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38958 Cypress Wy

Gualala, Ca 95445

PO Box Clovis, CA 93613

 

707-884-4111

Four Rivers Broadcasting, Inc 100.5 FM

"The voice of the Redwood Coast"

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We have a wide variety of music programming to suit any taste.  Classic rock, blues, oldies, alternative rock, jazz, R&B, soul, rockabilly, classical, Spanish, and community affairs.

 

Schedule:

Monday
Good News Guys 7a-8a
Solid Fuel Sounds 12p-4p
La Caja Musical 6p-9p

Tuesday
Good News Guys 7a-8a
Solid Fuel Sounds 12p-4p
Buttermilk Biscuit Blues 5p-7p

Wendesday
Good News Guys 7a-8a
High Tide Morning Show 8a-12p
Solid Fuel Sounds 12p-4p
Coastal Interviews 6p-7p

Thursday
Good News Guys 7a-8a
High Tide Morning Show 8a-12p
Moon Tune Drive-In 6p-8p

Friday
Good News Guys 7a-8a
High Tide Morning Show 8a-12p
Friday Free Ride 2p-5p
Fun! Fun! Fun! With Frogman Joel 5p-7p
Eight To The Bar With Les Tarr 8p-11p

Saturday
Lost Coast Country Classics 10a-12p
The Lost 45s 12p-2p
Floydian Slip 6p-7p
Saturday Night Train 7p-10p

Sunday
Good News Show 8a-9a
Coastal Interviews 10a-11a
Sunday Morning Classical 11a-1p
Sunday Musical Journey 1p-5p
Commonwealth Club 6p-7p

Daily Features:
The Daily Dose With Doctor Oz
Why Didn't I Think Of That

About Our Programs:

The Good News Guys
Music And Memories Every Morning From 7-8!

High Tide Morning Show - with Andrew Duhl 
Classic Rock, Local News, Weather

Solid Fuel Sounds - with Phil Merrinan
The Notes You Need To Hear

The Buttermilk Biscuit Blues - with Michelle Peyroux Classic And Modern Blues

Coastal Interviews - with Fred Adler
Local Community Affairs

Saturday Night Train - with Fred Adler 
Classic Top 40 Hits From The 50's And 60's

La Caja Musical - with Alfredo Orozco
Traditional And Modern Tunes From South Of The Border

Eight To The Bar - with Les Tarr
Radioactive blues for the tragically hip and twisted, plus music and news from the local blues scene

Floydian Slip -
A weekly radio journey through the history of Pink Floyd

Moon Tune Drive-In
Songs And Dialogue From The Hey-Days Of Drive-In Movies, Trailers, And Ads For The Snack Bar

Friday Free Ride - with Andrew Duhl
Alternative, Indie, and Modern Rock

Fun! Fun! Fun! - with Frogman Joel
Classics From The 50's, 60's And 70's

Lost Coast Country Classics - with Andrew Duhl
Classic Country, pre-1989

The Lost 45s </span></a>
Songs and artists you thought you'd never hear again!

Sunday Good News Show - with Cathleen 
Inspirational Music With A Message

Sunday Morning Classical - with Fred Adler
Classical And Chamber Music From Bach To Vivaldi

Sunday Musical Journey - with Fred Adler
A Little Bit Of Everything

The Commonwealth Club Of California
The nation's longest running public affairs forum

The Daily Dose With Doctor Oz
Health and wellness advice from the world's best known TV doctor.  Every weekday at 10:35am

Why Didn't I Think Of That?
Celebrating inventors and
the entreprenurial spirit.  Weekday mornings at 6:35am

The Tide Community Radio Inc.
38958 Cypress Way
P.O. Box 1557
Gualala, California, 95445

Business:         (707) 884-1000
Studio:                 (707) 884-3000
Fax:                 (707) 884-1229

Email: thetide (at) ktde.com (no direct link, we hate spam)

38958 Cypress Wy

Gualala, CA 95445

707-884-1000 or DJ 884-3000

KGUA 88.3

 KGUA 88.3 FM    GUALALA, CA

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A Brief History of NMRC and KGUA

The Native Media Resource Center (NMRC) was founded in 1997 by Muscogee Tribal member and award winning radio producer Peggy Berryhill. Peggy has been involved with public broadcasting for 38 years. Other founding members are Susan Ruschmeyer, and the late Chris Carty (Aleut). The non-profit organization was formed to create content about Native Americans and to promote racial harmony and cross-cultural understanding. Since its inception, NMRC has been one of the primary content providers of radio programs and documentaries about Native Americans, working in collaboration with such prestigious institutions like the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Koahnic Broadcasting Corporation, Northern California Cultural Communications, Inc. and Native American Public Telecommunications, Inc.

Our Mission

•To provide timely and accurate reports of local and state events, including weather, news and community events
•To offer a forum open to all residents of the area for the discussion of public issues
•To broadcast and produce a diversity of programs designed to educate, entertain and inform
•To reach and engage all voices in our coastal listening area
•To develop programs in a multilingual format in order to serve our Pomo and Latino community members in the languages they speak and understand
•To collaborate on youth projects
•To invite community participation through outreach and training in broadcasting and journalism

interviews

Peggy's Place
Q from CBC
Radio Bilingue

news

KQED California Report
To The Point
The World
Democracy Now
National Native News

music

The Lizzard Lounge
Willie B
Undercurrents
Pig in a Pen
Classical Saturdays

information

Living On Earth
Tech Nation
Exploration
Travel Rick Steves

KGUA • WHERE WE ALL HAVE SO MUCH IN COMMON

 

Since its inception, NMRC has been one of the primary content providers of radio programs and documentaries about Native Americans.

