Monthly Archives: March 2013

Top Ten “Below the Radar” Radio Shows


Native America Calling – The only Monday-Friday (10am PST) show on the list. Host Tara Gatewood brings timely updates inside Indian Country. Based out of Albuquerque.  NAC touches on politics, tribal relations, art, music, & more. Antonia Gonzales with National Native News opens the show with a daily update.


The Listening Station – Smooth beats. The Jazz-induced voice of  Morgan Rhodes captains this KPFA weekly show.

W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio  – Catching up with legend Dick Gregory is one of the many highlights from Brother Ronald Herd’s show. Based out of Memphis, Bro. Ron also doubles as a musician & artist.

Center Stage – Host Kheri Hines brings you the truth behind unheard stories. Her recent show about funeral home corruption stands out as a shining example of investigative journalism.

Truthseekas – Mystic beats. Good vibes. Check the brothers out Saturdays on KFPK.

Travel Tips for Atzlan – Saturday nights in Southern California on KFPK from 10pm-Midnight. Mark Torres & Mariluz Gonzalez bring you lesser-known worldly tunes and localized Mexica-themed melodies.

Know the Ledge Radio – The KTL “twin pillars” (Red & Blue) have created a powerful show.

The Nicky Love Show– The sister goes in with the backing of the ancestors. Nicky speaks the ancient knowledge with a mixture of pop culture insight. Always entertaining and informative.

State of the City  – Holding down Baltimore, Brother Daren Muhammad speaks for the people. Elder Dick Gregory frequents.

Radio Sombra – A late addition to the list. Maya Jupiter’s Youth Over Violence Special stood out as a heart-felt community inspired radio cypher.