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Over the years, I’ve been involved with a number of programs. But, times change, and things move on. Here is a tentative live of shows I was involved with, used to host, or had some other role with. In the cases of What’s This Called? The Guitar Shop, both are still on the air, with their original hosts, on Freeform Portland, and with Live Friday, which is also still on, and hosted by Rachelle Schmid, it is still on KPSU. I cannot promise that these links work, or that you will find anything if you search too far into here. Perhaps a “re-issue” project involving old shows will be in order someday…


WTBC Radio in Beautiful Anywhere, Anywhen 

(2015 – ??): This interview and music podcast features work by artists that don’t get a lot of exposure elsewhere, and are among some of my favorite artists working right now. Often featuring a long form interview, and occasionally a live performance, too, as needed. This website was home of my weekly program in 2015, between KPSU and KMUZ. While technically active, only rarely does a new show get posted, given the current pandemic / apocalypse. Available in iTunes, and as a generic podcast link, too.

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Live Friday

(2004 – 2007): I hosted KPSU’s Live Friday program when Angelo had to give it up, and booked / hosted / conducted interviews / engineered the program during that period.  When I left, I handed it off to Arya. It is currently hosted by Rachelle Schmid.

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The Guitar Shop

(2013 – 2016): Engineering and production for this program, including podcasting & web maintenance. I’ve co-hosted a few shows with her, too. Her show is still currently on the air, over at Freeform Portland, and I still appear on it from time to time.

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What’s This Called?

(2005 – 2015): Engineering and production for this program, including podcasting & web maintenance. I also co-hosted for him regularly, and subbed occasionally. This program has been on the air (in one form or another) since 1993, and host Ricardo Wang goes out of his way to provide some incredible programming, every other week now on Freeform Portland, and I still appear on it, from time to time.

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Closet Radio

(2011 – 2015): Engineering and production for this program, including podcasting & web maintenance. I was periodically a co-host, and subbed for her occasionally. This show is no longer being produced, but does still get attention and traffic, as the host is still quite popular for her mixes.

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The Night Shift

(2013 – 2014): Engineering and production for this program, including podcasting & web maintenance. Miss Rikki & DJ Sabby Tabby would get together between their shows to host an hour of excellent goth and industrial music. This show is no longer in production.

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A Momentary Lapse of Reason

(2014 – ?): An audio-collage based radio program featuring collaborations with Miss Rikki (of Closet Radio) and myself. While the show is technically “on hold,” it could, theoretically come back someday, so we haven’t given up hope, yet. There’s some versions of it available as podcasts, but it is a sorely under-documented show.

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The Capital Couple

(2015 – ?): A talk show, focusing on the local entertainment of myself and Marla as we enjoy our hometown of Salem, OR. Again, while this show was never really “ended,” it is very unlikely we will do any episodes any time soon. Still, I enjoyed these conversations, and it was a fun show to do.

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(2015 – 2016): A talk show on KMUZ Radio at 88.5 & 100.7 FM in the Mid-Willamette Valley, and as a podcast.  I participated in the panels, as well as helped maintain the website and podcast. Once Jason was no longer able to keep up the show, it was quickly no longer in production. A version of it still sort of exists on Somewhere In-Between: A Radio ‘Zine, where the panel still gets together to discuss more current issues.

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Wait, We’re Recording, Right?

(2017 – 2018): A talk show podcast hosted by Angela & Austin, where we talk about our lives, and the things we enjoy, and the issues that bother us. Unfortunately, when our lives got complicated, this was one of the first things that we had to cut out. It would be nice to get back together for some reunion shows, but the timing would have to be right. These were very special shows that still hold their own, now.

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Does It Need To Have A Name?

(2016 – ?): A talk show podcast, hosted by Morty & Austin.  We talk about popular culture, and stuff that we like. After crossing an ancient witch one day, Austin & Morty were doomed to host a podcast for thousands of years, where they had to live out any number of ridiculous scenarios. Finally, they were freed from the curse, and there haven’t been any new episodes since then. Or will there be…?

Probably not.

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Why Did We Do This?

(2017 – 2018): A talk show podcast, hosted by Ainsley, Joe Peg & Austin Rich.  We talk cultural mishaps, and funny stuff that happened from our lives, with edited sound FX and other material added in. When our lives got too complex to fit in this show, it unfortunately fell to the wayside.