KWMR On-air Talent:
KWMR is interested in proposals for new programs. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to contact Lyons Filmer, Program Director.
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Programmers are listed alphabetically by last name.
Sunday Celebration of Sacred Music,
I moved here in 1974 because it was the only place I could afford. I have seen the transformation of Point Reyes from the exciting days of the Tomales Bay Times to the extraordinary times of KWMR, and I am happy to have my fingers still in the proverbial pie.
Retired from careers of pychotherapist, stay at home mom and flying for the Friendly Skies, I have reinvented myself as a dog person and have a dog boarding business in my home
Mia is the Underwriting Coordinator at KWMR, and once in a while hosts "What's New," on Tuesday from 2-4 PM. She has a weakness for corny R&B, corny Country, and corny pop in Spanish.
A San Francisco Copywriter who regularly visits Pt. Reyes, Marcie has been listening to music from the 1920’s and ‘30s since she was in the cradle. “My Dad was always playing records by Mildred Bailey, Louis Armstrong and Billie Holiday…and my Mom introduced me to the great popular songwriters from that time.” When most of her contemporaries were grooving to acid rock, Marcie was collecting recordings by Bing Crosby, The Boswell Sisters, Ray Noble and many others. She’s be
Declan's Hour of Soul,
Youth DJ Project
Hosting a music show every other Wednesdays, 4-5 pm.
"My show is a show that plays soul from the 60's to today. My goal is to be able to seek new artists that take this genre in a new direction but also play classics. Some artist you'll hear are Al Green, D'Angelo, Anthony Hamilton, Prince, Curtis Mayfield, Hall and Oats, Rhye, Mayer Hawthorne and many others. Ideally, for guests I would like members of the soul community as well as artists."
Brian “Swervin’” Kirven studied film and creative writing at San Francisco State University, and with a bachelor of arts This bachelor, married to life as a work of art, took to the roads of North, Central and South America on various motorcycle trips spanning three years. He wound down in Tomales Bay, writing the Greater American novel, watching birds, kayaking, etc. The “Swervin’” Kirven Show’s a two-hour excursion using music and spoken word to touch upon themes of