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Michael Faraday on Crosscurrents 9/22

Michael Faraday on Crosscurrents 9/22English chemist and physicist, Michael Faraday, born on this date in 1791, is recognized for his dazzling findings in the fields electro-magnetism and flux-rotation.

William Howard Taft on Crosscurrents 9/15

William Howard Taft on Crosscurrents 9/15The only U.S. President who later became chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, William Howard Taft was born on this date in 1857.

Peter Sellers on Crosscurrents 9/8

Peter Sellers on Crosscurrents 9/8

The comic detective exploits of Chief Inspector Clouseau was made famous by Peter Sellers who was born on this date in 1925.  Gavin and Wyatt … more

Rock Hall of Fame Museum on Crosscurrents 9/1

Rock Hall of Fame Museum on Crosscurrents 9/1A musical exploration of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum is yours to enjoy by tuning in Crosscurrents, 9/1 at 8 a.m.

Telling Tales – 8/09/14

In Honor of National Aviation Day, MsG reads two stories:

“The Day I Sprouted Wings” by J. Herman Banning

“Flying – A Dream Come True!” … more

Saturday changes on KTOO

Saturday changes on KTOOSome exciting changes are on the horizon for Saturday radio fans.

Moon hoax of 1835 on Crosscurrents 8/25

Moon hoax of 1835 on Crosscurrents 8/25

The New York Sun newspaper in a six-part series of articles published on August 25, 1835, reported how an astronomer had used a new telescope … more

Indie Rock For Redford on Crosscurrents 8/18

Indie Rock For Redford on Crosscurrents 8/18The birthday of Robert Redford, who has been called the “Godfather of Indie Film” as founder of the Sundance Film Festival inspires a playlist of indie rock.

Engine problems cancel Fairweather trip

Engine problems cancel Fairweather tripThe Fairweather is expected to return to service Thursday on its regular summer run to Angoon and Sitka.

Last steam train on Crosscurrents 8/11

Last steam train on Crosscurrents 8/11

The ‘Fifteen Guinea Special’ on 11 August 1968 was the last steam-hauled passenger service of the British Railways network before a steam train prohibition.  Gavin … more