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Closer to Home

State and Local news that affects everyone in the Valley, as well as community event announcements.

Jazz In The Afternoon

Straight ahead jazz with some blues thrown in and background on songs and artists

Jazz After Dark

Straight ahead jazz with some blues thrown in and background on songs and artists

Good Books

Book Reviews by Dr. W. F. Strong and Dr. John Cook

Community Update

Mario Muñoz hosts interviews with news about upcoming special events in Valley

Excursiones Musicales

Susan Hurley-Glowa of UT Brownsville’s music department looks at world music of all types. More

North Of The Border

Roots Music from the origins of Tejano with historical commentary from Joe and Rosa Perez

Lets Go To The Movies

Classical Music from the Movies hosted and produced by Mario Muñoz


Chris Maley features some of the best in classic and latest blues music

Classic Oldies

Al Wasielewski hose this look at Rock n Roll music, background and trivia from the golden age of Rock n Roll 1955-1967

Corazon Bilingue

It’s all about poetry in the Rio Grande Valley hosted by Brenda Riojas featuring Interviews with local and regional poets and authors explaining language, culture and the art of poetry

On The Roadside

Classic and new blues music with background and history about music and artists

The Spiceman Music Show

Alonzo Acosta hosts classic and new blues music featured with artists interviews and background

Nuevo Tejano Conjunto Show

History, education and facts about the regional roots music called conjunto …showcased by young musicians of the Rio Grande Valley



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