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Davisville, 6/29/15: Dozens of old Apples, chanting for us

You or I might see 80 old computers and think of them as electronic debris. Larry Dieterich, a tech support worker who lives in Davis, saw them as the essence of a creation he calls Undo the Fall, a u-shaped enclosure that depicts spirits in the machine and represents a digital prayer. On today’s Davisville, he tells us what he created, and why. If you’re listening June 29, you can see him power up his creation tonight in Davis.

What's to like about HEAVY METAL?

So whats to like about HEAVY METAL? Tune in on Friday at 4:00PM - Let's find out together as we interview Dmtry and George about their love of Heavy Metal music.

Dmtry and George have a new show on KDRT called HEAVY, which airs on Fridays at 11:00 AM.

 

About Us

KDRT is high-powered low-power grassroots radio located in Davis, California, airing an eclectic mix of music and public affairs programming, and building community by promoting dialogue, encouraging artistic expression, and acting as a forum for people who typically lack media access. Our mission reflects our values: localism, social equality, public participation, media literacy, diversity, and, of course, community media. Read more...

$1 Kids' Movies
07/07/2015 - 10:00am
New Parent Network
07/07/2015 - 10:00am to 11:30am
Free Wakeboarding Lesson
07/07/2015 - 12:00pm to 4:00pm
Uncle Jer's Traveling Bee Show
07/07/2015 - 2:00pm
Wine Tasting
07/07/2015 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm

OUR PROGRAMS

Electric Compost Heap

Live Wednesday 7-9pm
Replays Wednesday 7:30-8:30am, Friday 10pm-Saturday 12am, Saturday 2-4pm

DJ(s): 

Dug Deep hosts a dig through many sound forms--the obscure detritus of blues, soul, country, rock, reggae, jazz, funk, punk, psych, and more--mixing a rich and fertile musical humus. Tune in to KDRT every Wednesday from 7 to 9 pm. Dig it, Heapsters!

Unfortunate

Live Tuesday 3-4pm
Replays Wednesday 9-10pm

DJ(s): 

Featuring a wide variety of recorded music from many different cultures, time periods and genres.  Although the show as a whole would be thematically sporadic, each individual installment (if not revolving around some central topic) would at least have a general flow.  In addition, we hope to include interviews and live performances by local youths who have an interest or talent in any type of music.