From The Studio

Interviews and performances from inside the KPBX studio. Please click the headline for expanded text and/or audio.

Spokane Public Radio

Verne interviews Pierre-Alain Chevalier, guest conductor with the Coeur d'Alene Symphony. Concerts take place tonight, January 19th, 2018 and January 20th, 2018. 

More information available at Coeur d'Alene Symphony website

Mark Anderson Spokane's Poet Laureate

Jan 19, 2018
Spokane Public Radio

Mark Anderson, Spokane's Poet Laureate, met with Verne in anticipation of the poetry lesson he'll be offering to the public on Wednesday, January 24th, 2017 in Coeur d'Alene.  For more information visit Emerge Coeur d' Alene website

Anderson's poetry can be found in print in two different publications at Spokane's Auntie's Bookstore: 

"Poetry Slam Anthology: Uncensored" 

"Railtown Almanac" 

Spokane poet Chris Cook reads his poem "Goodnight Fred" from his collection Damn Good Cookie, Available at Auntie's Bookstore, Spokane's own, independent bookstore. 

Spokane Public Radio

Heather Parker visits the SPR studio today in anticipation of her recital at First Presbyterian Church in Spokane on Saturday January, 20th, 2018. 

More information available on SPR Community Calendar.

Spokane Public Radio

Today Verne interviews Troy Nickerson, director and two cast members of Spokane Civic Theatre's production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?. Studio guest Mary Starkey plays Martha and Jamie Flanery performs as George. 

Performances take place from January 19th - February 11th.

Thursday - Saturday: 7:30 PM 

Sunday: 2:00 PM

More information available at SPR's Community Arts Calendar