Gavin and Wyatt join Theodore outside his home in New York while John finds music inside the library at KRNN.
Calling all hoarders, music lovers, and DVD collectors! KTOO announces its Fall Used Record, CD & Video Sale!
Don Quixote, a satirical quest for chivalry, was a novel written by Miguel de Cervantes who was born on this date in 1547. Don Quixote, the brave knight and Sancho Panza, his loyal squire are joined by Gavin, the valiant canine and Wyatt, his devoted comrade as they tilt at windmills and bark at squirrels.
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English 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.
The 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.
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 are the focus of Clouseau’s inspection while the Pink Panther is on his mind. The song list in honor of Peter Sellers will focus on panther, pink, and diamond music…
A 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.
In Honor of National Aviation Day, MsG reads two stories: “The Day I Sprouted Wings” by J. Herman Banning “Flying – A Dream Come True!” by Ida M. Tarbell She explains the stories are “in dedication to all the “flyboys and girls” who taught me the science of aviation and how to love flying.”
Some exciting changes are on the horizon for Saturday radio fans.