NATIVE STORIES
FOR PUBLIC TELEVISION

Native stories that represent the cultures, experiences and values of American Indians and Alaska Natives.

PUBLIC RADIO
INTERNATIONAL

A distinctive content source for information, insights and cultural experiences essential to living in our diverse, interconnected world.

KOAHNIC BROADCAST
CORPORATION

Koahnic Broadcast Corporation (KBC) is a nonprofit, Alaska Native governed and operated media center located in Anchorage, Alaska.

 

African American Public Radio Consortium

A network of nearly 80 stations deeply invested in including African-American diverse culture and voices in our national media landscape.

RADIO BILINGÜE

Red Nacional de Radio Pública Latina

PACIFICA FOUNDATION
RADIO

Public Radio in the public interest.

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF
COMMUNITY BROADCASTERS

The National Federation of Community Broadcasters (NFCB) is a national alliance of stations, producers, and others committed to community radio

 

 

Our Team

 

Peggy Berryhill

General Manager & Program Host

Award wining journalist with over 45 years in public broadcasting. Peggy loves radio, life on the coast and sharing the stories of our neighbors and friends. She has recently been inducted into the Mvskoke Hall of Fame.

Susan Ruschmeyer

Assistant Manager

Susan Ruschmeyer is the co-founder of the Native Media Resource Center and KGUA. She is a professional land surveyor, running her own business Pacific Land Surveys for the past 20 years.

Willie B

Program Host

The voice of More Music with Willie B, one of the most popular, local programs on KGUA. Willie, a natural-born broadcaster, has worked at all three Gualala radio stations.

Liz Redfield

Program Host

The Lizzard of The Lizzard Lounge, another of our very popular programs which always brings a smile to your face. Join her on Thursday and Monday from 6-8 PM for your “Weekly dose of the Grateful Dead.”

Jeanne Jackson

Mendonoma Sightings

Jeanne is the author of the ICO column, “Mendonoma Sightings”. Hear her every third Thursday of the month on Peggy's place as she shares natural wonders from our coast. mendonomasightings.com

Jodi Smith

Exec. Director Naked Whale Research

Jodi, a behavioral scientist specializing in the life and habits of Orcas, drops by Peggy’s Place each month to talk about the life of our cetacean neighbors. nakedwhaleresearch.org.

Ray Edlund

Program Host

Anchor Bay local, and host of Pig in a Pen for four decades, his deep knowledge of bluegrass and old time music make these encores, many peppered with live performances, fantastic.piginapen.com

De Williams

Programming Assistant

De Williams wears many hats. She's the Programming Assistant at KGUA, IT Coordinator at Mendonoma Time Bank and Park Ranger Assistant at Sonoma County Regional Parks..

Drew Fagan

Contributor

Drew sits in as guest host on Peggy’s Place from time to time. He is an multi-award-winning fine artist represented by galleries both locally and nationally. His work may be seen at drewfagan.com

Eric Wilder

Contributor

Kashaya Pomo graphic, video game and comic artist and KGUA regular. His grandmother was Essie Parrish and his Aunt was the famous basket maker, Mabel McKay. Eric designed the KGUA logo. ericwildergraphics.weebly.com

Our Local Builders

Our thanks to all the local Mendonoma contractors, vendors and businesses who participated in the building of KGUA tower and studio facility. We wouldn't be here without you!

Amerigas Propane • Baker Construction • Bed Rock Inc. • Bishop Electric • Central Valley Cable • Chester Davis Carpenter • Cottage Carpets • Dino Watkins Drywall • Gualala Country Inn • Healdsburg Lumber • Holloway Insurance Agency • Jay Baker Hardware • Jo’s Construction • McBride Painting • Mehl Electric • Mendocino Coast Plumbing • Mike Spencer Tile • Robert Swegle Construction • MD Solar Electric • Nelson Crane Service • Robertson Enterprises • Ruttledge Construction • Sea Cliff Motel • Seefeldt Tree Service

 

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Please Contribute!

We need your support. During the day you can call the station at 707-884-4883 to make a contribution. You can also hit the DONATE button on the home page or simply scroll up to the donate section where you can choose to pay by check or by credit card through PayPal. Please join us and keep the voice of independent radio alive. We receive no government support.
 

Volunteers Wanted

We can always use volunteers to help with a variety of tasks including on air programs. Please call Peggy during the day at 707.884.4883.

Peggy's Place

Interviews

Please listen to Peggy's Place every weekday morning at 9:10 AM for a wide variety of interviews with local, regional and national personalities.

    Peggy's Place

    Peggy's Place Podcasts on Soundcloud

    We post Peggy's Place interviews on SOUNDCLOUD.com! Missed a show? Want to hear Jeanne Jackson's Mendonoma Sightings from March? It's on SOUNDCLOUD. Listen and "like" us on Facebook.

       

       

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      KGUA Public Radio

      Local, listener-supported, public media for the Mendonoma Coast, broadcasting seven days a week from 8 AM until 8 PM.

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