Timeout Radio

Rohan loves sports, geography, and travel. In this show he covers all these topics as well as recreational opportunities of interest to Davis youth. The program includes a mix of interviews, music, information, and news updates.

Timeout Radio was only 10 initiatives nationally to win a Youth Summit Pitch Contest grant from the Points of Light Foundation in August 2020. The Summit virtually brought together teens from across the United States to reflect on and engage with the challenges and opportunities presented by the new school year during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Timeout Radio will partner with Davis Media Access during the 2020-2021 school year to include programming from other teens, and their teachers and coaches to build teen connection in a time of social-distancing. Through participation in community radio we can share our voices, tell our stories, build community connections, and adjust to the new normal.

Replays Friday 5-5:30pm
Music programs are only online for two weeks after they are broadcast.

Timeout Radio #8, September 9th, 2020

Evan Ream is a sports journalist in Davis who has coached junior high soccer, co-taught the journalism course at Da Vinci High, and helped advise the school's newspaper. Evan talks to us about being a sports journalism and what ignited his interest in soccer when he was 14 years old. We then travel to Ashland, Oregon where we taste some fizzy lithia mineral water from water fountains in the town square, and learn why water in different places tastes different.

Timeout Radio #7: August 26, 2020

Youth sports have been shut down for several months because of the COVID-19 pandemic. As some places start youth sports up again, pediatrician Dr. Erik Fernandez y Garcia,  talks to us about how children and teens can stay safe while playing sports and what some important things checked in sports physicals are. Dr. Erik and I talk about a topic of mutual interest, the Sacramento Kings NBA team. Our place of the week is Sacramento - the capital of California and home to the Sacramento Kings.

Timeout Radio #6: August 12, 2020

This episode focuses on the environment. We talk about how the U.S. National Park Service got its start, and hike 6000 feet above sea level at Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. I reconnect with Laurie Seban, who helps manage the Youth Environmental Science Club (YES! Club) at my school. Laurie and I talk about the connection between her day job as an art history professor and her passion for environmental education.

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Love your choice of music! My favorite part of your show is the place of the week segment.

Listening to your show right now--sounding good. Just a note to say welcome to the KDRT/DMA family, and I hope your participation brings you happiness!

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