Programs

Our programming will consist of both locally produced and nationally syndicated programs. We are affiliating with Pacifica Radio, which offers Democracy Now! and many others. If you're interested in producing a local show, or in selecting nationally available content that would be appropriate to our area, please fill out our volunteer information form.

  • Coverage of the general 2010 election will include recordings of public forums and interviews with candidates. We hope these will be useful to the many who like to hear directly from current and potential officeholders, but are unable to attend these events. Coming soon will be a list of positions and candidates, indicating those we have been able to interview so far, and those who have declined to be interviewed.

  • This program presents recordings of candidate forum events for the 2010 primary elections in our area. Gallatin Community Radio volunteers are not be able to attend all events, but we will be happy to include in this program suitable recordings provided by forum sponsors or others.

  • Bozeman artist Allie Buck illustrates selected reports from the Bozeman Police Department, as summarized in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle. Thanks to the Chronicle and Allie for permission to show these here. Visit Allie's blog for more sketches, and the Chronicle for more police reports, including unedited versions.

  • There are many questions communities face that cannot be resolved with simple decisions, but require ongoing discussion, education, and action. This program is dedicated to providing information about such issues from presentations that might otherwise be lost, as well as collecting perspectives from people who are knowledgable about or affected by them.

  • Democracy now anchorsDemocracy Now! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez. Pioneering the largest public media collaboration in the U.S., Democracy Now! is broadcast on Pacifica, NPR, community, and college radio stations; on public access, PBS, satellite television; and on the internet. DN!’s podcast is one of the most popular on the web. The Democracy Now! homepage has much more information that is carried in the radio broadcast.

  • Interviews and discussions with people from the Gallatin Valley.

  • The Gallatin Historical Society has the mission of preserving and making accessible for study and research, the history of the Gallatin County and southwest Montana through the gathering, study and organizing of available information such as letters, stories, interviews, newspaper or other written reports, photographic images and memorabilia or artifacts. The Society operates the Pioneer Museum, housed in the former county jail on Main Street in Bozeman since 1982. More information can be found at the Pioneer Museum web site, pioneermuseum.org.

    Museum Director John Russell delivered a series of lectures in May 2012 on a variety of topics of special historical interest for the Gallatin Valley.

  • In an election year, political passions and rhetoric tend to run high. Claims are made based on misunderstandings, unintentional or otherwise. Our coverage brings you the statements of candidates and commentators. Agree or not, here you'll find real voices, full context, and a lasting record of what's been said.

  • In an election year, political passions and rhetoric tend to run high. Claims are made based on misunderstandings, unintentional or otherwise. Our coverage brings you the statements of candidates and commentators. Agree or not, here you'll find real voices, full context, and a lasting record of what's been said.

  • Voters residing in the city of Bozeman will be voting for two candidates for the Bozeman City Commission and for the Mayor of Bozeman on Nov. 5, 2013. There is also a county-wide bond issue to fund the Gallatin Community College.