5-9 a.m. Morning Edition News, the arts, commentary, personalities, business, sports, traffic, and weather are on the breakfast menu. Maria Crockett in the 90.1 studios and Bob Edwards at NPR in Washington anchor this morning magazine, which includes BBC News at 8 a.m. and weekly visits by film critics Tom Shales of The Washington Post and Tom Sabulis of the Dallas Times Herald, as well as political analysts Bill Choyke of The Dallas Morning News and Dave McNeely of the Austin American-Statesman.
9 a.m.-1 p.m. Morning Music David Perez presents classical music with some folk, jazz, and new age. as well as chances to win concert tickets and records on his daily music quiz.
12-1 p.m. National Press Club World-renowned speakers address the national press corps in these live broadcasts from Washington, D.C., on frequent weekdays. Specific speakers and dates are determined too late for publication here, so call 90.1 at 263-3151 for details.
1-4 p.m. Afternoon Music Craig Allen blends folk, blues, classical, jazz, new age, and other musical treats too eclectic to pigeonhole. Stock broker David Johnson phones each day at 2 p.m. to report on the ups and downs of Wall Street.
4-6:30 p.m. All Things Considered Renee Montagne and Robert Siegel host the flagship National Public Radio news magazine program. Insightful commentary and perceptive reporting are the hallmarks of AW, which has won the respect of journalists and listeners nationwide.
6:30-7 p.m. Business Update Frank Settipani of CBS News hosts this nightly American Public Radio report on investment, economic, and financial news.
7-8 p.m. The Evening Talk Show Karen Denard welcomes fascinating guests and listener phone calls in this live forum of thought-provoking and entertaining conversation.
8 p.m.-12 a.m. 90.1 at Night Chris Douridas blends jazz, pop, new age, blues, reggae, and his friendly, welcoming style into a unique mix available nowhere else on the radio dial. On Thursdays Chris hosts his show from Caravan of Dreams in Fort Worth and presents excerpts from live performances there.
12-5 a.m. 90.1 Overnight Meg Fullwood hosts jazz, new age, (folk, and other sounds for the wee hours.
7-10 a.m. Weekend Edition Scon Simon anchors a lively, intriguing three hours of Saturday morning news and features.
10-11 a.m. Saturday Morning Sports Spectacular Norm Hitzges convenes the weekly meeting of the I-Am-Not-a-Jock Club to dispense information, wisdom, predictions, trivia, and fun.
11 a.m.-12 p.m. Car Talk Tom and Ray Magliozzi, the philosopher-kings of the grease pit. provide advice for owners of all manner of vehicles, from jalopies to Jaguars.
12-4 p.m. Afternoon Music Kim Corbet presents an eclectic array of musical sounds.
4-5 p.m. All Things Considered Alex Chadwick and Lynn Neary host the weekend program.
5-6:30 p.m. Good Evening Noah Adams welcomes musicians, story-tellers, comedians, an ingratiating mix of characters, and listeners all across America to his live broadcasts from the World Theater in exciting downtown St. Paul, Minnesota.
6:30-10 p.m. 90.1 at Night Woody Roberts juggles jazz, dances Dixieland, blends blues, and entertainingly eases ethnic ethos into a snappy, smiling Saturday soiree.
10 p.m.-1 a.m. 90.1 at Night Dennis Gonzalez continues the music with contemporary, international, and avant-garde jazz, as well as surprising sounds of our time.
1-6 a.m. 90.1 Overnight Craig Shropshire provides jazz, new age, and electronic “space music” til dawn.
7-10 a.m. Weekend Edition Susan Stamberg, Stef Scaggiari, the Magliozzi brothers, Daniel Schorr, and the staff of National Public Radio provide an easy-going Sunday morning mix of news and features that Charles Kuralt would probably listen to if he could.
10-11 a.m. High Performance Hosted by Andre Previn, this month’s performances include the Los Angeles Philharmonic (2/7), a two-part tribute to Irving Berlin (2/14 and 2/21), and The Chamber Music-Society of Lincoln Center (2/28).
11 a.m.-2 p.m. Classical Music Kim Corbet hosts classical music, including this month’s concert special:
February 7,11 a.m. The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra John Giordano conducts and welcomes piano soloist Dimitris Sgouros. The concert includes Tchaikovsky’s Hamlet, Op. 47 and Serenade for Strings, Op, 48, as well as Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 3 in C.
2-4 p.m. A Prairie Home Companion Some of Garrison Keillor’s best remembered programs from thirteen years of Lake Wobegon archives are back for encore presentations.
4-5 p.m. All Things Considered
5-6 p.m. Monitoradio Monty Haas hosts this program from The Christian Science Monitor
6-7 p.m. Sidran on Record Ben Sidran interviews some- of the world’s best-known jazz artists and reviews new record releases with them.
7-8 p.m. Marian McPartland’s Piano Jazz Marian enjoys conversation and piano ducts with Michel Petrucciani (2/7), Judy Roberts (2/14). Cecil Taylor (2/21). and George Shearing (2/28).
8-11 p.m. BMT Jazz Traditional jazz sounds are the order of the evening with Ira Bernstein. Duane Martin, and Bruce Tater taking turns spinning the hits of yesteryear.
11 p.m.-12 a.m. 4-Queens Jazz Night From Las Vegas This month’s performers are Louis Bellson and the Capp-Pierce Juggernaut Band (2/7), Buster Cooper and Herman Reily (2/14), Ernie Andrews (2/21), and Al Cohn and Carl Fontana (2/28).