musicians, from Adams to Zwilich; and highlights incredible releases. Topics include instruments (The Cello,...

  • Sundays 2AM-3AM
    ​Women in Music with Laney Goodman is a weekly, one-hour radio series with an eclectic mix of the best music of female artists from around the world. Women in Music is heard on 100+ national markets each week.

  • Saturdays 6PM-8PM
    A mix of friendly music to increase your smile potential hosted by Your Saving Grace. Mostly easily digestible pop, rock, folk, easy listening, jazz, soundtracks, with smidgeons of blues, reggae, and alternative.