Friday, September 14, 2012

 for AIRS radio. 
(All times are approximate. Programs subject to change without notice)

4  a.m. - Fit and Focused, exercise programs

6:00 a.m.
Holiday programming

7:00 a.m. -  The World Around Us
M- Pop Science
T- Arkansas Encyclopedia
W- Lighter Side
Th- Smithsonian/National Geographic
F- History

8:00 a.m. - Holiday Programming

9:00 a.m.- Just for You

10 a.m. - Arkansas Potpourri
M- Arkansas Celebrations
T- Arkansas Past
W- Arkansas Traveller
Th- Regional Magazines
F- Arkansas Events

10:30 a.m.- Arkansas Carousel

11:00 a.m. - Smart Consumers.

12 noon -Radio Theater. (repeated at 5 p.m.)
M- Great Books dramatized
T- Radio Audio Theater
W- British Drama
Th- Movies for the Blind
F-  Great Plays

1 p.m - (repeated at 6 p.m.)
M- Hollywood Radio Theater
T- Ford Theater
W- AIRS Radio Players
Th- Intrigue
F- Classics by Request

2 p.m. -Weekly Readers (repeated at 7 p.m.)
M- Animal Friends
T- American Western Stories
W- Heartstrings
Th- Armchair Reader
F- Biographies

3 p.m. - Afternoon Magazine Rack

3:30 p.m. - Arkansas Potpourri
M- Arkansas Celebrations
T- Arkansas Past
W- Arkansas Traveler
Th- Regional Magazines
F- Arkansas Events

4 p.m. - Arkansas Carousel

4:30 p.m. - AIRS kids radio
M- Radio Adventures
T- Arkansas Stories
W- Teenbeat
Th- Little Women
F- Arkansas Drama

8:00 p.m. - News Magazines
M- Time
T- The Week
W- Economist
Th- Newsweek
F- Business Week

9:00 p.m. - The World Around Us

10:00 p.m. - Late Theater
M- Sherlock Holmes
T- Mystery Theater
W- Outlands
Th- Arkansas Millenials
F- Crosstime Cafe

4 a.m. - Fit and Focus
6 a.m. - Children's Programs

10 a.m. - Store Flyers

Noon - Home and Health
6 p.m. - AIRS Family
7 p.m. - Teen Programs

Overnight- repeats of the week's programs.


4 a.m. Fit and Focus
6 a.m. The Man Cave
9 a.m. Sports
10 a.m. Books
11 a.m. - Radio Theater and Weekly Readers

5 p.m. Movies, Old Time Radio, Weekly Readers and Theater

7 p.m. Mysteries

Midnight - Arkansas Latino

Overnight- repeats of the day's programs.

AIRS broadcasts statewide from the R. Lee Reaves Center for Educational Telecommunication in Conway, Arkansas, serving the blind and visually impaired of Arkansas since 1981. A service of the Arkansas Department of Human Services, Division of Services for the Blind. Our broadcasts are intended exclusively for listeners with visual impairment and print disabilities. 
All times are approximate. In order to finish articles or chapters, programs do not always end at exact times. All programs subject to change. AIRS reserves the right to make last minute changes in the schedule.