Our re-invigorated Saturday lineup focuses on your world and your health. Be with us starting at 6 a.m. for Planetary Radio with weekly guest Bill Nye, followed immediately by environmental news on Living Planet at 6:30. Roland Pease heads up the BBC Science Hour at 8, incorporating Anand Jagatia’s CrowdScience at 8:30. It’s the science of language with laughs on Says You! and A Way With Words, then news of the environment on Living On Earth with Steve Curwood, followed by Moira Gunn’s Tech Nation ’til 1.
News of the World
Radio Kansas gets its Kansas news from the Kansas News Service, national news from American Public Media, and world news from the BBC. As with everything we do, this mix has been perfected through years of listener response! Click here to find out more.
Get the Radio Kansas “App!”
We invite you to use all of our services – on air and online – for free and in private, and then trust on the honor system that you will take part as a contributor. This is one reason we don’t have a normal app that you have to install after accepting a bunch of terms and conditions. Our mobile “app” is simply the mobile-formatted web page here. It can’t track you or save or steal your information in any way. Rather than having to download updates, you’ll just find that the page is more capable as time goes on. These updates are delivered each time you refresh the page. You’ll find installation instructions in the app. If you’ll go to that bit of trouble, we can save the hundreds of dollars we’ve been quoted to have someone build software for the app store. We’ll keep those dollars invested in the radio you use each day.
We’ve Streamlined our Streams!
We recently streamlined our streams, eliminating the need for special software. Just click a link above to start listening! If you do have a favorite app, you’ll find us more places than ever – in the NPR App, the iHeart Radio app, the Radio Kansas Mobile App page, TuneIn app, etc. Voice Assistants like Alexa and “Hey, Google” now work better, even if they do sometimes think that when you say “Radio Kansas” you mean “radio, Kansas,” and they start playing 70’s progressive rock by the band! (Prompt those assistants with “Radio Kansas on iHeart Media,” and you may do better.)
You’ll find updated instructions on our streaming page and updated links above. If you’re away from your radio or in a basement with a poor signal, fire up an app and take a listen!
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