Voice of Kansas

Voice of Kansas

Radio Free Kansas

United States, EnglishPolitics

An independent "free-for-all" press in Northeast Kansas. Infamous among conservatives in the flyover zone for hoisting their credo on a spike. Famous among progressives for foisting their foibles into the sunlight. Blogging on three blogs almost daily, three years and over 400 shows on blogtalkradio, Radio Free Kansas has become a radical voice from the barnyard for political mud wrestling. "Hillbilly Anarchist", "Homegrown Hippie" and/or "Left-wing Libertarian" call us what you will. We love lobbing literary hand grenades over the heads of stonewalling careerists in the political arena. We, also print from our farm in Jefferson county, Kansas on an antique press and piss off the local Republicans, regularly. Enjoy. Feel free.

Upcoming Broadcasts

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Call-in live show with guests, local news and a round-up of local music talent. National current affairs and guests TBA. Callers welcome. If you like to keep us on the air, make a donation.
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On-Demand Episodes

02:01

Call-in live show with guests, local news and a round-up of local music talent. National current affairs and guests TBA. Callers welcome.
02:00

FSRN news 30min, news shorts from local Kansas politics and serial crime dramas from old time radio.
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Pertinent news programs provided from across the worldwide net, music provided by regional musicians and local commentary. Callers welcome between segments and songs.
02:00

Call-in live show with guests, local news and a round-up of local music talent. National current affairs and guests TBA. Callers welcome.
01:59

FSRN news 30min, news shorts from local Kansas politics and serial crime dramas from old time radio.
02:00

Local news shorts, musicians, some old some new, and callers.
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Callers welcome between segments. Liseners who have not hear TUC Radio are in for a treat. The show's producer, Maria Gilardin writes about her show and her calling:"We became independent radio producers before the age of computer... more
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Charles M. Young,from his latest at This Can't Be Happening (dot) net: "I’ve worked in journalism for 35 years. I did graduate study in journalism, I’ve worked as a daily newspaper reporter and I’ve freelanced magazine articles and... more
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Local news shorts, musicians, some old some new, and callers.
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A make-up show for several reasons. Enjoy our programming.

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