KDLL 91.9 FM
pickle hill public broadcasting

Serving Alaska’s Central Kenai Peninsula:
Kenai, Soldotna, Sterling, Clam Gulch, Cooper Landing, Moose Pass, Ninilchik, Nikiski, Salamatof, Cohoe, Kasilof


“Jazz on Ice”, 7-9 pm on Mondays
with Laura Faeo
Jazz on Ice features a variety of contemporary jazz and some oldies, too, as well as anything else that fits, to make a relaxing and harmonious blend. Requests for featured artists are welcomed. Host
Laura Faeo (AKA the Bearwoman) has been a DJ for KDLL for over three years, and has hosted this show since July 2006. She is a local artist, writer, and welder..

“Just Jazz”, 10pm-12am on Mondays
with Britton Anderson

“Pastures of Plenty”, 7-9 pm on Tues
with Cheryl Wickstrom

We explore our American roots through old-time mountain, country, contemporary/ protest folk and bluegrass tunes. The artists selected may be geographically, stylistically and politically diverse, yet all have something to say about who we are. This roots-oriented format gives me the freedom to introduce the listeners to new, innovative acoustic music and then bring them back to the “comfortable as an old flannel shirt standards we love.”

“Radio Aid “, 10-Midnight on Tues
with Gabe Van Zee and Patrick Parker

Photo by Roy Mullin
“Free Spin”, 7-9 pm on Wednesdays
with Roy Mullin

A different rock or blues legend every week with the stories behind the music. Check out Roy’s Free Spin website.

“Radio Justice”, 10pm-12am on Wednesdays
with Robb Justice

Robb features live performances by local musicians.

Photo by Jason Ganwich
“Morning Concert” with ALLEN AUXIER, 9-10 am on Thursdays

From Renaissance dance music to the 21st century, Classical music at it’s best. Symphonies, concertos, chamber music, solos, duos, trios, quartets, even music from the movies–whatever strikes my fancy!

Bill Kent
Photo by Roy Mullin

“Blues Cafe”, 7-9 pm on Thursdays
with Barbara McNinch, Bill Kent, Dave Unruh

Bill Kent has eclectic tastes when it comes to music, yet an inner voice constantly asks for the blues. Born and raised a baby-boomer in the deep south, he was lucky to have been exposed to a wide variety of musical genres, including jazz, country, bluegrass, soul, gospel, and blues, as well as big band swing, top 40, and others he can’t remember.

Bill feels very strongly that every genre of music goes down the blues road at one time or another. As a Blues Café chef, he t ries to play a variety of what he thinks are “Blues” on those nights he is lucky to be your host, and hopes you enjoy listening to this music.

“Foundations to the Future “, 10pm-12am on Thursdays
with Uriah Baalke

“All the Diamonds”, 7:15-9 pm on Fridays
with Vickie Tinker

KDLL’s Friday evening offering of musical gems–mostly acoustic– ranging from blues, to folk, to Celtic, to bluegrass. Some familiar, mostly obscure, but all worth listening to! The focus is often on singer/songwriters who are outside of the musical mainstream. Hear excellent tunes from artists such as Doc Watson, Jesse Winchester, Cheryl Wheeler, Tim O’Brien, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee, and Odetta. (Note: Contrary to an evil, wicked rumor circulating, you will never hear a Neil Diamond song during this show.)

“Hours of Power “, 10-midnight on Fridays
with Britton Anderson

Manson, Zombie, Sabboth, Ministry, Rage…you’ve heard the rumors, the Sunday diatribes against “what the kids listen to”. Now you can hear it too. The only spot on the Friday night radio dial offering heavy metal and alternative R & R. Make your own call—there’s nothing to hear, but fear itself!

Photo by Roy Mullin
“Saturday Night Special”, 7-9 pm Saturdays
with Mary Anderson
Eclectic is the word that describes “SNS”
From Abba, Alabama and Louis Armstrong to Glenn Miller, Bob Marley and John Mellencamp, you’re likely to hear almost every genre of music in this two hour show

“College Vibes 101”, 10pm-12am on Saturdays
with Sarah Shearer, Jordan Oleson, Uriah Baalke

Photo by Roy Mullin
Volunteer Music Librarian
Bill Hatch