Sundays from Noon-3pm
The Radio Ranger has been on the Air on KOPN 89.5 FM for the past 21 years hosting a Weekly three hour Music and Info-tainment show featuring: Classic Country, Honky Tonk, Western Cowboy, Western Swing, Folk, New Acoustic, Alternative Country, Rockabilly, Delta Blues, Bluegrass, Tejano, Cajun and Cowboy Poetry.
- Noon Intro
- 12:15 Bob Dyer’s “Oracle of the Turtle” Poems on the I Ching
- 12:30 Tree Time
- 1:00 Critter de Jour
- 1:30 Pure Poetry
- 1:45 Pony Picks
- 2:00 Weed or Wildflower of the week (Mar-Oct), or Winter Wit and Wisdom (Nov-Feb)
- 2:15 Compost Pile by the Muse Across the River
- 2:45 Common Sense Quote
Steve Donofrio & the Pygmy Pony
The Ranger served as KOPN's production and remote broadcast engineer from 1993 to 1996 and Produced - "Where The River Rolls," a live music CD. To celebrate KOPN Radio's 20 years of broadcasting local music. He also engineered and produced the award winning "Classical Trivia" spots that air on KOPN.
The Ranger was the Satellite Coordinator for four NPR live broadcasts of the Grateful Dead on New Year's Eve: 1983/1984, 1984/1985, 1985/1986 plus their Summer Solstice SEVA Benefit concert in Toronto, Canada in June, 1984.
Radio Ranger has been a Free-lance Audio Engineer and Technical Consultant for the past 22 years. For ten years he served as Technical Coordinator for Midwest Radio Theatre Workshop and it's Executive Director for three more years. The Ranger is a Current board member of the National Audio Theatre Festival: www.natf.org.
The Ranger Served on the Missouri Arts Council - Citizen Advisory Media Panel in 1995, 1996 and 1997. Currently the Ranger Works for the Columbia Online Information Network as a technical support specialist.