Radio that's weirder than you, but not by much.
KFJC DJs and hosts are doing live shows from our studios at Foothill College and we are taking precautions to protect everyone's health. While some folks remain away from the station, we are airing selected programs from the past, as well as new shows produced at home. Thanks for listening!
The Month of Mayhem
Sunday, Mayhem 1 11:00am — Saturday, June 11 2:00am
Once again, KFJC celebrates the Month of Mayhem, with a full schedule of specials crafted by our hosts and DJs. This year's line-up includes programs about Detroit techno, the golden era of jazz, 1960s psychedelic and garage sounds, music with horns, girl groups, and much more. Full Mayhem schedule can be viewed at KFJC.org/Mayhem.
Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Monday, Mayhem 2 11:00am — Wednesday, June 15 11:00pm
KFJC and Foothill College are celebrating Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Tune in to hear new and archived specials focusing on Asian and Pacific Islanders' important contributions to music and sound historically and today. Remember to take a look at KFJC's Broadcast Forecast and Mayhem to see what you may have missed and do visit the KFJC Broadcast Archives to listen to the past two weeks worth of programming, including specials from Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
Public Domain rebroadcast
Sunday, Mayhem 29 3:00am — 6:00am
Hosted by Buddy Love
KFJC rebroadcasts a show that originally aired on June 8, 2014. (see playlist)
Getting Horny with Sir Cumference
Sunday, Mayhem 29 12:00pm — 3:00pm
Hosted By Sir Cumference
Sir Cumference goes pop with big horns, and he wants your help. Sir Cumference likes a bit of Madness, and Oingo Boingo – but also big bands, and drum corps. Heck, even Jimmy Nail’s “Ain’t No Doubt” and George Ezra’s "Anyone For You" has fun bursts of horns in their songs. Do you have a favorite song with a strong, or just plain fun, horn section? Email your suggestion, and any narrative about your choice, to Sir Cumference at email@example.com. Then listen on Sunday afternoon, May 29 from noon to 3 to hear your’s and other listener’s selections.
For The Record - Uncle Sam & The Swastika: 25 Years Later
Sunday, Mayhem 29 7:00pm — 8:00pm
Hosted By Dave Emory
Reprising the first of the Archive Shows (originally recorded on 5/23/1980), this program examines the corporate relationships between German and American firms that were instrumental in the rise of the Third Reich. Miscellaneous Archive Show M11—“Uncle Sam and the Swastika: U.S Industrial Support for Nazi Germany” contains insights that are even more relevant and more frightening than they were in 1980. As the 25th anniversary of the original broadcast passed, Mr. Emory re-broadcast the show, with editorial comment before and after its playing. In particular, Mr. Emory noted the hauntingly contemporary insights that author James Stewart Martin imparted at the conclusion of his landmark text All Honorable Men. Mr. Martin warned that the American component of the trans-Atlantic fraternity that had funded and armed Hitler might choose to bring fascism to America “as a calm judgment of business necessity.”
For The Record - Deep Politics and the Death of Iris Chang, Parts 1 & 2
Sunday, Mayhem 29 8:00pm — 10:00pm
Hosted By Dave Emory
Late last year (2019), the city of San Jose (California) opened a park dedicated to the memory of the late author Iris Chang.
These broadcasts update and supplement discussion of Iris Chang’s alleged “suicide,” highlighted in FTR #509. Of particular significance is the fact that the Golden Lily loot and the decisive political and economic factors stemming from the material covered in Gold Warriors, the other books by Sterling and Peggy Seagrave, and Ms. Chang’s The Rape of Nanking, have enormous and ongoing significance.
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