Listen to conversation about Indigenous Peoples Day with the host of Know Your Media, Dr Zac Gershberg and his three guests, Randy'L Teton, Dr. Liz Kickham, and Lethaniel Loley.

The new “I” is 71 feet long and 24 feet wide. / Idaho State University

We speak with Dr. Chuck Peterson, Professor of Biology at Idaho State University.  We’ll be talking about citizen science… ways that everyday people can help record important scientific observations about the natural world. Let’s get involved!

Host Ryan Sargent speaks with ISU’s Director of Brand Management and Trademark Licensing, Ginny Lawrimore in this hour-long episode of Bengal Buzz on KISU-FM.

West Side Players' End of Season Show

Oct 2, 2019

KISU's McKenzie Young speaks to the Director (Jackie Czerepinski), and cast members Romaine (Trina Bonman), and Sir Wilfred Robarts (Roger Freeman) from Westside Player's October show Agatha Christie's "Witness for the Prosecution."

  Constitutional Conversations with Dr. David Gray Adler

Presented by Alturas Institute and KISU-FM Public Radio


Donald Trump and the Law of Impeachment

Thursday, October 3 - Idaho Falls Bennion Student Union 7:00-8:30 pm

Thursday, October 17 - PSUB Salmon River Suite 6:00-7:30 pm


Presidential Powers

We speak with Zach Lockyer, Regional Wildlife Manager at Idaho Fish and Game. We’ll be talking about hunting in Idaho, from elk to forest grouse -- and everything in between.

Our host for Bengal Buzz, Ryan Sargent sits down with ISU aluma Tamberli Woolsey to talk about her recently completed book, P.S. You're It!

For a limited time, pledge $100 to KISU-FM Public Radio, and we’ll thank you with two VIP tickets to Beatles vs Stones! These two VIP tickets are valued at $200.00 and include private meet and greet, photo opportunity, appetizers with cast, Beatles vs. Stones T-shirt, and performance of three songs not on the set list.


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