KFAI 90.3 FM/106.7 FM

Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN

KFAI is a volunteer-based community radio station that exists to broadcast information, arts and entertainment programming for an audience of diverse racial, social and economic backgrounds.

Today’s Schedule

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    Cruise Control 12:00:00
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    Sound Verite 04:00:00
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    AM Drive 06:00:00
  • Democracy Now Live Now!
    Live now!
  • Conversations with Al McFarlane Listen each Tuesday for stimulating conversations with Al McFarlane and community leaders about issues and events in the Black community and the community at large.
    LIVE @ 1:00 PM
  • Songs of the Soul Jacquie Lady J Maddix is a 28 year veteran broadcaster in radio and television, a vocalist and percussionist who has appeared around Minnesota with her band: "LadyJ Griot @ Her Root Doctors", blending blues history, live music and root wisdom into one expression. Her radio show, Rollin @ Tumblin, is a reflection of her deep roots in blues music and her belief that blue is the color of the soul. Look for her publication "Drawing Down The Blessings" soon to be available. Contact: diamondblue01@msn.com
    LIVE @ 2:00 PM
  • Womenfolk Womenfolk is a weekly radio program highlighting the best in women's folk/acoustic music. It airs every Tuesday from 4-6 pm CST on KFAI 90.3 FM Minneapolis/106.7 FM St. Paul and online at www.kfai.org. Host Ellen Stanley brings the listeners a tasty mix of new music, live music, artist interviews, themed shows and the Twin Cities Women's Calendar--served up fresh every Tuesday for a diverse audience of music fans from around the world.Send comments, questions and requests to us at womenfolkradio@gmail.com
    LIVE @ 4:00 PM
  • Somali Link Radio Local activist Abdirizak Bihi hosts an English language show about the Somali community. Bihi says "I started this show with KFAI Radio to help all of us come together and share culture, music, food, events, and resources, and to break down those little cultural isolations between our communities." Scheduling an English language program about the Somali community has been a goal of KFAI's General Manager, Leah Honsky. "Part of our mission is to increase understanding between peoples and communities," Honsky said. "I know our English speaking audience really wants to have a more complete picture of their East African neighbors, and I hope this program will promote that."
    LIVE @ 6:00 PM
  • Write On! Radio A show that features interviews with local, national and international authors. From poetry to nonfiction, thrillers to literary fiction, we speak with writers of all genres.
    LIVE @ 7:00 PM
  • Bonjour Minnesota Bonjour Minnesota features music and culture from France and francophone countries. Regions of France are explored: Paris and its many styles; southern France and its separate language. Program are often centered on significant dates and special dates are highlighted: Valentine's Day with music about love; Christmas music in December.The program serves the French, francophone and francophile communities. Programs are broadcast in French with English translation. We often hear, "We don't understand French, but we love your program."Have a comment, question or request? Call the studio line during our show when the music is playing at 612-341-0980, email us at bonjourminnesota@gmail.com, visit and like page our Bonjour Minnesota Facebook page or on Twitter @BonjourMinn. You can also download the KFAI App for Android, iPhones and iPad.Caryl interviews English speaking personalities of interest to the French community such as Peter Mayle, author of A Year in Provence.Bonjour Minnesota occasionally has live shows with local musicians such as the Bone Tones' Cajun music and the Café Accordion orchestra, who feature a French repetoire of music.Honoring Georgette Pfannkuch - Founding Producer, Bonjour Minnesota from 1984 - 2008Georgette passed away on September 13, 2008.Georgette reported on events of interest at local institutions as well as visiting artists and personalities. She interviewed personalities passing through the Twin Cities like Paul Renoir, grandson of the painter; Pierre Bensussan, French guitarist of international renown; and, many others.Georgette also took advantage of her travels. She reported on the French influence in St. Petersburg, Russia and music and culture from Senegal in French-speaking Africa.Click here to learn more about Georgette.
    LIVE @ 8:00 PM
  • Spin With Cyn Cyn Collins spins punk, post-punk, indie-rock, psychedelic, garage, funk and more from near and far! Lots of new local, and music over decades. Often hosts live guests from the music community spinning their favorite music and sharing their stories.
    LIVE @ 10:00 PM